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Montevideo (horse)

Medal record
Equestrian
Olympic Games
Gold 1984 Los Angeles Team Dressage
European Championships


Gold 1983 Aachen Team Dressage
Bronze 1983 Aachen Individual Dressage
Gold 1985 Copenhagen Team Dressage

Montevideo was a Holsteiner horse ridden by Uwe Sauer for West Germany in international level dressage competitions between 1983 and 1992.[1]

  • Colour: black
  • Markings: Two socks on the hindlegs
  • Breed: Holsteiner

Montevideo and Sauer competed in the 1983 European Championships, where they took an individual bronze and helped the West German team to back-to-back team golds in the 1983 and 1985 European Championships. The pair also competed at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, where they took a team gold and 6th individually. Other major accomplishments include a team gold and an individual silver at the 1984 German Championships and an individual silver at the 1985 German Championships.[1]

Pedigree

Pedigree of Montevideo
Sire
Marlon
Thoroughbred
1958
Tamerlane
Thoroughbred
1952
Persian Gulf
Thoroughbred
1940
Bahram - 1932
Double Life - 1926
Eastern Empress
Thoroughbred
1944
Nearco - 1935
Cheveley Lady - 1939
Maralinni
Thoroughbred
1950
Fairford
Thoroughbred
1934
Fairway - 1925
Pallet Crag - 1928
Misguided
Thoroughbred
1937
Knight of the Garter - 1921
Miss Privet - 1923
Dam
Afrika
Holsteiner
~1965
Roman
Holsteiner
1960
Ramzes
Anglo-Arab
1937
Rittersporn - 1917
Jordi - 1928
Dorette
Holsteiner
1948
Monarch - 1941
Schelle - 1940
Tuja
Holsteiner
~1957
Faehnrich
Holsteiner
1953
Fachmann - 1949
Fera - 1947
Ostende
Holsteiner
~1950
Loewenjaeger - 1943
Duenaburg - ~1945
[2]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Uwe Sauer - Championships Placings". Uwe Sauer". Referenced January 12, 2008.
  2. "Montevideo". All Breed Pedigree. Referenced January 12, 2008.





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