N.O.P. also secures GLOCK’s Dream Boy
Three weeks after the announcement that the talented dressage stallion Expression (Diederik van Silfhout) and the experienced eventer ACSI Peter Parker (Alice Naber-Lozeman) were secured by the Dutch Olympic Horse Foundation (N.O.P.) it is now announced that GLOCK’s Dream Boy is added to the list. The mount of dressage rider Hans Peter Minderhoud is secured with eye on the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020.
N.O.P.-chair Ieko Sevinga explains: “GLOCK’s Dream Boy is only ten years old, but made a strong international debut in april. Ridden by Hans Peter Minderhoud, GLOCK’s Dream Boy is member of the Olympic squat since July after the pair made their mark during the Nations Cup competition in Rotterdam what made that National dressage trainer Rien van der Schaft selected him for the team that will compete for the Netherlands at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon in September. In July, the pair won the silver medal at the National championships. GLOCK’s Dream Boy is a real promising horse.”
The Dutch Olympic committee, NOC*NSF makes a financial contribution to the N.O.P. foundation. There are now eleven top sport horses secured by the Dutch Olympic Horse Foundation (N.O.P)