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Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Individual dressage

Individual dressage
at the Games of the V Olympiad
DateJuly 15
Competitors21 from 8 nations
Medalists
Gold medal  22x20px Sweden
Silver medal  22x20px Sweden
Bronze medal  22x20px Sweden
 1920»
Equestrian at the
1912 Summer Olympics
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Individual dressage men
Individual eventing men
Individual jumping men
Team eventing men
Team jumping men


The individual dressage was an equestrian event held as part of the Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics programme. It was the first appearance of the event. The Swedish team dominated the event, taking all three medals and having all six riders place within the top 8.

Results

Place Rider and Horse Total

Final

Gold

22x20px Carl Bonde and Emperor (SWE)

15

Silver

22x20px Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern and Neptun (SWE)

21

Bronze

22x20px Hans von Blixen-Finecke and Maggie (SWE)

32
4

22x20px Friedrich von Oesterley and Condor (GER)

36
5

22x20px Carl Rosenblad and Miss Hastings (SWE)

43
6

22x20px Oscar af Ström and Irish Lass (SWE)

47
7

22x20px Felix Bürkner and King (GER)

51
8

22x20px Carl Kruckenberg and Kartusch (SWE)

51
9

22x20px Mikhail Yekimov and Tritonych (RUS)

62
10

22x20px Albert Seigner and Dignité (FRA)

73
11

22x20px Andreas von Flotow and Senta (GER)

77
12

22x20px Carl von Moers and New Bank (GER)

83
13

22x20px Guy Henry and Chiswell (USA)

93
14

22x20px Jean Cariou and Mignon (FRA)

94
15

22x20px Jens Falkenberg and King (NOR)

103
16

22x20px Rudolf Keyper and Kinley Princess (DEN)

111
17

22x20px Gaston de Trannoy and Capricieux (BEL)

117
18

22x20px Carl Saunte and Streg (DEN)

120
19

22x20px Michel Dufort and Castibalza (FRA)

123
20

22x20px John Montgomery and Deceive (USA)

130
21

22x20px Emmanuel de Blommaert and Clonmore (BEL)

135

References

  • Bergvall, Erik (ed.) (1913). Adams-Ray, Edward (trans.).. ed. The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand. 



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