On June 5, 2020, Darragh Kenny and Oakland Stables announced the sale of 2008 Belgian Warmblood gelding Important de Muze (Erco Van T Roosakker – Candy, Nabab de Reve).
Photo by Callie Clement/Phelps Media.
Competing for Oakland Stables and previously owned by Ann Thompson, Important de Muze conquered multiple Nations Cup victories with Darragh Kenny and showed consistent success at the 1.60m level. Important de Muze was originally brought up by Vincent Elbers (Germany), then Pieter Clemens (Belgium). He moved from Farnk Schuttert (Netherlands) to Kerry McCahill (USA) and at last arrived with Darragh Kenny (Ireland) in 2017, where the pair found their stride.
The following was announced via the Oakland Stables Instagram account:
“Best of luck to Important de Muze and his new owners! Thankful to have had this talented gelding as a part of the Oakland team, jumping top rounds and Nations Cups with Darragh across the globe. Looking forward to all of his future success with the new owners.”
Though the new owners of this spectacular gelding have not been announced, we wish them the best of luck and many happy rides in the near future.
Go Jumping, and congratulations to Important de Muze’s new owners!