Mont Doloise D'ogier SFA

Female Flaring Chestnut 19 years old 1m66

General comments

The beautiful Mont Doloise d'Ogier passed under the spotlight while being sold at the famous Fences Sales where her flamboyant back movement was a sensation. She had great ability and was destined for a great career but she was unfortunately injured accidentally. Following this she recovered but was no longer destined for the top level. Nevertheless she was able to compete in 125/130 classes with an amateur rider with whom she obtained her ISO 132 in 2009, which shows how easy she is to produce. A mare with an enormous heart and plenty of courage, she never looked at anything. Despite her build which seems important, she was speedy in competition. She has always retained her scope.

She was also much noticed in breeding competitions where she finished second in 2015 in the broodmare class at Yvetot. Her first two offspring have inherited her qualities : her gentle personality, her strength, her wish to do well and her affinity for people. Mont Doloise is a very good mother, who teaches her foals well.

Crossed with stallions which suit her, her offspring should make people talk about her. Everything is there for producing horses with ability and equilbrium. We are in a hurry to see the offsprings she’s going to give us from Ulyss Morinda since they complement each other beautifully!


Fairy Jump de Lokdi, Gwaskan Jo de Lokdi, Imperium Morinda.

FairyJump de Lokdi was third in the ‘Conformation and Paces’ for foals, a showing class, and in 2017 was greatly remarked on by the Selle Francais judges during the ‘Conformation and Paces’ for two year olds. She obtained marks of 16 and 17 over fences. She has visibly inherited the legendary back movement of her mother (see the photo). The two first foals of Mont Doloise obtained the classification ‘Excellent’ in Conformation and Paces showing classes.

Sir : Bayard D'elle SF

Bayard d'Elle

Dam : Fabuleuse D'ogier

Fabuleuse d'Ogier

Second mare : Happy Graham

Fabuleuse d'Ogier

Third mare : Ida



This pure bred Selle Francais has in her origins performers of the highest level. Her sire, Bayard d’Elle (the father of numerous stallions), her grand sire J’T’adore (ridden in the Olympic Games by Eric Navet), and the famous Almé, the founding father of the bloodline. Her Trotter blood line which comes from Happy Graham her maternal grand dam, also brings her that courage and ease of handling which Trotters possess. Her maternal grand dam is one of the last daughters of Almé. Amongst others she produced Princesse d’Almé, mother of both Tender Love, ISO 143 and Verdi d’Ogier, ISO 140.


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