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Equestrian at the 1960 Summer Olympics

The Equestrian Events at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome included dressage, eventing, and show jumping. Eventing and show jumping presented both individual and team medals, dressage presented only individual medals. The competitions were held from September 5, 1960 to September 11, 1960.


Medal summary

Individual dressage
22x20px Sergei Filatov and Absent
Soviet Union (URS)
22x20px Gustav Fischer and Wald
Switzerland (SUI)
22x20px Josef Neckermann and Asbach
Germany (EUA)
Individual eventing
22x20px Lawrence Morgan and Salad Days
Australia (AUS)
22x20px Neale Lavis and Mirrabooka
Australia (AUS)
22x20px Anton Bühler and Gay Spark
Switzerland (SUI)
Team eventing
Australia Australia (AUS)
Lawrence Morgan and Salad Days
Neale Lavis and Mirrabooka
Bill Roycroft and Our Solo
Switzerland Switzerland (SUI)
Anton Bühler and Gay Spark
Hans Schwarzenbach and Burn Trout
Rudolf Günthardt and Atbara
France France (FRA)
Jack le Goff and Image
Guy Lefrant and Nicias
Jehan le Roy and Garden
Individual jumping
22x20px Raimondo D'Inzeo and Posillipo
Italy (ITA)
22x20px Piero D'Inzeo and The Rock
Italy (ITA)
22x20px David Broome and Sunsalve
Great Britain (GBR)
Team jumping
Germany Germany (EUA)
Hans Günter Winkler and Halla
Fritz Thiedemann and Meteor
Alwin Schockemöhle and Ferdl
United States United States (USA)
Frank Chapot and Trail Guide
William Steinkraus and Ksar d'Esprit
George H. Morris and Sinjon
Italy Italy (ITA)
Raimondo D'Inzeo and Posillipo
Piero D'Inzeo and The Rock
Antonio Oppes and The Scholar

Participating nations

Medal table


Australia Australia (AUS)

2 1 0 3

Italy Italy (ITA)

1 1 1 3

Germany Germany (EUA)

1 0 1 2

Soviet Union Soviet Union (URS)

1 0 0 1

Switzerland Switzerland (SUI)

0 2 1 3

United States United States (USA)

0 1 0 1


Great Britain Great Britain (GBR)

0 0 1 1

France France (FRA)

0 0 1 1



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