Darragh Kenny suddenly sees four of his top horses move out his stables. It are Harry Charles, Lilly Keenan and Brian Moggre who'll be taking over the reins of Ann Thompson's talented horses. Harry Charles welcomes Romeo 88 (Contact vd Heffinck) and Gelano (Eldorado vd Zeshoek). Romeo 88 was also before competed by Jeroen Dubbeldam and Annelies Vorsselmans.
For Charles the support of Ann Thompson means he can start focussing more on the sport.
Lillie Keenan takes over the reins of the 7-year-old Delta de la Rasse (Scendix). Kenny's super-horse, Balou du Reventon moves to the stables of Brian Moggre. The Cornet Obolensky-son jumped up to the highest level with Kenny. "I never expected to be able to compete a horse with such qualities," states Moggre.