Originally from Chicago, Ill., Quentin Judge was the only person in his family with a passion for horses. He has worked for some of the top professionals in the industry, including Missy Clark, Joe Fargis, Jan Tops, and Margie Engle. Judge had a standout year in 2012 performing well in the USEF Show Jumping Selection Trials for the Olympic Games, finishing 14th overall. He made his Nations Cup debut at CSIO2*-W Buenos Aires, where he helped the U.S. win Team Gold. The following year was another big year for Judge as he earned his first FEI-level victory at Spruce Meadows. He also assisted the U.S. team in earning top honors in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup at CSIO3* Bratislava. In 2014, he aided the U.S. to another Team Gold medal in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup at CSIO5* Gijón.
Judge is a professional rider at Double H Farm, which is a world-class competition, sales, and breeding operation based in Ridgefield, Conn., and Wellington, Fla. He is married to Cayce Harrison, whose family owns Double H Farm.