Nabab’s offspring showed their true qualities once more in the GP5* of Waregem. Fifth place went to Gilles Thomas on Konak and sixth place was reserved for James Wilson on our breeding products Imagine de Muze.
1.40m-classes and Firefly W (s. Nabab de Rêve), it is a match made in heaven. Ridden by Matthew Sampson, the stallion grabbed another victory, this time in Waregem. Tresor d’Arsouilles (s. Taran de la Pomme) and Joris Vergauwen became fourth in the same class. Karline and Lector vd Bisschop were equally double clear in this class and finished as number eleven.
Karline also performed well with Fantomas de Muze. The duo realized a double clear round and were placed eighth.
In the classes for young horses finally, we noted a fifth place for Jérôme Guery on Great Britain V (s. Nabab de Rêve) in the final for seven-year-olds (1.45m).
GCT/GCL New York
The final of the GCT/GCL settled for the second year in a row in New York. Gancia de Muze (s. Malito de Rêve) performed once more excellently and finished tenth in the GP and third in the GCL with the Prague Lions, of course ridden by Niels Bruynseels. Virginia Ingram stood out In the two star side classes by becoming eighth in the GP riding Figeac de Rêve (s. Malito de Rêve).
Once more bingo for Werner Muff and Jolie van het Molenhof (s. Nabab de Rêve), this time in St. Tropez. They took home two fifth places in 1.45m-classes. Vino Z (s. Vigo d’Arsouilles) and Robin Muhr in turn finished fifth over 1.40m.
Le Coultre de Muze (s. Presley Boy) equally impressed with a double clear round resulting in a fourth place in the GP2*. Le Coultre is ridden by Philippe Rozier.
Our only eight-year-old breeding product Plato de Muze Z (by Plot Blue out of Iphigeneia de Muze) showed his potential by becoming second in a 1.45m-class with Arnaud Gaublomme. Ann-Sophie De Reviere added a fifth place over 1.40m to that with Jade van het Groene Dak (s. Nabab de Rêve). Francisco Rocha and Lanzarote de Muze (s. Clinton) jumped to a great seventh place in the GP2*.
In the young horse classes, Hanne Mertens and Orvieto di Fer (by Elvis Ter Putte out of Ferly de Muze) performed well in the five-year-olds classes, as did British rider Abbe Burchmore-Eames on Justify (s. I’m Special de Muze). Anneliese Präg and Elle Flip de Muze Z (s. Elvis Ter Putte) jumped great in the classes for seven-year-olds, equally did Odile Gierech on Geisha des Sequoias (s. Bamako de Muze) and Arnaud Gaublomme on Mara vd Bisschop (s. Elvis Ter Putte).
French Canteleu proved to be a good environment for Honeymore WV (s. Bamako de Muze), ridden by Aymeric de Ponnat. We noted only clear rounds for this duo in the seven-year-olds classes. The same goes for Nicole Pavitt on Gisele d’Ecaussinnes (s. Nabab de Rêve). Portuguese rider Duarte Romao had two clear rounds on the boards with Calvin de Beaufour (s. Nabab de Rêve). In the classes for six-year-olds, the headlights were for Tony Hanquinquant on Donatella du Barquet (s. Nabab de Rêve).
Alice Laine and Emerald Sitte (s. Nabab de Rêve) jumped to victory in the Nations Cup for Juniors in Opglabbeek. The duo equally became individually second over 1.40m.
In the Nations Cup qualifier for Young Riders, the Belgian team became second with among them Claire Putters on Copain de Muze (s. Bamako de Muze). In the Nations Cup itself, the Belgian team ended fourth.
Flying Girl (s. Querlybet Hero) and Simone Buhofer jumped to a third place in Italian Gorla Minore. They did that in a 1.45m-class. WFH Elodice van het Hellehof (s. Querlybet Hero) grabbed two fifth placings in the World Cup Qualifier of São Paulo. Tomas Podolsy Rossilho was the rider in the 1.50m-class and the World Cup Qualifier itself.