The picture is complete in Orleans Van De Kruishoeve. The dark brown son of Fantomas de Muze combines a top pedigree with excellent qualities. A feast for the eyes and a wonder of movement. To put it with the words owners Jan Vermeiren and Ludo Philippaerts: "This horse has an incredible balance and canter." As a result, he shows quality and the same ability as his father on the jump.
Father Fantomas de Muze jumped over two meters with Karline De Brabander countless times, was part of the Belgian team and won the Sires of the World in Lanaken. Fantomas is a son of
Sandro Boy (Marcus Ehning). Orleans ’similarities with his legendary grandfather are typical. By the way, both the father line and the mother line of Orleans put the BWP studbook on the map. Sire Fantomas de Muze comes from the For Pleasure mare Cordula de Laubry and goes back to the famous tribe of Nikita de Laubry.
Mother Jeanne d’Arc from the Kruishoeve was fourth in the standings of the Cycle for Young Horses when she was sold to Axel Verlooy. After a series of clear rounds, she was resold to Pius Schwizer. Even as a seven-year-old, the mare jumped six clear rounds of 1.40m in the Spanish Mijas under the saddle of Florence Schwizer-Seydoux. She was immediately re-exported to France, from where she continued her international career. She recently achieved third place in the Valencia Grand Prix (ESP) 1.45m
From the same line come, among others, the international show jumpers Dream of Glorie from the Kruishoeve (Fritz Fervers), Beach Girl vh Koekoekshof Z (Stefan Corten), Beau-Rêve from the Kruishoeve Z (Karel Cox), Figo from the Kruishoeve (Nicola Philippaerts), Evita from the Kruishoeve Z (Ivo Biessen), Grafitti from the Kruishoeve (Albert Voorn) and Indian Gold from the Kruishoeve (Baptiste Couperie).