Equestrian at the 2013 Bolivarian Games

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Equestrianism (Spanish: Ecuestre), for the 2013 Bolivarian Games, took place from 21 November to 30 November 2013.[1]

Medal table[edit]

Key:

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Venezuela 4 2 1 7
2  Colombia 2 3 2 7
3  Ecuador 2 1 3 6
4  Peru 0 2 1 3
5  Guatemala 0 0 1 1
Total 8 8 8 24

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual dressage[2]  Diana Elizabeth Rey Bermudez (COL) (68.542)  Radme Mahamud (COL) (66.396)  Loida Margarita Cebeira Trotzke (GUA) (66.067)
Team dressage  Colombia
Diana Elizabeth Rey Bermudez
Juan Mauricio Sanchez de Brigard
 Peru
Margoth Batievsky Fleischman
Maria Gracia de la Piedra Graña
Monika Editha von Wedemeyer Geb Sc
Juan Carlos Hernaiz Caceres
 Ecuador
Guido Jose Paez Puga
Martina Maria Falconi Barriga
Maria Jose Granja de Guzman
Carolina Espinosa Navarro
Individual eventing  William Narvaez Garzon (ECU)  Ronald Efrain Zabala Goetschel (ECU)  Juan Carlos Tafur Eisenmayer (COL)
Team eventing  Ecuador
William Narvaez Garzon
Gonzalo David Meza Paredes
Carlos Alfredo Narvaez Vasconez
Ronald Efrain Zabala Goetschel
 Peru
Cesar Augusto Barzola Rodriguez
Cesar Jhosep Bobadilla la Torre
Jorge Ugarte Cordero
Diego Andres Farje Carpio
 Colombia
Juan Pablo Garcia Salgado
Jhonathan Fabian Rodriguez Rodriguez
Juan Carlos Tafur Eisenmayer
Santiago Medina Negrete
Individual jumping (Round One; November 27)  Pablo Jose Barrios Lares (VEN)  Mark Bluman Donskoy (COL)  Andres Ignacio Rodriguez Gomez (VEN)
Individual jumping (Round Two; November 30)  Andres Ignacio Rodriguez Gomez (VEN)  Andres Ignacio Rodriguez Gomez (VEN)  Luis Ignacio Barreiro Muñoz (ECU)
Individual jumping (Round Three; November 30)  Pablo Jose Barrios Lares (VEN)  Luis Fernando Larrazabal Simon (VEN)  Luis Ignacio Barreiro Muñoz (ECU)
Team jumping  Venezuela
Luis Fernando Larrazabal Simon
Andres Ignacio Rodriguez Gomez
Pablo Jose Barrios Lares
Emanuel Alejandro Andrade Colmenares
 Colombia
Mauricio Jose Guevara Cuervo
Juan Eliades Clavijo Gomez
Mark Bluman Donskoy
Hernando Carrasco Rodriguez
 Peru
Michelle Maria Navarro Grau Dyer
Alonso Napoleon Valdez Prado
Maria Paz Gastañeta Mendiburu
Julian Duprat

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