100 Danish provided by Erik Klipping, 700 Danish and German provided by count Jacob of Halland
The Battle of Hova was fought in Hova, Sweden on 14 June 1275 between peasants commanded by Valdemar of Sweden and Danish cavalry commanded by Magnus III of Sweden and his brother Erik. The result was that Valdemar had to flee to Norway and Magnus became king of Sweden as Magnus III. It was a part of the war against Valdemar Birgersson which was a conflict between Magnus III of Sweden and Valdemar Birgersson. Magnus was supported by the danish crown with at least a 100 men (souces is unsure).