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 the 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.
Starring at the Bundeschampionate - Dreamy's Dream
The 2003 Hannoverian Stallion book records that Dream of Glory had produced 152 dressage competitors for 1191 placings, with 3 competitors at S level. On the FN rankings he had a dressage index of 145 and a jumping index of 81. He was 14th in the Hannoverian dressage stallion standings for the year.