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Totilas Death – Eurodressage Horse Totilas Stallion Is Dead



Totilas also known from 2006 to 2011 as Moorlands Totilas and nicknamed “Toto”, a Dutch Warmblood stallion standing who was considered to be one of the most outstanding competitive dressage horses in the world Has Passed away. The retired Dutch Warmblood was reported to have died yesterday night. (December 14 2020).

The London Lane Livery took to their official Facebook page to announced Totilas, the Global dressage sensation has passed on.

READ WHAT THEY POSTED: We are saddened to hear about the death of an absolute dressage legend, Totilas. The iconic 20-year old KWPN stallion succumbed to colic on Monday night 14 December 2020. Totilas was by Gribaldi out of Lominka (by Glendale x Akteur). He was bred by Jan Schuil and Anna Visser. Thank you for thrilling memories Totilas. Condolences to those who loved and cared for him.

Totilas was bred by Jan Schuil and Anna Visser.

The 20-year old KWPN stallion became the first horse to score above 90 in dressage competition, and the former holder of the world record for the highest dressage score in Grand Prix Freestyle Dressage. Going into the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG), Moorlands Totilas and his rider, Edward Gal, had amassed multiple world-record scores in international competition, leading one American journalist to call them “rock stars in the horse world”.


Nicole Bhathal Wrote – My heart is broken. One of my favourite stallions of all time. I was lucky to see him go in person at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky. He was simply memorizing. RIP Toto.

Carly Mifflin Wrote – How sad  The triple world record-breaking, world champion dressage stallion, Totilas, has died. I was lucky enough to see and meet him on a number of occasions and he is the dad and grandad of many of my horses. What a special horse! There will never be another that will do for dressage what he did and command those crowds! What a loss!!

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