Alwin Schockemöhle on Warwick Rex winning the individual Olympic Gold in Montreal 1976. This is the second round and a historic first ever double clear round on one of biggest courses ever built. A piece of history!
Vintage Show Jumping from the Montreal 1976 Olympics in Bromont (individual) and at the Olympic Stadium (team competition) with Alwin Schockemöhle on Warwick Rex and many more! 30 minutes!
Harvey Smith on the bank in the Hickstead Derby.
Alfons Lütke-Westhues (17 May 1930 in Westbevern – 8 March 2004 in Warendorf) won a gold medal on his Ala with the German team (together with Fritz Thiedemann and Hans Günter Winkler) at the 1956 Olympics in Stockholm.
The European Championship 50 years ago – Alwin Schockemöhle on Bachus in Aachen 1961.
The German team 50 years ago, at the European Championship in Aachen 1961. Fritz Thiedemann on Godewind, Hans Günter Winkler on Romanus, Alwin Schockemöhle on Bachus and Hermann Schridde on Ferdl.
The European Championship 50 years ago – in Aachen 1961, Hans Günter Winkler on Romanus.
The European Championship 50 years ago – in Aachen 1961, Henrique Alves Callado from Portugal on Konak. Henrique Callado is Portugals best rider ever. He had an extremely long riding career, beginning in the 1940s, his first Grand Prix win was in Lisbon 1944, and quitting after a fall breaking four ribs in 1978. He [...]
The European Championship 50 years ago – in Aachen 1961, David Broome on Sunsalve.
Michael Saywell from Great Britain on Hideaway at the Olympics in Munich 1972, where the British team came fourth. Saywell won the 1976 King George V Gold Cup at Wembley and the 1978 Dublin Grand Prix on Chainbridge. Both these horses were owned by Trevor Banks. Hideaway later came to Graham Fletcher, who rode him [...]