Baloubet du Rouet
Name: Baloubet du Rouet
Bloodlines: Galoubet A - Starter - Bel Avenir
Height: 16.3 hh



Galoubet A

Alme Z
Ibrahim
Girondine

Viti
Nystag
Ida de Bourgoin



Mesange du Rouet

Starter
Rantzau
Kaironnaise

Badine
Bel Avenir
Perle de Norval
Baloubet du Rouet is a horse who was ridden by the Brazilian show jumper Rodrigo Pessoa. He has won
many international titles.

Born in 1989, Baloubet du Rouet has won many of the greatest international show jumping
competitions, including several world cup titles and two Olympic medals with the Brazilian team. In
1999, he won the World Cup Final in Gothenburg for the second time running, a feat that had only
been done by 3 horses since the start of the World Cup competitions. At the World Cup Finals in 2000,
he won for a record third time. He was quite successful at a young age, when ridden by Nelson Pessoa
on the French circuit, including winning the 7 year old stallion test at Fontainebleau. However, the
stallion became most competitive when he became the mount of Nelson's son, Rodrigo, as a
nine-year-old. 2004 he won the Gold Medal at the Olympic Games in Athens, 2003 and 2005 the Top
Ten in Geneva. Baloubet has been retired from competition in 2006 and from breeding in 2010, and
currently lives in Portugal.

Although his reproductive life had started in 1998, it was at age 17 that he came fully available for
reproduction.[1] Baloubet is approved by all studbooks of warm-blooded sports horses and has sired
several nice horses including Gitane du Brumans II, Gatsby Vandrin, Gonzague du Rouet, Gershwin de
Reis, Balou Grande Z (winner of the 30-day stallion test in 2002 at Neustadt/Dosse) and Balou du Rouet.
He is especially popular in Germany, Belgium, and Holland.In 2010 his son Balturo (Baloubet du Rouet
x Canturo) has been licensed by the Oldenburg International Studbook.
Baloubet du Rouet