Dream Street Stallion, Starlight, swept the top honors for a breeding stallion at the United States Dressage Federation’s annual awards banquet in Orlando, Fla., last week. Starlight was awarded the USDF All-Breeds Dressage Sport Horse Breeding “Horse Of The Year.” The 7-year-old black Oldenburg stallion is owned and shown by Rick Silvia of Dream Street Stallions. Silvia was also informed that Starlight’s score was the highest median score ever recorded. Silvia was awarded both a perpetual trophy and a bronze statue for the win. Both prizes will be kept on display in the USDF Hall of Fame in Kentucky, along with a photo of Starlight in honor of his accomplishments.
Three years ago Silvia formed his “Dream Street Stallions” to offer some of the most sought after European dressage bloodlines in the United States. He imported a few exceptional stallions, including Starlight who offers a unique combination of two highly sought after European lines, Sandro Hit, Corduer and Argentinus. Silvia stands the stallions at his Dream Street Stallions farm in Wellington, Fla., shows them on the East Coast dressage circuit and actively promotes them at expositions and symposiums.
For more information about Starlight, visit www.dreamstreetstallions.com.