Udjess de Bozouls is a stallion by Dahess and Udjella de Bozouls, filly of Dormane and udjella (Djourmane x Meduse). Injured at race, Udjess ran few but has still a great track record: from 2012 to 2014, 14 starts, 3 wins, 9 places including a third in Gr.3 at Toulouse.
Dahess x Udjella de Bozouls
First son of Aljaïma de Bozouls ****, Al Jaïmie de Bozouls has a 125 and *** performance index. In 2009, he won the CEI** at Monpazier under the saddle of Barbara Lissarague and placed in CEI*** in Barcelona. In 2010, he finished 2nd at the CEIOYJ in Compiegne and is the European Young Rider Champion in Team.
Prim de Syrah x Aljaïma de Bozouls
Horses and microorganisms, two words that summarise a singular life, that of Marcel Mézy, 70 years old, self-educated researcher who one day fell in love with Arabian thoroughbred racehorses. In his native North Aveyron, he spent part of his life perfecting, in the form of Bactériosol® and Bactériolit®, a fertilisation process that is now used by over 5,000 farmers in France. When he isn’t at Lioujas, in the Sobac, the parent company that will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2012, he can be found on this Causse in the midst of his three hundred Arabian thoroughbreds for which he professes an unbridled passion.
Whether talking about endurance or flat racers, the reputation of the Bozouls stud farm is now firmly established both nationally and internationally. Whether in Grioudas or on the Lévezou Plateau, Marcel Mézy never tires of seeing his herd of mares emerging out of the mist surrounded by their foals. The horses are raised freely outdoors in an organic environment that represents a unique heritage. It is here, among the juniper trees, that they create breed combinations and pedigrees that most breeders can only dream of achieving. More than just a simple stud farm, this a philosophy of life.
More than 350 arabian horses from best flat and endurance origins, bred in semi-extensive on the Comtal area in Aveyron.
Today, the breeding has about sixty broodmares, and ten stallions, having covered or still covering. We consider every year around thirty births, some of them for flat racing, the others for endurance races.
Since 2004, a lot of horses became famous in France as well as abroad. In 2016, we have about twenty horses in flat training and about sixty horses in endurance training.