Coalesce



Coalesce joined our herd of brood mares in the summer of 2007 and is a very gentle mare with an exceptional pedigree and a great production record. She was inspected by the ATA with 57 points total. She is now retired.


Inspekteur
Mahagoni
Pasteur xx by Bügermeister xx
ESt. Maharani II by Flaneur
ESt. Inderin
Karwendelstein by Hessenstein
Indra by Anteil
Courage
Ginster
Pregel by Tropenwald
Guda by Hansakapitän
Cosima II
Habicht by Burnus AAH
Corvina by Boris

born 1985; American Trakehner

Mare family of T14L2 Corry (Gestüt Hunnesrück)


The sire Inspekteur won international dressage competitions under American Terri König. The stallion later stood at stud in England, where he left only a few daughters for the breed. Inspekteur's sire Mahagoni is one of the stamping sires of the Trakehner breed in the past 20 years and produced not only many very good daughters and important stallions sons (e.g. Enrico Caruso *Ps*E*), but also internationally acclaimed dressage horses like the Olympic bronze medalist Peron TSF, Chronos (Denmark) or Marlon (France). His dam Inderin, an elite mare in Germany, founded a very strong branch of especially good brood mares for the Scharfetter family. Her daughter Indica by Onassis is dam of the ATA approved Ichi-Ban, and is also dam of the elite mare Insterfee by Kennedy. Her five full siblings by Buddenbrock clearly demonstrate the enormous quality of this mare line: the approved In Petto, the champion stallion and Bundeschampionat finalist In Flagranti, and the three State and Verband premium mares and auction highlights In Zukunft, In Farbe and In Vita. Sunsprite now owns In Zukunft and more about her mare family can be found on her own page. The branch of the family goes back to the treck mare Italia, who produced the major sire Impuls, among other influential Trakehner horses.

Coalesce's dam line is one of the biggest and most accomplished in the Trakehner breed. The origin of this big family is the Trakehner mare Corrida by Bussard out of Corinna by Ararad, who was on the treck from Trakehnen to West Germany. Her daughter Ceres by Neuling founded the branch of the family that traces to the approved stallions Chardonnay, Celestin and Chopard. Corrida's sons Coriolan and Cornett were approved. Her daughter Corry finally helped to spread this line into unknown dimensions. Her daughters produced stallions like Orloff (KWPN; Trakehner by Habicht), Coral, Connery, EH Consul, Cornus, Comtesso, Checkpoint, Coktail, Cadeau, Catani K, Contis, Caanitz, Coleur-Fürst, Couracius, Cornelius and Corvin. This is also the branch of countless premium mares and auction highlights, as well as performance horses at FEI levels in all three disciplines. Additionally, a maternal half sister of the foundation mare Corrida, the mare Pika by Pilgrim out of Corinna by Ararad, was used as a brood mare in Russia and among her descendants, we can find the CCI**** eventer Fleetwater Opposition, the sport sire Fleetwater Olympus and the two times Olympic show jumper Almox Prints J!

The direct dam Courage, as well as the grand dam Cosima III have produced sport horses in Germany. The most successful is the gelding Cocteau by EH Bartholdy, and accomplished winner at S level dressage.


Offspring of Coalesce


Coalessce is dam of the Swedish mare Cordelia (by Draco), who is a very successful Level 3 and Children's show jumper (pictured below). Coalesce is also dam of the gelding Collective Soul (by Graditz *E*), who won the prestigious Governor General's Cup and the Lieutenant Governor's Cup at the 1999 Royal Winter Fair in Canada. Coalesce then had two foals by the Trakehner stallion Leonidas *Pg* (by Condus *E*).


Cordelia
by Draco/SWE



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