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Dressage World Championship

The Dressage World Championship is held every four years. The best horse and rider competitions in the world compete for individual and team titles. The Dressage World Championship is since 1990, held at the World Equestrian Games in conjunction with other equestrian world championships.

Individual Results

  • 1970 Aachen: Elena Petushkova (URS) and Pepel
  • 1986 Cedar Valley: Anne-Grethe Jensen (DEN) and Marzog

Team Results

1966 Bern: FRG

Josef Neckermann and Mariano

Reiner Klimke and Dux

Harry Boldt and Remus

1970 Aachen: URS

Elena Petushkova and Pepel

Ivan Kizimov and Ichor

Ivan Kalita and Tarif

1974 Copenhagen: FRG

Reiner Klimke and Mehmed

Liselott Linsenhoff and Piaff

Karin Schlüter and Liostro

1978 Goodwood: FRG

Uwe Schulten-Baumer and Slibowitz

Harry Boldt and Woycek

Gabriela Grillo and Ultimo

1982 Lausanne: FRG

Reiner Klimke and Ahlerich

Gabriela Grillo and Galapagos

Uwe Schulten Baumer and Madras

1986 Cedar Valley: FRG

Gina Capellmann and Ampère

Jo Hinemann and Ideaal

Reiner Klimke and Pascal

Herbert Krug and Dukat

1990 Stockholm: FRG

Sven Rothenberger and Ideaal

Ann-Kathrin Kroth and Golfstrom

Monica Theodorescu and Ganimedes

Nicole Uphoff and Rembrandt

1994 Den Haag: GER

Nicole Uphoff Becker and Rembrandt Borbet

Klaus Balkenhol and Goldstern

Isabell Werth and Gigolo

Karin Rehbein and Donnerhall

1998 Rome: GER

Isabell Werth and Gigolo

Karin Rehbein and Donnerhall

Nadine Capellmann and Gracioso

Ulla Salzgeber and Rusty

2002 Jerez de la Frontera: GER

Nadine Capellmann and Farbenfroh

Ulla Salzgeber and Rusty

Klaus Husenbeth and Piccolino

Ann-Kathrin Linsenhoff and Renoir-Unicef

2006 Aachen: GER

Nadine Capellmann and Elvis VA

Heike Kemmer and Bonapart

Hubertus Schmidt and Wansuela Suerte

Isabell Werth and Satchmo


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