Dayana Mouche (Utrillo Vd Heffinck, Bwp x Alba Castleforte by Diamant de Semilly Photo: Eric Fournier

Egerie d'Isigny (Kannan, Kwpn x Miloust d'Isigny by Dollar du Murier), full sister of Paille de la Roque who won 2015 World Cup Final in Las Vegas with Steve Guerdat, dominates the national championship for 2 years old young mares in Fontainebleau. She had top marks of 16.09/20 with the second placedEsperanza de Kogis (Diamant de Semilly x Ephèbe For Ever) marked at 16.04. Egerie's breeder is  Christophe Sireuil in Brittany. He is a friend of Christian Hermon's Normand family who have many successes with their "d'Isigny" bloodline. Egerie comes from a bloodline in which you can find Priam d'Isigny, a succesfull jumper with Jean Le Monze and a bit further in the pedigree Starleterre de la Roque performing in three stars shows with Eduard Levy. There were 34 young mares in this category.

Egerie d'Isigny (Kannan, Kwpn x Miloust d'Isigny by Dollar du Murier) Photo: Eric Fournier
Egerie d'Isigny (Kannan, Kwpn x Miloust d'Isigny by Dollar du Murier) Photo: Eric Fournier

Dayana Mouche (Utrillo Vd Heffinck, Bwp x Alba Castleforte by Diamant de Semilly) is the best in 3 years old category among 43 mares. Noted  17.39/20 she belongs to well know normand stud farm GAEC de la Mouche. Its conformation produced great sensation and Dayana moved with nice activity. She jumped with fantastic abilities. Her bloodline is not so young but shows a huge quantity of good jumpers coming from Jesabelle d'Elle from Pignolet's family. -  Eric Fournier