Many things change in the equestrian sport, and they change fast. The mutual international competition is getting keener and keener, which makes quality requirements higher and higher. That's why it is so important to use only the best available breeding material in studfarms. It is of great importance to let young horses grow up in a healthy way and to train them properly in order to make it possible for everyone who's looking for a horse, to find one which meets his or her requirements.
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Glock's London, the phenomenon of Gerco Schroder! Individual Silver at the Olympics in London 2012, winner of the Aachen Nations Cup 2013, Team Gold at the World Equestrian Games in Caen 2014 and countless other vicotries. Bred as Carembar de Muze, son of Nabab de Reve, became phemous as Glock's London!
After his international breakthrough under Philippe Lejeune, Cadeau de Muze was sold to the Irish top rider Denis Lynch. This AES approved stallion is a product of Nabab de Reve and the international GP mare Atlanta (by Almeo).
One of 'our de Muze' references and half brother to our Approved Stallion for BWP Navajo van't Vianahof. Inca Boy van"t Vianahof is a Diamant de Semilly product from the Cash mare Viana van de Kornelis Hoeve. This Cash mare is also mother of the GP horses Dakota and Ghana (v. Vigo d"Arsouilles). Inca Boy performs at the highest level, ridden by Edwina Tops Alexander.
Winner of the CSI5* Grand Prix in Basel, Mechelen and of the Stephex Masters! This daughter of Malito des Reve is the asset for the future for Niels Bruynseels.
Vice World Champion in the 7 year old horses in Lanaken! This Tornedo FCS mare, out of the topmare VDL Groep Eurek who was Dutch Champion in 2014, was sold here as an embryo. Meanwhile, through the stables of Stephan Conter (Stephex) sold to the USA.
The Dutch Champion 2016! Launched under the saddle of Jos Lansink, became Dutch Champion and winner of the Eindhoven Grand Prix under the saddle of Frank Schuttert, now this son of Vigo d'Arsouilles is ridden by the Irish top rider Darragh Kenny.
What a performance at the European Championships in Riesenbeck 2021 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.\r\n
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