List of Olympic medalists in equestrian

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A dark horse, ridden by a person in a red coat, white pants and black boots, in mid-air over a jump. The jump is made of white rails spotted with red and yellow. In the background is a white fence and parts of several buildings.
A show-jumper at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona
A gray horse performing in a dirt ring, ridden by a woman in a dark top hat, coat and boots and white pants. In the background a white fence, small grassy area and a seated crowd are visible.
Dressage at the 1980 Summer Olympics
A gray horse, ridden by a woman, in mid-air over a red and white striped fence.
Show jumping at the 2012 Summer Olympics
A dark brown horse with a rider on its back in mid-air, jumping out of the water to land on a grassy bank.
An eventer jumps out of a water obstacle at the 2012 Summer Olympics
A brown horse with a rider in mid-air over a jump, surrounded by potted plants, in a dirt ring.
A show-jumper at the 2008 Olympic Games

Equestrian sports are among those contested at the Summer Olympic Games. Equine events began at the Olympics in 1900, when competitions in polo (considered by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to be a separate sport from the other equestrian events), vaulting, four-in-hand driving, mail coach driving, mixed hacks and hunters and three types of jumping (high jump, long jump and show-jumping) were held.[1][2] Most of these events were later discontinued, although equestrian events have continued through the 2008 Summer Olympics, and now include team and individual dressage, three-day eventing and show-jumping.[3] Competitors in the modern pentathlon event also have to complete an equestrian show-jumping course, but this is not part of the equestrian events.[4]

Modern-day Olympic equestrian events are rooted in cavalry skills and classical horsemanship,[5] and through 1948, competition was restricted to active-duty officers on military horses.[6] Only after 1952, as mechanization of warfare reduced the number of military riders, were civilian riders allowed to compete.[7][8] Equestrian is the only Olympic sport in which animals compete with humans, and is one of four sports in which the genders compete against each other,[9] the others being some sailing divisions, mixed doubles division in tennis and the mixed doubles division of badminton.[10][11] The rules for Olympic equestrian competition are set by the Fédération Équestre Internationale, the international governing body for equestrian sports.[3]

In two instances, the equestrian portion of the Olympics has been held in a different location from the rest of the games. The first was during the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia when, due to Australian quarantine laws, the equestrian portion was held in Stockholm, Sweden. At the next IOC meeting, it was decided to hold a special Equestrian Olympic Games several months before the actual Olympics, complete with its own opening and closing ceremonies.[12] This meant that Switzerland, which had officially boycotted the 1956 Games because of the Soviet Union's recent invasion of Hungary, still brought home a medal because of its participation in the equestrian portion several months earlier.[12][13] The second instance was during the 2008 Summer Olympics, when the equestrian events were held in Hong Kong rather than Beijing. This decision was made when, in 2005, international veterinary groups refused to certify the main Olympic city as free of equine diseases. This would have resulted in horses leaving Beijing after the games and having to go through lengthy quarantine processes before being allowed to re-enter their home countries. Hong Kong also had the benefit of having better facilities, including a top equine hospital and one of only a few equine drug-testing labs in the world.[14]

The Summer Olympics have included 2,129 equestrian participants, including 1,751 men and 378 women, from 69 countries.[1][note 1], of which 564 won a medal. As of the 2008 Olympics, 395 medals have been awarded to 31 NOCs. The oldest rider was 72-year-old Arthur von Pongracz of Austria at the 1936 Summer Olympics, while the youngest was 16-year-old Luiza Almeida of Brazil at the 2008 Summer Olympics.[1] Three athletes (Reiner Klimke of Germany, Isabell Werth of Germany and Anky van Grunsven of the Netherlands) have each earned eight medals. Germany leads the country medalist rankings with 21 gold medals (42 overall),[note 2] followed by Sweden with 17 (41 overall) and France with 12 (34 overall).[1] Canadian rider Ian Millar holds the record for the most Olympic equestrian appearances and matches the record for athletes in any sport, having competed in ten Olympics as of 2012.[15]

Current program[edit]

Dressage, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
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Carl Bonde on Emperor
 Sweden
Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern on Neptun
 Sweden
Hans von Blixen-Finecke on Maggie
 Sweden
1920 Antwerp
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Janne Lundblad on Uno
 Sweden
Bertil Sandström on Sabel
 Sweden
Hans von Rosen on Running Sister
 Sweden
1924 Paris
