Registered Name: Olympic Jac BC
Sire: Baloubet du Rouet
Dam Sire: Darco
BWP Number: 056-002-U09706555
Height: 16.3 hh
Date of Birth: 01/16/2014
Country of Birth: USA
Breeder: Blue Chip Bloodstock
Year Licensed: 2017
Stud Fee: $1,200.00
Booking Fee: Contact Stallion Manager
Shipped Semen-Cool/Frozen: Fresh / Frozen
EVA Status: Negative
Standing At: Blue Chip Farms
Telephone Number:845-895-3930 Ext 10
Fax Number: 845-895-2110
Owner of Record: Blue Chip Bloodstock
Bio and Performance Record:
Olympic Jac BC is the only stallion in the World to have both sire and dam as Olympic Gold Medal winners. In 2004 his sire, Baloubet du Rouet, was the Individual Gold Medal Olympic winner and his dam, Sapphire, was the Team Gold Medal Olympic winner that year. His sire and dam totaled 4 Olympic Medals, 3 Gold and 1 Bronze.
Double Gold Olympic Champion mare, Sapphire, bankrolled $2.75 million during her illustrious career. After winning Olympic team gold in 2004, Sapphire and her rider, McLain Ward, earned another team gold as part of the 2005 Samsung Super League Team. In 2006 they claimed the team silver at the FEI World Equestrian Games & won the USEF National Show Jumping Championship. In 2007, Sapphire won the $300,000 CN Worldwide Florida Open GP CSI5* & was second in the Budweiser American Invitational in preparation for the FEI WC Final in Las Vegas where she won the $75,000 grand prix by more than three seconds. Her numerous wins throughout 2007 earned her the title of American Grand Prix Association (AGA) Horse of the Year. They earned another team Gold at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing & won the American Invitational and the $100,000 President’s Cup at the Washington Int’l Horse Show. In 2009 they won three six-figure wins at WEF highlighted by the $400,000 FTI Finale GP win. She delivered an incredible five clear rounds to place second at the 2009 Rolex FEI World Cup Finals and earned her second win at Devon. After picking up two wins at the Hampton Classic, she won the $1 million CN International GP, beating reigning Olympic champ, Hickstead, by 3/100ths of a second in a jumpoff for the ages. In 2010 she added wins at the Pfizer $1 Million GP in Saugerties, New York, the Longines Grand Prix of La Baule, the GP of Rome and again at the President’s Cup. She was long listed for the 2012 Olympics prior to her retirement.
Olympic Jac’s sire, Baloubet du Rouet, won many of the greatest international show jumping competitions, including several world cup titles and two Olympic medals while on 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. In 2000 he won Team Bronze in the Olympic Games in Sydney, 2004 he won the Individual Gold Medal at the Olympic Games in Athens, 2003 and 2005 the Top Tenin Geneva. In total, Baloubet participated in 263 international competitions, retiring with an impressive 65 winning titles to his name.