The good Cheyenne 111 Z can sleep on two ears! Laetitia’s top mare has from now on neighbors of stable with a promising potential. There is at first Arizona Star, this chestnut son of the Belgian stallion Ogano Sitte. He jumped a good season last year at only 7 and ended on 1,40m classes. He is going to reach a milestone this year, we hope for it, to support its teammate. Venus du Touney, as for her, showed already two seasons at the international level, in particular under the saddle of the French rider Laurent Guillet. The attractive bay mare has been ridden then by Léon (brother of Leatitia) before joining Laetitia’s string of horses last November. After these two representatives of the Selle Français studbook, Latitia has a chance to train a Swiss Sport Horse mare, Cheer Me Up. This should start at international level this season in young horse classes. At last, Laetitia has 2 new very young prospects, Little King and Eighteen.