Werly Chin De Muze
Nabab De Reve-Chin Chin-Pachat II
1999 Chestnut BWP Mare
Werly Chin De Muze: International competitor, family and producer.
PROVEN competitor. A successful CSI competitor in Europe, Werly Chin de Muze followed in her famous dam’s footsteps and jumped among Europe’s elite under Richard Davenport of Great Britain and Angelie Von Essen of Sweden. She began her career as a finalist at the Belgian Championship in Gesves at age four and five and qualified for the Young Horse Championship at Lanaken. As a 7-year old, she had top placings in Young Horse classes and made her debut at 1.5m at the CSI 5* in Brussels. A brave and scopey jumper with seemingly unlimited potential, SCF purchased Werly Chin de Muze in December 2008 to become one of the cornerstones of our show jumping team. Unfortunately, shortly after her import, a tragic, non-performance accident resulted in the early retirement of Werly Chin de Muze to our broodmare band.
PROVEN family. Werly Chin’s dam, Qerly Chin, is widely-recognized as perhaps the best mare in all of Belgium. A mother to several internationally competitive progeny, her offspring have already amassed over 1.3 million Euros in winnings. Qerly Chin jumped to Grand Prix and is a winner of CSIO and CSI-W competitions. In 2004, she was ranked 51st on the list of WBFSH jumpers. Among Qerly Chin’s offspring are Eric Lamaze’s former Grand Prix mount, Narcotique de Muze II (by Darco), Ludo Philliparte’s Narcotique de Muze IV (by Quidam de Revel), and the full sisters by Nabab de Reve, who all jumped internationally at the Grand Prix level: Merveille de Muze, Walnut de Muze, Walloon de Muze and Werly Chin de Muze. Qerly Chin is also directly related to nine approved stallions. Through these sons and daughters, QerIy Chin has built a dynasty of internationally proven, recognized and sought after competition horses.
PROVEN producer. With the production power of her mother line behind her, Werly Chin produced a number of foals in Europe via embryo transplant. Two of these progeny, Derly Chin de Muze (by For Pleasure) and Diablesse de Muze (by Baloubet du Rouet) already are successful international competitors. Derly Chin was the Bronze Medalist at the 2009 FEI World Championship at Lanaken, while half-sister Diablesse de Muze finished 19th. In the same year, the two sisters performed equally well at the Belgian Championship in Gesves with Diablesse finishing 2nd and Derly Chin 8th. In both of these prestigious events, Werly Chin was the only dam with two top finishers. In 2010, Derly Chin was purchased for Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist Eric Lamaze. Lamaze and Derly Chin quickly teamed up for two second-place finishes in the $25,000 ATCO Pipeline Cup and the $10,000 Shell Energy Cup 1.4m at the CSI 5* competition at Spruce Meadows.
Werly also produced two sons by ET in 2003. Dansecour de Muze by Diamant de Semilly is ridden by Paolo Mencolini of Italy and is currently competing in the 7-Year Old classes. Likewise, Dartagnan de Muze by Quick Star is competing in the Young Horse classes for British owner Martin Dawes. In 2004, Werly produced Everlychin De La Pomme by Malito De Reve. Everlychin was quick to impress in the ring in the European Young Horse classes. SCF was fortunate enough to purchase this promising young daughter of Werly Chin. She is currently competing in 1.3-1.4m classes. Werly’s final offspring in Europe was her 2005 colt by Calato, Valato des Dames, was purchased at the elite French Fences auction in 2008.
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