Antonius Colenbrander

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Antonius Colenbrander
Antonius Colenbrander 1928.jpg
Antonius Colenbrander with Gaga at the 1928 Olympics
Personal information
Born 3 May 1889
Meester Cornelis, Batavia, Dutch East Indies
Died 24 September 1929 (aged 40)
Arnhem, the Netherlands
Sport Horse riding

Antonius Theodorus Colenbrander (3 May 1889 – 24 September 1929) was a Dutch horse rider. He competed at the 1924 Summer Olympics in the three-days event and at the 1928 Summer Olympics in jumping and won a gold medal with the Dutch team in 1924.[1] He died after a bad fall from his horse at a jumping competition in Zelhem.[2]


  1. ^ Antonius Colenbrander.
  2. ^ Ruiterploeg. NOC*NSF