|Fürst Romancier||Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I|
Hanover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia
€ 1,000 (plus 7% VAT)
Highly exclusive in type and conformation
This extremely promising dressage aspirant is the successor of his epochal great-grand-sire Jazz. Beautiful front-end, always uphill and balanced, with a great transmission of power. He mastered his stallion performance test with ease and impresses with his award-winning and highly-priced offspring. With regard to their exclusive type and movement dynamics, they are clearly influenced by their sire.
His sire Fürst Romancier was fourth at the World Championships for dressage young horses and the German National Championships, received the Ia-main premium and has produced, up to now, 30 licensed stallions, including the licensing and main premium winner For Romance I, and premium stallion For Romance II. Their full sister St. Pr. St. Fasine OLD was Oldenburg Champion Mare, German Champion and P.S.I. top price.
His dam Borendy was Reserve Champion of the stud book registration competition in the Netherlands and made it to the finals of her age group.
Dam sire Painted Black I is the son of the legendary Gribaldi, Trakehner Champion Stallion, Trakehner Stallion of the Year in 2008, “preferent” stallion in the Netherlands and leader of the WBFSH ranking list of the best dressage sires in 2014. He won the silver medal at the World Championships for young dressage horses in 2003, finished third in the World Cup finals in 2009 with Anky van Grunsven/NED and participated with Morgan Barbancon Mestre/ESP in World Cups, European Championships, World Equestrian Games and Olympic Games.
Grand-dam Orendy, honoured as prest, ster and pref mare, produced the sires Zhivago and Estados (both by Krack C). Her daughter produced Grenoble (by Bordeaux). Her full sister Trendy is the dam of the sires Charmeur (by Florencio I)/Madeleine Witte-Vrees/NED and Edelman (by Vivaldi) and another full sister produced the European Championship team Bronze medallist Zuidenwind (by OO Seven)/Rose Mathisen/SWE.
Jazz, in third generation, was several times part of the Dutch dressage team with Tineke Bartels and Kirsten Beckers. Up until 2011, he led the ranking of the best dressage sires in the world. He is currently placed fourth. In the Netherlands, he was honoured with the predicate “preferent” and was named “KWPN horse of the year” in 2006.
From the popular Dutch dam line 100, descend the stallions Van Gogh, Der Senaat, Iceberg ST, Kanjer, Zirkit, Rodny, Wannaroo O, Indentiek BH, Wilton and Asgard's Ibiza as well as numerous Grand Prix horses.
Fürst Jazz - out of one of the strongest performing Dutch dam lines
Co-owner: Joop van Uytert, Netherlands