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Ernst Linder on Piccolomino
 Sweden
Bertil Sandström on Sabel
 Sweden
Xavier Lesage on Plumard
 France
1928 Amsterdam
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Carl Freiherr von Langen on Draufgänger
 Germany
Charles Marion on Linon
 France
Ragnar Olson on Günstling
 Sweden
1932 Los Angeles
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Xavier Lesage on Taine
 France
Charles Marion on Linon
 France
Hiram Tuttle on Olympic
 United States
1936 Berlin
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Heinz Pollay on Kronos
 Germany
Friedrich Gerhard on Absinth
 Germany
Alois Podhajsky on Nero
 Austria
1948 London
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Hans Moser on Hummer
 Switzerland
André Jousseaume on Harpagon
 France
Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern, Jr. on Trumf
 Sweden
1952 Helsinki
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Henri Saint Cyr on Master Rufus
 Sweden
Lis Hartel on Jubilee
 Denmark
André Jousseaume on Harpagon
 France
1956 Stockholm
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Henri Saint Cyr on Juli
 Sweden
Lis Hartel on Jubilee
 Denmark
Liselott Linsenhoff on Adular
 United Team of Germany
1960 Rome
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Sergei Filatov on Absent
 Soviet Union
Gustav Fischer on Wald
 Switzerland
Josef Neckermann on Asbach
 United Team of Germany
1964 Tokyo
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Henri Chammartin on Wörmann
 Switzerland
Harry Boldt on Remus
 United Team of Germany
Sergei Filatov on Absent
 Soviet Union
1968 Mexico City
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Ivan Kizimov on Ikhor
 Soviet Union
Josef Neckermann on Mariano
 West Germany
Reiner Klimke on Dux
 West Germany
1972 Munich
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Liselott Linsenhoff on Piaff
 West Germany
Yelena Petushkova on Pepel
 Soviet Union
Josef Neckermann on Venetia
 West Germany
1976 Montreal
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Christine Stückelberger on Granat
 Switzerland
Harry Boldt on Woycek
 West Germany
Reiner Klimke on Mehmed
 West Germany
1980 Moscow
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Elisabeth Theurer on Mon Cherie
 Austria
Yuri Kovshov on Igrok
 Soviet Union
Viktor Ugryumov on Shkval
 Soviet Union
1984 Los Angeles
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Reiner Klimke on Ahlerich
 West Germany
Anne Grethe Jensen on Marzog
 Denmark
Otto Hofer on Limandus
 Switzerland
1988 Seoul
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Nicole Uphoff on Rembrandt
 West Germany
Margit Otto-Crépin on Corlandus
 France
Christine Stückelberger on Gauguin de Lully CH
 Switzerland
1992 Barcelona
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Nicole Uphoff on Rembrandt
 Germany
Isabell Werth on Gigolo
 Germany
Klaus Balkenhol on Goldstern
 Germany
1996 Atlanta
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Isabell Werth on Gigolo
 Germany
Anky van Grunsven on Bonfire
 Netherlands
Sven Rothenberger on Weyden
 Netherlands
2000 Sydney
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Anky van Grunsven on Bonfire
 Netherlands
Isabell Werth on Gigolo
 Germany
Ulla Salzgeber on Rusty
 Germany
2004 Athens
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Anky van Grunsven on Salinero
 Netherlands
Ulla Salzgeber on Rusty
 Germany
Beatriz Ferrer-Salat on Beauvalais
 Spain
2008 Beijing
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Anky van Grunsven on Salinero
 Netherlands
Isabell Werth on Satchmo
 Germany
Heike Kemmer on Bonaparte
 Germany
2012 London
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Charlotte Dujardin on Valegro
 Great Britain
Adelinde Cornelissen on Parzival
 Netherlands
Laura Bechtolsheimer on Mistral Højris
 Great Britain
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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Charlotte Dujardin on Valegro
 Great Britain
Isabell Werth on Weihegold Old
 Germany
Kristina Bröring-Sprehe on Desperados FRH
 Germany

Dressage, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1928 Amsterdam
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 Germany (GER)
Carl Freiherr von Langen on Draufgänger
Hermann Linkenbach on Gimpel
Eugen Freiherr von Lotzbeck on Caracalla
 Sweden (SWE)
Ragnar Olson on Günstling
Janne Lundblad on Blackmar
Carl Bonde on Ingo
 Netherlands (NED)
Jan van Reede on Hans
Pierre Versteegh on His Excellence
Gerard le Heux on Valérine
1932 Los Angeles
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 France (FRA)
Xavier Lesage on Taine
Charles Marion on Linon
André Jousseaume on Sorelta
 Sweden (SWE)
Bertil Sandström on Kreta
Thomas Byström on Gulliver
Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern, Jr. on Ingo
 United States (USA)
Hiram Tuttle on Olympic
Isaac Kitts on American Lady
Alvin Moore on Water Pat
1936 Berlin
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 Germany (GER)
Heinz Pollay on Kronos
Friedrich Gerhard on Absinth
Hermann von Oppeln-Bronikowski on Gimpel
 France (FRA)
André Jousseaume on Favorite
Gérard de Ballorre on Debaucheur
Daniel Gillois on Nicolas
 Sweden (SWE)
Gregor Adlercreutz on Teresina
Sven Colliander on Kål XX
Folke Sandström on Pergola
1948 London
