Carl Gustaf Bonde (28 April 1872 – 13 June 1957) was a Swedish horse rider who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics and in the 1928 Summer Olympics.
He won the gold medal in the Individual dressage competition with his horse Emperor. He inherited the Tudor Castle of Tjolöholm, Fjärås, Sweden. http://www.tjoloholm.se
Sixteen years later he won the silver medal as a member of the Swedish team. He also competed in the 1928 Olympic individual dressage competition with his horse Ingo and finished 19th.