Paul Schockemöhle at the 2012 German show jumping derby
|1976 Montreal||Team Jumping|
|1984 Los Angeles||Team jumping|
|1981 Munich||Individual jumping|
|1981 Munich||Team jumping|
|1983 Hickstead||Individual jumping|
|1985 Dinard||Individual Jumping|
|1979 Rotterdam||Individual jumping|
|1979 Rotterdam||Team jumping|
|1977 Vienna||Team jumping|
|1983 Hickstead||Team jumping|
|1985 Dinard||Team jumping|
Paul Schockemöhle (born 22 March 1945, in Mühlen, Oldenburg) is a former German showjumper. He is the brother of Alwin Schockemöhle, another leading German rider. He was three times European Champion on his best horse Deister. In 1990, Schockemöhle was secretly recorded poling horses, a practice which involves rapping a horse's legs with a pole to train it to jump higher. Poling is forbidden by the International Equestrian Federation, and spot checks were subsequently carried out at several other German training establishments.
Today, Schockemöhle is both a breeder and trainer of some of Germany's top sport horses. In October 2010, it was announced that he had purchased Moorlands Totilas, a champion dressage stallion shown by Edward Gal, from Moorlands Stables.
- 1976: Silver medal in team at the Olympic Games in Montreal with Agent
- 1981: Gold medal in team and individual at the European Championships in Münich with Deister
- 1983: Individual gold medal at the European Championships in Hickstead with Deister
- 1984: Bronze medal in team at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles with Deister
- 1985: Bronze medal in team and individual gold medal at the European Championships in Dinard with Deister
- Hickstead Derby
- 1982: Winner with Deister
- 1985: Winner with Lorenzo
- 1986: Winner with Deister
- Murphy, Genevieve (18 February 1992). "Equestrianism: Ban on rider for cruelty". The Independent.
- "Dressage sensation Totilas sold to Paul Schockemohle". Horse & Hound. 14 October 2010.