Wellington, Fla. – Mar. 24, 2020 – Double H Farm is reflecting on another memorable winter season in Wellington, Florida. Though the season was unexpectedly cut short, the unstoppable duo behind the operation, head trainer Quentin Judge and director Cayce Harrison, is proud to celebrate another successful few months at both the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) and the Palm Beach Masters (PBM). Following the conclusion of the season, Double H Farm was honored to be named as the recipient of two awards from WEF: the Harrison Cup Perpetual Trophy and the Simba Run Perpetual Trophy (HH Azur).
To kick off the season, head trainer Judge hosted a clinic at Double H Farm’s Wellington facility to benefit JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes research. As the season progressed, Double H Farm’s talented students Anna Dryden, Caitlin Creel and Joanna Wolffer each celebrated standout seasons in their respective divisions. Creel and her mount, Friar M, took the win in the $15,000 SJHOF High A/O Jumper Classic during Week Two of WEF. Both Wolffer and Dryden had great showings in the High Amateur-Owner Jumper division at WEF, with Wolffer earning top results riding HH Earley and Dryden competing with Lamarique. Double H Farm was especially proud of Wolffer’s consistent results after moving up to High Amateur-Owner division for the first season. Dryden also produced stellar results in FEI-rated divisions with Van Schijndel’s Double Bee and her new mount, Pippa Blue.
Judge notes, “We have been evolving and expanding our business in the last few years, and I am so proud to see how far our students and horses have come this season. While it was disappointing to have our season cut short, we are looking forward to taking some time to rest and train at home while we all gear up for the next competition. We are thankful to our entire team, from our farrier, vets, grooms and sponsors, for making this an incredible season.”
Early in the season, Judge and HH Copin Van De Broy rode to an exciting win in the $6,000 1.40 Jumper Speed Challenge at WEF, claiming the blue ribbon out of over 100 entries. During World Cup week, the kick-off week for the 2020 Palm Beach Masters series, Judge and HH Conrad rode to an impressive sixth-place finish in the $72,900 Candy Tribble Qualifier CSI4*-W. Later in the season, McLain Ward piloted Double H Farm’s HH Azur to the win after a nail-biting jump-off in the $401,000 Lugano Diamonds Grand Prix CSI5* during Week Seven of WEF.
In addition to an exciting competition season, Double H Farm is proud to have been featured in various editorials, including The Competitive Equestrian and Wellington the Magazine. To cap off an exciting start to 2020, Judge and Harrison joyfully welcomed their second child, June Judge, Feb. 13, 2020.
The team at Double H Farm plans to continue the year as it progresses and is looking forward to producing top results with both their sales horses and students. Double H Farm is proud to offer one if its high-performance stallions for the 2020 breeding season. HH Conrad is a 15-year-old Holsteiner stallion by Con Air and out of Lacato and has proven himself as a strong competitor. Double H Farm will be collecting for both domestic breeding as well as export. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Double H Farm
Based in Ridgefield, Connecticut, and Wellington, Florida, Double H Farm is one of the leading competition and training businesses in equestrian sports. Run by international show jumping athlete Quentin Judge and his wife, accomplished amateur Cayce Harrison, Double H Farm has a storied history in the sport that includes successful partnerships with Rodrigo Pessoa, Darragh Kerins and McLain Ward. Double H Farm was founded on Harrison’s late father, Hunter Harrison’s, ethics, passion, history of success and excellence and love of horses. The business prides itself on its boutique training services for serious students coupled with its mission of doing business with transparency and integrity.