|Dollar Du Murier||Jalisco B||Alme|
|Ulenda||Joyau D’or A||Alme|
Ideal de la Loge is the essence of the Selle Français breed. This stallion’s pedigree is outstanding with three crosses of Ibrahim, two through his son, Almé, and once through his daughter, Camarade Rapide, two crosses of Furioso xx, once through his daughter, Tanagra, once through his son, Mexico, as well as, one cross of the great Anglo Arab, Nithard.
Ridden by Roger Yves Bost, Ideal de la Loge won the GCT Grand Prix in Doha in 2011, the Grand Prix in Bordeaux in 2010, the Grand Prix in La Coruna in 2009, as well as, was on the winning French Nations Cup team in Aachen in 2009. In 2012 Olivier Robert began to ride Ideal de la Loge, before Eduardo Blanco took over the reins in 2013.
In 2013, at the age of seventeen, Ideal de la Loge was retired from competition and is now one of the stallions in Group France Elevage’s breeding program.
Ideal de la Loge’s dam, Ulenda (by Joyau d’Or A) was born at the Haras de la Cour Bonnet of Arnaud and Henriette Evain in Falaise – where Ideal’s grandsire Jalisco was raised.
A dozen of Ideal de la Loge’s progeny are now entering the international circuit, with the star being Qoud’Coeur de la Loge, ridden by Bosty. The pair won the World Cup qualifier at Lyon in November 2014.