The 14-year-old Equador is in ownership of Al Asayl. David will still competed Baloussini (f. Baloubet du Rouet) and Saxo de la Roque (f. Capital) for Al Asayl.
This week Staut will debut with his new mount at the five-star show in Windsor.
Aboard Ben Maher's Cella's halfbrother, David recently jumped to the second place in the Al Ain Grand Prix. The pair also won the Nations Cup that week with the French team. Earlier this year David and Equador placed third in the worldcup qualifier of Dubai.