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 France (FRA)
André Jousseaume on Harpagon
Jean Saint-Fort Paillard on Sous les Ceps
Maurice Buret on Saint Quen
 United States (USA)
Robert Borg on Klingson
Earl Foster Thomson on Pancraft
Frank Henry on Reno Overdo
 Portugal (POR)
Fernando Paes on Matamas
Francisco Valadas on Feitiço
Luís Mena e Silva on Fascinante
1952 Helsinki
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 Sweden (SWE)
Henri Saint Cyr on Master Rufus
Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern, Jr. on Krest
Gehnäll Persson on Knaust
 Switzerland (SUI)
Gottfried Trachsel on Kursus
Henri Chammartin on Wöhler
Gustav Fischer on Soliman
 Germany (GER)
Heinz Pollay on Adular
Ida von Nagel on Afrika
Fritz Thiedemann on Chronist
1956 Stockholm
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 Sweden (SWE)
Henri Saint Cyr on Juli
Gehnäll Persson on Knaust
Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern, Jr. on Krest
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Liselott Linsenhoff on Adular
Hannelore Weygand on Perkunos
Anneliese Küppers on Afrika
 Switzerland (SUI)
Gottfried Trachsel on Kursus
Henri Chammartin on Wöhler
Gustav Fischer on Vasello
1960 Rome not included in the Olympic program
1964 Tokyo
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 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Harry Boldt and Remus
Reiner Klimke and Dux
Josef Neckermann and Antoinette
 Switzerland (SUI)
Henri Chammartin and Wörmann
Gustav Fischer and Wald
Marianne Gossweiler and Stephan
 Soviet Union (URS)
Sergei Filatov and Absent
Ivan Kizimov and Ikhor
Ivan Kalita and Moar
1968 Mexico City
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 West Germany (FRG)
Josef Neckermann and Mariano
Reiner Klimke and Dux
Liselott Linsenhoff and Piaff
 Soviet Union (URS)
Yelena Petushkova and Pepel
Ivan Kizimov and Ikhor
Ivan Kalita and Absent
 Switzerland (SUI)
Henri Chammartin and Wolfdietrich
Marianne Gossweiler and Stephan
Gustav Fischer and Wald
1972 Munich
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 Soviet Union (URS)
Yelena Petushkova and Pepel
Ivan Kizimov and Ikhor
Ivan Kalita and Tarif
 West Germany (FRG)
Karin Schlüter-Schmidt and Liostro
Liselott Linsenhoff and Piaff
Josef Neckermann and Venetia
 Sweden (SWE)
Ulla Håkansson and Ajax
Ninna Swaab and Casanova
Maud von Rosen and Lucky Boy
1976 Montreal
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 West Germany (FRG)
Harry Boldt and Woycek
Reiner Klimke and Mehmed
Gabriela Grillo and Ultimo
 Switzerland (SUI)
Christine Stückelberger and Granat
Ulrich Lehmann and Widin
Doris Ramseier and Roch
 United States (USA)
Hilda Gurney and Keen
Dorothy Morkis and Monaco
Edith Master and Dahlwitz
1980 Moscow
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 Soviet Union (URS)
Yuri Kovshov and Igrok
Viktor Ugryumov and Shkfval
Vera Misevich and Plot
 Bulgaria (BUL)
Petar Mandajiev and Stchibor
Svetoslav lvanov and Aleko
Gheorghi Gadjev and Vnimatelen
 Romania (ROU)
Anghelache Donescu and Dor
Dumitru Veliku and Decebal
Petre Rosca and Derbist
1984 Los Angeles
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 West Germany (FRG)
Reiner Klimke and Ahlerich
Uwe Sauer and Montevideo
Hubert Krug and Muscadeur
 Switzerland (SUI)
Otto Hofer and Limandus
Christine Stückelberger and Tansanit
Amy De Bary and Aintree
 Sweden (SWE)
Ulla Hakansson and Flamingo
Louise Nathorst and Inferno
Ingamay Bylund and Aleks
1988 Seoul
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 West Germany (FRG)
Reiner Klimke and Ahlerich 2
Ann-Kathrin Linsenhoff and Courage 10
Monica Theodorescu and Ganimedes
Nicole Uphoff and Rembrandt
 Switzerland (SUI)
Otto Josef Hofer and Andiamo
Christine Stückelberger and Gauguin de Lully CH
Daniel Ramseier and Random
Samuel Schetzmann and Rochus
 Canada (CAN)
Cynthia Neale-Ishoy and Dynasty
Eva Pracht and Emirage
Gina Smith and Malte
Ashley Nicoll and Reipo
1992 Barcelona
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 Germany (GER)
Klaus Balkenhol and Goldstern
Nicole Uphoff and Rembrandt
Monica Theodorescu and Grunox
Isabell Werth and Gigolo
 Netherlands (NED)
Tineke Bartels and Courage
Anky van Grunsven and Bonfire
Ellen Bontje and Larius
Annemarie Sanders-Keijzer and Olympic Montreux
 United States (USA)
Robert Dover and Lectron
Carol Lavell and Gifted
Charlotte Bredahl and Monsieur
Michael Poulin and Graf George
1996 Atlanta
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 Germany (GER)
Klaus Balkenhol and Goldstern
Martin Schaudt and Durgo
Monica Theodorescu and Grunox
Isabell Werth and Gigolo
 Netherlands (NED)
Tineke Bartels and Barbria
Anky van Grunsven and Bonfire
Sven Rothenberger and Weyden
Gonnelien Rothenberger and Gonnelien
 United States (USA)
Robert Dover and Metallic
Michelle Gibson and Peron
Steffen Peters and Udon
Guenter Seidel and Graf George
2000 Sydney
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 Germany (GER)
Isabell Werth and Gigolo
Nadine Capellmann and Farbenfroh
Ulla Salzgeber and Rusty
Alexandra Simons de Ridder and Chacomo
 Netherlands (NED)
Ellen Bontje and Silvano
Anky van Grunsven and Bonfire
Arjen Teeuwissen and Goliath
Coby van Baalen and Ferro
 United States (USA)
Susan Blinks and Flim Flam
Robert Dover and Ranier
Guenter Seidel and Foltaire
Christine Traurig and Etienne
