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Deister (horse)

Medal record
Olympic Games
Bronze 1984 Los Angeles Team Jumping
World Championships
Silver 1982 Dublin

Team Jumping

European Championships

Silver 1979 Rotterdam Individual Jumping
Silver 1979 Rotterdam Team Jumping
Gold 1981 Münich Individual Jumping
Gold 1981 Münich Team Jumping
Gold 1983 Hickstead Individual Jumping
Bronze 1983 Hickstead Team Jumping
Gold 1985 Dinard Individual Jumping
Bronze 1985 Dinard Team Jumping

Deister (February 10, 1971 - August 27, 2000) was a horse ridden by Paul Schockemöhle. He won many top international competitions in the sport of show jumping. He was three times European Champion.

  • Markings: none
  • Height: 16.3½ hh (171 cm)
  • Born: 1971 in Germany
  • Breeding: by Diskant (1957) out of Adlerklette (1960) by Adlerschild xx
  • Breeder: Hermann Hahl, Osterbruch, Lower Saxony
  • Riders: Paul Schockemöhle & Hartwig Steenken
  • Owner: Paul Schockemöhle


  • Winner, Individual Gold Medal 1983 European Championships in Hickstead, England
  • Winner, Individual Gold Medal 1985 European Championships in Dinard, France
  • Individual Silver Medal 1979 European Championships in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Winner, Team Gold Medal 1981 European Championships in München
  • Team Silver Medal 1979 European Championships in Rotterdam
  • Team Bronze Medal 1983 European Championships in Hickstead
  • 6th Individual 1982 World Championships, Dublin
  • Team Bronze Medal 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles
  • 7th Individual 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles
  • Winner of the 1983 King George V Gold Cup, England
  • Winner of the 1984 Aachen (CHIO) Grand Prix
  • Winner of the 1982 Hickstead Derby
  • Winner of the 1986 Hickstead Derby
  • Deister won 5 German Championships with Schockemöhle (1980, 1982, 1983, 1986 & 1987)

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