16.3 hh black bay Oldenburg stallion
|1972 Oldenburg stallion approvals: received a '10' in canter
and cross-country jumping|
Competed in 27 international horse trials, 23 were advanced, 20
times he was 1st, 2nd, or 3rd|
1978 and 1980 German eventing champion|
|Two Olympic Silver Medals (1976 Montreal, 1980 France)|
Silver medal at World Three-Day Event Championships (1978 Lexington)
Owned, raised, and ridden his entire life by Otto
In 1988, exported to the US for breeding where he was attacked
and killed at the quarantine station.
With permission, he was buried on the Rolex cross country course
in the Kentucky Horse Park.
Black Oldenburg stallion, 16.3 hh, 1968-1988
Vollkorn xx - Katkja by Manolete
Breeder: Jan Noordendorp (Germany)
Owner: Otto Ammermann (Germany)
German Silver Medal Team Member, 1976 Montreal Olympic Games,
1978 World Three-Day Event Championships (Kentucky Horse Park,
Lexington), 1980 Alternate Olympics (Fontainebleau, France). Competed
in 27 international three-day events, finishing first, second,
or third in 20. Retired sound and became Europe's leading Warmblood
three-day event sire.