2004 Athens
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 Germany (GER)
Heike Kemmer and Bonaparte
Hubertus Schmidt and Wansuela Suerte
Martin Schaudt and Weltall
Ulla Salzgeber and Rusty
 Spain (ESP)
Beatriz Ferrer-Salat and Beauvalais
Juan Antonio Jimenez and Guizo
Ignacio Rambla and Oleaje
Rafael Soto and Invasor
 United States (USA)
Lisa Wilcox and Relevant 5
Günter Seidel and Aragon
Deborah McDonald and Brentina
Robert Dover and Kennedy
2008 Beijing
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 Germany (GER)
Heike Kemmer and Bonaparte
Nadine Capellmann and Elvis Va
Isabell Werth and Satchmo
 Netherlands (NED)
Hans Peter Minderhoud and Nadine
Imke Schellekens-Bartels and Sunrise
Anky van Grunsven and Salinero
 Denmark (DEN)
Anne van Olst and Clearwater
Princess Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and Digby
Andreas Helgstrand and Don Schufro
2012 London
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 Great Britain (GBR)
Carl Hester on Uthopia
Laura Bechtolsheimer on Mistral Hojris
Charlotte Dujardin on Valegro
 Germany (GER)
Dorothee Schneider on Diva Royal
Kristina Sprehe on Desperados
Helen Langehanenberg on Damon Hill
 Netherlands (NED)
Anky van Grunsven on Salinero
Edward Gal on Undercover
Adelinde Cornelissen on Parzival
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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 Germany (GER)
Isabell Werth on Weihegold OLD
Dorothee Schneider on Showtime OLD
Kristina Broring-Sprehe on Desperados FRH
Sönke Rothenberger on Cosmo
 Great Britain (GBR)
Carl Hester on Nip Tuck
Charlotte Dujardin on Valegro
Fiona Bigwood on Orthilia
Spencer Wilton on Super Nova II
 United States (USA)
Laura Graves on Verdades
Steffen Peters on Legolas 92
Kasey Perry-Glass on Dublet
Allison M. Brock on Rosevelt

Eventing, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
Axel Nordlander on Lady Artist
 Sweden
Friedrich von Rochow on Idealist
 Germany
Jean Cariou on Cocotte
 France
1920 Antwerp
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Helmer Mörner on Germania
 Sweden
Åge Lundström on Yrsa
 Sweden
Ettore Caffaratti on Caniche
 Italy
1924 Paris
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Adolph van der Voort van Zijp on Silver-Piece
 Netherlands
Frode Kirkebjerg on Metoo
 Denmark
Sloan Doak on Pathfinder
 United States
1928 Amsterdam
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Charles Pahud de Mortanges on Marcroix
 Netherlands
Gerard de Kruijff on Va-T'en
 Netherlands
Bruno Neumann on Ilja
 Germany
1932 Los Angeles
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Charles Pahud de Mortanges on Marcroix
 Netherlands
Earl Foster Thomson on Jenny Camp
 United States
Clarence von Rosen, Jr. on Sunnyside Maid
 Sweden
1936 Berlin
details
Ludwig Stubbendorf on Nurmi
 Germany
Earl Foster Thomson on Jenny Camp
 United States
Hans Lunding on Jason
 Denmark
1948 London
details
Bernard Chevallier on Alglonne
 France
Frank Henry on Swing Low
 United States
Robert Selfelt on Claque
 Sweden
1952 Helsinki
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Hans von Blixen-Finecke, Jr. on Jubal
 Sweden
Guy Lefrant on Verdun
 France
Wilhelm Büsing on Hubertus
 Germany
1956 Stockholm
details
Petrus Kastenman on Iluster
 Sweden
August Lütke-Westhues on Trux von Kamax
 United Team of Germany
Francis Weldon on Kilbarry
 Great Britain
1960 Rome
details
Lawrence Morgan on Salad Days
 Australia
Neale Lavis on Mirrabooka
 Australia
Anton Buhler on Gay-Spark
 Switzerland
1964 Tokyo
details
Mauro Checcoli on Surbean
 Italy
Carlos Moratorio on Chalan
 Argentina
Fritz Ligges on Donkosak
 United Team of Germany
1968 Mexico City
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Jean-Jacques Guyon on Pitou
 France
Derek Allhusen on Lochinvar
 Great Britain
Michael Page on Foster
 United States
1972 Munich
details
Richard Meade on Laurieston
 Great Britain
Alessandro Argenton on Woodland
 Italy
Jan Jönsson on Sarajevo
 Sweden
1976 Montreal
details
Edmund Coffin on Bally-Cor
 United States
Michael Plumb on Better & Bette
 United States
Karl Schultz on Madrigal
 West Germany
1980 Moscow
details
Federico Roman on Rossinan
 Italy
Aleksandr Blinov on Galzun
 Soviet Union
Yuri Salnikov on Pintset
 Soviet Union
1984 Los Angeles
details
Mark Todd on Charisma
 New Zealand
Karen Stives on Ben Arthur
 United States
Virginia Holgate on Priceless
 Great Britain
1988 Seoul
details
Mark Todd on Charisma
 New Zealand
Ian Stark on Sir Wattie
 Great Britain
Virginia Leng on Master Craftsman
 Great Britain
1992 Barcelona
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Matthew Ryan on Kibah Tic Toc
 Australia
Herbert Blocker on Feine Dame
 Germany
Blyth Tait on Messiah
 New Zealand
1996 Atlanta
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Blyth Tait on Ready Teddy
 New Zealand
Sally Clark on Squirrel Hill
 New Zealand
Kerry Millikin on Out and About
 United States
2000 Sydney
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David O'Connor on Custom Made
 United States
Andrew Hoy on Swizzle In
 Australia
Mark Todd on Eyespy II
 New Zealand
2004 Athens
details
Leslie Law on Shear L'Eau
 Great Britain
Kimberly Severson on Winsome Andante
 United States
Philippa Funnell on Primmore's Pride
 Great Britain
2008 Beijing
details
Hinrich Romeike on Marius
 Germany
