• 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


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
  • 2016 NFL Mascot of the Year
  • 2017 NFL Skit of the Year
  • 2017 Telly Award - General Comedy Short
  • 2018 NFL Skit of the Year
  • 2018 Anchor in the Community
  • 2018 Dan Meer's Lifetime Achievement Award