Kjento is a true eye-catcher; this stallion by the top formula Negro x Jazz stands out in every way and was approved with no less than 90 points by the KWPN.
Sire Negro has been one of the best sires of his generation for many years, with of course Valegro ridden by Charlotte Dujardin as the greatest example.
Grandsire Jazz needs no further explanation; without this famous chestnut stallion, modern dressage breeding would not be where it is today.
Jazz's generation companion Juventus is the great-grandsire of Kjento and once again brings in the famous genes of Ulft into Kjento's pedigree. With the foundation sires Rubinstein I and Doruto, Kjento's pedigree is complete.
Kjento's dam Zoriana ended up third at the National Mare Show in Ermelo as a 3-year-old and later on scored 90 points in the IBOP test, including a 10 for trot. In sports, Zoriana performed at Z-level, while her full brothers reached ZZ-Zwaar and ZZ-Licht levels. Great-granddam Koriana produced no less than three Small Tour horses: Rhapsody, Zidana and Uno.
Kjento stood out in the KWPN Performance Test and passed the exam with ease. A 9.5 for canter was Kjento's highest mark, while for all other parts a 9 was scored, which resulted in a total score of 90 points. Kjento is without a doubt one of the greatest talents of his generation and with his strong pedigree he also seems to be an asset to breeding.
Kjento: proven genes with modern talent