Dr. Hugo Miguel Arrambide (* September 25, 1927, † April 25, 1985) was one of Argentina’s top show jumping riders. His best horses were Chimbote, Camalote, Ministerio and Mio-Mio.
He won Argentina’s National Championship in 1965 and 1966 on the temperamental Chimbote, in 1972 and 1973 on Camalote.
Arrambide was also a very popular regular participant on the big classic European show jumping arenas in the 1960′s and 1970′s. In 1965 he won the Grand Prix in both Aachen and Rome on Chimbote, and in 1972 he won the Grand Prix in Lucerne on Camalote. He also won bronze in the European Championships in Lucerne 1966 after Nelson Pessoa, Brazil, and Frank Chapot, USA (this was the last year that the European Championships was open for all nations). In total he won 38 international competitions.
Arrambide represented Argentina three times at the Olympic Games. In Tokyo 1964 he was 17th in the individual competition on Chimbote, and Munich 1972 individual competition he was 22nd on Camalote.