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Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Team jumping

Team jumping
at the Games of the V Olympiad
DateJuly 17
Competitors22 from 6 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 jumping was an equestrian event held as part of the Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics programme. It was the first appearance of the event. Unlike the team eventing competition, the team jumping was not simply a sum of scores from the individual jumping competition. Instead, riders competed in the team event separately a day after the individual event. Different riders could be used in the two events, and teams were limited to 4 riders while each nation could send 6 individuals.


3 minutes and 50 seconds were allotted. 190 points was the maximum score. The top three jumpers for each team counted their scores, which were summed to give a team score.

Place Team Time Score Total



Sweden Sweden (SWE)


Gustaf Lewenhaupt and Medusa

3:36 188

Gustaf Kilman and Gåtan

3:45 180

Hans von Rosen and Lord Iron

3:51 177

Fredrik Rosencrantz and Drabant

4:03 171


France France (FRA)


Michel Dufort and Amazone

3:37 185

Jean Cariou and Mignon

3:38 182

Bernard Meyer and Allons-y

3:51 171

Albert Seigner and Cocotte

3:26 170


Germany Germany (GER)


Sigismund Freyer and Ultimus

3:22 181

Wilhelm von Hohenau and Pretty Girl

3:14 177

Ernst Deloch and Hubertus

3:42 172

Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia and Gibson Boy

3:23 166


United States United States (USA)


John Montgomery and Deceive

3:31 180

Guy Henry and Chiswell

3:42 174

Benjamin Lear and Poppy

3:36 173


Russia Russia (RUS)


Aleksandr Rodzyanko and Eros

3:31 176

Mikhail Plechkov and Yvette

3:39.6 172

Aleksey Selikhov and Tugela

3:53 172

Dmitri Pavlovich and Unité

3:06.8 169


Belgium Belgium (BEL)


Emmanuel de Blommaert and Clonmore

3:30 188

Gaston de Trannoy and Capricieux

3:44 162

Paul Convert and La Sioute

3:50.4 160


  • 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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