Gina Miles on McKinlaigh
 United States
Kristina Cook on Miners Frolic
 Great Britain
2012 London
details
Michael Jung on Sam
 Germany
Sara Algotsson Ostholt on Wega
 Sweden
Sandra Auffarth on Opgun Louvo
 Germany
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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Michael Jung on Sam FBW
 Germany
Astier Nicolas on Piaf de B'Neville
 France
Phillip Dutton on Mighty Nice
 United States

Eventing, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
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 Sweden (SWE)
Axel Nordlander on Lady Artist
Nils Adlercreutz on Atout
Ernst Casparsson on Irmelin
Henric Horn af Åminne and Omen
 Germany (GER)
Friedrich von Rochow on Idealist
Richard von Schaesberg on Grundsee
Eduard von Lütcken on Blue Boy
Carl von Moers on May-Queen
 United States (USA)
Ben Lear on Poppy
John Montgomery on Deceive
Guy Henry on Chiswell
Ephraim Graham on Connie
1920 Antwerp
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 Sweden (SWE)
Helmer Mörner on Germania
Åge Lundström on Ysra
Georg von Braun on Diana
Gustaf Dyrsch on Salamis
 Italy (ITA)
Ettore Caffaratti on Caniche
Garibaldi Spighi on Otello
Giulio Cacciandra on Facetto
Carlo Asinari on Savari
 Belgium (BEL)
Roger Moeremans d'Emaüs on Sweet Girl
Oswald Lints on Martha
Jules Bonvalet on Weppelghem
Jacques Misonne on Gaucho
1924 Paris
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 Netherlands (NED)
Adolph van der Voort van Zijp on Silver Piece
Charles Pahud de Mortanges on Johnny Walker
Gerard de Kruijff on Addio
Antonius Colenbrander on King of Hearts
 Sweden (SWE)
Claës König on Bojar
Torsten Sylvan on Anita
Gustaf Hagelin on Varius
Carl Gustaf Lewenhaupt on Canter
 Italy (ITA)
Alberto Lombardi on Pimplo
Alessandro Alvisi on Capiligio
Emanuele Beraudo di Pralormo on Mount Félix
Tommaso Lequio di Assaba on Torena
1928 Amsterdam
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 Netherlands (NED)
Charles Pahud de Mortanges on Marcroix
Gerard de Kruijff on Va-T'en
Adolph van der Voort van Zijp on Silver Piece
 Norway (NOR)
Bjart Ording on And Over
Arthur Qvist on Hidalgo
Eugen Johansen on Baby
 Poland (POL)
Michał Antoniewicz on Moja Miła
Józef Trenkwald on Lwi Pazur
Karol Rómmel on Doneuse
1932 Los Angeles
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 United States (USA)
Earl Foster Thomson on Jenny Camp
Harry Chamberlin on Pleasant Smiles
Edwin Argo on Honolulu Tomboy
 Netherlands (NED)
Charles Pahud de Mortanges on Marcroix
Karel Schummelketel on Duiveltje
Aernout van Lennep on Henk
No Bronze awarded[note 3]
1936 Berlin
details
 Germany (GER)
Ludwig Stubbendorf on Nurmi
Rudolf Lippert on Fasan
Konrad Freiherr von Wangenheim on Kurfürst
 Poland (POL)
Henryk Roycewicz on Arlekin III
Zdzisław Kawecki on Bambino
Seweryn Kulesza on Tóska
 Great Britain (GBR)
Alec Scott on Bob Clive
Edward Howard-Vyse on Blue Steel
Richard Fanshawe on Bowie Knife
1948 London
details
 United States (USA)
Frank Henry on Swing Low
Charles Anderson on Reno Palisade
Earl Foster Thomson on Reno Rhythm
 Sweden (SWE)
Robert Selfelt on Claque
Olof Stahre on Komet
Sigurd Svensson on Dust
 Mexico (MEX)
Humberto Mariles on Parral
Raúl Campero on Tarahumara
Joaquín Solano on Malinche
1952 Helsinki
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Hans von Blixen-Finecke, Jr. on Jubal
Olof Stahre on Komet
Folke Frölén on Fair
 Germany (GER)
Wilhelm Büsing on Hubertus
Klaus Wagner on Dachs
Otto Rothe on Trux von Kamax
 United States (USA)
Charles Hough, Jr. on Cassivellannus
Walter Staley, Jr. on Craigwood Park
John Wofford on Benny Grimes
1956 Stockholm
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 Great Britain (GBR)
Francis Weldon on Kilbarry
Arthur Rook on Wild Venture
Bertie Hill on Countyman III
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
August Lütke-Westhues on Trux von Kamax
Otto Rothe on Sissi
Klaus Wagner on Prinzeß
 Canada (CAN)
John Rumble on Cilroy
Jim Elder on Colleen
Brian Herbinson on Tara
1960 Rome
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 Australia (AUS)
Lawrence Morgan and Salad Days
Neale Lavis and Mirrabooka
Bill Roycroft and Our Solo
 Switzerland (SUI)
Anton Bühler and Gay Spark
Hans Schwarzenbach and Burn Trout
Rudolf Günthardt and Atbara
 France (FRA)
Jack le Goff and Image
Guy Lefrant and Nicias
Jehan le Roy and Garden
1964 Tokyo
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 Italy (ITA)
Mauro Checcoli and Surbean
Paolo Angioni and King
Giuseppe Ravano and Royal Love
 United States (USA)
Michael Page and Grasshopper
Kevin Freeman and Gallopade
Michael Plumb and Bold Minstrel
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Fritz Ligges and Donkosak
Horst Karsten and Condora
Gerhard Schulz and Balza X
1968 Mexico City
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Derek Allhusen and Lochinvar
Richard Meade and Cornishman V
Reuben Jones and The Poacher
 United States (USA)
Michael Page and Foster
James C. Wofford and Kilkenny
Michael Plumb and Plain Sailing
 Australia (AUS)
Wayne Roycroft and Zhivago
Brien Cobcroft and Depeche
Bill Roycroft and Warrathoola
1972 Munich
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Richard Meade and Laurieston
Mary Gordon-Watson and Cornishman V
Bridget Parker and Cornish Gold
Mark Phillips and Great Ovation
