The 22-year-old Holsteiner stallion Quiet Easy (Quidam de Revel - Birte II x Landgraf I), owned by Bernard Le Courtois/Haras Brullemail, is one of a handful of stallions whose offspring are excelling in more than one Olympic discipline. Living up to his name, however, Quite Easy has seen his products win in all three: showjumping, dressage and eventing. Initially, his remarkable foals captured the spotlight in Scandinavia – his first generation winning various titles in Denmark and Sweden. Then, one year later, Quite Nice was a six-year-old finalist at the showjumping World Breeding Championships for Young Horses in Lanaken. Quite Easy’s resumé offers some exceptional reading thanks to his talented offspring, to name a few: Four-year-old Swedish dressage champion Que Sera (2007: out of Gamba x Graf Grannus); Quiet (Pacciofin x Carpaccio) and Vancouver (Irene x Ahorn), respectively, five-year-old dressage vice champion and freestyle gold medal in Italy. In eventing, Quite Easy sired the 2011 six-year-old champion Ramsa Villa Rose (out of Funny du Reverdy x Voltaire), and a number of his sons and daughters have competed in the eventing WBCYH in Le Lion d’Angers. Although his offspring represent a variety of studbooks, with their showjumping achievements being too numerous to mention, his star also shines bright in his adopted home country, France. in 2008, 10 Quite Easy foals qualified for the French championship finals in Saint-Lô, and all were placed in the top 20. A colt was French champion and a filly was supreme champion. Having stood at Haras Brullemail since 2007, Quite Easy has a number of sons that have been approved/licensed by various member studbooks of the WBFSH. For the 2017 breeding season, Quite Easy will be standing at Haras Numenor in l’Ain.