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Dobels Cento

Olympic medal record


Equestrian
Gold 2000 Sydney Team Jumping
Bronze 2004 Athens Team Jumping

Dobels Cento was a horse who competed in International Grand Prix show jumping competitions.

  • Height: 16.3½ hh (171 cm)
  • Breeding: By Capitol I, out of Viola XL by Caletto II
  • Breeder: Heinrich Schoof, Büsum, Germany
  • Rider: Otto Becker

Born in 1989, Dobels Cento has already had several International wins in show jumping (as of 2005). Under German rider Otto Becker, the stallion has also received medals in the past 2 Summer Olympic Games.

Pedigree of Dobels Cento
Sire
Capitol I, Holst
gr. 1975 17.0 hh
Capitano, Holst
gr. 1968 16.0 hh
Corporal, Holst
dk b. 1963 16.0½ hh
Cottage Son, xx
br. 1944 16.0½ hh
Gimara 1948
Retina, Holst
gr. 1952 16.1 hh
Ramzes, AA
gr. 1937 16.1½ hh
Dolli
Folia
br. 1969 16.1½ hh
Maximus
gr. 16.0 hh
Manometer
1953 16.0 hh
Stoer
Vase
gr. 1961 16.0 hh
Ramzes, AA
gr. 1937 16.1½ hh
Rappel
1938
Dam
Viola XI, Holst
Caletto II, Holst
dk b. 1978 16.2½ hh
Cor de la Bryére, SF, Holst
dk b. 1968 16.1½ hh
Rantzau xx
Quenotte, SF
b. 1960 16.3 hh
Deka, Holst
b. 1967 16.2 hh
Consul, Holst
b. 1960 16. hh
Oekonomie 1955
Lady Legend
b. 1974
Liguster
b. 1970 16.1½ hh
Landsturm
b. 1966 16.1½ hh
Aumina
b.
Legende
b. 1958
Löwenjäger
1943
Echta

Achievements

  • HLP reserve winner with 133 points
  • 7-year-old winner of the International stallions show jumping (France)
  • Winner of the Western European League in 2000
  • Team Gold Medal in Sydney in 2000 and 4th place individually
  • Horse of the year 2002-2003
  • Team European Champion 2003
  • Winner of the Team Bronze medal in Athens in 2004

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