- Discipline: Showjumping
- Height: 16.3hh
- Stud Fee: P.O.A
- Breed: Oldenburg
- Colour: Bay
- Year of Birth: 1999
- Contact: Elite Stallions
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- Tel: 01837 881100 or 07967 202174
- Web: www.elitestallions.co.uk
BALOU DE ROUET IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR JUMPING STALLIONS, CONSISTENTLY PRODUCING GOOD TEMPERAMENT, EXCELLENT MOVEMENT AND POWERFUL JUMPERS. SUITABLE FOR AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL RIDERS, HE SUITS ALL BUT THE SMALLEST MARES.
This stallion had the most offspring in the 2008 Bundeschampionate, (German National Championships) with 3 finalists in the 2009 event. He has over 30 approved sons including the Munich Licensing Champion , Balous Bellini.
A picture perfect career: after winning one young horse class after another and gaining marks up to 10.0 in his 30-day test, Balou du Rouet successfully competed at the 1.50m level. Already in 2005 he caught everyone’s attention by scoring the highest mark of 9.2 at the national championships, making him one of Germany’s top 4 licensed stallions. His enormous jumping talent, combined with great elastic gaits and a fascinating charisma make Balou du Rouet an exciting choice for the breeders of sports horses. Once again, Balou du Rouet emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement, with numerous foals at many different auctions. He continuously produces finalists for the German foal championships. Offspring of Balou du Rouet have been approved at almost every stallion licensing most notably the licensed BE BRAVO, who sold for €350.000 as the most expensive horse of the 2007 AOS auction. His number of approved sons has amounted to over ten stallions. As a descendant of Baloubet du Rouet – gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and an incredible three-times successive World Cup Champion, he has one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international scene in his pedigree. His grand sire Galoubet is a son of the great stallion Alme and was already an international success at the young age of seven. He won team gold in 1982 at the World Championships. On the dam’s side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline, Cor de la Bryere, from Holstein through Rantzau xx. The offspring of the dam’s sire, Continue, achieved lifetime earnings of over €230.000. Numerous licensed stallions are descendents from the dam line.