Blue the mascot

Biography
  • Title - Official Mascot of the Indianapolis Colts
  • Birth Place - Jockey, IN
  • Position - Center (of Attention)
  • Number - 00 in your program, #1 in your heart
  • Birthday - July 11
  • Height - We can't measure him, he won't stand still
  • Weight - 360 Horseshoes
  • Hoof Size - 14
  • Favorite Food - Field Turf and Filet of Jaguar
  • Favorite Song - Wild Horses, The Rolling Stones and Blue, Eiffel 65
  • Favorite Movie - Seabiscuit, Blue's Brothers and Indiana Jones
  • Favorite TV Show - Mr. Ed and The View (just kidding)
  • Allergies - Bad attitudes and Patriots fans
Personal

Full name Blue...born in Jockey, IN...attended Stable School in Jockey, IN...lettered in football, track, driving, wrestling and interpretive dance...resides in Lucas Oil Stadium. Blue has a long history of awesomeness and ground-breaking humor. In fifth grade, Blue won a break dancing contest at a local church in Jockey, but now rules the vast kingdom of Indianapolis with his glamourous looks and charming wit. This funny furball prefers Velcro to lace-up shoes, has a soft spot for kittens, and refuses to walk long distances. As long as there are Colts fans, Blue will be found roaming the sidelines shaking his groove thing.

Career Highlights
  • Blue became the Official Mascot for the Indianapolis Colts on September 17, 2006
  • Went skydiving in Greensburg, IN for his first official appearance
  • Opened for Jimmy Buffet
  • Performed in 2006 A.F.E. Military Tour through Japan and Hawaii
  • Was at the 2007 NFL Pro Bowl
  • 1st place - walking unit in the 2007 Kosciusko County Community Fair Parade
  • Bowled in the 2008 PBA World Championship (Best Round - 179)
  • Performed in the 2008 NFL Hall of Fame Game
  • Beat John Andretti in the 2007 Race for Riley Kart Championship and beat Boomer (the Official mascot for the Indiana Pacers) in 2008.
  • 2009 Pro Bowl Mascot
  • 2009 TV debut in national commercial for Febreze
  • 2011 Pro Bowl Mascot
  • Blue's school shows have been seen by over 100,000 students