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MoM's Coleraine des Bergeries

Sister of three 1.60m horses and international performer herself at 1.60m level

Year of birth
168 cm
Black type
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MoM's Coleraine des Bergeries


MoM's Coleraine des Bergeries


Golden Dream des Bergeries



Oberon du Moulin

Refle du Blanc Caillou


Born in Belgium, named after a city in Northern Ireland, introduced by a Columbian rider, sired by a Holsteiner, bred from a French dam line and taken to the top by an Australian on both sides of the Atlantic… MoM's Coleraine des Bergeries is a true global citizen. Coleraine is the daughter of the Olympian stallion Canturo and one of the four descendants of the mare Golden Dream (v. Oberon du Moulin) who reached the 1.60m Grand Prix level.

The first one was Malice des Bergeries, who won the Santander Grand Prix with Jesús Garmendia Echevarría. Rimbaud des Bergeries competed in various world cups and Grand Prix competitions under the saddle of Leonardo Mambretti. Coleraine’s younger brother, Dreamer, was also placed for the Deeridge Nations Cup with Juan Pablo Betancourt.

Coleraine competed under the saddle of Amy Graham until she was thirteen. In 2020, Coleraine was part of the Nations Cup-team which reached the third place in the WEF Nations Cup. Subsequently, she started competing with rider Pieter Devos as “Future MoM” and reached various top 10 places at 5* level, including 3rd place in the 1.55m trials of the Hamburg LGCT in 2022.

Even before Coleraine started her sports career, she gave birth to a filly from Untouchable. That foal would later become the mother of the promising Kristalline des Bergeries. Various sisters of Coleraine gave birth to successful descendants, such as Cerise des Brumes of Ward McLain, Ermes des Bergeries of José Ibáñez and Quicksilver of Eric Lombard.

Family & Performance



    • 1990 GOLDEN DREAM DES BERGERIES (Oberon du Moulin)

      • 1996 MALICE DES BERGERIES (Voltaire) 1.60m J. Garmendia Echevarria

      • 2000 QUARTZ DES BERGERIES (Kannan) 1.55m F. Fervers

      • 2001 RIMBAUD DES BERGERIES (Heaume des Malais) 1.60m L. Mambretti

      • 2008 MOM'S COLERAINE DES BERGERIES (Canturo) 1.60m P. Devos

      • 2009 DREAMER DES BERGERIES (Ugano Sitte) 1.60m S. Wight

    • 1993 JEUNESSE DU PARC (Elton) 1.50m S. Detheux-Binet


2nd CSIO3* Nations Cup 2021 Drammen (NOR) 1.60m

3rd CSIO4* Nations Cup 2020 Wellington (USA) 1.60m

7th CSIO5* Nations Cup 2020 Wellington (USA) 1.60m

8th CSI4* Grand Prix 2019 Samorin (SVK) 1.60m

3rd CSI5* GCT/GCL 2022 Hamburg (GER) 1.55m

7th CSIO5* Nations Cup 2020 Wellington (USA) 1.55m

8th CSI3* Grand Prix 2022 Opglabbeek (BEL) 1.55m

6th CSI5* GCT/GCL 2022 Hamburg (GER) 1.50m

7th CSI4* 2021 Rouen (FRA) 1.50m

7th CSI5* GCT/GCL 2019 Rome (ITA) 1.50m

Coleraine CT Stockholm V

MoM's Coleraine des Bergeries

Coleraine GCT Stockholm V

MoM's Coleraine des Bergeries

Coleraine Amy Gramham V

MoM's Coleraine des Bergeries (©Sportfot)

Dreamer V

Dreamer des Bergeries (Ugano Sitte x Golden Dream des Bergeries) (©Sportfot)

Van Roosbroeck Cerise des Brumes V

Cerise des Brumes (Cicero Z van Paemel x Relfe II des Brumes)

Coleraine CT Stockholm V
Coleraine GCT Stockholm V
Coleraine Amy Gramham V
Dreamer V
Van Roosbroeck Cerise des Brumes V

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