Quentin Judge is a professional rider at Double H Farm, which is a world-class competition, sales, and breeding operation based in Ridgefield, CT, and Wellington, FL. Double H Farm strives for the best in equestrian sport, with goals of producing quality offspring through their stallions, providing exceptional sales horses, and aiming to win at the best horse shows in North America and the world by supporting talented riders.
Originally from Chicago, IL, Quentin has worked for some of the top professionals in the industry, including:
Double H Farm.
2012 was a breakthrough year for Quentin. At the Winter Equestrian Festival, Quentin and HH Carotino were clear in the second round of the 2012 USEF Show Jumping Selection Trials for the Olympic Games. They also had just four faults in the first round and finished 14th overall in the Trials. In November, he was named to the American team to compete in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he helped the U.S. win the Nations Cup.
In 2013, Quentin had top finishes, including his first FEI-level victory in the $50,000 Husky Energy Cup at the Spruce Meadows 'Continental' Tournament. Quentin was named to the American team once again for the Nations Cup in Bratislava, Slovakia, where he and HH Dark de la Hart were clear in the first round to help the United States to victory.
2014 brought even more international success. Quentin rode HH Dark de la Hart to the win in the $210,000 CNOOC Nexen Cup Derby and went on to finish second in the $210,00 Cenovous Energy Classic Derby at the Spruce Meadows Summer Series.
With new mount HH Copin van de Broy, Quentin finished third in the prestigious $210,000 ATCO Power Queen Elizabeth II Cup, fourth in the $400,000 Pan American Cup presented by Rolex, and ninth in the $400,000 RBC Financial Grand Prix presented by Rolex at Spruce Meadows. Quentin and HH Copin van de Broy traveled to Europe last summer, and at the CSIO 5* in Gijon, Spain, they won an individual class. Quentin participated on his third Nations’ Cup winning team in Gijon as well.
Quentin and Double H Farm are committed to equestrian sport by: putting the utmost importance on their horses' safety and well-being; conducting business honestly and transparently; committing to eco-friendly practices; supporting the highest level of the sport nationally and internationally by sponsoring shows and riders; and providing quality stallions and young horses in the USA.