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2022 Quite Easy x Gold and Pearls by Good as Gold Buckskin KWPN Filly .Sold. Congratulations,
Kelly in TN!
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We could not be happier with this buckskin KWPN filly by Quite Easy, out of Gold and Pearls by Good as Gold x TB x Rolls Royce. She is a phenomenal athlete, bred to be a top eventer. Good as Gold came through again through his daughters, as she is definitely stamped by him in movement, looks, and athleticability. The universe is really challenging our decision to semi retire from breeding by giving me 3 incredible golden fillies in the last 2 years after many years without! We bred this foal's dam, damsire, granddam, and great grandsire. This filly is absolutely top quality for sport or breeding. Available . Serious inquiries. Dam "Gold and Pearls" was Reserve Champion Filly at her Hilltop Farm Inspection. She epitomizes beauty and grace, and along with her catlike ability, she is one of the best Good as Gold daughters. Pearl is by the licensed buckskin Oldenburg stallion Good as Gold (Goodtimes x Michellino) out of homebred mare Victorian Gold (sport Tb x Rolls Royce). Sire Quite Easy needs little introduction. Quite Easy, is still one of the best stallions in the world in all disciplines. He was WBFSH Jumping Sire top 100 eight years in a row, 2019 WBFSH Eventing Sire ranking 4th, 2020 14th. In 2019 he ranked USEF 10th best stallion (Hunter), 17th (Jumper), and 21st (Eventing). In 2020 he ranked USEF 9th (Hunter), 14th (Eventing), and 36th (Jumpers). Additionally, with the beautiful type, scope, quick reactions, and correct gaits, it is no surprise that Quite Easy offspring have become a top consideration for hunter riders. The 2015 show season proved to be an exceptional year for the Quite Easy offspring, earning Quite Easy the coveted position as the USEF Leading Hunter Sire. While it takes the results of many offspring to earn this status, there were definitely a few offspring that shone especially brightly this year. Susan Baker’s Q (ds. Ahorn) racked up top ribbons at major shows across the country in the Second Year Green Hunter under Peter Pletcher’s guidance and in Amateur-Owner Hunters with Susan. In the Junior Hunters, Pamela Kahn’s Quite Ruffy (ds. Krocket) and Tyler Petrie earned numerous championships and top ribbons at the Washington International, Pennsylvania National, and The National Horse Show. Over Fences Farm’s Quite Chocolate (ds. Elmshorn) had a successful year in the High Performance Hunters under Maria Rassmussen, and once again competed at the USHJA International Hunter Derby Championships. The beautiful Quasar (ds. Calido I), owned and bred by Laura Connaway, consistently earned top ribbons in the Adult Amateur Hunters. It’s rewarding to see both the US-bred and imported Quite Easy offspring competing with excellentresults. | firstname.lastname@example.org Sire Quidam de Revel is one of the most successful sires in the world. There was no other sire who sent as many of his offspring to the showjmping finals at the 2002 WEG in Jerez as he did. His sire Jalisco B was one of the most distinguished stallion sons of Alme Z and they played a leading role in international showjumping sport. The dam Dirka won various international showjumping events under Nelson Pessoa and produced top showjumpers in series. Quidam de Revel collected his first international wins and placings with Herve Godignon (FRA). At the 2002 Olympics in Barcelona they won the team bronze medal and took fouth place in the individual scoring. In 1993 he changed over to Denmark, where he won the Scandianavian Young Riders Championship under Charlotte Velin. With Thomas Velin he won numerous events, including the 1997 Hanover Grand Prix, the 1998 Grand Prix in Helsinski/FIN and at the Arhus Masters/DEN. Numerous approved sons of Quidam de Revel are international competition horses including Quite Easy 1 with Peter Eriksson/SWE. In 2002 and 2003 he led the ranking list of the worlds most successful sires of showjumpers and was ranked second in 2004. Quite Easy was reserve champion at the stallion performance test in Flyinge/SWE in 1998 and has wins in showjumping tests up to advanced level. He has already presented several approved sons from his first batches of foals. His son QL was the 2003 reserve champion at the Scandinavian Open of 5 yo showjumpers in Falsterbo/SWE and a finalist at the World Championship in Zangersheide/BEL. His daughter Queen Nikita became the champion foal in Zangersheide in 2003. In the same year Quite Easy 1 also presented the champion foals in Scotland and Sweden. Performance test approval by competition.
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