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Equestrian at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Individual dressage

Equestrian at the
1964 Summer Olympics
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Individual dressage   mixed
Individual eventing mixed
Individual jumping mixed
Team dressage mixed
Team eventing mixed
Team jumping mixed


The individual dressage was an equestrian event held as part of the Equestrian at the 1964 Summer Olympics programme. The event was held on 22 October and 23 October.

Contents

Medalists

Gold Gold

Silver Silver

Bronze Bronze

22x20px Henri Chammartin on Woermann
Switzerland (SUI)
22x20px Harry Boldt on Remus
Germany (EUA)
22x20px Sergey Filatov on Absent
Soviet Union (URS)

Results

All rider and horse pairs competed in the preliminary dressage, which allowed 12 minutes and 30 seconds. The top six advanced to a further 6 minutes and 30 seconds ride-off.

Preliminary

1.

22x20px Harry Boldt on Remus (EUA)

889.0

QF
2.

22x20px Henri Chammartin on Woermann (SUI)

870.0 QF
3.

22x20px Gustav Fischer on Wald (SUI)

854.0 QF
4.

22x20px Sergey Filatov on Absent (URS)

847.0 QF
5.

22x20px Reiner Klimke on Dux (EUA)

837.0 QF
6.

22x20px Josef Neckermann on Antoinette (EUA)

832.0 QF
7.

22x20px Marianne Gossweiler on Stephan (SUI)

802.0
8.

22x20px Patricia de la Tour on Path Patrick (USA)

783.0
9.

22x20px William Hamilton on Delicado (SWE)

777.0
10.

22x20px Ivan Kisimov on Ikhor (URS)

758.0
11.

22x20px Hans Wikne on Gaspari (SWE)

753.0
12.

22x20px Johanna Hall on Conversano Caprice (GBR)

743.0
13.

22x20px Obdulio Alessandri on Vidriero (ARG)

734.0
14.

22x20px Anne Newberry on Forstrat (USA)

707.0
15.

22x20px Ivan Kalita on Moar (URS)

706.0
16.

22x20px Inoue Kikuko on Katsunobori (JPN)

648.0
17.

22x20px Karen McIntosh on Malteser (USA)

640.0
18.

22x20px Inez Fischer-Credo on Gordina (CAN)

597.0
19.

22x20px Okabe Nagahira on Seiha (JPN)

589.5
20.

22x20px Christilot Hanson on Bonheur (CAN)

549.0
21.

22x20px Matsudaira Yorisuke on Hamachidori (JPN)

542.0
22.

22x20px Bengt Ljungquist on Karat (SWE)

538.0

Final

Image:Med 1.png

22x20px Henri Chammartin on Woermann (SUI)

870.0 (2nd)

+634.0 (2nd)

1504.0

Image:Med 2.png

22x20px Harry Boldt on Remus (EUA)

889.0 (1st) +614.0 (4th) 1503.0

Image:Med 3.png

22x20px Sergey Filatov on Absent (URS)

847.0 (4th) +639.0 (1st) 1486.0
4.

22x20px Gustav Fischer on Wald (SUI)

854.0 (3rd) +631.0 (3rd) 1485.0
5.

22x20px Josef Neckermann on Antoinette (EUA)

832.0 (6th) +597.0 (5th) 1429.0
6.

22x20px Reiner Klimke on Dux (EUA)

837.0 (5th) +567.0 (6th) 1404.0

Sources

  • Tokyo Organizing Committee (1964). The Games of the XVIII Olympiad: Tokyo 1964, vol. 2. 



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