Hollingrove Dreamtime Black/Brown, 16.3hh, HSB AWHA and Hanoverian Registered
Dream of Glory (Old.)
|Revue Girl II||Pik Bube I|
|HSB Wyuna Mirage||Salute (imp.)||Saluut|
|Springfield Ava||Hanburg Atilla Rex|
|Hanburg Duell Fancy|
HOLLINGROVE DREAMTIME - Is one of only a couple of frozen semen Australian foals sired by the ill-fated black Oldenburg stallion "Dream of Glory", this sensational filly has been eagerly sought after since birth, with several large offers refused. However, it was always our intention to retain a filly for breeding by this fabulous sire, and we are certainly thrilled with how she has turned out, proving to be the one of the best moving horses we have seen either in Australia or in Europe with suspension and cadence "to die for". She has proved our opinion correct by being unbeaten with fabulous scores both times shown.
Dreamtime has produced a stunning black colt by Sirocco (Dec'd). He is beautifully marked with a star and 4 white socks and has fabulous 'uphill' paces. She has since had 2 similar quality colts by Royal Hit and Fidertanz, both of which sold quickly to excellent homes.
Dreamy's 2010 ET foal by the outstanding stallion Royal Oak ll, (who wowed all at 2010 DWTS) has lived up to the best of of this inspirational mating! The filly, Acorn, 2010 Foal page - has exceeded all expectations, which made the decision to return Dreamy to Royal Oak 11, very easy! The resulting 2011 foal is a beautiful black colt and has everything that the most fastidious owner could wish for! Both have sold to excellent homes.
Dreamy has bred us an outstanding, tall bay colt by triple Bundeschampionat (4th place dressage as a 3 & 4yo) finalist Sterntanzer. We expected this cross of some jumping blood would produce an excellent modern sporthorse with a great canter and it certainly did- this colt scored 88.25% and 2nd place nationally on the recent AWHA Tour. His paces were a highlight!
Dreamy and her 2013 colt, Hollingrove Steinbeck
Dreamy has a produced a very typey dark brown filly Hollingrove Faberge by hugely popular sire Furstenball in November 2015 . Already, she looks to have the perfect sport horse assets of her siblings . Dreamy has now been retired to make way for the young mares.