Joris de Brabander
|Emerald van 't Ruytershof
||Diamant de Semilly
|La Chica de Muze
Pommerol de Muze Stallionshow 2018
Pommerol de Muze brings together world’s best showjumping genes and was bred out of one of Belgium’s most famous damlines. Ridden by Harrie Smolders, sire Emerald has been one of the most successful showjumpers in the world for many years and was part of the Olympic team in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. In addition, Emerald won numerous CSI5* Grand Prixs and finished in second place in the World Cup Final. Although Emerald did not breed a great number of offspring in his first years, an impressive percentage jumps at international Grand Prix-level. Think of descendants like Igor (Jos Verlooy), Jeunesse van ‘t Paradijs (Lorenzo de Luca), Iluna (Ramiro Quintana), Imerald van ‘t Voorhof (Paul O'Shea), Jaguar vd Berghoeve (Matthew Sampson & Janika Sprunger), etcetera.
Pommerol’s grandsire Kannan has been in the top ranks of the WBFSH Sire Ranking for years and still produces new talents. Further on in Pommerol’s pedigree we find Taran de la Pomme - the son of Tolano van ‘t Riethof who was successful at the highest level with Kevin Staut. Taran de la Pomme is bred out of Ta Belle van Sombeke, so he is the half-brother to Glock’s London (Gerco Schröder) and Golden Hawk (Shane Breen). Then Pommerol’s pedigree goes back to the top stallions Darco, Nabab de Rêve and Chin Chin.
The damline of Pommerol de Muze is what makes him really special. Granddam Caipiranja jumps at 1.60m Grand Prix-level with Canada’s Tiffany Foster and has had some great results at shows like Spruce Meadows, La Coruña, Samorin and Bonheiden. Great-granddam Carrera de Muze jumped at Grand Prix level with Harrie Smolders and Kurt De Clerq and is a direct daughter of the famous Walnut de Muze. Ridden by Harrie Smolders, Walnut de Muze was one of the Netherlands’ best showjumpers and in breeding, Walnut de Muze produced the approved stallions Falaise de Muze and I’m Special de Muze. Then Pommerol’s pedigree goes back to the world-famous mare Qerly Chin, who jumped at the highest level with Christophe Barbeau and then became a world-class broodmare. Estoy Aqui de Muze HDC (Kevin Staut), Iphigeneia de Muze (Gregory Wathelet), Vagabond de la Pomme (Pénélope Leprévost), Go Easy de Muze (Frank Schuttert & Darragh Kenny), Horizon de Regor (Pieter Clemens), Japatero VDM ( Jos Verlooy) and Ensor de Litrange LXII (Lorenzo de Luca) are just a few examples of successful Grand Prix showjumpers out of the damline of Pommerol de Muze.
Pommerol de Muze has been approved by the BWP, where he stood out due to his fantastic technique, reflexes and athletic ability. Under the saddle, Pommerol de Muze keeps on showing off his remarkable talents. With his fantastic pedigree and his own jumping qualities, Pommerol de Muze can be a great asset to breeding.
Pommerol de Muze: Emerald-son out of the world-famous Qerly Chin-line