Palm Beach Masters
The Qerly Chin damline delivers top class jumping horses. That was already established in Belgium, but it seems that the same is happening in the US. At the Palm Beach Masters one of the younger disciples excelled. The only nine-year-old, American bred, Kirschwasser SCF (f. Amaretto d’Arco) won the GP ridden by Irish rider Shane Sweetnam. Kirschwasser’s mother was named Werly Chin de Muze when she was born with us. This makes Kirschwasser half-brother to among others Diablesse de Muze and Derly Chin de Muze. Werly Chin on her turn is by Nabab de Rêve and Qerly Chin.
At the IICH in Zuidbroek also delivered some fine results. Eight-year-old Lely vd Bisschop (f. Elvis Ter Putte) and Sabrina Van Rijswijk showed their potential for the first time by finishing fifth in a 1.40m-class. Lely’s mother is full-sister to our stallion Vigo d’Arsouilles. Michael Korompis and Diamond Pleasure (f. Glock’s London, ex-Carembar de Muze) also performed well by ending ex-aequo second in the Six Bars.
In the Middle-East the young Nabab de Rêve-offspring showed their class once more. Nice Girl de Muze Z became fourth in the final for six- and seven-year-olds with Abdel Said. Mohd Osama El Borai and Hannah-Gold ended fifth in the same class. Finally, in one of the qualifiers for six- and seven-year-olds horses, Midnight van ‘t Merelsnest and Frederic David finished fourth.