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Denise Cojuangco

Denise Cojuangco is an equestrienne from the Philippines. Cojuangco represented the country in show jumping in the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics. She was the legal wife of businessman and former ABC 5 owner Antonio Cojuangco III y Ongsiako or Tonyboy, who previously sired a daughter, Patricia Cojuangco y Guingona, now married to Anthony Kierulf. She has no children with Cojuangco.

Her father was Nemesio Yabut, former Mayor of Makati.

She taught horseriding classes at the Manila Polo Club.[1]

References

  1. Denise Cojuangco, Sports Reference LLC, Retrieved March 18, 2009.



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