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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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