Harry Boldt (born 23 February 1930 in Insterburg, East Prussia, Germany), is a German equestrian and Olympic champion.
He won a gold medal in the team dressage at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, and another at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal.
- ^ "Harry Boldt". SR/Olympic Sports. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
- 1928: Germany (von Langen, Linkenbach, Lotzbeck)
- 1932: France (Lesage, Marion, Jousseaume)
- 1936: Germany (Pollay, Gerhard, Oppeln-Bronikowski)
- 1948: France (Jousseaume, Paillard, Buret)
- 1952 – 1956: Sweden (Saint Cyr, Boltenstern, Persson)
- 1964: Germany (Boldt, Klimke, Neckermann)
- 1968: West Germany (Neckermann, Klimke, Linsenhoff)
- 1972: Soviet Union (Petushkova, Kizimov, Kalita)
- 1976: West Germany (Boldt, Klimke, Grillo)
- 1980: Soviet Union (Kovshov, Ugryumov, Misevich)
- 1984: West Germany (Klimke, Sauer, Krug)
- 1988: West Germany (Klimke, Linsenhoff, Theodorescu, Uphoff)
- 1992: Germany (Balkenhol, Uphoff, Theodorescu, Werth)
- 1996: Germany (Balkenhol, Schaudt, Theodorescu, Werth)
- 2000: Germany (Werth, Capellmann, Salzgeber, de Ridder)
- 2004: Germany (Kemmer, Schmidt, Schaudt, Salzgeber)
- 2008: Germany (Kemmer, Capellmann, Werth)
- 2012: Great Britain (Hester, Bechtolsheimer, Dujardin)