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Carl von Moers

Olympic medal record

Men's Equestrian
Silver 1912 Stockholm Team eventing

Carl von Moers (born December 9, 1871, date of death unknown) was a German horse rider who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics.

He and his horse May-Queen won the silver medal as member of the German team in the team eventing after finishing 15th in the individual eventing competition.

Von Moers also participated in the individual dressage event with his horse New Bank. They finished twelfth.

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