Ibrahim (1952-1973) est un étalon bai de demi-sang, enregistré comme Selle français. Particulièrement prolifique, ses produits se sont illustrés au plus au niveau en saut d'obstacles mais Ibrahim n'a lui-même acquis sa célébrité qu'après sa mort.Almé Z, père de Jalisco B, est un fils d'Ibrahim.↑ http://www.horsemagazine.com/thm/2010/08/ibrahim/

PropertyValue
dbpedia-owl:abstract
  • Ibrahim (1952-1973) est un étalon bai de demi-sang, enregistré comme Selle français. Particulièrement prolifique, ses produits se sont illustrés au plus au niveau en saut d'obstacles mais Ibrahim n'a lui-même acquis sa célébrité qu'après sa mort.Almé Z, père de Jalisco B, est un fils d'Ibrahim.
  • Ibrahim (1952-1973) was a prolific Thoroughbred stallion, who now has progeny competing at the highest level of show jumping. He stood 16 hh (163 cm).Ibrahim was purchased for 500 francs by the horse dealer Alfred Lefevre at a local show, from the horse's breeder, René Haize. In 1956, the young horse was champion of his age group, and was sold to the State Stud. He bred at the stud from 1956 to 1973, and was the most famous horse there in the 60's and 70's. However, his breeding career began slow, and he covered Normandy Draught mares for his first few years at stud, with very few sport horse mares booking. Ibrahim's first crop of foals were sold abroad.In 1957, he produced the mare Norvale. She produced several foals, before competing internationally with Jean-Michael Gaud. Ibrahim's other progeny also began showing up at the international level: horses such as Petit Prince C and Quo Vadie. However, it was not until Tango C, a talented show jumper, began his competition career, that bookings to Ibrahim took off. From only a few bookings in 1966, he began by averaging 25 mares a year, before booking a record 54 mares 1969.Ibrahim's progeny were exceptional at Fontainebleau in 1970, with Alcazar D, Aurore C, Azimut, Arteban and Almé Z overshadowing all others in the jumping finals, and the five year old mare Val de Loire B winning the jumping class for her age group.A popular breeding cross was with Ibrahim to daughters of Ultimate, a Thoroughbred. This produced some of the greatest offspring, including Almé Z. Ibrahim still has a great influence, with 15 of 20 stallions who had produced 3 or more horses at the six year old finals at Fontainebleau having Ibrahim in their pedigree.The following leading show jumpers descend from Ibrahim in four or less generations:Apricot D (1984) Zweibrücken, Olympic team SilverBelladonna (1983) KWPN, leading showjumperAtout d'Isigny (1988) Selle Français, World Championship team SilverBaloubet du Rouet (1989) Selle Français, triple World Cup winner Galoubet A (1972) Selle Français, World Championship team GoldI Love You (1974) Selle Français, World Cup winnerJus de Pomme (1986) BWP, Olympic GoldDouble EspoirLa Fayette (1977) Selle Français, Olympic team BronzeMiss (1984) Selle Français, World Championship Silver Otterongo (1991) BWP, European Champion SilverQuidam de Revel (1982) Selle Français, Olympic team BronzeQuinta la Silla (1982) Selle Français, European ChampionQuito de Baussy (1982) Selle Français, World Champion Ratina Z (1982) Hanover, World Cup winner and Olympic SilverRhum (1983) Selle Français, Olympic team SilverRocco (1983) Selle Français, World Championship team SilverRochet M (1983) Selle Français, Olympic Bronze and European ChampionRoxane de Gruchy (1977) Selle Français, World Cup runner-upSilbersee (1973) Selle Français, Hamburg show jumping Derby winnerSouviens Toi III (1984) Selle Français, World Championship team SilverTwist du Valon (1985) Selle Français, leading showjumperIbrahim's influence is still strong. At the 2003 Cycle Classique finals, held in Fontainebleau, there were 112 double clears out of the 219 four-year-old that competed. Only eight stallions sired more than one horse that had a double clear: Urbain du Monnai (6); Apache d'Adriers (5), Cacao Courcelle (3), Drakkar des Huittins (3), French Cancan (3), Papillon Rouge (3), Rox de la Touche (3). All eight stallions descended from Ibrahim.
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageID
  • 3926140 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageLength
  • 961 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageOutDegree
  • 12 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageRevisionID
  • 107735611 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink
prop-fr:dateDeNaissance
  • 1952 (xsd:integer)
prop-fr:mère
  • Vaillante
prop-fr:nom
  • Ibrahim
prop-fr:paysDeNaissance
prop-fr:père
  • The last Orange
prop-fr:pèreDeMère
  • Porte bonheur
prop-fr:race
prop-fr:robe
  • bai
prop-fr:sexe
prop-fr:taille
  • 1,63 m
prop-fr:wikiPageUsesTemplate
prop-fr:éleveur
  • René Haize
dcterms:subject
rdfs:comment
  • Ibrahim (1952-1973) est un étalon bai de demi-sang, enregistré comme Selle français. Particulièrement prolifique, ses produits se sont illustrés au plus au niveau en saut d'obstacles mais Ibrahim n'a lui-même acquis sa célébrité qu'après sa mort.Almé Z, père de Jalisco B, est un fils d'Ibrahim.↑ http://www.horsemagazine.com/thm/2010/08/ibrahim/
  • Ibrahim (1952-1973) was a prolific Thoroughbred stallion, who now has progeny competing at the highest level of show jumping. He stood 16 hh (163 cm).Ibrahim was purchased for 500 francs by the horse dealer Alfred Lefevre at a local show, from the horse's breeder, René Haize. In 1956, the young horse was champion of his age group, and was sold to the State Stud. He bred at the stud from 1956 to 1973, and was the most famous horse there in the 60's and 70's.
rdfs:label
  • Ibrahim (cheval)
  • Ibrahim (horse)
owl:sameAs
http://www.w3.org/ns/prov#wasDerivedFrom
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
is dbpedia-owl:wikiPageDisambiguates of
is dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink of
is prop-fr:ff of
is prop-fr:fff of
is prop-fr:mmf of
is foaf:primaryTopic of