In the year 2001 there is big news. A syndicate (group of private investors) is raised to keep Jazz in the Netherlands for Sport and Breeding. On the 7th December the contract is signed by the participants and the name Broere becomes ahead of the name Jazz. Reason for that is that Cees Broere and his son Anne Broere are two main investors in the syndicate.
In 2002 Jazz and his rider Tineke Bartels successfully participate at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez de la Frontera (Spain) as a Dutch Team rider.
Then, in 2004, the moment is there when the Syndicate decides to sell Jazz.
At that moment Cees and Anne Broere indicate their wish to own Broere Jazz 100% and they buy all the stocks from the other stockholders.
With the arrival of Broere Jazz at Studfarm Broere a new chapter begins for the stable rider of studfarm Broere, Kirsten Beckers. She becomes the new rider of Broere Jazz and they will have several very successful years ahead of them.
In 2005 Broere Jazz participates successfully at the Dutch Championships. Kirsten and Broere Jazz end on the fifth place.
The KWPN already gave Broere Jazz the predicate “Keur” and in 2006 they give him by life the predicate “Preferent”.
Another highlight takes place in 2007. The KWPN gives Broere Jazz the exclusive title “KWPN Horse of the Year 2006”.
Today, in the dressage breeding society Jazz is one of the most precious and successful breeding stallions. In 2008 and 2009 Jazz was the absolute number one at the WBFSH Ranking list.
In 2011 Jazz ended his sport career. January 2020 Broere Jazz passed away at the age of 29.