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Levis de Muze steals the show at the European Championships

What a performance at the European Championships in Riesenbeck for the only 10-year-old Levis de Muze (Elvis Ter Putte by Heroïne de Muze, s. Tinka's Boy). Under the young Greek rider Ioli Mytilineou he finished among the best twelve. That shows a lot of promise for the future. And of course we cannot forego the fantastic bronze team medal of our stallion Le Blue Diamond van 't Ruytershof under Olivier Philippaerts.

In the side classes (3*) Lubie de l'Elan (s. Querlybet Hero) stood out with Kevin Staut. She finished third in a 1.45m class and eighth in the GP.

Calgary

In the week leading up to the Rolex Grand Slam in Calgary, there was already jumping at five and three star level. In the latter category Louisiana van de Moortelshoeve (s. Bamako de Muze) finished fifth in a 1.45m class and fifth in a 1.40m class. Kara Chad and Firefly W (s. Nabab de Rêve) were second in the GP3*.

Lier

Naturelle vh Legitahof Z (s. Nabab de Rêve) jumped to second place in a 1.45m class at Azelhof under Tristan Guisson. Sister Aurelia Guisson added a fifth place in a 1.40m class with No Limit vh Legita Hof Z (s. Nabab de Rêve). Max Sebrechts and Cacacha vh Schaeck (s. Bamako de Muze) also realised a fifth place at 1.40m level.

Rome

The leading role in Rome was reserved for Guido Franchi and Nayana ADB (s. Nabab de Rêve). The duo won a 1.40m class and finished sixth in the GP2*. In the latter class, Bryan Mascenti piloted his Hero Vigo (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles) to eighth place.

Shongweni

Finally, in South Africa, Kolinko van de Witte Poort attracted our attention. Under Chatan Hendriks this son of Malito de Rêve finished third in the World Cup series (CSI1*).

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