Dare to Dream from Dream Boy x De Niro

      Krack C
      Renate Utopia pref prest ster
  Dream Boy
    Resia Elite
Dare to Dream
    De Niro  
    St.Pr.St. Wienerin  

Born: 2018-03-24
Colour: chestnut
Breeding Area: Hanoverian
Breeder: Diane Nauman, Oregon – USA

Dare to Dream – chestnust colt from Dream Boy out of our De Niro – Weltmeyer born in Germany! Chestnut with no white markings! Dam produced the highest scoring Hanoverian colt in Germany in 2015 (5th overall in Lienen at the Deutsches Fohlen Championat), Limited Edition by Livaldon. Sure to follow in his big brother’s footsteps! Mother Deelayla was very successful at competions and has had at 2013 her first foal – a filly from Spörken. His Grandmother is a Hannover Premium Mare. Dare to Dream is a colt for the future – for the sport or as a stallion! He will make your dreams true…

Dream Boy
The first ever son of the popular Vivaldi in the treasured black colour to be licensed in the Netherlands. Dam Resia carries the KWPN elite title and is a daughter of the 5th placed Olympic horse of 2000, Ferro.
He founded his own stallion line from which many Olympic stallions descend, above all the horse of the century Valegro/Charlotte Dujardin.
Great great grandfather, the Trakehner Balzflug by eventing hero Habicht, has 66% thoroughbred blood.
Dream Boy, bronze medal winner at the world championship for 6 year olds and internationally successful with Hans Peter Minderhoud since 2016, is one of the most popular stallions of the Netherlands.
Many of his daughers stand out at mare shows. His movement with much knee action is apparent in his offspring. He already has licensed sons, one of which was the KWPN reserve champion stallion Ierland who tragically died in 2016.
GLOCK’s Dream Boy temporarily not covering.
GLOCK’s Dream Boy is one of four horses representing the Netherlands in the CHIO Rotterdam Nations Cup. This famous Nations Cup tournament also serves as a qualifier for the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon (USA).
As a result of the very positive trend in sporting performance of this ten-year-old KWPN stallion, bred from Vivaldi x Ferro and ridden by GLOCK Rider Hans Peter Minderhoud, the decision has been reached, together with the co-owners, to withdraw GLOCK’s Dream Boy from breeding activities for a while.
The path to the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon begins in Rotterdam and, shortly thereafter, the National Championships in Ermelo are also taken into account for qualification. At the moment this cannot be reconciled with continuous breeding activity and is therefore the reason for the decision to withdraw GLOCK’s Dream Boy temporarily from covering.

is an elegant 17H black daughter of the world’s leading dressage sire, De Niro. She had excellent scores at her German Hanoverian mare inspection at four years of age with an overall score of 7. She then went on to a successful career in sport, winning in classes in both dressage and jumping with her amateur woman rider, who loved her athletic ability, temperament and rideability. A tendon injury ended her performance career early, but she is providing to be a valuable broodmare, due to her outstanding conformation, movement and pedigree. In addition to being a daughter of De Niro, she is from an outstanding mare family. Her dam, SPS Wienerin, a daughter of the immortal Weltmeyer, and her grandmother, SPS Amorette (by the Argentan son, Airport) both have the distinction of earning the title of „States Premium Mare“ (SPS) with the German Hanoverian Verband . This award is based on the 1A prizes they earned at shows, superior mare performance tests under saddle and producing outstanding foals. This title is earned by less than 10% of Hanoverian mares in Germany. Deelayla will follow in their footsteps as outstanding broodmare for our farm.

In 1997, De Niro was vice champion of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf with a score of 141.93 points and champion of rideability with a score of 145.41 points.

  • In 2000, he won Grand Prix dressage tests at the age of seven.
  • In 2001, he won the German Championships of Professional Riders with his rider Dolf-Dietram Keller.
  • In 2002, he won international Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special dressage tests in Saumur and Berlin.
  • In 2003, he was the winner of the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
  • In 2004, De Niro provided the champion stallion Dancier at the licensing in Verden, following two vice champions in previous years.
  • In 2005, De Niro was dam sire of the champion stallion in Verden.
  • In 2006, with 14 descendants at the German Young Horses Championships, De Niro provided the largest contingent.
  • In 2007, De Niro’s son Deveraux became World Champion of the six-year-old dressage horses in Verden. Several of De Niro’s offspring have been victorious in Grand Prix dressage competitions.v
  • In 2008, De Niro was honoured by the Hanoverian Society with the title “Stallion of the Year”.
  • In 2009 De Niro provided two European champions as well as Dablino, the most successful Grand Prix newcomer.
  • In 2010, De Niro was awarded place five of the World Breeding Federation for Sporthorses with 10 internationally successful offspring at Grand Prix-level. His son Dablino won the Team Bronze Medal with rider Anabel Balkenhol in Kentucky at the world championships. Desperados by De Niro and his rider Falk Rosenbauer won the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
  • In 2011 the descendants of De Niro won a total amount of more than 230,000 Euros. The overall amount of prize value of his descendants reached more than 1,000,000 Euros.

More than 70 licensed stallions originate from De Niro. His offspring are sought after everywhere and they are always successful.

this name has become internationally established . Whether Australia, America , Russia and Africa – this stallion knows anyone who is engaged in dressage horse breeding.
The mittelrahmigen fox with the big sourcing surrounding an aura of invincible .

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