Benetton Dream FRH 1301
”The first time I saw him live was in Isernhagen when he was still a young horse and I can still remember how impressed I was with his presence and movement.”
— Isabell Werth
Lövsta Stuteri AB
A brief story of
Benetton Dream FRH is a popular sire of talented upcoming horses ridden by top international dressage riders. Having proven to pass on his talent to his offspring Benetton Dream FRH has been awarded high breeding ratings.
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Benetton Dream won the Bundeschampionat as a three-year-old with 10.0 (walk), 9.5 (trot) and 9.5 (canter), Exterior (9.0) and the overall impression (9.5). He also won his 30-day test in Schlieckau 2007 (dressage 9.3 and a total of 8.52).
During 2014, Benetton Dream competed seven times nationally up to Grand Prix level, with only victories! The year ended winning the Lövsta Future Challenge during the Stockholm International Horse Show. In the first quarter of 2015 he started six Grand Prix classes in Wellington, four of which resulted in over 70% points. During 2016 Benetton Dream had a good breeding season while at the same time being very successful in the show ring. He spent the winter season in Wellington, where he was awarded over 70% at both Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special level. Followed by successfully competing in the CDI3* class in Rotterdam. Under fierce competition, despite his young age, he secured a fourth place. In February 2018, Benetton Dream FRH won his first start of the season in the Grand Prix in Wellington with 72.935%.
Benetton Dream has many highly rated offspring in Germany, several topping the foal and young horse auction prices. Benetton Dream is the sire to eight approved stallions, the most well-known being DSP Belantis. He was placed fourth at the 2014 World Championships for young horses with 9.26 points, and 2015 silver medalist with the final score of 9.5. DSP Belantis has been successfully competed by Isabelle Werth since 2016. During the German Masters in Stuttgart DSP Belantis took the title “Masters Stallion” of the year 2017 and was placed in Advanced level dressage during the “Horses & Dreams 2018” meeting in Hagen, Germany. DSP Belantis has many successful offspring including several approved sons. One as a 4-year old qualified in 2017 to the Bundeschampionat. While another of his approved sons won the Oldenburg licensing performance test in 2017 and was acquired by Lövsta Stuteri at the proceeding auction.
One of Benetton Dream’s grandsons, Don Martillo won the World Championships for five-year-old dressage horses in 2017. Atterupgaard Botticelli (by Benetton Dream) won the semi-final of the World Championship for young horses in dressage 2017 and then became second in the Danish Young Horse Championship, with extremely high scores for gaits and rideability. Atterupgaards Botticelli again participated in the finals of World Championships for young dressage horses in 2018 with high and consistent points for his gaits. He was sold in the fall of 2018 to the Grand Prix rider Charlotte Jorst (USA) as a future star. That same fall, Hubertus Schmidt bought Bojing, an eight-year-old small-tour-horse (Benetton Dream FRH – Wie Weltmeyer). Bojing trained by David Collins (based at Centerline Stables, New York) has been competing up the dressage levels.
Bon Amour 4 (by Benetton Dream FRH) became reserve Bundeschampion for six-year-olds 2018.
Benetton Dream FRH is the sire to Bon Coeur 1389, who you can read more about here.
Brentano II is one of the top ten progenitors of dressage horses and together with Rubinstein and Donnerhall guarantee’s high rideability, characteristics and good gaits. The dam line has been prestigious for many generations. The dam Rotkäppchen is registered in the Hanoverian studbook. Granddam Dornröschen has produced an offspring with placements up to Intermediaire II. The third-generation dam Sangrita has produced an approved son.
Benetton Dream is approved in SWB, Hannover, Oldenburg, Westfahlen, Rheinland and South German federations.
Horses who carries “FRH” as a prefix or suffix to their name is a very special group of horses. They are judged by “The Association for the Promotion of Hannoverian Horse in Equestrian Sport” (Hannover Society) as exceptionally talented for breeding and sports.
Benetton Dream FRH stallion show 2021
Benetton Dream FRH in Rotterdam