1990 FEI World Equestrian Games

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1990 FEI World Equestrian Games
1990 FEI WEG logo.jpg
Host city Stockholm, Sweden
Nations participating 37
Events 13 in 6 disciplines
Opening ceremony 24 July 1990 (1990-07-24)
Closing ceremony 5 August 1990 (1990-08-05)

The 1990 FEI World Equestrian Games were held in Stockholm, Sweden from July 24 to August 5, 1990. They were the first edition of the games which are held every four years and run by the FEI.

Events[edit]

13 events in 6 disciplines were held in Stockholm.

Dressage Driving Endurance Eventing Jumping Vaulting
Individual Individual Individual Individual Individual Individual Female
Individual Male
Team Team Team Team Team Team

Medal summary[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual dressage
details
Nicole Uphoff on Rembrandt
 West Germany
Kyra Kyrklund on Matador
 Finland
Monica Theodorescu on Ganimedes
 West Germany
Team dressage
details
 West Germany (FRG)
Nicole Uphoff on Rembrandt
Monica Theodorescu on Ganimedes
Ann-Kathrin Kroth on Golfstom
Sven Rothenberger on Ideaal
 Soviet Union (URS)
Yuriy Kovshov on Bouket
Olga Klimko on Shipovnik
Valery Tishkov on Kholst
Nina Menkova on Dikson
  Switzerland (SUI)
Samantha Schatzmann on Rochus
Christine Stückelberger on Gauguin
Silvia Iklé on Spada
Daniel Ramseier on Random
Individual driving
details
Tomas Eriksson
 Sweden
József Bozsik
 Hungary
Ijsbrand Chardon
 Netherlands
Team driving
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Christer Pahlsson
Jan-Erik Pahlsson
Tomas Eriksson
 Netherlands (NED)
Ad Aarts
Ijsbrand Chardon
Theo Weusthof
 Hungary (HUN)
József Bozsik
Lajos Sipos
Laszlo Juhasz
Individual endurance
details
Becky Hart on RD Grand Sulton
 United States
Jane Donovan on Ibriz
 Great Britain
June Petersen on Abbeline Lionel
 Australia
Team endurance
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Elizabeth Finney on Show Girl II
Judith Heeley on Shumac
Joy Loyla on General Portfolio Hero
Lilla Wall on Alfie
 Belgium (BEL)
Dominique Crutzen on Domino de Sier
Armand de Merode on Perlita
Jean-Luc Marchal on Mamlouk
Marcel Rossius on Arafat
 Spain (ESP)
Juan Alvarez on Muntcho
Pascual Alvarez on Melfenik
José Manzano on Olga
Roser Xalabarder on Kid
Individual eventing
details
Blyth Tait on Messiah
 New Zealand
Ian Stark on Murphy Himself
 Great Britain
Bruce Davidson on Pirate Lion
 United States
Team eventing
details
 New Zealand (NZL)
Mark Todd on Bahlua
Blyth Tait on Messiah
Andrew Scott on Umptee
Andrew Nicholson on Spinning Rhombus
 Great Britain (GBR)
Ian Stark on Murphy Himself
Virginia Leng on Griffin
Rodney Powell on The Irishman II
Karen Straker on Get Smart
 West Germany (FRG)
Herbert Blöcker on Feine Dame
Marina Loheit on Sundance Kid
Matthias Naumann on Alabaster
Edith Beine on Kyang
Individual jumping
details
Eric Navet on Quito de Baussy
 France
John Whitaker on Henderson Milton
 Great Britain
Hubert Bourdy on Morgat
 France
Team jumping
details
 France (FRA)
Eric Navet on Quito de Baussy
Hubert Bourdy on Morgat
Roger-Yves Bost on Norton de Rhuys
Pierre Durand on Jappeloup
 West Germany (FRG)
Karsten Huck on Nepomuk
René Tebbel on Borsu Urchin
Otto Becker on Optiebeurs Pamina
Ludger Beerbaum on Almox Gazelle
 Great Britain (GBR)
Nick Skelton on Alan Paul Grand Slam
Michael Whitaker on Henderson Mon Santa
David Broome on Lennegan
John Whitaker on Henderson Milton
Men's vaulting
details
Michael Lehner on Zarewitsch
 West Germany
Christoph Lensing on Rascal
 West Germany
Dietmar Otto on Mainzelmann
 West Germany
Women's vaulting
details
Silke Bernhard on Mainzelmann
 West Germany
Silke Michelberger on Zarewitsch
 West Germany
Ute Schönlan on Marco Polo
 West Germany
Team vaulting
details
  Switzerland (SUI)  West Germany (FRG)  United States (USA)

Medal count[edit]

Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  West Germany 4 4 4 12
2  France 2 1 3
3  New Zealand 2 2
 Sweden 2 2
5  United Kingdom 1 4 1 6
6  United States 1 2 3
7   Switzerland 1 1 2
8  Hungary 1 1 2
 Netherlands 1 1 2
10  Belgium 1 1
 Finland 1 1
 Soviet Union 1 1
13  Australia 1 1
 Spain 1 1

Note: Medal count is sorted by total gold medals, then total silver medals, then total bronze medals, then alphabetically.

External links[edit]