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Qredit Offspring Win at Devon

Qredit was well represented at Dressage at Devon with four 2014 foals and one yearling colt. The highlight of the group was Quartet GSH (Qredit-Arrian), the 2014 filly earned impressive scores of up to 86%. Quartet is owned and bred by Michelle Reilly. Quartet won the Fillies of 2014 and took reserve in the Devon Foal Championship.  She then continued on to win the USDF/GAIG Current Year Foal Final.  Tawna King’s filly Quarter Sinclaire (Qredit-Lord Sinclair) has been quite competitive at the breed shows all season and did very well at Devon.  She competed in the Fillies of 2014 and Hanoverian 2 & Under, earning a 6th and 8th place ribbon respectively.  Theresa Peck’s Qontindior (Qredit-Contucci) joined us for both Devon Prep and Devon.  The handsome colt earned a 5th place in the Colts of 2014 and 7th in the USDF/GAIG Foal Final. Hilltop’s own Qennett HTF (Qredit-Negro), showed well to earn an 8th place finish in the Colts of 2014 and a 6th in the USDF/GAIG Foal Final.  Qennett and Quartet were paired up for the Get of Sire class on Wednesday to represent Qredit.  They both scored very well (83.95%) and earned Qredit a 2nd place in the class.  The oldest of the Qredit offspring, Jennifer Hoffman’s Qrush on Me (Qredit-Le Santo) had a 2nd place finish in the Yearling Colts and Geldings.

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USDF Region 8 Championships: This year we again traveled to the USDF Region 8 Championships in Saugerties, NY. At the large HITS facility, there were over 1600 rides scheduled over the four days of competition – a massive show! Jessica Fay has had a fantastic season with her horses and Regionals ended on a high note for the 3 mares she qualified. >>>

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%. >>>

2017 USEF Young/Developing Horse Championships: The USEF Young and Developing Horse Championships remain a highlight of our show plans every year. With only the top 15 of each age group invited to the Finals, the competition is intense yet the sense of comradery and enthusiasm is one of the best of all the shows. >>>