This filly is an excellent dressage or hunter/jumper prospect with 3 good gaits, a terrific temperament and willing disposition. Her canter is her stand out gait, uphill, round with good joint flexion and ability to carry. Not only does she have performance in the top and bottom of her pedigree, she has top bloodlines to breed in the future! Her full siblings have been stallion prospects and elite foals for the GOV, with the 2 oldest (3 and 5) going incredibly well under saddle with his GP rider. She will be WFSS negative, both sire and dam are negative.
Her Sire, Dream Boy N.O.P. 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, GLOCKs 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.
GLOCKs 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 Gals famous Olympic horse, GLOCKs Undercover, and grandfather of the Olympic winner, Valegro. GLOCKs Dream Boy N.O.P. is one of the most popular stallions in the Netherlands.
Included is board for the mare and foal until weaning at 6 months, all standard care, farrier work, vaccinations, worming, etc. until 6 months of age, presentation and preparation for the German Oldenburg Verband inspection and registration.