Belgian Warmblood • Black • 2008 • 171cms
|Emerald||Diamant de Semilly||Le Tot de Semilly|
|Vernise des Cresles|
|Carthina Z||Carthago Z|
|Tanagra S van het Darohof|
|Walnut de Muze||Nabab de Reve||Quidam de Revel|
|Melodie en Fa|
|Querly Chin||Chin Chin|
|Kerly (v. Pacahat II)|
First of all his pedigree: sire Emerald has had countless victories with Harrie Smolders, including the World Cup of Washington in 2015, the Nations Cup of Falsterbo in 2015 and the Nations Cup of Aachen and Gijon in 2013. As a sire, the son of Diamant de Semilly x Carthago also does a great job; his oldest offspring compete already at 1.45m level. I’m Special de Muze’s dam Walnut de Muze has also won a lot all over the world, ridden by Harrie Smolders. Just think of Grand Prix and Nations Cup wins in Madrid, Dublin, Doha, Wellington, Mechelen and Calgary. Ridden by Christophe Barbeau, Granddam Qerly Chin jumped the World Cup final in Milan and was reserve for the Olympic Games in Athens 2004. Afterwards, Qerly Chin turned out one of the best broodmares ever to be in Belgium.
Rider Zoï Snels confirms the great qualities of I’m Special de Muze. “I think he has a 100% score on every aspect: he is top careful, has scope, has a great rideability and has a super attitude. If he continues to develop like this, he is a horse for the future!” In 2013, I’m Special Muze jumped clear in all six rounds of the Belgian Pavo Stallion Competition, in 2015 he won the GMB Competition for six- and seven-year-olds in Drachten and in the same year he won the Showjumping Stallions Class at Indoor Brabant.