Wijnschenk's QUITE EASY

Available for sale in the USA, can be tried at the WEF 2010!!



Your future Hack Winner:

Dutch Warmblood gelding, born 2004, 16.1 hands, by QUITE EASY(Guidam) x Nimmerdor.

Key words:  Born to be a top-hunter, future Hack Winner, charming, perfect attitude, adorable temperament, long sweeping stride, perfect form over fences, sound.


"Zinedine" is under saddle for just a few months; he is doing very well, made his first jumps under saddle, he is quiet and honest.
Very comfortable to ride.


More info about Wijnschenks "ZINEDINE" ?

Please contact us info@stalwijnschenk.nl


More info about the stallion QUITE EASY:

 Quite Easy’s sire Quidam de Revel helped win the Team Bronze for France in the 1992 Olympics and placed 4th individually. He was ranked as the number one show jumping stallion in the world for many years since then. Quite Easy’s dam is by the legendary Landgraf and is out of the highly celebrated mare U-Capitola, a full-sister to the stallions Capitol I, II, and III. Quite Easy was shown by Peter Eriksson, one of Sweden’s top Grand Prix show jumping riders, for a number of seasons. He has been successful in sport up to 1.60 meters, or the Grand Prix level. He was 2nd in Sweden’s outdoor championships and was the winner of Sweden’s 7- and 8-Year-Old Championships.

Offspring Information and Show Results:
Quite Easy’s first foal crop went through the national performance testing for 3-year olds in 2002. Of 14 foals presented in a performance testing, 12 received Class 1 awards. Quite Easy’s daughter Quillabamba J was the Champion three-year-old jumping mare in 2003. Two Quite Easy offspring participated in the 2002 Danish National Jumping Championships at Wilhelmsborg. In 2002, Quite Easy was Sweden’s most popular stallion on both the national and international level. In 2007, Quite Easy was leased to France and the response from breeders was immediate as he bred over 200 mares in one season! North American breeders are lucky to have access to a stallion of Quite Easy’s caliber through his excellent quality frozen semen. His quick reactions, scope, and strong hind end transmit consistently to his offspring and he is a top choice for serious jumper breeders.

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