Quidam de Revel was a star of the French jumping team who competed in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, and came fourth in that event with rider Hervé Godignon.  Over a decade later, Quidam de Revel had one son and ten grandchildren jumping in the 2014 London Olympics - those from sons Nabab de Reve, Kashmir van Schutterhof, Quasimodo Z, Vigo d’Asouilles, Guidam and Dollar da la Pierre. 

Quidam de Revel was the highest rated World Breeding Championships Jumping Stallion in 2003 and 2004, and is 11th in the World Breeding Federation of Sport Horses 2017 jumping stallion rankings. 

In the survey of the world’s top 75 jumping sires that appears in the French publication, Monneron 2007-2008, Quidam de Revel was Number 1 with 48 CSI winners and he was also represented by two sons:  Nabab de Reve (out of an Artichaut mare) was 18th with 14 CSI winners, while Guidam (out of a Vénutard mare) ranked 19th with 12 winners, including Authentic, second best performer in the world in 2006 and winner of the Grand Prix of Aachen in 2007.

 Quidam de Revel, 1992 Barcelona Olympics, photo credit Horse Magazine

Quidam de Revel, 1992 Barcelona Olympics, photo credit Horse Magazine

Quidam de Revel was by Jalisca B, out of successful competitive jumper Dirka. 

A Quidam de Revel clone was produced in 2005 and used in some breeding operations, however the Quidam de Revel bloodlines at KVS are from the original jumper himself.   Quidam de Revel offspring and grandchildren at KVS include:

 Quidam de Revel, photo credit Horse Magazine

Quidam de Revel, photo credit Horse Magazine