SIRE:- Balou Du Rouet 16.3hh 171 cm 1999 Oldenburg
Already a successful competition horse at 1.50 m level, Balou du Rouet is now busy building a reputation as an outstanding breeding stallion. Although his oldest offspring were only six in 2009, they have already chalked up more than EUR 56,000 in competition winnings. Matched only by Cornet Obolenski, Balou du Rouet was the stallion with the most offspring competing at the Bundeschampionat in 2008 and, in 2009, three of the Bundeschampionat for Six Year-Old Show Jumping Horses competitors were Balou du Rouet progeny. Another of his offspring, Bacara, qualified for the World Championship in Lanaken and was subsequently sold at auction for EUR 140,000. Two of Balou du Rouet\'s sons were approved at the Southern German licensing, another top stallion sold at auction in Hanover for EUR 85,000 and he now counts over 30 approved stallions among his offspring. Balous Bellini was champion stallion at the Munich 30-day test in 2009 with a score of 9.27 and a final jumping score of 9.54, and Bobby Brown was runner-up at his performance test in Adelsheidsdorf with an index of 143.23 points. Baranus sold at auction for EUR 120,000 after winning a class at the World Championship in Zangersheide and, in 2007, Be Bravo sold for the record price of EUR 350,000 at the AOS Auction. His FN breeding index score of 141 puts him among the leading breeding stallions, despite his young age. Balou du Rouet\'s sire is three-times World Cup winner and individual Olympic gold medal winner in 2004, Baloubet du Rouet. This Selle Francais stallion is one of the most successful show jumping stallions of all time and he consistently passes on his performance genes to his offspring. Baloubet du Rouet\'s sire, Galoubet, was competing at international level at the age of seven and won team gold at the World Championship in 1982. Balou du Rouet\'s maternal grandsire, Continue, collected lifetime earnings of over EUR 310,000 and his dam line has produced several approved stallions.
DAM:- Quitania Bay 2007 16.1 hh 166cm Oldenburg premium foal?(see broodmares)
Quitania is by Colman who is known to produce very good jumpers and is a very promising young sire and has already produced more than a dozen licensed sons. He was placed first at the stallion performance test in jumping (he scored 123.7 points, at the 1999 stallion performance test in Marbach). Colman has won and had high placements in elementary and intermediate show jumper tests. Colman\'s sire Carthago Z was under the auspices of the Holstein Association for a number of years, before going into the services of the Dutch Nations Cup riding team, where he has had one success after the other. The Dam-Sire Lord, the approval winner of his age-class, also covered in Wohrden for a few years, where Colman is currently stationed. Lord belongs to the siring legends of the Holstein breed and made breeding history throughout Europe. The thoroughbred Marlon, who was characterized by a decidedly versatile heredity, appears in the third generation of the pedigree. His progeny were victorious in all types of disciplines on an international level. Quitana\'s stunning young dam,Quibell is by the stallion Quattro B who is a son of the Selle Francais stallion Qredo de Paulstra, winner of the Grand Prix of Bordeaux. Qredo is sired by the legendary Galoubet, who twice won World Cup Qualifiers and produced international jumpers such as Quick Star. Quattro was 2nd in his Performance Test with a high score of 130 points and in 1994 he was Reserve Champion of the Oldenburg Körung, based on his performance test and his first offspring. Quattro jumped very well in 1996 with his rider Gilbert Böckmann and they won more than 20 1.30 courses through the summer. Meanwhile Quattro jumps on the international circuit successfully. His offspring show spectacular gaits and also are beautiful types and free jump very well. Since 1997 Quattro has more than 10 approved sons and remarkably had two children qualified for the Olympics in Athens 2004; Quando Quando for dressage and Oliver Q for jumping! Quicksilber won the gold medal at Lanaken in 2005.Quitana\'s grand dam Jessica got the top prize at her mares performance test and was also awarded State Premium. She is by Accord 11who is by Ahorn of which five of his progeny qualified for the federal show jumping championship in Verden in 1992, with Acord II finishing as vice champion. Acord II convincingly won the stallion performance test in 1991 scoring 9.5 to 10.0 for show jumping and 9.0 to 9.67 for ride ability. He was also the most successful five-year-old stallion in Germany with a tally of 21 wins. He continued his sporting career winning grade-A show jumping competitions and achieving placements in advanced classes. He is one of the most sought after stallions of Europe, since he transmits attributes of nobility, ride ability and exceptional jumping values. The Great Grand dam Wella is full sister of the stallion Lantaan and also produced the 6 year old Champion at Fontainebleau. This stamm 504 has produced the stallions Lantaan, Literat, Quebec, Quaprice and also Operette La Silla (J Tops) and Candy (A. Pollmann)