Height: 1.70 cm – 16.3 hands
Approved for:KWPN, OLD, HANN, WESTF, RHEIN, BAVAR, DWB, SWB |
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 mother’s father, 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. He already has licensed sons, including the KWPN Reserve Champion stallion Ierland so tragically lost in 2016. Many of his descendants have achieved high point scores at mare shows and licensing events. No fewer than 11 mares represented GLOCK’s Dream Boy at the national mare selection in the Netherlands, with a GLOCK’s Dream Boy daughter being declared a Champion in four provinces and two being declared as Reserve Champions. He also delivered five of his progeny into the top 10 of the VSN Finals.
In 2017, his descendants Ivoli-E and Imagine were Champion and Reserve Champion in the Pavo Cup for four-year-olds. One year later, Imagine won the ranking for five-year-olds. All these successes prove once again that GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. passes his exceptional characteristics on to his descendants. In 2014, GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. won bronze at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses. He is now being presented by his rider, Hans Peter Minderhoud, at Grand Prix level with great success and already took silver in the 2017 Dutch Dressage Championships Small Tour. In 2018, GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. was in the Dutch team that took victory in the Nations Cup of CHIO Rotterdam and, under Hans Peter Minderhoud, took second place in the Grand Prix Special with 73.830 %. In 2018, GLOCK’s Dream Boy N.O.P. made his Championship debut at the 2018 WEG in Tryon.