Andrew Hoy and Rutherglen compete at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
|Full name||Andrew James Hoy|
8 February 1959 |
Culcairn, New South Wales
Andrew James Hoy, OAM (born 8 February 1959 in Culcairn, New South Wales) is an Olympic-level equestrian rider, who competes for Australia. The London 2012 Summer Olympics were his seventh games. He has won four Olympic medals, three gold and one silver.
He lived in the UK with his wife Bettina Hoy, who competes at the Olympic level for Germany, for 12 years in Gloucestershire, at the Gatcombe Park estate of The Princess Royal. In January 2009 they moved to Warendorf, Germany. The Hoys are the only married couple competing in the same Olympic discipline for different teams in the same year (see also Raphaël Poirée and Liv Grete Skjelbreid Poirée).
- 1979 Burghley Horse Trials: 1st place
- 1981 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Davey)
- 1984 Olympics: Individual-15th; Team-5th
- 1986 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
- 1987 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
- 1988 Olympics: Individual-8th; Team-5th
- 1991 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
- 1992 Olympics: Individual-5th; Team-1st
- 1995 Open European Games: 12th place
- 1996 Badminton Horse Trials: 10 place
- 1996 Olympics: Individual-11th; Team-1st
- 2000 Olympics: Individual-2nd; Team-1st
- 2000 Badminton Horse Trials: 9th place
- 2002 Burghley Horse Trials: 4th place
- 2002 Luhmuhlen Horse Trials: 1st place
- 2002 Badminton Horse Trials: 8th place
- 2003 Burghley Horse Trials: 9th place
- 2003 Badminton Horse Trials: 7th place
- 2004 Olympics: 57th place
- 2004 Badminton Horse Trials: 5th place
- 2004 Burghley Horse Trials: 1st place
- 2005 Badminton Horse Trials: 3rd place (Master Monarch) and 6th place (Mr Pracatan)
- 2005 Rolex Kentucky Three Day: 8th Yeoman's Point
- 2006 Rolex Kentucky Three Day: 1st place (Master Monarch)
- 2006 Badminton Horse Trials: 1st place (Moonfleet) and another position.
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