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On March 25th 1994 Jazz was brought to the KWPN stallion test where he was ridden and tested.

Funny detail is that during the stallion test Jazz also had to jump. He was not so successful in showjumping, however during the years that came there were also several very good showjumping offspring of Jazz.

Jazz passed with good results and he was written into the Stallion Studbook. At the moment the KWPN commission registers Jazz nobody knew yet what a special horse Jazz was and what he would mean in the future for the Dressage Breeding.

KWPN Report in 1994 about Jazz:

Jazz was performance tested in 1994 and described as honest, reliable, temperamental, and likes to look at everything. Very willing to work and works well. His walk is easy with a long stride. He carries himself well in the trot, has very good use of the foreleg and has sufficient power.

The canter is sufficient in scope and carriage but it should be more powerful. He rises in the forehand during dressage and he works well. He has a great deal of talent for dressage and gives his rider a good feeling. His scores were well above average with an 8 for his walk, an impressive 9.5 for his trot, 8.5 for his canter with three 9’s for trainability, stable behaviour and overall training.

Stallion Performance Test:

 

   

Total 71
Character 8
Riding Test 9
Training Report 9
Behaviour 9
Free Jumping 5
Jumping with Rider 5
Canter 8,5
Walk 8
Trot 9,5