Line 3615 (Gera)

Just like all mares at Hof Thormählen, the Cor de la Bryère daughter Cera I was bred first. In 1991, the then four-year old, gray mare by Landadel gave birth to a bay filly that was named Fein Cera.

Later, Cera I went to today's FEI President, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya of Jordan before she was internationally successful with Paul Darragh/IRL and finally Otto Becker.

Her daughter, Fein Cera, was the best horse in the Final of the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez de la Frontera/ESP under Peter Wylde/USA and finished with individual bronze. In 2004 the couple won gold on the American team at the Olympic Games in Athens/GRE.

Cera I with Harm Thormählen
Lacapo at the age of thirty

Cera's granddam Sarbit is the dam of a mare named Larsa, who is the dam of a licensed stallion named Lacapo. Lacapo was originally stationed at the Holstein Verband before spending many years in Sachsen-Anhalt. Now 31, he is still used at Hof Thormählen for teasing. Lacapo sired six licensed sons, including  Lucky Luke and Flemmingh, who is the sire of the stallions Lingh, Krack C and Fairbanks.

Larsa's granddaughter Larsa I was bred to Calido I which resulted in the licensed, full brothers Cero I and II.

There are several broodmares from line 3615 at Hof Thormählen in service such as Kaiserkrone and Pretty Cera.

Take a look at Line 3615

Cera VI in the USA
Fein Cera with Peter Wylde/USA