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Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Team eventing

Team eventing
at the Games of the V Olympiad
DatesJuly 13 (events 1–2)
July 15 (event 3)
July 16 (event 4)
July 17 (event 5)
Competitors27 from 7 nations
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
Equestrian at the
1912 Summer Olympics
Individual dressage men
Individual eventing men
Individual jumping men
Team eventing men
Team jumping men

The team eventing 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 team score was simply the sum of the best three scores for each nation in the individual eventing competition.


Place Team Ind. place Score Total



Sweden Sweden (SWE)


Axel Nordlander and Lady Artist

1 46.59

Nils Adlercreutz and Atout

4 46.31

Ernst Casparsson and Irmelin

5 46.16

Henric Horn af Åminne and Omen

10 45.85


Germany Germany (GER)


Friedrich von Rochow and Idealist

2 46.42

Richard von Schaesberg and Grundsee

5 46.16

Eduard von Lütcken and Blue Boy

8 45.90

Carl von Moers and May-Queen

15 44.43


United States United States (USA)


Benjamin Lear and Poppy

7 45.91

John Montgomery and Deceive

9 45.88

Guy Henry and Chiswell

11 45.54

Ephraim Graham and Connie

12 45.30


France France (FRA)


Jean Cariou and Cocotte

3 46.32

Bernard Meyer and Allons-y

12 45.30

Albert Seigner and Dignité

14 45.15

Michel Dufort and Castibalza

27 DNF

Belgium Belgium (BEL)

Gaston de Trannoy and Capricieux

16 DNF

Paul Convert and La Sioute

18 DNF

Emmanuel de Blommaert and Clonmore

24 DNF

Guy Reyntiens and Beau Soleil

24 DNF

Denmark Denmark (DEN)

Frode Kirkebjerg and Dibbe-Lippe

20 DNF

Carl Kraft and Gorm

21 DNF

Carl Saunte and Streg

27 DNF

Great Britain Great Britain (GBR)

Paul Kenna and Harmony

17 DNF

Edward Radcliffe-Nash and The Flea

19 DNF

Herbert Scott and Wisper II

21 DNF

Bryan Lawrence and Patrick

23 DNF


  • 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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