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Dream wins a World Championship!
Dream at the 1997 World Championship Appaloosa Horse Show, with his trainers, my husband, and Miss Appaloosa America

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The latest news about Dream...

July 2001

Dream wins National Champion in Non-Pro Saddle Seat Pleasure, and then follows that up with a Reserve National Champion in Open Saddle Seat Pleasure!

August 2000

Dream completes the points needed for his ROM in Trail at our first show after Nationals. Not only that, but with that ROM, he also completed a most difficult task - earning the ApHC Supreme Champion Horse award! This is a very difficult award to earn - there are only 29 (now 30) in the history of the ApHC.

July 2000

At the recently-finished National Appaloosa Horse Show, Dream did well in several classes. We were finalists in every class except for Non-Pro Keyhole (drat!), and placed in the top 10 in every class except two. We are especially proud of the 5th place in Non-Pro 35 & Over Showmanship, our highest placing ever in that class (at least at Nationals and Worlds). There were 34 in the class!

In a shocker for many (but not for us), Dream placed 7th of 42 in Open Keyhole Race, with a time of 6.884 seconds!

April 2000

Dream completed his ROM in Keyhole on April 22. He earned the ten points at 4 shows over three weekends!

Dream has earned the ApHC Versatility Champion Award!