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On Tuesday, we received a television crew

Rtbf is an important media in Belgium. The share that this television and radio channel devotes to sport is significant. But for once, it’s not in a sports program that we’ll be talked about.

Indeed, the team on site belongs to the magazine “C’est du Belge”. A weekly programme dedicated to Belgian talent. Let them spread Belgium’s influence here or abroad.

Minutes in the media are precious. The “C’est du Belge” team, composed of a journalist, a cameraman and a sound recorder, spent the day at the Stables.

First of all, it was a question of immersing themself in the atmosphere of the place. The team therefore roamed the entire estate to observe life in progress using a drone.

Around 10am, François Mathy Jr. set up on the outdoor track to train with his coach. François worked with Uno and Casanova; mainly in dressage and not in jumping.

While Junior continued working on the track, the team interviewed François Mathy Sénior. A long interview to understand this atypical journey as a rider, Olympic champion and businessman. The admiration could be seen in the eyes of this team of journalists seduced by the atmosphere of the place.

Junior was also submitted to the rhythm of questions. The “C’est du Belge” team had the opportunity to follow him to Knokke already this summer.

François is about to leave for New York after being very noticed in Calgary, Laura won last week the GP**145 in Saint Tropez, Charlotte is winning a series of races. The report will probably be broadcast on the eve of the Jumping of Liege; another major family event. We will keep you informed via our social networks and our news updated weekly on this blog.

The report will probably be broadcast on the eve of the Jumping of Liege; another major family event. We will keep you informed via our social networks and our news updated weekly on this blog.