Dream Dancer from Dream Boy x Jazz

 

      Krack C
    Vivaldi
 
      Renate Utopia
  Dream Boy
   
      Ferro
    Resia
 
      Iresia
Dream Dancer
     
      Cocktail
    Jazz  
      Charmante
  Ster Prok IBOP Bostrade
   
      Flemmingh
    Pastrade  
      Astrade

 

Born: 2020-04-14
Colour: Darkbrown
Breeding Area: Hannover
Breeder: Diane Nauman, Oregon – USA

 

Dream Dancer is a very elegent colt with no white marks. He is very easy to handle and has a very good character. His movements are phantastic.
He will be a very good dressage prospect for the future.

Father Dream Boy The year 2020 was that set for the Tokyo Olympic Games and consequently an important year for the sporting career of GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P.
As a result of the cancellation of all important dressage tournaments till further notice along with the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, and because of high levels of demand from many breeders, from Friday 27/03/2020 GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. will once again be available for fresh semen.
GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. brings together the three most important Dutch stallion bloodlines. This long-legged black horse was the first KWPN-licensed son of Vivaldi in this sought-after black colouration who, in turn, embodied the bloodlines of the famous stallions Krack C and Jazz in his ancestry. His damsire, Ferro, is the father of Edward Gal’s famous Olympic horse, GLOCK’s Undercover, and grandfather of the Olympic winner, Valegro. GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. is one of the most popular stallions in the Netherlands.
Many of his descendants have achieved high scores at mare shows and licensing events. He already has several licensed sons, including the KWPN Reserve Champion stallion Ierland so tragically lost in 2016. GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. also delivered the winning stallion at the 2019 Westphalian licensing, sold for 1.9 million euros. Born in 2017, his son Blue Hors Monte Carlo was the premium stallion of the 2020 KWPN stallion licensing, whilst his son Dynamic Dream, also born in 2017, achieved a record price in the Westphalian licensing in Münster in 2020, sold to Helgstrand Dressage for 1.9 million euros. All these successes prove once again that GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. passes his exceptional characteristics on to his offspring.
In 2014 under his rider of that time, Gerdine Maree, GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. won bronze at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses. He is now ridden by Hans Peter Minderhoud at Grand Prix level with great success and is an important member of the Dutch dressage team. They took silver in the 2017 Dutch Dressage Championships Small Tour and, in 2018 and 2019, also took silver in the Big Tour. In both 2018 and 2019, GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. represented the Dutch team at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon (USA) and the European Championships in Rotterdam (NED), where the Dutch team took team silver. It was also in 2019 that this outstanding stallion was ‘FEI horse of the month’ and qualified in April for the FEI World Cup Final in Gothenburg (SWE). He also qualified for the 2020 World Cup finals.

Mother Bostrade is a super awesome darkbrown mare from an outstanding Dutch mother strain. In it, the best Dutch dressage bloodlines unite. She is highly successful in dressage up to Class M. She has a fantastic breeding value of 157! She comes from the Fastrade line and the breeder family 368. Bostrade her full brother Vic is licensed. She is distinguished by her top character, which she also passes on to her foals. She already received a colt by Rousseau in 2012, a filly by Davino V.O.D. And 2016 and 2017 a filly by Guradian S – which has been sold to a renowned stable in the Netherlands. Anky van Grunsven has owned 50% of this outstanding stallion Guardian S! 2019 she got a incredible filly by Fidertanz who was qualified for the German foal champion Chip at Lienen. She was sold to Danmark.

Grandfather Jazz:
This stallion has been leading the Dressage World Cup for years. For many breeding books, he continues to provide phenomenal tournament horses, a large number of licensed stallions and a wealth of fertile broodmares. In 2006 Jazz was voted „KWPN Horse of the Year“. This was only the beginning of the awards for this well-established stallion. In addition to winning the KWPN HOY Award, Jazz also received the Kuer Preferent status, not only for his own Grand Prix appearances, but also for the successes of his offspring. Jazz comes from the legendary Dressurhengst Olympic Cocktail. Olympic Cocktail was in 1995 itself „KWPN stallion of the year“.
Jazz was ridden by World Champion Anky Van Grusven. In 2001 Tineke Bartels debuted in the Grand Prix with jazz. This year they won the „Grand Prix World Cup in Amsterdam“ with 74.65%. In 2002 at „Zwollse Paardendagen“ he reached third place in the „Best Stallion“ category. In addition, was jazz indoor champion at NBVR and excelled at the 2002 Olympic Games in Jerez, Spain. Jazz transmits its qualities to its descendants. This is shown by the results in dressage sport. Its oldest offspring compete on the Prix St. George Plain. He has several licensed sons, including Johnson, Don Juan de Hus, Boston, Wynton, JazzMade, Tango, Don Olymbrio L, Broere Norway, Olivi, Riant, and JazzTime – just to name a few.

Grandmother Pastrade was successful even in dressage tests up to class L and has a breeding value index of 114. She has so far received 12 foals, almost all of which are successful in sport, up to class S. With the stallion Jazz she got the licensed VIC, the full brother to Bostrade. Most of their fillys were awarded the Dutch State Prize or the Elitestute. These mares have already been successfully used in breeding.

Grand-Grandfather Flemmingh:
The Holsteiner stallion Flemmingh by Lacapo-Carneval was licensed in Holland and honored with the high distinction „pref“. This name has gained international acceptance. No matter whether Australia, America, Russia or Africa – this stallion knows everyone who is engaged in dressage horse breeding. On the basis of an old injury, the constitution of the 20-year-old Braunen from the breed of HC Albertsen from Behrendorf had deteriorated so much that the owner, The Dutchman Wiepke van de Lageweg, decided to save him from his suffering. In his stallion performance test in the Netherlands Flemmingh was particularly good jumping. His offspring have, however, mostly appeared on the dressage square. Internationally successful descendants of Flemmingh are, for example, the Grand Prix horse crack C (Anky van Grunsven) and Lingh (formerly under Edward Gal).

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