Jane Richard Philips seems to be in the saddle of a new star in the making thanks to the ten-year-old mare Kenia van 't Laerhof (s. Fantomas de Muze). The duo won a 1.45m class during the World Cup leg in Swiss Basel.
Glock's London (ex-Carembar de Muze, s. Nabab de Rêve) in turn, keeps increasingly confirming his status as a top sire in the making. In Neustadt-Dosse Harm Lahde jumped with Oak Grove's Laith to a third place in the GP. Fil a Fil finished at five in a 1.40m class in Zuidbroek, ridden by Monique van den Broek.
Iceman de Muze (s. Erco van 't Roosakker) continues his streak of last year. With Schuyler Riley, he took fourth place in the GP of the first week of the Wellington Equestrian Festival. Lillie Keenan and Fasther (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles) finished at nine in that same GP.
At the K+K Cup in German Münster, Glosokka took care of the show by finishing fourth in the final of the Youngster Tour with Frederik Knorren. Glosokka descends from Farfelu de Muze.
Finally, In Villeneuve-Loubet, Andrea Herck took a fifth place with Kalvarie van de Zelm (v. Nabab de Rêve) in a 1.45m class.
Coming week will of course be devoted to the second phase of the BWP stallion approvals. Stal de Muze will be present again as usual with a number of young stallions. The stallion competition on Saturday is also highly recommended to see our young stallions at work under saddle. To top it all off, our stallions Bamako de Muze (Ambassador), Kasanova de la Pomme (Elite stallion), Mithras de Regor (Elite stallion) and Kaiser van het Lambroeck (Elite stallion) receive a prestigious award. Feel free to drop by!