Dream of Glory
- ist für die Zucht anerkannt von Hannover, Oldenburg, Westfalen, Rheinland, Bayern u.a.
- erreichte in der HLP knapp 150 Punkte.
- wurde 1999 auf der PSI zum Hengst des Jahres gekürt.
- hat einen Zuchtwertindex von 164 Punkten.
Dream of Glory died in 2002.
Once again the magic cross of Donnerhall over a Pik Bube mare, but this time with the added dressage dash of Romadour II, sire of the great Rembrandt and grandsire of Rubinstein. Dream of Glory scored 146 points for rideability for his performance test, the best of his year, to finish fourth over all at Medingen (he also confirmed the feelings about Donnerhall´s lack of jumping ability, finishing in 28th place in the jumping test with 93.17). In 1994 he competed in novice and elementary level dressage competitions, and qualified for the 1995 Bundeschampionate. In 2000, he started seven times with Anja Hermelink, gaining four wins and three placings up to Intermediaire level. He was competing Grand Prix before his untimely death.
Dream of Glory was extremely successful as a sire, with numerous representatives at the Bundeschampionate, all showing that Dream of Glory has that most important quality as a sire - he stamps his offspring with his ‘look’, his offspring are seemingly all cute as, good moving and with great rideability. In the FN dressage evaluations for 1999, Dream of Glory lead the younger stallions, with a ranking of 164. In the 1999 competition season, 32 of his progeny placed 124 times at novice, elementary and medium level. His son, Dreamy’s Dream is a Bundeschampionate winner, while Dr Jackson, is a Bundeschampionate reserve champion. Daidalos in a Hanoverian Riding Horse Champion, the South-Hanoverian champion is Daily News and Dream Dancer is Bavarian champion. His daughter Daisy Dee was the top selling horse at the Equitop Verden auction, sold for DM78,000 to the UK, while Doreen topped the Hessen auction at DM55,000.