Sean McQuillan

Upperville, VA
Long-listed 2004
Short-listed 2003


Sean McQuillan is one of the United States’ top eventers, whose riding has been recognized since his time as a U.S. Young Rider. Sean has been riding at the Advanced level for over 15 years, with multiple top placing both within the United States and Internationally. He was named to the U.S. Developing Rider Program as a Young Rider and has been selected to the U.S. Team Training List. Most recently, Sean and his horse Casalino were named to the U.S. Equestrian Team’s Elite Rider Program, headed by the Eventing Owner’s Taskforce (EOTF).In addition to his own riding, Sean, alongside his wife Kendra, manages McQuillan Equestrian at Kilfinnan Stables, a facility dedicated to training and instruction of students from beginners through Intermediate-level competitors. In addition to teaching, Sean continues to bring horses through to the Advanced level of eventing, the Level 7 jumpers, as well as trains horses for Young Event and Dressage Horse Championships.


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Kendra McQuilan
Shares in the ownership of Casalino are available through The Kilfinnan Syndicate, LLC, offering excellent benefits and opportunities to current and future shareholders. Each individual or group who purchases a share will officially be recognized as a U.S. Team Owner. This status will provide inside access to any major international competition in the world where the U.S. Team competes, even if their horse is not on the team. Owners will be invited to partake in official U.S. Team functions, have VIP access to international events, private course walks with Team coaches/riders and Team dinners. There are specific social gatherings and outings for Team Owners and coordinated international travel to events like Burghley and Badminton. Owners have the opportunity to join a close- knit community of individuals dedicated to improving the quality of even􏰂ng in the US including top riders, Team coaches and other top sport owners. This re-syndication not only offers all new owners an opportunity to experience the sport at the highest levels, but also offers it at a greatly reduced share cost. Individual shares can also be purchased by groups of people to help offset the cost of the initial buy-in.