Twilight Masquerade was another good example of an elegant, refined Trakehner sport horse, and competed up to Advanced Medium level in Dressage. She was by the great stallion Ordensglanz, who produced the international Grand prix stallion Glanzlicht and is the sire of the elite stallion Argument, whose Hanoverian son Anthony FRH, for many years, belonged to the top of European dressage horses under Germany's Isabelle Werth. Ordensglanz was approved at Neumünster in 1968, and stood with his breeder and also with the State Stud at Celle. The German Stallion Book provides the following remarks:
"A stallion with great chic and charm. Good face, beautifully formed neck, angled shoulder with well-defined withers; a harmonious body; correct, medium-weight foundation, good movement. Get are typey and of large lines with good movement and sufficient foundations characterised by hardness and dryness."
Twilight Masquerade was the first full Trakehner mare that we owned, and is mother to Godington Tallulah.