Victory in the World Cup leg and one of only four double clears in the Rabat Nations Cup. Shortly said, a really amazing performance from our El Torreo de Muze with Bernardo Alves. The Brazilian team eventually only ended in fourth place, but the only nine-year-old El Torreo showed his enormous potential.
The same goes for Tum Play du Jouas (s. Querlybet Hero). Ridden by Anthony Bourquard, Tum Play equally went double clear in the Nations Cup of Rabat, with the Swiss team finishing in second place. Paolo Adorno and Fer Z.G. (s. Nabab de Rêve) in turn, finished seventh in the World Cup leg and fourth in a 1.45m-class.
Finally, Thierry Goffinet won the GP1*, riding Mojito van de Meiboom (s. Malito de Rêve).
For the second week in a row, Don Juan van de Donkhoeve (s. Bamako de Muze) impressed with his new rider Jessica Springsteen. This time, they finished tenth in the GP4* (1.60m) of St. Tropez.
Dabelle (s. Nabab de Rêve), full sister to our Glock’s London (ex-Carembar de Muze), jumped to fourth place in the GP of Vilamoura with Niels Kersten. Dabelle is also the mother of our stallion Jardy de Muze (s. Gemini xx).
A fourth place was the verdict for Gentiane de la Pomme (s. Shindler de Muze) and Wilm Vermeir in a 1.45m-class at Sentower Park. Firefly W (s. Nabab de Rêve) and Matthew Sampson once more won a 1.40m-class. Noortje vd Windheuvel (s. Farfelu de Muze, Dirk Demeersman) in turn was victorious in the classes for five- and six-year-olds.
In the GP2* of Le Mans, there was a second place for Aymeric de Ponnat. He had saddled his sBs-mare Elize (s. Bamako de Muze) for this task. De Ponnat equally rode another Bamako-daughter into the spotlights. Riding Honeymore WV, he was placed in the classes for seven-year-olds.
The only eight-year-old Guinness (s. Nabab de Rêve) was piloted to the second place of the GP2* in Oliva, ridden by Harry Allen. The duo also finished fifth in a 1.40m-class. Donatella de la Pomme (s. Bamako de Muze) won the GP1* with Charlotte Lebas. The grandmother of this Donatella is Narcotique de Muze II.
One of the very few progeny by Hugh Grant de Muze stood in the spotlights in the classes for young horses in Lithuanian Siauliai. Susan Kaleta and Herrera were three days in a row placed in the classes for six- and seven-year-olds.