Dream Away, 26, dies

Chesapeake City, MD — Dream Away died at the age of 26 on Aug. 18, 2020, at Winbak Farm of Delaware.

Dream Away died at the age of 26 on Aug. 18. Winbak photo.

Dream Away p,2,1:52.2; 3,1:50 ($1,342,071) had 15 wins before retiring from racing to stand at stud. At 2, he won the International Stallion Stake and was second in a Governor’s Cup elimination. At 3, Dream Away won a Bluegrass division, Little Brown Jug elimination, Meadowlands Pace elimination and final, Messenger Stakes elimination, New Jersey Classic elimination, two New Jersey Sire Stakes divisions, and the Progress Pace elimination and final. He was second in an Adios elimination, Messenger Stakes final, Tattersalls Pace and New Jersey Sire Stakes division and final. At 4, Dream Away was second in the Breeders Crown, Classic Series final, and Driscoll Series elimination and final.

After retiring from racing, Dream Away sired multiple stakes winners. Dream Away stood at stud for 21 years and sired sire stakes winners in New Jersey, New York and Delaware. His offspring in North America have earned $39,590,094.

As of Aug. 19, 2020, Dream Away had sired 385 race winners including 117 who have earned at least $100,000. He is the sire of 12 who have earned $500,000 including Monochromatic p,1:50.4f ($869,905), Spring Break p,3,1:50.3z ($787,057), and Handsome Harry p,4,1:51 ($713,486). He also had success as a stallion in the southern hemisphere.

As a broodmare sire, Dream Away has sired the dams of many winners including Christen Me N p,1:49.2f ($2,330,869), Eighteen p,1:49.1f ($910,224), and Spreester p,1:51.2f ($858,872).

The connections of Dream Away would like to thank the breeders, trainers, owners and other supporters who have helped Dream Away be a successful sire. If breeders have questions, they should call 410.885.3059 or email stallions@winbakfarm.com.

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