Hans Peter Minderhoud

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Hans Peter Minderhoud
Medal record
Competitor for  Netherlands
Equestrian
Olympic Games
Silver 2008 Beijing Team dressage
World Championships
Gold 2010 Kentucky Team dressage
Bronze 2014 Normandy Team dressage
European Championships
Silver 2013 Herning Team dressage
Bronze 2011 Rotterdam Team dressage

Hans Peter Minderhoud (born October 7, 1973 in Westkapelle, Zeeland) is a Dutch dressage rider.[1]

Minderhoud won the VSN Cup in 2004 with his horse Gameboy and also succeeded in the Pavo Cup with Sandreo and Florencio.[2] At the 2004 World Championships for 5-year old horses he won the World title in Verden with Florencio.[2] In the 2004/05 Stallion Competition he won the L-Class with Sandreo and the Z-Class with Rhodium. He won his second World title at the 2005 World Championships for 6-year old horses with Florencio. Later that year he and Uptown won the Pavo Cup as well.[2]

In the 2005/06 Stallion Competition he retained his titles in the L and Z-Class, and also added the M-Class to his list. With Rubels he won the 2006 VHO Trophy. Besides that he succeeded in the Future Stallion Tournament with Florencio and the Pavo Cup with Ucelli T.[2] In the 2007 Future Stallion Tournament he retained his title with Ucelli T, but also managed to win the silver medal with EXQUIS Rubiloh in the same event.[2] He succeeded again at the Pavo Cup, this time with Vivaldi. At the 2007 European Championships in Turin he and his team mates became European Champion in the team competition.[2]

With Johnson he managed to win the KWPN Stallion Championship 2007/08 and he also managed to qualify for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.[2] He qualified for the individual competition as well as the team event with his team mates Anky van Grunsven and Imke Bartels.[2] In personal life, Minderhoud has a relationship with teammate Edward Gal.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Athlete biography: Hans Peter Minderhoud, beijing2008.cn, ret: Aug 12, 2008
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Hans Peter Minderhoud results, hanspeterminderhoud.nl, ret: Aug 12, 2008
  3. ^ "Edward Gal and Hans Peter Minderhoud, One Track Minds". Eurodressage.com. 10 January 2010. Retrieved 8 January 2012.