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Jazz Topping the Sire Ranking

12-11-2008

Jazz at WEG 2002 in Jerez ridden by Tineke Bartels (Photo: Ridehesten.com).
Jazz at WEG 2002 in Jerez ridden by Tineke Bartels (Photo: Ridehesten.com).
The KWPN bred stallion Jazz has for the first time taken the leading position as the most successful progenitor of dressage horses.
The newly released WBFSH sire ranking reveals that Donnerhall is no longer the leading sire, as Jazz has climbed the ranking from a third place in 2007 to a clear leading position this year with 12,397 points.
Donnerhall takes second place with 10,294 point followed by Weltmeyer (8,027), Rubinstein (5,146) and Ferro (4,897).
New in the top ranking is the Rubinstein son Rohdiamant at 8th place and also Trakehner Gribaldi on 10th place is new in the Top Ten.
The full ranking can be found here.