Totilas, one of the great dressage horses of all time, has died aged 20 from colic complications. A really beautiful-looking horse: Totilas (23 May 2000 – 14 December 2020), also known from 2006 to 2011 as Moorlands Totilas, and nicknamed "Toto", was a Dutch Warmblood stallion standing 17.1 hands (69 inches, 175 cm) high who was considered to be one of the most outstanding competitive dressage horses in the world, 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". Totilas was retired from competition in August 2015 and died on 14 December 2020 due to complications from colic. Source: Wikipedia.