Nice successes for Stal de Muze at the Longines Masters in Paris. Christophe De Brabander won a 1.25m class with Genève de Muze (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles). He also took seventh place with L'Hermes de Muze (s. Elvis Ter Putte) in another 1.25m class.
Karline was also present in Paris. Riding Fantomas de Muze (s. Sandro Boy), she took twelfth place in the GP2* with just the one penalty for exceeding the time allowed. With Fantomas' half-brother Lector vd Bisschop (s. Bamako de Muze) she became fifth in the Six Bars.
Important de Muze (s. Erco van 't Roosakker) as well as Dabelle (s. Nabab de Rêve), dam of Jardy de Muze (s. Gemini xx), won the Riders Cup with Darragh Kenny and the European team. With Dabelle, Kenny also finished fifth in a Table C (1.50m).
Finally, in the GP, Steve Guerdat made his first appearance at five-star level with Tum Play du Jouas (s. Querlybet Hero). A quick four faults, earned them a ninth place in the final ranking.
Double victory for Stal de Muze at the Asian Games in Pattaya, Thailand. Heroine de Muze (s. Tinka's Boy) jumped to individual and team gold with Japanese rider Taizo Sugitani.
Gentiane de la Pomme (s. Shindler de Muze) and Wilm Vermeir made quite the impression in Austrian Salzburg. The duo nested themselves in second place in a class 1.50m. William Whitaker also showed great things with his Cadeau de Muze (s. Nabab de Rêve). They finished fourth over 1.55m and ninth in the final GP.
In the GPU25 the silver went to Giulia Levi. She rode the thirteen-year-old Van Dutch Z (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles).
Cordula de Laubry honoured her reputation as an absolute top mare this weekend. Not only Fantomas de Muze and Lector vd Bishop shone brightly, their half-brother Global (s. Nabab de Rêve) equally made himself noticed. With Christian Weier, he became second in the GP of Opglabbeek.
In Barcelona, Olivier Robert finished fourth in a 1.40m class with Eros (s. Querlybet Hero). Another class at the same height, resulted in a second place for Jérôme Gachignard and Great Miracle (s. Shindler de Muze). In the GP2* finally, Mathilda Figarella finished at nine with Nic Nac Z (s. Nabab de Rêve).