After several years under the saddle of Ireland’s Darragh Kenny, Go Easy de Muze is retiring from competition at the age of 15. This Vigo d’Arsouilles’ son was trained by Belgian rider Walter Lelie and participated in the 6- and 7-year-old Young Horse World Championships in Lanaken. The gelding then joined the ranks of Frank Schuttert and Jos Lansink, with whom he participated in his first CSI and CSIO level 5* event, before arriving in Darragh Kenny’s stables in 2016.
Go Easy de Muze allowed the Irish rider to compete in his first Nations Cup Final in Barcelona where they secured a Grand Prix victory. They had numerous placings as well, such as when they secured the third step of the podium at the CSIO5* Grand Prix in Falsterbo, victory in the CSI3* Grand Prix in Montpellier, and second place in the Nations Cup in Wellington last year… Darragh Kenny wrote a few words about him on his Instagram account: “We wish you the best retirement Elvis (his stable name) and know it’s well deserved, thank you for everything.”
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