Fuerst Jazz (Archived)
Fuerst Jazz is a dressage favorite in high demand. His first-class type and three equally good paces make him highly desirable. He is sire of 2021 Market/USEF Young and Developing Horse four-year old Dressage Champion, Fortenay
His sire Fuerst Romancier placed fourth at the dressage Young Horse World Championships and German national championships, and up to now, 27 licensed stallions, including the double licensing winner For Romance I, and 45 state premium mares from various breeding regions. Fürst Romancier's daughter St. Pr. St. Fasine is the full sister to For Romance I and II and the winner of the 2012 Oldenburg elite mare show and the German national championships. She sold selling for a high sum in 2015.
His dam Borendy was Reserve champion of the mare show in Gelderland and made it to the finals in her age group. Her sire, Painted Black, son of the legendary Gribaldi, competed under saddle of Hans Peter Minderhoud, and continued his career with Anky van Grunsven finishing as World Vice-Champion of six-year-old dressage horses. Later on, Painted Black became internationally successful at the Grand Prix level and as a World Cup winner. 2015 was a busy year for Fuerst Romancier as he competed in 10 Grand Prix.
Jazz in the third generation repesents a highly successful and in demand bloodline. Jazz won internation Grand Prix for the Dutch and was a staple for the Dutch dressage team, and in 2006 the Dutch named him KWPN Horse of the Year. In 2008 he led the dressage WBFSH ranking for the firsts time and currently Jazz is ranked third place. Fuerst Jazz represents the Dutch dam line 100 that has produced many top sires, while he himself if regarded as a superior sire coming out of Holland.
- Liver Chestnut
- 16.3 hands
- Approved For
- Hanoverian, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhinelander, Southern German breeding, Westphalian
- WFFS Status: tested non-carrier (N/N)
Schockemoehle Stud stallions require a contract
Fuerst Jazz : PEDIGREE
|Fuerst Romancier||Fuerst Heinrich||Florestan I|