A useful site for pedigree researchers and others seeking information about breeding in France can be found at http://www.france-sire.com/home.
One of its virtues is that the site is available in English, as well as French. Just click the Union Jack on the right. With that level of appreciation for the international potential of its audience, France Stallion is showing it could become an important port for information about bloodstock in France.
France Sire is a young site and is still growing toward its greater potential, but at present, it offers a good variety of information about the stallions standing in France. These range from international champions of the premier rank (Domedriver) to horses one might have thought dead (Northern Park) on through horses that one never knew had been born.
In addition to notes about stud fees, locations of stallions, female families, and photos of stallions and their foals, France Sire also offers some information about many of the better French studs. As these become fleshed out with time, there is immense potential for greater understanding of the French bloodstock business and their breeders through the information and visual quality possible with this interesting site.