“Excellent progenitor with 5* Grand Prix genes”
During several years, the mighty French stallion Qlassic Bois Margot and his rider Simon Delestre belonged to the best jumping combinations in the world. It resulted among others in a silver team medal at the World Championships in Caen 2014, victories in the Mechelen World Cup, Grand Prix of Bordeaux and FEI Nations Cup of Barcelona and second places in the Rolex Grand Prix of Geneva and the Global Champion Tours of Vienna and Valkenswaard.
The black, long-lined Qlassic Bois Margot showed time after time his unlimited scope, competitive attitude and cooperative character. We already know he passes these traits in a large extent on to his offspring. Out of his first relatively small crops, born during Qlassic’s active sports career, a rarely high percentage is already performing at international level. Some are even already successful at 1.60m. Olympian Bandit Savoie (Abdel Saïd) won the 5* GP of St. Tropez in 2021 and Qopilot Batilly Z (Abdullah al Sharbatly) was victorious in the Riyadh Grand Prix at the beginning of 2022.
Qlassic Bois Margot’s breeding potential is clearly seen by the important jumping studbooks. Next to his approval by the Selle Français, he is also approved by Holstein, Zangersheide and the KWPN.
His progenitor qualities are no coincidence and can be traced back to his interesting pedigree. Sire is L’Arc de Triomphe (Landor S x Pilot). This Oldenburg bred top stallion showed to cross particularly well with French broodmares and that certainly applies to Qlassic’s dam Décibelle du Roc. She is by the legendary Galoubet A, who is also the sire of legends Baloubet du Rouet and Quick Star. Décibelle is (grand)dam of several international jumpers and produced also the approved Kodac du Roc. Clear about this dam line is that top sport has been anchored here for generations long. For example, offspring of both Décibelle’s dam, granddam and great-grandam jumped at 1.60m. Among them is Nistria, the former success horse of Philippe Lejeune.