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Jago (Quite Easy-Cortus) Earns USDF Award

We consistently look to Quite Easy to produce versatile athletes with good gaits and jumping ability.  The success of Quite Easy’s offspring in the upper levels of most every discipline further solidifies the great athleticism Quite Easy produces.  Each year we see Tamara McGowen’s Jago (ds. Cortus) earn top rankings in the USDF Awards at the FEI levels.  2015 proved no different with Jago earning a 3rd place ranking in the Vintage Cup Intermediaire II standings.  Jago also earned a 26th place ranking in the Intermediaire II Open Standings. Jago was bred by Johan Klensmeden and ridden by Lyndon Rife.  Way to go Jago!


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VADA/NOVA Fall Dressage Show: It was a beautiful weekend in Virginia for the VADA/NOVA Fall Show. Michael took Kaja Brix’s Feuerbach out for a warm-up before Regionals. They won both their Intermediate I tests with a 66.9% and a 69.7%. >>>

By Chance Dressage I & II: Despite a dismal weather forecast, Jessica Fay and Natalie Wolfer headed off to another horse show this weekend. The wonderful volunteers and management at By Chance Farm had a big job with all the rain, but did the best possible job coping with the conditions and thankfully by Sunday we were all drying out a bit. >>>

Volcan de France (Quite Easy x Irlandaise II): Elizabeth Conyers and her own Volcan de France (Quite Easy x Irlandaise II) had a very successful showing at the Split Rock Jumping Tour in Lexington, KY last month. >>>