- Discipline: Eventing
- Height: 165 cm
- Stud Fee: P.O.A
- Breed: Holstein
- Colour: Bay
- Year of Birth: 1994
- Contact: Elite Stallions
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Quite Easy is a combination of the super stallion Quidam de Revel (a leading international horse, 4th individually at the Barcelona Olympics, and currently 6th leading sire on the WBFSH rankings) and one of Germany’s top mare families. Mother Birte II produced Casir Ask (leading stallion in Denmark, Sire of the Year 2008), Cobos (Chambertin) and Quite Easy’s two full brothers (Quite Easy III was 3rd in the 5yr Championship in France). Birte’s mother Ucapitola is the full sister of Capitol I and II, and half sister of Latus I and II. She produced Landcapitol, Lord Capitol and Quite Capitol (a successful international stallion and sire, by Quidam de Revel).
Quite Easy’s sport career took second place to his breeding duties at Flyinge, in Sweden. Nonetheless, he was Swedish 7/8 yr old Champion 2001, and National Vice Champion in 2003.
Quite Easy’s reputation for producing foals with a fantastic model, movement and attitude has led him to be widely used. The first impression of his offspring is the wide-reaching accolades they have won at foal and youngstock shows. But they have gone on to excel in sport too – in 2010 he entered the WBFSH top 100 list of sires for jumping, and he went on to produce National Young Horse finalists and winners, such as Quite Nick, Quite Lovely.. His international performers now include Eurocommerce Cleveland, Quite Nick, Aleqs, Holliday KLG and many more. Furthermore, he made his mark in the dressage world – Que Faire and Quite Nice, elite in Dressage, and Que Sera – a 4yr old Dressage Champion; Quite a Miracle, Horse of the Year in 2009 in Sweden. In eventing, he sired the French National 6yr old Champion in 2011 (Ramsa Villa Rose), and international horses such as Court Appearance and Quite a Lady.
In 2010 Quite Easy was appointed Champion Sire of Sweden, ahead of Cardento.