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Dream Boy

  • KWPN
  • black
  • *2008
  • 173 cm
Stud fee: 300 euros due immediately| + 1450 euros if pregnant by August 15th | plus VAT Location: Netherlands
Breeder: T.J.M. Coomans, Niederlande
Vivaldi
Resia
Krack C
Renate-Utopia
Ferro
Iresia
Flemmingh
Gicara II
Jazz
Darla Utopia
Ulft
Brenda
Balzflug
Caresia
Lacapo
Texas
Beaujolais
Baccara
Cocktail
Charmante
Ulft
Warla-Utopia
Le Mexico
Pia
Farn
Upianne
Habicht
Balzjagd
Blanc Rivage xx
Wafresia

Description

Dream Boy - the guarantee of success in breeding and sport

The list of Dream Boy's successes is long. With Hans Peter Minderhoud, he competed at two European Championships, one World Championship, the Olympic Games in Tokyo and the 2019 World Cup Final in Gothenburg. They won team silver at the European Championships in Rotterdam. 
At the Dutch Dressage Championships, they won the silver medal three times in a row

As a six-year-old, he won the bronze medal at the World Championships for Young Horses under the saddle of Gerdine Maree.

Hans Peter Minderhoud says: "Dreamy is a sensational stallion who has delivered consistently over so many years in so many championships. I started riding him when he was seven years old and I am very happy that he is now going into his well-deserved retirement in really good health. He can enjoy it - standing in stud, light exercise under saddle and being out in our pastures all day."

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Origin

Dream Boy is one of the best licensed offspring of the proven sire Vivaldi, who produced more than 60 licensed sons and is building up his own stallion line worldwide with grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Vivaldi is right at the top of the world ranking list of successful dressage sires. 

His dam, the elite Prestatie mare Resia, produced Dream Boy as well as the horses Wanted (by San Remo) and Holland TC (by Charmeur), both of whom compete at Prix St. George level. Her grandson Hummer (by Charmeur) also competes at Prix St. George level and took part in the 2020 European Young Rider Championships. Resia is by the Olympic stallion and proven sire Ferro. Ferro is the sire of Edward Gal's famous Olympic horse Undercover and grandsire of Olympic champion Valegro.

The dam line of Dream Boy produced the multiple champion Kremlin MD (by Governor) and many successful dressage horses.

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Semen order

semen order

Licensed for

Oldenburg, Hanover, KWPN, Denmark, Sweden southern German associations, other breeding associations on demand

WFFS negative

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Offspring

Dream Boy is one of the top sires in Dutch warmblood breeding and already has several licensed sons and award-winning daughters.

These include the KWPN stallion Kane (Dream Boy x Krack C), who impressed with an overall score of 8.25 at the stallion performance test in February 2020. During the sport test in Verden, he received the dream score of 9.09 with a 10 for rideability.

Dream Boy produced the champion stallion at the 2019 Westphalian licensing and sold for 1.9 million euros.

With Dutch Dream, Dream Boy sired the third-placed in the Pavo Cup for four-year-old dressage horses, and with Ostara ST-J he produced the winner of the 2022 KWPN Mare Championships.

Daughter Magna Charta (Dream Boy - Sir Oldenburg) was Dutch Mare Champion in 2020. 

Blue Horse Monte Carlo TC was performance test winner and premium stallion and won the bronze medal at the Danish Young Horse Championships, including with a 9.0 for canter and ability.

Six of his offspring are already international Grand Prix horses.  One of them is Iago (Dream Boy x Jazz), who has been placed several times at Grand Prix level under Liesbeth Geven, and the gelding Holiday, who has already had several successes at Grand Prix level and forms a promising pair with his rider Gerdine Maree.

Other notable offspring include Just A Dream, with whom Kimberley Pap won the silver medal in the final of the U25 KNHS-Roelofsen Horse Trucks, and the stallion Mercurius ACM (Dream Boy x Gribaldi), who won the Subli Cup in 2022 with 91.6 points and was the performance winner of the NRPS performance test in January 2023 with 90.67 points.

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