The bay son of Langfuhr completed the 1 1/2-mile distance over a "firm" E. P. Taylor Turf Course in 2:28.58, besting Sligovitz by 2 3/4 lengths. Mutuel favourite Solitaire, third in the Queen's Plate, was third, a half-length back.
Schickedanz celebrated his second Breeders', his first coming in 2003 with Wando, who sealed Triple Crown glory with the victory.
For jockey Richard Dos Ramos, it was also Breeders' score number two. It was 22 years ago, in 1986, when he teamed with Carotene to capture the event.
It was the second stakes score for the Ontario-bred Marlang, who won the turf Charlie Barley Stakes on June 21.
"When we finally had the shot (to try grass) in the Charlie Barley, he ran like the way we thought he would," offered Dos Ramos. "He likes to feel his feet rattle underneath him. Going into the first turn, he was enjoying himself. I had a lot left at the top of the stretch."
"He was doing so well," noted England, on her thought process going into the Breeders'. "He worked so well, by himself. It's the last three-year-old stakes for Canadian-breds. So, we said, 'Go for it.'"
The colt headed into Sunday's race off a disappointing third-place finish as the mutuel favourite in the turf Toronto Cup Stakes on July 12 over a "yielding" course.
"We came back in the (Toronto Cup) and it just poured down rain and the turf was soft," said Dos Ramos.
Dos Ramos, who has been aboard Marlang for all his seven career starts, was thrilled to team up with England for the triumph. "Debbie does put me on the nicest horses that she has. For years she has. I appreciate that. This is our biggest win together."
Chantal Sutherland, aboard Sligovitz, was pleased with the effort of the Stronach Stables' colour-bearer, who endured a less than ideal trip down the lane.
"He ran a beautiful race," said Sutherland. "We got to the top of the stretch and Marlang was pulling away. My horse was running extremely well. I hit him one, two, three (times) - and the fourth time I hit him, he went outside. I tried to get him back (by) hitting him right-handed, just to straighten him out. He just kept going. Marlang was pretty strong."
Robert Landry, aboard Solitaire, also had high praise for the James Bond trainee.
"I had a perfect trip," commented Landry. "The fractions were slow and I was right on top of them. I didn't want to take my horse away from his running style, so I couldn't attack as early as maybe I wanted to. (Richard's) horse ran a courageous race. He took off. I just couldn't get to him."
Now a three-time winner, Marlang, who broke his maiden in his three-year-old debut on May 7 at the Toronto oval, also has one third-place finish on his resume.
Marlang returned $20.20, $10.10, $5, combining with Sligovitz ($5.70, $3.50) for a $150.90 exactor. Solitaire ($2.10) rounded out a triactor of $477.80. Fourth-place finisher Cryptonite Kid completed a $1Superfecta worth $2,287.35.