Our promising sire Mosito van het Hellehof keeps up the good work. Not only through his own performances, he was three days clear in Knokke with Karline De Brabander, but also via his progeny.
At the regional foal competition in Moerbeke-Waas, he provided two winners. Tess van de Kruishoeve (ds. Fantomas de Muze) won the fourth series for fillies and Thossaro van de Dweerhoeve (ds. Scendro) won the third series for colts.
Vigo d’Arsouilles equally delivered a placed foal in Timora van ‘t Merelsnest. Timora became third in the first series for fillies. Tres Belle van ‘t Lindehof (s. Bamako de Muze) finished third in the second series. In the series for colts, we noted placings for Tamino van de Coninckshoeve (s. Malito de Rêve, third place, second series) and Tornado (s. Perseus de Muze, fourth place, second series). Finally, Te Quiero van het Amzohof (s. Elvis Ter Putte) ended fifth in the third series.
At the Flemish Open Foal Championship, Thelma (s. Elvis Ter Putte) became fourth in the championship for fillies. Tresor de Brandegem (s. Malito de Rêve) landed in fifth place in the colts’ championship.
At Knokke Hippique, Cian O’Connor and Irenice Horta (s. Vigo d’Arsouilles) finished third in a 1.50m-class (5*). Michael Whitaker also stood out thanks to a fifth place on eight-year-old Freud del Cabanon (s. Filou de Muze) in a 1.40m-class. Eleonore Lambilliote and Don Juan van de Donkhoeve (s. Bamako de Muze) finally, grabbed a fifth place in a 1.45m-class in the three star competition.
Monalisa van ‘t Paradijs (s. Bamako de Muze) confirmed her enormous potential in the young horse classes by finishing second in the final for seven-year-olds, ridden by Gudrun Patteet. Another big talent, Melia de Regor (s. Elvis Ter Putte) won a class as well with Gregory Wathelet. Brieanne Dofort and Nanou van het Dennehof (s. Elvis Ter Putte) were three days clear in the classes for six-year-olds.
Dalila de la Pomme (s. Taran de la Pomme) and Evelina Tovek were part of the Scandinavian Vikings-team that won the GCL-leg in Monaco. In the GP, we noted a great double clear for Filou de Muze (s. Stakkato) and Lucia Le Jeune Vizzini, resulting in a sixth place. William Whitaker and Cadeau de Muze (s. Nabab de Rêve) became fourth in a 1.55m-class and Gentiane de la Pomme (s. Shindler de Muze) added a second place over 1.45m to that with Wilm Vermeir.
In the two star competition, there was a second place over 1.40m for Ignace Philips de Vuyst riding Hanna van HD (s. Nabab de Rêve). Giovanni Sapuppo and Kadanz van d’Abelendreef (s. Nabab de Rêve) finished eighth in the GP2*.
The GP of Wiener Neustadt was brightened up by Enanda (s. Nabab de Rêve), who ended sixth together with Italian rider Michol del Signore. This duo also finished second in a 1.45m-class, a class that was won by Kathrin Müller and Felitia DH (s. Querlybet Hero).
In the classes for young horses, there were some excellent performances by on the one hand Incognito Z (s. I’m Special de Muze, Andrija Hrgovic) and I’m Number One Z (s. I’m Special de Muze, Laura Lehner) in the classes for six-year-olds and on the other hand by On Top van het Meerdaalhof (s. Elvis Ter Putte, David Horvath) and Nikita de Rêve, Carina Baudach) in the classes for five-year-olds.
Grand Prix de France
Many two star competitions in France last weekend resulted in a sixth place for Laurent Goffinet on Nimrod de Muze Z (s. Nabab de Rêve) in the GP2* of St. Tropez and in a fifth place for Stephan Lafouge on Bamako II vh Koekoekshof (s. Bamako de Muze) in the GP2* of Royan. Jérôme Gachignard and Great Miracle (s. Shindler de Muze) finished tenth in the same class.
On the other side of the Atlantic, there were competitions at Spruce Meadows and in Tryon. Jadalco (Nabab de Rêve x Exellentia de Muze) gathered several placings in Calgary with American rider Francesca Bolfo. They became fourth and fifth in two 1.45m-competitions. In Tryon, there was a third place for Santiago Lambre on Ibabco (s. Nabab de Rêve) in the GP2*.
Gaetan Stalpaert and Evelien (s. Nabab de Rêve) gained a great third place in the GP of Ghlin. Gilles Thomas and Feromas Van Beek Z (s. Fantomas de Muze) on their turn, made themselves noticed in the young horse classes.
To finish off this week’s overview, we go to Hungary, where Greek rider Alexandros Fourlis jumped to a third place in the GP3*. He had Grandeur (s. Querlybet Hero) under the saddle.