WC & BC
Busy weekend ahead at the World Championships in Lanaken, where El Torreo de Muze (f. Taran de la Pomme) and Bernardo Alves will participate in the Sires of the World. Karline De Brabander on her turn will start L’Hermes de Muze (f. Elvis ter Putte) and Lector vd Bisschop (f. Bamako de Muze) in the World Championships for seven-year-olds. Finally, she will ride Fantomas de Muze in the Belgian Championships.
USA & Canada
Glasgow de Muze (f. Andiamo Z) excelled in the American city Saugerties. With Jimmy Torano, he became third in a 1.50m-class and ninth in the GP5*. A little more northward, in Calgary, the Canadian team, including Ian Millar and Dixson (f. Vigo d’Arsouilles), finished second in the Nations Cup on their home soil.
Sommersted & Lier
In Danish Sommersted, there was a new kid on the block. F.Las Vegas (f. Glock’s London) jumped to a sixth place in the GP with Swedish rider Andrea Persson. London’s offspring are really starting to show off their skills at the international level. Equally eight years of age is Fasther (f. Vigo d’Arsouilles), who finished sixth in a GP as well, but this time in Lier (ridden by Bas Moerings).
Foro Galico, Roma
Dieudonne de Guldenboom (f. Nabab de Rêve) and Ignace Philips impressed in Rome by winning a 1.40m-class in the two-star-competition. The same height, but a different result in Kronenberg, where Kenia van ‘t Laerhof (f. Fantomas de Muze) and Hans Van Laer became fifth.
Gladiator-P (f. Nabab de Rêve) was once more omnipresent in the young horse classes in Amman. With two victories and a fourth place, he performed exceptionally with Sara Hussein Saleh Al Armouti. Lord de Muze (f. Nabab de Rêve, Mathieu Billot) and Le Coultre de Muze (f. Presley Boy, Philippe Rozier) jumped into the spotlights in the classes for seven-year-olds in Chazey sur Ain. Nirvana de la Pomme (f. Elvis ter Putte) and Michaela Jeskova placed themselves three times in Pezinok. Finally, in Lier, Bas Moerings rode Hastha (f. Vigo d’Arsouilles) and Jelle Limbourg rode Natil (f. Bamako de Muze) in the classes for respectively six- and five-year-old horses to some fine placings.