Only Coconut

I'm Special de Muze x Coconut Grove xx ( Coconut Girl )

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I'm Special de Muze

Emerald Diamant de Semilly Le Tot de Semilly
Venise des Cresles
Carthina Z Carthago
Tanagra s van het Darohof
Walnut de Muze Nabab de Reve Quidam de Revel
Melodie en Fa
Qerly Chin Chin Chin

Coconut Girl

Coconut Grove xx Dare to Pet xx Dare to Command xx
Tena's Pet xx
Coral Gables xx Propellent xx
Coralinda xx
Wembly Zortin Marinier
Cherubijn Naturel

Dam: Coconut Girl, a striking sport horse in three disciplines. Her three-sport predicate is thanks to her performances in 1.40 metres jumping, Z2 dressage and international eventing at CC13* level, with Patrick Verbakel. In combination with Numero Uno, this exceptional mare produced a second viewing stallion classified at 1.35 metres. Moreover, Coconut Girl contributes excellent thoroughbred genes through her sire, Coconut Grove xx. The dam's line goes back to Cherubijn, also the producer of such international jumping horses as Calisco (s. Verdi), 1.40 metres with Arlando Bologni; Welfare (s. Pacific), 1.60 metres with Andrew Ramsey; Eagle (s. Van Gogh), 1.50 metres with Tobias Meyer; Forever (s. Zortin), 1.60 metres; Binky (s. Tinky Winky), 1.45 metres and Zaire (s. Pacific), CC13* with Hannah Bate.
Patrick Verbakel's achievements with Coconut Girl in eventing season 2019 included a fourth place during the CC13*S in Kronenberg and first place in the CC13*S in Varsseveld, where they also became Dutch champion.
The sire of Only Coconut is I'm Special de Muze, unique in all ways. Firstly his lineage: with Harrie Smolders, sire Emerald won the World Cup in Washington 2015, the Nations Cup in Falsterbo in 2015, the Nations Cup in Aken and Gijon in 2013 to name but a few and performed well in many five-star Grand Prix. This son of Diamant de Semilly x Carthago also had great success in breeding. His oldest descendant is already jumping at 1.45 metres level.
With Harrie Smolders, I’m Special de Muze’s dam, Walnut de Muze won Grand Prix and national competitions all over the world, including in Madrid, Dublin, Doha, Wellington,Mechelen and Calgary. With Christophe Barbeau, second dam Querly Chin won the final of the World Cup in Milan and was placed reserve for the Olympic Games in Athens. She went on to become of the best breeding dams in Belgium.
In 2013, I’m Special de Muze jumped all six rounds of the Belgian Pavo Competition with no faults, in 2015 he won the GMB Competition for six and seven-year-olds in Drachten and in the same year, he won Stallion Jumping at Indoor Brabant. I’m Special de Muze is currently successfully jumping at 1.50 metres. 

15-06-2019 (Birth date) 21% (VAT) The Netherlands - Aarle-Rixtel (Location)

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