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Aramis (horse)


Aramis was a Hanoverian gelding, and was a showjumper ridden by Mario Deslauriers who showed for Canada at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, where the Canadians took a team fourth place.[1] Aramis also won the 1984 World Cup in showjumping.[2]

  • Colour: Bay
  • Markings: 4 White socks, and stripe down the face.
  • Breed: Hanoverian
  • Sex: Gelding

Pedigree

Pedigree of Aramis
Sire
Argentan
1967
Hanoverian
Absatz
1960
Hanoverian
Abglanz
1943
Termit - 1933
Abendluft - 1933
Landmoor
1947
Landeck - 1943
Schlinka - 1941
Worms
1960
Hanoverian
Wohlan
1955
Frustra II - 1943
Friesenamsel - 1950
Landschaft
1950
Lateran - 1943
Fuchslicht - 1945
Dam
Elfenfee
1977
Westphalian
Exstream
1967
Thoroughbred
Exbury
1959
Le Haar - 1954
Greensward - 1953
Reel In
1952
Jock Scot - 1945
Millstream - 1941
Finett
1963
Westphalian
Firn
1951
Fesch - 1936
Frieda - 1945
Fee
1953
Fernando - 1944
Fischerin - 1947
[3]

References

  1. "Jumping Teams". Sports123.com. Referenced January 10, 2008.
  2. "Equestrian". Sports Records. Referenced January 10, 2008.
  3. "Aramis". All Breed Pedigree. Referenced January 10, 2008.


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