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‘With pain in the heart’: farewell to world number one dressage sire

The leading dressage sire of 2019, Broere Jazz, has died aged 29.

Jazz, a son of Cocktail and out of Charmante, by Ulster, is widely recognized as one of the most influential dressage stallions of all time, and currently leads the World Breeding Federation of Spot Horses (WBFSH) dressage sire rankings.

“With pain in the heart, but especially grateful for what he has meant for us and for breeding, we had to say goodbye to the king of our stable, Broere Jazz last week,” said a statement from the stallion’s owners, Broere Stud, in the Netherlands.
“Broere Jazz has become 29 years old; we will miss him. Goodbye!”

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Article written by: Polly Bryan

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