Ringo is the "guardian of the herd". Believe it or not, he is very protective of the babies.
They have two wonderful children, Brett and Danica. Of course, Auntie Dena has already got a pony for the kids, and Brett even admitted that riding is more fun than tractor rides! Both kids love helping out on the farm and will no doubt be in the pony ring in a few years.
Luke, Brutus and Tia They spend their days exercising the cats, squirrels and gophers. Other than that, they eat, sleep, and snore!

   
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The Metcalfe family has been involved in breeding hunters, jumpers, and dressage horses since 1970. Quo Vadis Stable is a family run operation. We believe that honesty and integrity are the most important characteristics, and we have based our entire business on those principles.


Pat Metcalfe
Pat was involved in competing on a small scale, and then turned to breeding, coaching, and training. Her other profession was lab & x-ray technologist. She always stresses the importance of quality, and is famous for quoting “never compromise quality”. This belief has enabled Quo Vadis Stable to develop the high quality herd that it now possesses. Due to the recent passing of her husband, Jack, Pat has moved to town and now spends the winters in sunny Arizona.
       
 
Neil and Tammy Metcalfe Son, Neil, is very actively involved in all aspects of the Metcalfe businesses. These include a Case IH agricultural equipment dealership, a Ford automotive dealership, both of which have been in the family since 1900, and a grain farm, which he owns with his sister. Neil's wife, Tammy, is the administrative assistant at the local Louis Dreyfus grain terminal.