 United States (USA)
Kevin Freeman and Good Mixture
Bruce Davidson and Plain Sailing
Michael Plumb and Free and Easy
James C. Wofford and Kilkenny
 West Germany (FRG)
Harry Klugmann and Christopher Robert
Ludwig Gössing and Chicago
Karl Schultz and Pisco
Horst Karsten and Sioux
1976 Montreal
details
 United States (USA)
Edmund Coffin and Bally-Cor
Michael Plumb and Better & Better
Bruce Davidson and Irish-Cap
Mary Anne Tauskey and Marcus Aurelius
 West Germany (FRG)
Karl Schultz and Madrigal
Herbert Blöcker and Albrant
Helmut Rethemeier and Pauline
Otto Ammermann and Volturno
 Australia (AUS)
Wayne Roycroft and Laurenson
Mervyn Bennet and Regal Reign
Bill Roycroft and Version
Denis Pigott and Hillstead
1980 Moscow
details
 Soviet Union (URS)
Aleksandr Blinov and Galzun
Yuri Salnikov and Pintset
Valery Volkov and Tskheti
Sergei Rogozhin and Gelespont
 Italy (ITA)
Federico Roman and Rossinan
Anna Casagrande and Daleye
Mauro Roman and Dourakine 4
Marina Sciocchetti
 Mexico (MEX)
Yocupicio Manuel Mendivil and Alymony
Rios David Barcena and Bombon
Soto Jose Luis Perez and Quelite
Lopez Fabian Vazquez
1984 Los Angeles
details
 United States (USA)
Michael Plumb and Blue Stone
Karen Stives and Ben Arthur
Torrance Fleischmann and Finvarra
Bruce Davidson and JJ Babu
 Great Britain (GBR)
Virginia Leng and Priceless
Ian Stark and Oxford Blue
Diana Clapham and Windjammer
Lucinda Green and Regal Realm
 West Germany (FRG)
Bettina Overesch and Peacetime
Burkhard Tesdorpf and Freedom
Claus Erhorn and Fair Lady
Dietmar Hogrefe and Foliant
1988 Seoul
details
 West Germany (FRG)
Claus Erhorn and Justyn Thyme
Matthias Andreas Baumann and Shamrock 11
Thies Kaspareit and Sherry 42
Ralf Ehrenbrink and Uncle Todd
 Great Britain (GBR)
Mark Phillips and Cartier
Karen Straker and Get Smart
Virginia Leng and Master Craftsman
Ian Stark and Sir Wattie
 New Zealand (NZL)
Mark Todd and Charisma
Margaret Knighton and Enterprise
Andrew Bennie and Grayshott
Tinks Pottinger and Volunteer
1992 Barcelona
details
 Australia (AUS)
David Green and Duncan II
Gillian Rolton and Peppermint Grove
Andrew Hoy and Kiwi
Matthew Ryan and Kibah Tic Toc
 New Zealand (NZL)
Blyth Tait and Missiah
Andrew Nicholson and Spinning Rhombus
Mark Todd and Welton Greylag
Victoria Latta and Chief
 Germany (GER)
Herbert Bloecker and Feine Dame
Ralf Ehrenbrink and Kildare II
Matthias Baumann and Alabaster
Cord Mysegages and Ricardo
1996 Atlanta
details
 Australia (AUS)
Wendy Schaeffer and Sunburst
Gillian Rolton and Peppermint Grove
Andrew Hoy and Darien Powers
Phillip Dutton and True Blue Girdwood
 United States (USA)
Karen O'Connor and Biko
David O'Connor and Giltedge
Bruce Davidson and Heyday
Jill Henneberg and Nirvana
 New Zealand (NZL)
Blyth Tait and Chesterfield
Andrew Nicholson and Jaggermeister II
Vaughn Jefferis and Bounce
Victoria Latta and Broadcast News
2000 Sydney
details
 Australia (AUS)
Phillip Dutton and House Doctor
Andrew Hoy and Darien Powers
Stuart Tinney and Jeepster
Matt Ryan and Kibah Sandstone
 Great Britain (GBR)
Ian Stark and Jaybee
Jeanette Brakewell and Over To You
Pippa Funnell and Supreme Rock
Leslie Law and Shear H2O
 United States (USA)
Nina Fout and 3 Magic Beans
Karen O'Connor and Prince Panache
David O'Connor and Giltedge
Linden Wiesman and Anderoo
2004 Athens
details
 France (FRA)
Arnaud Boiteau and Expo du Moulin
Cédric Lyard and Fine Merveille
Didier Courrèges and Débat d'Estruval
Jean Teulère and Espoir de la Mère
Nicolas Touzaint and Galan de Sauvegère
 Great Britain (GBR)
Jeanette Brakewell and Over To You
Mary King and King Solomon III
Leslie Law and Shear L'Eau
Pippa Funnell and Primmore's Pride
William Fox-Pitt and Tamarillo
 United States (USA)
Kimberly Severson and Winsome Adante
Darren Chiacchia and Windfall II
John Williams and Carrick
Amy Tryon and Poggio II
Julie Richards and Jacob Two Two
2008 Beijing
details
 Germany (GER)
Peter Thomsen and The Ghost of Hamish
Frank Ostholt and Mr. Medicott
Andreas Dibowski and Butts Leon
Ingrid Klimke and Abraxxas
Hinrich Romeike and Marius
 Australia (AUS)
Shane Rose and All Luck
Sonja Johnson and Ringwould Jaguar
Lucinda Fredericks and Headley Britannia
Clayton Fredericks and Ben Along Time
Megan Jones and Irish Jester
 Great Britain (GBR)
Sharon Hunt and Tankers Town
Daisy Dick and Spring Along
William Fox-Pitt and Parkmore Ed
Kristina Cook and Miners Frolic
Mary King and Call Again Cavalier
2012 London
details
 Germany (GER)
Peter Thomsen on Barny
Dirk Schrade on King Artus
Ingrid Klimke on Butts Abraxxas
Sandra Auffarth on Opgun Louvo
Michael Jung on Sam
 Great Britain (GBR)
Nicola Wilson on Opposition Buzz
Mary King on Imperial Cavalier
Zara Phillips on High Kingdom
Kristina Cook on Miners Frolic
William Fox-Pitt on Lionheart
 New Zealand (NZL)
Jonelle Richards on Flintstar
Jonathan Paget on Clifton Promise
Caroline Powell on Lenamore
Andrew Nicholson on Nereo
Mark Todd on Campino
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 France (FRA)
Karim Laghouag on Entebbe
Thibaut Vallette on Qing du Briot
Mathieu Lemoine on Bart L
Astier Nicolas on Piaf de B'Neville
 Germany (GER)
Julia Krajewski on Samourai du Thot
Sandra Auffarth on Opgun Louvo
Ingrid Klimke on Hale-Bob Old
Michael Jung on Sam FBW
 Australia (AUS)
Shane Rose on CP Qualified
Stuart Tinney on Pluto Mio
Sam Griffiths on Paulank Brockagh
