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  • We have just enjoyed two really good days jumping at Shrewbury Flower show.

    The ground was perfect, we seem to be getting it all ways this summer, glorious weather, then the rain to keep the ground right.

    I had an amazing weekend with 'Adermie 52', he was clear both days for me in the big classes, the Area trial on Friday and the Grand Prix on Saturday, we were 7th both days and I could not have been happier as it is a little while ago since I jumped classes this big, however it now feels like I never stopped doing them!.

    Dave also had a good round with 'Whin Whin' in the Area Trial, just 4 faults, he was jumping him for Dominic Webb whilst he was away.

    I also had  a good place with 'Pewit Quinto' in the 1.40m class, this mare by 'Luidam' is jumping well and I hope to step her up in class each time out now, she is a great addition to my team.

    We also enjoyed in between the jumping watching the Nations Cup from Dublin on Dave's I Pad, crammed into the cab of the horsebox! I pad plugged into the cigarette lighter to keep it charged. It was great to see team GB winning for the 27th time in Dublin.

    We then had Sunday at home and again we watched the Dublin Grand Prix on RTE TV, with the help of Apple TV, Dave is excelling himself recently with all the technology, as everyone probabaly knows, Cian O Connor won the Grand Prix with a rare chance to ride his past ride 'Blue Lloyd'.  It was a star studded class and a real pleasure to watch.



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  • The past week seems to have flown by, Ella had three days of fun and learning at the WWW Hunt pony club camp at Chorlton House.

    It is the most idyllic setting for the camp and all the kids have the most amazing time. Dave was busy at home while I spent all of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday helping Ella.

    It did mean that I had to be up at 5.30am every morning to work my horses before I left with Ella!, so I did have the odd cat nap while I was supposed to be watching!.

    We were delighted not to to be setting off to Hickstead on Thursday for another Foxhunter second round, it would have been lovely to go to Hickstead of course! but it was even nicer to be already qualified.

    We really enjoyed the Sky Sports coverage of Hickstead, we were really looking forward to seeing the Queens Cup on Saturday after returning from a long day at the show, only to find that I had not recorded it properly, so it was not on Sky planner when we turned it on.
    Dave was very cross, but then luckily they even put highlights on at 8.30pm.

    We went to Warren Farm on Saturday, such a good show put on by the Area 17 committee. There was some very good prize money on offer in the Open class and it was also the Flo Gibson memorial.

    I was very pleased with 'Pewit Quinto' she was 5th out of a strong field and 19 in the jump off, we did some good turns to avoid too much galloping around the houses, I felt like I was really getting together with her today.
    After the class in the prize giving everyone was drinking Gin & Tonic's, including the riders, this was Flo's favourite drink, Susie Gibson was on top form and it was a very nice celebration for Flo.

    Dave had some nice clears on 'Balzac' in the 1.10m and Foxhunter classes, we did not take too many horses today as it was just Dave and I at the show.

    Dominic has just experienced a week training with Barry O Connor in Ireland, he even had a touch of an Irish accent when he returned home this weekend!.

    I apologise for the late news post lately, we have had a new format for updating our web site's and it has taken a little time to get around to learning how to use it!

    Pictured are some photos we took of Ella at camp.
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  • We have just jumped at South View's three day second round show with our horses that we are aiming for the Horse Of the Year show Newcomer and Foxhunter final's.

    Dave did not have a ride in the Newcomer second round HOYS qualifier on Friday, I jumped 'Ramiro Cruise'.

    It was a three round competition and 'Ramiro Cruise' jumped a great first round clear, there were 35 clears from over 120 starters. We were again clear in round two, the fences were now at 1.35m, he was a class act and a total pleasure to ride.

    Then I was second to jump in the final round out of 19 competitors, I went into an early lead, I knew it was going to be a fast class as there were some real speed merchants to follow me, but Ramiro was so careful and accurate that we posted a good time and held on to the lead for a while, we were then regulated to second spot after Paul Barker on his first ride made a sharp inside turn after a sizable oxer.
    If I had tried that turn on Ramiro, it could have been risky, Ramiro has so much scope, he lands a good way out over a fence, so the bigger the fences the better really!

    We held on to a qualifying position right up until the end, (top two) the times were so close and we ended up in 4th spot, we were so sad not to get a HOYS place, but he did get a Scope qualification.

    On day two Dave was in form. He had two good placings on his up and coming stars 'Quinito' and 'Balzac'. Then 'Diblesse' went on to take 3rd place in the open from a strong field.

    On the third day I was jumping 'Adermie 52' in the Foxhunter second round HOYS qualifier.

    It was a strong track, only 42 starters, but a very strong class. 'Adermie' felt in top form and jumped two great clears to get me into the final round, then disaster struck, he pulled a shoe in round two and left us unsure what to do.
    Dave insisted we jumped without a shoe for the final round, as the surface was so good, he wouldn't feel a thing, instead of trying to find a farrier and risk it not being put on correctly.

    So we jumped without a shoe in front, it was a very big track now and he jumped like a star, we sadly touched the second to last vertical, we turned so tight in order to get the time, which we did, but it didn't quite come off.
    We finished in 5th place, again qualified for Scope, we now have four more chances left at Vicarage farm, Arena Uk, Hickstead and Scope.


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Q Sport Horses is a professional equestrian show jumping business owned by David and Sharon Quigley.



We search England, Ireland and Europe for show jumpers of the highest standard. These showjumping horses then receive superb training and individual care.


We and our dedicated riders and staff are all involved in giving every horse the very best opportunity of achieving its potential.


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Q Sport Horses are a market leader in the production of quality young show jumping horses from Novice to Grade A to Grand Prix.

Olympic Golds and World Championships are the goals that we have set for the most gifted showjumpers that we are producing for sale.

The pursuit of excellence is strived for at all times with each and every show jumping horse...

 





We are also manufacturers of bespoke Horseboxes and Trailers (Drags) for Horseboxes. "Quigley Horseboxes" are built to suit your individual requirements.

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Designed and manufactured by ourselves, for our horses to travel in comfort and safety, and for easy use in busy lives. Quigley Horse Trailers For Sale




Our unique ‘Drags’ (Trailers) to be pulled by an HGV, are an accessory for those who sometimes need a bigger horsebox. 

 

 

 



  • Q Sport Horses specialises in finding & producing high class show jumpers from Novice to Grand Prix level.

  • David and Sharon Quigley's renowned expertise in matching showjumpers to their clients needs & capabilities means happy customers come back time & again. They value their reputation very highly.

  • Q Sport Horses are totally committed to achieving excellence in producing, competing, buying, selling or upgrading show jumping facilities.

  • Our superb riders, training yard, and highest standards of horse care from our dedicated staff, give Q Sport Horses the very best start in life and the very best opportunity to fulfil their show jumping potential with their future owners.

  • We take immense trouble and time to know our horses, so that we sell them with complete confidence.

  • Q Sport Horses are successfully competing at Premier shows at home and abroad. An ideal opportunity for potential customers to see us in action.

  • We have Worldwide contacts for finding, buying and selling show jumping horses.

  • Q Sport Horses provide attractive global marketing possibilities. Company logos can be added to our horse rugs, saddle cloths, riders jackets, base ball caps, horse boxes and website.

  • Sponsorship and our endorsement of equestrian products enables top brands to be seen at the top shows with Q Sport Horses.

  • Quigley Horseboxes unique design provide comfort, safety and easy of use to both horse and rider.
    Quigley ‘Drags’ ( Horse Trailers) for HGV horseboxes – unique design for those who sometimes need a bigger lorry.

 

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