1991 Bay Selle Français Stallion 

ELITE Selle Français

16.3hh (169cm)

By Jalisco B (Elite SF) out of Dirka (Elite SF)

2008 Jumping Index: 164

2008 Reliability: 93%

    

Sire of Miss Quidam (GOV)

    

Quidam de Revel is one of the best performers of his generation.  In 2004, Quidam de Revel topped the World Breeding Championships Jumping Stallion ratings for the second year running, establishing himself as the pre-eminent – and most expensive – living sire of jumping horses.  Quidam was a jumping star as a member of the French Olympic Team, and later with Thomas Velin.  He placed many times in International competitions and was the recipient 

of the Team Bronze Medal in the Olympic Games in Barcelona, and was 4th Individually with Hervé Godignon.  He won the Rome Grand Prix, the New-York Grand Prix, and performed several double all clears for France in many Coupes des Nations.

             
In 1996, ridden by Thomas Velin, he came 2nd in the Copenhagen Grand Prix, and 4th in the Young Riders European Championship.  In 1997, he won the CSI Hannover Grand Prix, the CSIW Aarhus Masters in Denmark, and was placed in many International competitions such as CSIW in Paris and Göteborg.  In 1998, he won the CSIO Helsinki Grand Prix, and was placed in the Grand Prix CSI in Hannover, Oslo, Düsseldorf, and in the World Cup in Geneva.  In 1999, he came 9th in the CSI-A Valkenswaard Grand Prix and was placed in the CSI-W in the Oslo Grand Prix.

       

Career highlights:

   

Quidam de Revel Top 10 Competition Finishes Results:
    

2008 - 2nd WBFSH and USEF Leading Jumping Sires Rankings

2007 - 7th USEF Leading Jumping Sires Rankings

2004 - 1st WBFSH Leading Jumping Sires Rankings

2003 - 1st WBFSH Leading Jumping Sires Rankings
2001 - 10th Ikast CSIO, Stallions Two phases
2000 - 6th Falsterbo CSIO, Nations Cup 
1998 - 3rd Maubeuge CSI, Mixed comp. 
1998 - 1st Ypaja, Grand Prix  
1998 - 2nd Ypaja, Mixed comp. 
1998 - 6th Falsterbo CSIO, Nations Cup
1998 - 10th Oslo CSI, Grand Prix 
1997 - 5th Helsinki CSI-W, G.P.W 
1997 - 10th Paris Bercy CSI-W, G.P.W 
1997 - 7th Göteborg CSI, Grand Prix 
1997 - 1st Hannover CSI, Grand Prix 
1997 - 7th Falsterbo CSIO, Nations Cup 
1996 - 5th European Young Rider Championship, Individual
1996 - 10th Hannover CSI, Grand Prix 
1995 - 7th Kiel CSI, Grand Prix  
1995 - 4th Zurich, Mixed comp.  
1995 - 3rd Neumünster CSI-A, Grand Prix 
1994 - 4th Oslo Norway , Oslo Grand Prix 
1994 - 5th Millstreet CSI, Mixed comp. 
1994 - 4th Oslo CSI, Grand Prix 
1994 - 5th Oslo CSI, Mixed comp. 
1992 - 4th
Barcelona Olympic Games, Individual  
1992 - 3rd Barcelona Olympic Games, Team 
1992 - 9th Paris P.d.V. CSI, Grand Prix 
1992 - 2nd Kapellen CSIO, Grand Prix 
1992 - 1st Kapellen CSIO, Nations Cup 
1992 - 1st Rome CSIO, Nations Cup  
1992 - 1st Rome CSIO, Grand Prix 
1992 - 3rd London - Olympia CSI, Grand Prix 
1991 - 6th European championships, Individual 
1991 - 4th European championships, Team 
1991 - 8th Calgary CSIO, Grand Prix 
1991 - 1st Rueil Malmason CSI, Grand Prix 
1991 - 3rd Modena CSIO, Nations Cup 
1991 - 8th Modena CSIO, Grand Prix 
1990 - 3rd Washington CSI-W, G.P.W 
1990 - 4th New York CSI-W, G.P.W 
    
Offspring Information and Show Results:

     

Quidam de Revel has sired many brilliant performers who have inherited his amazing sporting ability. In 1998, 31 of his foals were taking part in the Grande Semaine de Fontainebleau. More than 35 of Quidam’s stallion progeny have become approved stallions around the world.  Quidam’s pre-eminence as a sire was confirmed at the 2002 WEG in Jerez where he was the sire of more showjumping participants than any other stallion.  Successful offspring include: Goldy, Guidan, Circa Z, Tlalloc La Silla, Nabab de Rêve, Dollars Boy, Hermès St Lois, Happy Villers, Jadis de Toscane, Belsedène d’Amaury, Bamby II, Baie Mahault, Coucou des Vivreau, Demie-Lune, Darios V, Furka du Village, Huppydam des Horts, Eve des Étisses, Daibolo du Parc, Dolovia de Sapaie, Drakkar de Phaële, Diam de la Ressée, Daibolo du Parc, Étoupe, Bianca d’Amaury, Eyken des Fontenis, Electra d’Amaury, Éburovic Granpré, Coco Chanel Trèfle, Billy de Forcilles, Happy Villers.

     
Heritage:

   

Jalisco is a legend in his own right and competed in the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, but Quidam’s dam was also a star.  Dirka, despite being only 163 cms, won at international level with Nelson Pessoa, before being given to Xavier Leredde who made his junior international debut on her.  

   
Dirka’s dam, Ondine de Baugy, produced five broodmares and from them came the stallions Sheyenne and Sioux de Baugy.  Ondine’s dam, Nadine, produced five foals, all by Nankin. Troubadour B, won the 6 year old final and jumped at international level, Uriel, the most influential national stallion of the Selle Français book, and star of the great St Lô stud, Commander, an international competitor for Switzerland, Daguet de Baugy, a CSI winner for Belgium, and Voulzie, the dam of Furiel de Baugy.

   

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Jalisco B

Elite Selle Français

17.1hh Bay

1975

Almé 

Elite Selle Français

Ibrahim (Elite SF)

Girondine (SF)

Tanagra

Elite Selle Français

Furioso xx

Délicieuse (Elite SF) à Jus de Pomme (SF)

Dirka

Elite Selle Français

16.0hh Bay

1969

Nankin

Elite Selle Français

Fra Diavolo xx

Constellation (SF)

Ondine de Baugy

Selle Français

Harphortas xx

Nadine (SF)

  
  
       

      
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