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Baloubar is one of the few rare stallion son of the crack Baloubet du Rouet. Baloubar is a big and beautiful horse, in the blood, with a beautiful neck and good back. He is a scopey jumper with huge potential, good balance and excellent reflexes. He has a good temperament inherited from his maternal grandfather, the champion Alligator Fontaine (ISO 190). Unfortunately, a knee injury at 6YO (fracture of the knee) ended his sport career.
Thanks to his very good conformation and his genetics, Baloubar is easy to breed and crosses well with all types of mares.
His first foals born in 2017 are beautiful, and are great movers(balanced canter and bouncy trot). In 2017 he produced 2 champions (male and female) at the regional competition foals in Le Pin (Normandy) and a female ranked 4th in the Foals French Championship. His first offspring already tested over fences, jump with strength and suppleness.
2017: Injured at 6YO and sole focus on breeding career
2016: 5th of the 5YO French showjumping championship, ranked Elite; 8 out of 9 clear rounds
2015: 4th of the 4YO French showjumping championship, ranked Elite
(Baloubet du Rouet x Alligator Fontaine)
Selle Francais – 2011 – Chestnut – 17hh
Price per dose: $850
A direct son of Baloubet du Rouet for less than $1,000 !
Baloubar Mail impresses not only because of his pedigree but also because of his amazing way of jumping and cooperative attitude. His sire is the famous Baloubet Du Rouet, whose performance record is almost unmatched. Baloubet won the World Cup Finals for three consecutive years (1998, 1999 and 2000), won a Team Bronze Medal at the Sydney Olympics, and won the Individual Gold Medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
Baloubar’s dam Tosca Mail comes from a very interesting performance bloodline. She is a daughter of the famous stallion Alligator Fontaine and traces back through Norma Mail to Elvira Mail. Norma Mail produced the approved stallion Ulmar Mail. Elvira Mail is the dam of Olympic competitor and top sire Jaguar Mail as well as the phenomenal mare Katchina Mail who won the Team Silver Medal at the 2010 World Equestrian Games.