Black 16hh DOB 2005
Sire: Jazz Dam: Stirling Sorbet (Salute - imp)

  • Being produced for the dressage arena and will start his competition career in the latter half of 2010
  • Currently in work with Heath Ryan
  • Owner: Pamela Maine
  • STUD SEASON - Live Cover and Chilled Semen Available
  • SERVICE FEE - $1,320 incl GST. Also available as part of the Ryans Breeding Package. For more information on the Ryans Breeding Package click here.

Further Information

Acid Jazz is a beautifully put together smaller type of warmblood. He has quite a refined head, a beautifully set on neck and quite a compact body. His legs are finer and correctly structured. Acid Jazz is being produced for the dressage arena and will start his dressage career in the latter half of 2010. Acid Jazz has great paces, as you would expect from his pedigree. Jazz, the sire of Acid Jazz, is currently the number one dressage sire in the world today. Stirling Sorbet, the dam of Acid Jazz, is a full sister to Stirling Sprite who was an advanced eventer with the Turner family and then became a World Cup show-jumper with Olympian Vicki Roycroft. Stirling Sprite was a stallion and has left some top of the range Olympic discipline horses coming up through the grades. Stirling Sorbet in turn was by Salute who is perhaps one of the most influential Olympic discipline sires in Australia today. Salute is the sire of:

  • Victory Salute who represented Australia at the 2010 World Cup Final at s'Hertogenbosch in Holland with Brett Parberry in the saddle and is the current Australian Grand Prix dressage champion.
  • Stirling Stilton who represented Australia at the World Equestrian Games in Spain in 2002 and was the highest scoring member of the Australian Team with Olympian Heath Ryan.
  • DP Christopher was NSW Grand Prix Champion some years ago.
  • Stirling Sprite was an advanced eventer and World Cup showjumper with Olympian Vicki Roycroft.
  • Staccato was ranked number one eventing stallion in the world with Craig Barrett.
  • Stirling Soux was a 4-star eventer with Olympian Olivia Bunn.
  • F1 Pharenelli is a 3-star eventer with Emma Mason.
  • Sydney Lights was a 3-star eventer with Heath Ryan.

Right down on the bottom line is Double Cream who was the sire of Olympic eventers Trade Commissioner ridden for Australia by Scott Keach and Casson Road who competed for Korea at the Seoul Olympics. Double Cream actually sired lots of 3-star eventers including Benduka ridden by Simon Kale and Roma's Double ridden by Kim Piper.

Acid Jazz is unique in bringing together some of the top performance lines from the Northern Hemisphere and from the Southern Hemisphere. Currently Acid Jazz is training and campaigning with Heath Ryan and already the astute mare owners are sending mares to him.

Service Fee: $1,200 + GST

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  • Pedigree


Jazz Cocktail Purioso
Charmante Ulster
Stirling Sorebt Salute (imp) Saluut
Fairy Floss Double Cream
Fairy Loch