Otis Barbotiere

OtisRolex2012HEIGHT: 16.1hh

DATE OF BIRTH: April 6th, 2002



SIRE: Quidam De Revel

DAM: Java Barbotiere (by Vener De Baugy)

BREED: Selle Francais

BREEDER: M. Thierry Lascar Sable Sur Sathe

PLACE OF BIRTH: Pays De La Lorire

YEAR IMPORTED: January 2011

OWNERS: The Otis Barbotiere Syndicate, LLC

1: Stephen Blauner, NY
2: Bonnie Stedt, NY
3: Gloria and Craig Callen, NY
4: Nancy and David Hathaway, NY
5: Tim and Cheryl Holekamp, MI
6: Kelly Morgan, NY
7: Ronald and Densey Juvonen, PA
8: Fernanda Kellogg & Kirk Henkel, NY
9: Parker J. Collier, FL
10: Billy Platt & Candace Browning Platt, NY

OtisOlympicsOtis was purchased by the Otis Barbotiere syndicate in December 2010 from French rider Aurelien Kahn of Samur, France. The majority of the Otis syndicate owners are eventing and fox hunting enthusiasts from the Millbrook, NY area whom I’ve gotten to know over the past couple of years. It was a real honor when this group came together asking to be part of a big time horse that could possibly be seen wearing the stars and stripes in the future.

Otis was originally bred to be a show jumping horse. His sire is the famous Quidam Du Revel, one of the most prolific Selle Francais sires in history. Otis was successfully competed up to the two star level in France when he was purchased by the syndicate and imported to America as an 8 year old.

Otis has a wonderful nature to join his stunning looks. He is a real character in the barn, wind sucking at very opportunity he can get, and he is also very keen to get extra food with a pony-like mentality.

He is an athlete through and through with a quality, powerful jump. He is no slouch in the dressage either, with three fantastic gaits which the dressage judges seem to love. He was a member of the 2012 London Olympic team and unfortunately had to be withdrawn after XC due to an injury, but has returned to 4* level of competition.

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Photo Credit Lisa Thomas, Shannon Brinkman, Amber Heintzberger, Mike McNally

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