Three new SBS approved stallions


Three new SBS approved stallions

Last weekend, the SBS stallion selection took place. In Gesves, three stallions presented by Stal de Muze received a breeding license.

The first was Uelo de Muze. Uelo is a son of Libero H out of the mare Azuela de Muze (s. Heartbreaker). It makes Uelo a half-brother of our other promising young asset, Tartufo de Muze. Uelo's grandmother is the mare Narcotique de Muze II (s. Darco).

U Special van HD will also be going through life as a licensed stallion from now on. U Special is sired by Special Cera du Maillet. His dam is Calgary winner Candy (s. Nabab de Rêve).

Finally, Umbello de Muze also received a breeding license. Umbello's sire is Vigo d'Arsouilles. His dam listens to the name Ciao Bella vh Merelsnest Z (s. Cornet Obolensky). Granddam is the mare Sara van het Parelshof (s. Voltaire). Sara is dam of HH Carlos and Don VHP Z, among others.

Stallion Competition

Eye-catchers at the third leg of the Belgian Stallion Competition were 4-year-old True Colors de la Linière and 5-year-olds Valentino Boy and Special Star de Corlato. The former jumped clear in the 4-year-olds competition for the third time in a row. The latter two were clear in the 5-year-olds competition for the second time in two participations.


In Vilamoura, Mosito van het Hellehof made himself heard again. Under Bernardo Alves he came third in the GP3*.


Julien Anquetin and Gravity of Greenhill (s. Nabab de Rêve) showed their top form at the World Cup show in Gothenburg. They finished sixth in the GP and also gained second place in a 1.50m class.

Vejer de la Frontera

Sanne Thijssen and Hi There (s. Nabab de Rêve) were the best in a 1.50m class at the Sunshine Tour. Kevin Jochems and Flying Jackie (s. Nabab de Rêve) also won a class at the same level. In a 1.45m class, João Victor Castro jumped to place four on Odin van 't Merelsnest (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles), just ahead of Emiliano Liberati and Aruba Island (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles). Martin Fuchs had saddled Viper Z (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles) for fourth place in a 1.40m class.


A little further afield, in Valencia, George Whitaker provided prize money riding I'm Special Too DHH (s. I'm Special de Muze) in 1.40m-1.45m classes. In the GP2*, Claudia Moore stood out thanks to Jadraque P (s. I'm Special de Muze).

Busto Arsizio

In the GP of Busto Arsizio, Jane Richard jumped to tenth place with Victorio des Grez (s. Nabab de Rêve). In a 1.40m class, she came second on Fouègo de la Closière (s. Nabab de Rêve).


We finish in Royan, France. Here Nicolas Deseuzes rode to victory in a 1.40m class on Five Clairbois (s. Vigo d'Arsouilles).

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