Christopher Burton on Santano II

Jumping, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Aimé Haegeman on Benton II
 Belgium
Georges van der Poële on Windsor Squire
 Belgium
Louis de Champsavin on Terpsichore
 France
1904–1908 not included in the Olympic program
1912 Stockholm
details
Jean Cariou on Mignon
 France
Rabod von Kröcher on Dohna
 Germany
Emmanuel de Blommaert on Clonmore
 Belgium
1920 Antwerp
details
Tommaso Lequio di Assaba on Trebecco
 Italy
Alessandro Valerio on Cento
 Italy
Carl Gustaf Lewenhaupt on Mon Coeur
 Sweden
1924 Paris
details
Alphonse Gemuseus on Lucette
 Switzerland
Tommaso Lequio di Assaba on Trebecco
 Italy
Adam Królikiewicz on Picador
 Poland
1928 Amsterdam
details
František Ventura on Elliot
 Czechoslovakia
Pierre Bertran de Balanda on Papillon
 France
Charles-Gustave Kuhn on Pepita
 Switzerland
1932 Los Angeles
details
Takeichi Nishi on Uranus
 Japan
Harry Chamberlin on Show Girl
 United States
Clarence von Rosen, Jr. on Empire
 Sweden
1936 Berlin
details
Kurt Hasse on Tora
 Germany
Henri Rang on Delfis
 Romania
József von Platthy on Sello
 Hungary
1948 London
details
Humberto Mariles Cortés on Arete
 Mexico
Rubén Uriza on Harvey
 Mexico
Jean-François d'Orgeix on Sucre de Pomme
 France
1952 Helsinki
details
Pierre Jonquères d'Oriola on Ali Baba
 France
Oscar Cristi on Bambi
 Chile
Fritz Thiedemann on Meteor
 Germany
1956 Stockholm
details
Hans Günter Winkler on Halla
 United Team of Germany
Raimondo D'Inzeo on Merano
 Italy
Piero D'Inzeo on Uruguay
 Italy
1960 Rome
details
Raimondo D'Inzeo on Posillipo
 Italy
Piero D'Inzeo on The Rock
 Italy
David Broome on Sunsalve
 Great Britain
1964 Tokyo
details
Pierre Jonquères d'Oriola on Lutteur
 France
Hermann Schridde on Dozent
 United Team of Germany
Peter Robeson on Firecrest
 Great Britain
1968 Mexico City
details
William Steinkraus on Snowbound
 United States
Marion Coakes on Stroller
 Great Britain
David Broome on Mister Softee
 Great Britain
1972 Munich
details
Graziano Mancinelli on Ambassador
 Italy
Ann Moore on Psalm
 Great Britain
Neal Shapiro on Sloopy
 United States
1976 Montreal
details
Alwin Schockemöhle on Warwick Rex
 West Germany
Michel Vaillancourt on Branch County
 Canada
Francois Mathy on Gai Luron
 Belgium
1980 Moscow
details
Jan Kowalczyk on Artemor
 Poland
Nikolai Korolkov on Espadron
 Soviet Union
Joaquin Perez Heras on Alymony
 Mexico
1984 Los Angeles
details
Joseph Fargis on Touch of Class
 United States
Conrad Homfeld on Abdullah
 United States
Heidi Robbiani on Jessica V
 Switzerland
1988 Seoul
details
Pierre Durand, Jr. on Jappeloup
 France
Greg Best on Gem Twist
 United States
Karsten Huck on Nepomuk
 West Germany
1992 Barcelona
details
Ludger Beerbaum on Classic Touch
 Germany
Piet Raymakers on Ratina Z
 Netherlands
Norman Dello Joio on Irish
 United States
1996 Atlanta
details
Ulrich Kirchhoff on Jus de Pommes
 Germany
Willi Melliger on Calvaro
 Switzerland
Alexandra Ledermann on Rochet M
 France
2000 Sydney
details
Jeroen Dubbeldam on De Sjiem
 Netherlands
Albert Voorn on Lando
 Netherlands
Khaled Al-Eid on Khashm Al Aan
 Saudi Arabia
2004 Athens
details
Rodrigo Pessoa on Baloubet du Rouet
 Brazil
Chris Kappler on Royal Kaliber
 United States
Marco Kutscher on Montender 2
 Germany
2008 Beijing
details
Eric Lamaze on Hickstead
 Canada
Rolf-Göran Bengtsson on Ninja
 Sweden
Beezie Madden on Authentic
 United States
2012 London
details
Steve Guerdat on Nino Des Buissonets
 Switzerland
Gerco Schroder on London
 Netherlands
Cian O'Connor on Blue Loyd 12
 Ireland
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Nick Skelton on Big Star
 Great Britain
Peder Fredricson on All In
 Sweden
Eric Lamaze on Fine Lady 5
 Canada

Jumping, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Gustaf Lewenhaupt on Medusa
Gustaf Kilman on Gåtan
Hans von Rosen on Lord Iron
Fredrik Rosencrantz on Drabant
 France (FRA)
Michel Dufourt on Amazone
Jean Cariou on Mignon
Ernest Meyer on Allons-y
Gaston Seigner on Cocotte
 Germany (GER)
Sigismund Freyer on Ultimus
Wilhelm von Hohenau on Pretty Girl
Ernst Deloch on Hubertus
Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia on Gibson Boy
1920 Antwerp
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Claës König on Tresor
Hans von Rosen on Poor Boy
Daniel Norling on Eros II
Frank Martin on Kohort
 Belgium (BEL)
Henri Laame on Biscuit
André Coumans on 'Lisette
Herman de Gaiffier d'Hestroy on
Miss
Herman d'Oultromont on
Lord Kitchener
 Italy (ITA)
Ettore Caffaratti on Tradittore
Alessandro Alvisi on Raggio di Sole
Giulio Cacciandra on Fortunello
Carlo Asinari on Varone
1924 Paris
details
 Sweden (SWE)
Åke Thelning on Loke
Axel Ståhle on Cecil
Åge Lundström on Anvers
 Switzerland (SUI)
Alphonse Gemuseus on Lucette
Werner Stuber on Girandole
Hans Bühler on Sailor Boy
 Portugal (POR)
António Borges on Reginald
Hélder de Souza on Avro
José Mouzinho on Hetrugo
1928 Amsterdam
details
 Spain (ESP)
José Navarro Morenes on Zapatazo
José Álvarez de Bohórquez on Zalamero
Julio García Fernández de los Ríos on Revistade
 Poland (POL)
Kazimierz Gzowski on Mylord
Kazimierz Szosland on Ali
Michał Antoniewicz on Readgleadt
 Sweden (SWE)
Karl Hansén on Gerold
Carl Björnstjerna on Kornett
Ernst Hallberg on Loke
1932 Los Angeles
details
No medalists (no nation completed the course with three riders).
