Approved for: Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland,
Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia
From his first offspring in the Netherlands, are 3 of his sons offered for the first viewing in Ermelo, which 2 were selected to the second viewing in Den Bosch. His sons Messenger (Fürst Jazz x Lord Loxley) bred by co-owner Mathijs Maat from Doorn and Flashbang (Fürst Jazz x Sir Donnerhall) bred by Clemens Renvert from Ahlen (D).
From his first offspring in Germany, Fürst Jazz gave a Sieger stallion named Fürst Fabelhaft (mv. L’Espoir), a premium stallion For Donnerhall (mv. Sir Donnerhall) and several approved sons.
Fürst Jazz developed nicely this year, showing great quality during the German sport test that he passed with 8.27 points. So much quality requires nurturing so that he can relax properly, and tension can emerge quickly, which we are getting under control with careful training. We hope to take him to competition. He has the advantage of so much natural movement, and many positive comments have remarked on the growth of Fürst Jazz.
In September, 2017 Fürst Jazz came to top rider Diederik van Silfhout, who was very enthusiastic: “as he develops such as I hope then he’ll be a real one. His talent in trot is so good that it’s almost unnatural for a 5-year old stallion.” In Zuidbroek, Fürst Jazz earned a total of 84 points and a 9.0 for his trot.
Fürst Jazz first appeared publicly at Paul Schockemoehle’ s Stallion Show. He impressed so many people that German breeders use him repeatedly. In January 2017, he became an approved Hanoverian stallion. He is well-developed and shows great talent in all three movements. Fürst Jazz could become the new stallion for German dressage horse breeding and adds strength to Dutch bloodlines.
Dressage favourite for high demands: First-class type and three equally good paces make Fürst Jazz highly desirable. His sire Fürst Romancier was fourth at the dressage Young Horse World Championships and German national championships, received the dressage-emphasized Ia-main premium and has produced, up to now, 25 licensed stallions, including the double licensing winner For Romance I, and 45 state premium mares in various breeding regions. A special showpiece is his daughter St. Pr. St. Fasine, full sister to For Romance I and II, winner of the 2012 Oldenburg elite mare show as well as German national champion and PSI top price in 2015.
His dam Borendy was Reserve champion of the mare show in Gelderland and made it to the finals of her age group. Her sire, Painted Black, son of the legendary Gribaldi, was competed by Hans Peter Minderhoud and continued his career with Anky van Grunsven finishing World Vice-Champion of the dressage six-year-old horses in Verden. Later on, he was internationally successful at Grand Prix level and World Cup winner.
His grand-dam Orendy produced the much sought-after sire Zhivago and numerous Grand Prix horses. Her full sister Trendy is the dam of the sires Charmeur and Edelman. Jazz in the third generation won international Grand Prix for the Netherlands with Tineke Bartels and Kirsten Beckers and was several-times part of the Dutch dressage team. Honoured with the predicate “keur” and “preferent” for his breeding performances, in 2006 he was named KWPN Horse of the Year in the Netherlands. In 2008, Jazz led the dressage WBFSH ranking for the first time and currently occupies third place. Every mare in his pedigree has produced horses up to Grand Prix level. Fürst Jazz represents the Dutch dam line 100, which produced, among others, the popular sires Estados, Grenoble, Van Gogh and Zuidenwind and is regarded as one of the surest dam lines of the Netherlands.