|HB I Jazz Time (NL)
|HB I Jazz (KWPN)
|HB I Cocktail (NL)
|Romadour II (Westf)
|Verb. Pr. St. Diane-Lena
HB I Latimer/T.
|HB I Saint Cloud/T.
|H Diana (Old)
|HB I Carprilli (Holst)
|Verb.Pr.St. H Davos (Old)
Jazz Time is a finely etched type with a very correct foundation. In Bavaria, where he has been active so far, Jazz Time sired the 2002 Champion Mare in the class for two year olds, Bonny M. Already placed in medium level dressage, Jazz Time's spectacular movement mechanics in all three basic paces give Lisa Wilcox high expectations for future success. He passed his 100 day stallion performance test in 1999 in Neustadt/Dosse with with very good scores. He received the score of 10 twice, for willingness to perform and constitution, and a 9 for jumping ability, rideability, walk, trot and canter. This means that another breeding and sport stallion with the double traits (jumping and dressage) that Gestuet Vorwerk aims for has been added to their lineup. The sire of Jazz Time, Broere Jazz, an international Grand Prix winner and a member of the Dutch dressage team in Jerez de la Frontera in 2002, ridden by Tineke Bartels, currently leads the KWPN list in regard to predicted breeding value for his year, having sired numerous approved stallions and champion mares in the Netherlands. Grandsire Cocktail was Olympic winner Anky van Grunsven's great hope, winning 80 tests and placing in many others in international dressage.
Jazz Time's dam also produced another approved stallion. Her sire, the DLG Champion stallion, Romadour II, is also Rubinstein's grandsire as well as the sire of the famous Rembrandt. This top pedigree is rounded off by the Thoroughbred stallion, Pasteur, a successful Grand Prix horse who had great influence on the Trakehner breed by the sons he left. The bloodlines of Furioso II and Rubinstein will be continued by Jazz Time. In 2003, Jazz Time was sire of the Champion Mare at the State Show in the class for three and four year old Bavarian mares, in 2003. In 2004, his son Just Perfect was the Champion Stallion in Marbach. At the 2004 Weser Ems Championships, Jazz Time was 3rd place at the Nürnberg Burgpokal. All in all, Jazz Time marked up 12 wins in St. George and Intermediare I at national and international shows.
2010 is the third consecutive year that Jazz keur pref has led the world dressage sires rankings. He continues to sire phenomenal performance horses, multiple approved stallions and a wealth of high-producing broodmares for many studbooks. Becoming 2006 KWPN Horse of the Year was only the beginning of the acolades for this well established stallion. In addition to winning the KWPN HOY award Broere Jazz has also been awarded Kuer Preferent status for his own Grand Prix performances and the successes of his progeny. Broere Jazz is sired by the legendary dressage stallion Olympic Cocktail. Olympic Cocktail was himself KWPN HOY in 1995 and ridden by the world champion Anky Van Grusven. In 2001 Tineke Bartels debuted Broere Jazz at Grand Prix. That year they won the "Grand Prix World Cup in Amsterdam" with a score of 74.65%. In 2002 at "Zwollse Paardendagen" he achieved third place in the category of "Best Stallion". In addition Broere Jazz was Indoor Champion at NBVR and competed in the 2002 Olympic Games in Jerez, Spain. Broere Jazz strongly passes on his qualities to his offspring. This is demonstrated by their results in the show ring and at sporting events. His oldest progeny are now competing at Prix St. George level. He has 6 licensed sons "Broere Norway, Olivi, Riant,Tango, Johnson, and Jazz Time". Some of the many achievements of his offspring are listed below:
PAVO CUP Champions:
1999 Broere Norway Champion Four Year Old Class
2001 Paster Champion Four Year Old Class
2002 Paster Champion Five Year Old Class
2003 Robin Hood Champion Four Year Old Class
Central Kuering 2002:
Samorijke (damsire G Ramiro Z) Champion at Veghel
Rastina (damsire Darwin) Champion Four to Seven Year Olds at Veghel
Sunny (damsire Aram) Reserve Champion at Ermelo
2001 Ramora (damisre Saluut) Champion
2001 Rita Morka (damsire Zuidhorn) Reserve Champion
In 2000 and 2001 Broere Jazz was the sire with the largest number of offspring competing in the finals at the PAVO Cup, Paster (damsire Ariban), Riant (damsire Julio Mariner), Royal Dancer (damsire Fruhling) Pylotti (damsire Samber). The 2001 champion Paster with Madeleine Vrees was described by the 'Horse Press' as follows: "Loosness, tact, space, self carriage, silhouette and elevation are present in all three of his basic gaits." At the pre-selections for the 2002/2003 stallion show in s'Hertogenbosch four Jazz sons were sent through to the second selection phase. In 2008, 2009 and 2010 Jazz was the World Breeding Federation of Sport Horses' Leading Dressage Sire of the World.
Latimer has proven to be a true purveyor of the incomparable Trakehner charm. His imposing, dance-like movement and wonderful suppleness, along with his performance-oriented pedigree make him the ideal stallion for many mares. The Grand Prix stallion Saint Cloud, and Elite stallions Caprimond and Sokrates add the utmost possibility for success to a consolidated mother-line. Saint Cloud himself was a rideability Champion with 153 points and was successful up to Grand Prix level. Caprimond, Stallion of the Year in 1998, is also successful at Grand Prix and has been a great "improver" as a dressage horse sire. Granddam Larissa, with her daughters Lara and Lorina, were the winning mare family of the State Show. Larissa is a half sister to the stallion Liebestraum. Latimer completed an excellent Stallion Performance Test, and in 2000 won the Trakehner Championship and the Federal Championship in an outstanding manner. He did so with a never-before-awarded result and the "dream mark" of 10 for rideability and type. Latimer also won the Federal Championship for four-year-old stallions at Warendorf. He is successful to class "M." From his first foal crop, two approved stud colts sold for top prices at the auction. His son Hibiskus won his keuring.