Kasanova wins brilliantly in Valence


Kasanova wins brilliantly in Valence

With exactly one second difference, Koen Vereecke and Kasanova de la Pomme won the GP4* of Valence last weekend. The icing on top of an excellent season in which they were also the best in the Sires of the World. The duo also gained two nice placings in 1.45m classes.

Bamako de Muze also produced other offspring that performed at top level in Valence. With Lector vd Bisschop, Koen Vereecke jumped to ninth place in a 1.45m class. Gudrun Patteet rode Sea Coast Monalisa van 't Paradijs to a third place in the same class. Margriet de Mariposa (s. Nabab de Rêve) and Jérôme Guery took fifth place.

Koen Vereecke also had L'Esmeralda van 't Meulenhof (s. Nabab de Rêve) with him, which he piloted to a fourth place in a 1.50m class. Rene Lopez jumped Cheyenne de la Violle (s. Nabab de Rêve) to second place, also in a 1.50m class. In the two-star competition, we noted a fourth place for Sadri Fegaier on Important de Muze (s. Erco van 't Roosakker).


The leading role in Opglabbeek was reserved for Tristan Guisson on Naturelle vh Legitahof Z (s. Nabab de Rêve). This duo finished third in the GP and fifth in a 1.45m class. Andres Vereecke and Call Me de Muze Z (s. Clarissimo Z) came third in the 1.40m class.


Over to Thermal (USA), where Luigi vd Bisschop (s. Bamako de Muze) stood in the spotlight with Matt Archer. They finished fourth in the 1.45m. Ircos IV (s. Nabab de Rêve) and Karl Cook realised a third place, also in a 1.45m class.


With a fourth place in the GP, the only 8-year-old Do It de Clamens (s. Malito de Rêve) impressed in Barcelona under Brice Grugeon. Jean Alexandre Legras rode Balenciaga du Gandy (s. Nabab de Rêve) to second place in a 1.40m class.


Karlin van 't Vennehof (s. Fantomas de Muze) finished second in the GP4* of Wellington under Shane Sweetnam. Finally, in the GP3* of Oliva, Daniel Meech jumped to fourth place on Hi-5 (s. Nabab de Rêve).

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