What happened to Totilas?

The Dutch Warmblood stallion, Totilas, considered to be one of the most outstanding competitive dressage horses in the world, passed away on December 14, 2020 at the age of 20 due to a severe case of colic.

How many foals did Totilas sire?

Totilas (Gribaldi x Glendale) became a sought-after sire and sired hundreds of foals in a stud career that began in 2010 when he was bred to 175 approved mares. Offspring of note include Glock’s Total U.S., Total Recall, Total Hope (out of Weihegold) Tolegro, and Glock’s Toto Jr.

Is totalis dead?

Totilas was retired from competition in August 2015 and died on 14 December 2020 due to complications from colic.

Did Totilas own Edward?

Edward Gal (born 4 March 1970 in Rheden) is a Dutch dressage rider. After the World Equestrian Games, Totilas was sold to German trainer Paul Schockemöhle. Gal continues to be successful training and competing dressage horses at the international level.

Where is totilas buried?

Antanas Totilas

Birth 1906 Kaunas, Lithuania
Death 1950 (aged 43–44) Raseiniai District Municipality, Kaunas, Lithuania
Burial Raseiniai Soviet Military Cemetery WWII Raseiniai, Raseiniai District Municipality, Kaunas, Lithuania
Memorial ID 183852905 · View Source

Who owns the most expensive horse?

Most expensive racehorse Selling for a cool $70 million (£53.7 million) to the racehorse breeding powerhouse Coolmore Ireland in 2000, Fusaichi Pegasus currently holds the title of the most expensive horse in history.

Who owns the most expensive horse in the world?

Who is the most famous dressage horse?

Totilas, the dressage wonder horse, was widely regarded as the finest in the world at the height of his career. During this time he was ridden by Edward Gal prior to the arrival of Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro on the international scene.

Who is the #1 dressage rider in the world?

1. Isabell Werth. As the most decorated dressage rider, Isabell Werth has dominated the dressage scene since the 1990s. Werth was born on July 21, 1969, in Issum, Germany, and began riding when she was just five years old.