Peter Schiergen

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Peter Schiergen
Danedream Returns.jpg
Schiergen (left) with Danedream after winning the 2011 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
Personal information
Nationality Germany
Born (1965-03-23) 23 March 1965 (age 52)
Willich in Germany
Country Germany
Sport Equestrian (horse racing)

Peter Schiergen (born 23 March 1965 in Willich, West Germany) is a former German champion jockey [1] and a Thoroughbred racehorse trainer.


Schiergen is the holder of the European winner-riding record.[2]

After Hein Bollow, Peter Schiergen is the second member in the German "Club 1000" twice. 1000 ridden winners and 1000 trained winners.

Horse trainer[edit]


  1. ^ a b Lee, Alan (8 June 2002), "Kazzia answers leading question". The Times (United Kingdom)
  2. ^ Lysaght, Cornelius (15 February 2002), "Finding McCoy another herr to chase". The Times (United Kingdom)
  3. ^ Tony Arrold (11 July 2005), "Nicaron shows heart in Derby win for veteran". The Australian
  4. ^ "Kamsin's Derby" (14 July 2008), The Australian
  5. ^ Danedream routs Arc rivals with easy success., 2 October 2011