Embryo 1 (Di Cantero van ter Hulst x Nabab de Reve)
Sire Di Cantero van ter Hulst Z is only 7 years old but already shows exceptional qualities. Under the saddle of Niels Bruynseels, the stallion emerged as a true powerhouse and last year he gained a third place in the class for 6-year-old stallions during Jumping Mechelen.
Mother Louise van het Dalemhof is a daughter of world sensation Gancia de Muze. Under the saddle of Niels Bruynseels, this bay mare already gained more than 1 million euros in prize money... They won more than 14 international classes including three (!!) five-star Grand Prix's in just as many years. At the start of this year, they took home the prestigious Rolex Grand Prix of 's-Hertogenbosch while they were second in the exclusive CSI5* Grand Prix of Hermès one week later and just three months later they were again the best in the five-star Grand Prix of Knokke!
But Gancia is not the only success from this damline... Half-sister Fréluche de Muze (Vigo d'Arsouilles) also jumped at 1m50 level and ended her sportive career at the age of 9 with a fourth place in the Grand Prix of Vilamoura under the saddle of the Irish Trevor Coyle. Half-brother Homer de Muze (Nabab de Reve) jumps at 1m50 level and recently became third with Doron Kuipers during CSI2* Bonheiden. Half-sister Isolde de Muze (Nabab de Reve) jumped her first World Cup in Bojourishte under the saddle of the Italian Benedetta Ganassini this year and certainly seems ready for the big work. Add Niveau M (Niveau - 1m60 with Alain Jufer), Welldone (Calvados - 1m60 with Talal Humai Alsaady), Gemini (Indoctro - 1m60 with Houmam Al Houli), Zinesse (Guidam - 1m60 with Bhaskar Dasgupta), Washington (Calvados - 1m60 with Semen Shaykevich), Socrates II (Calvados - 1m60 with Martina Meroni) and Cooper (Lord Z - 1m60 with Kullo Kender) to this damline and you know that this embryo will be worth its price!
— Granddaughter/son of Gancia De Muze, winner of the CSI5* Grand Prix’s of ’s Hertogenbosch and Knokke earning more than 1 million euro prize money!