Quite Easy I

Bay Holstein stallion, born 1994, line 173
Breeder: Harm Thormählen, Kollmar

The pedigree of Quite Easy I is a collection of the greatest in top international sport. But this bay stallion, whose granddam U-Capitola is no less than the full sister of the trio of Capitol brothers, was born with a handicap: he was blind on one eye. This limitation, which was not hereditary, did not prevent this Reserve Champion stationed at the traditional Swedish Flyinge Stud from having a remarkable career in show jumping: In 2001, under his trainer Peter Eriksson, he took the Swedish Champion title and in 2003 the Vice Champion title. Placings in first class international competitions followed and when his career in sport was over, Quite Easy I was sent to the Brullemail Stud in France in 2007.

Quidam de Revel
Jalisco B
Almé Z
Odine de Baugy
Birte II
Landgraf I
Ladkiller xx

Quite Easy's progeny are hot on his heels – in dressage as well as show jumping. QL, Quite Nick, S.I.E.C. Quite Ruffy and Miebello competed in the 2004, 2009 and 2011 Finals of the show jumper World Championships in Lanaken/BEL. Quite a Miracle placed in the semi-final of the 2007 WC for young dressage horses in Verden. Six licensed sons are registered in Germany, including the premium stallions Quinta Real and Quadam. But there are also others, for example Qualle in Sweden, Venette VDL in the Netherlands, Urkel in Great Britain as well as Easy Boy, Rinaldo Rouge, Rames Palluel, Remajeur de Ravel and Sunshine du Thot in France.

Quite Easy III

Quite Easy's full brother Quite Easy II is stationed in Denmark. Quite Easy III competes in sport under the French flag and was in the 2009 Final of the WC in the class for seven-year old show jumpers in Lanaken/BEL.