1936 Berlin
details
 Germany (GER)
Kurt Hasse on Tora
Marten von Barnekow on Nordland
Heinz Brandt on Alchimist
 Netherlands (NED)
Johan Greter on Ernica
Jan de Bruine on Trixie
Henri van Schaik on Santa Bell
 Portugal (POR)
José Beltrão on Biscuit
Domingos de Sousa on Merle Blanc
Luís Mena e Silva on Fossette
1948 London
details
 Mexico (MEX)
Humberto Mariles on Arete
Rubén Uriza on Harvey
Alberto Valdés on Chihuchoc
 Spain (ESP)
Jaime García on Bizarro
José Navarro Morenes on Quórum
Marcellino Gavilán on Forajido
 Great Britain (GBR)
Harry Llewellyn on Foxhunter
Henry Nicoll on Kilgeddin
Arthur Carr on Monty
1952 Helsinki
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Wilfred White on Nizefela
Douglas Stewart on Aherlow
Harry Llewellyn on Foxhunter
 Chile (CHI)
Óscar Cristi on Bambi
César Mendoza on Pillán
Ricardo Echeverría on Lindo Peal
 United States (USA)
William Steinkraus on Hollandia
Arthur McCashin on Miss Budweiser
John William Russell on Democrat
1956 Stockholm
details
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Hans Günter Winkler on Halla
Fritz Thiedemann on Meteor
Alfons Lütke-Westhues on Ala
 Italy (ITA)
Raimondo D'Inzeo on Merano
Piero D'Inzeo on Uruguay
Salvatore Oppes on Pagoro
 Great Britain (GBR)
Wilfred White on Nizefela
Pat Smythe on Flanagan
Peter Robeson on Scorchin
1960 Rome
details
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Hans Günter Winkler and Halla
Fritz Thiedemann and Meteor
Alwin Schockemöhle and Ferdl
 United States (USA)
Frank Chapot and Trail Guide
William Steinkraus and Ksar d'Esprit
George H. Morris and Sinjon
 Italy (ITA)
Raimondo D'Inzeo and Posillipo
Piero D'Inzeo and The Rock
Antonio Oppes and The Scholar
1964 Tokyo
details
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Hermann Schridde and Dozent II
Kurt Jarasinski and Torro
Hans Günter Winkler and Fidelitas
 France (FRA)
Pierre Jonquères d'Oriola and Lutteur B
Janou Lefèbvre and Kenavo D
Guy Lefrant and Monsieur de Littry
 Italy (ITA)
Piero D'Inzeo and Sun Beam
Raimondo D'Inzeo and Posillipo
Graziano Mancinelli and Rockette
1968 Mexico City
details
 Canada (CAN)
James Day and Canadian Club
Thomas Gayford and Big Dee
Jim Elder and The Immigrant
 France (FRA)
Jean Rozier and Quo Vadis
Janou Lefèbvre and Rocket
Pierre Jonquères d'Oriola and Nagir
 West Germany (FRG)
Hermann Schridde and Dozent II
Alwin Schockemöhle and Donald Rex
Hans Günter Winkler and Enigk
1972 Munich
details
 West Germany (FRG)
Fritz Ligges and Robin
Gerhard Wiltfang and Askan
Hartwig Steenken and Simona
Hans Günter Winkler and Trophy
 United States (USA)
William Steinkraus and Main Spring
Neal Shapiro and Sloopy
Kathryn Kusner and Fleet Apple
Frank Chapot and White Lightning
 Italy (ITA)
Vittorio Orlandi and Fulmer Feather
Raimondo D'Inzeo and Fiorello
Graziano Mancinelli and Ambassador
Piero D'Inzeo and Easter Light
1976 Montreal
details
 France (FRA)
Hubert Parot and Rivage
Jean-Marcel Rozier and Bayard de Maupas
Marc Roguet and Belle de Mars
Michel Roche and Un Espoir
 West Germany (FRG)
Alwin Schockemöhle and Warwick Rex
Hans Günter Winkler and Torphy
Sönke Sönksen and Kwepe
Paul Schockemöhle and Agent
 Belgium (BEL)
Eric Wauters and Gute Sitte
François Mathy and Gai Luron
Edgar-Henri Cuepper and Le Champion
Stanny Van Paesschen and Porsche
1980 Moscow
details
 Soviet Union (URS)
Vyacheslav Chukanov and Gepatit
Viktor Poganovsky and Topky
Viktor Asmaev and Reis
Nikolai Korolkov and Espadron
 Poland (POL)
Marian Kozicki and Bremen
Jan Kowalczyk and Artemor
Wiesław Hartman and Norton
Janusz Bobik and Szampan
 Mexico (MEX)
Joaquin Perez Heras and Alymony
Jesus Gomez Portugal and Massacre
Valencia Gerardo Tazzer and Caribe
Alberto Valdes Lacarra and Lady Mirka
1984 Los Angeles
details
 United States (USA)
Joseph Fargis and Touch of Class
Conrad Homfeld and Abdullah
Leslie Howard and Albany
Melanie Smith and Calypso
 Great Britain (GBR)
Michael Whitaker and Overton Amanda
John Whitaker and Ryans Son
Steven Smith and Shining Example
Timothy Grubb and Linky
 West Germany (FRG)
Paul Schockemöhle and Deister
Peter Luther and Livius
Franke Sloothaak and Farmer
Fritz Ligges and Ramzes
1988 Seoul
details
 West Germany (FRG)
Ludger Beerbaum and The Freak
Wolfgang Brinkmann and Pedro
Dirk Hafemeister and Orchidee 76
Franke Sloothaak and Walzerkonig 19
 United States (USA)
Greg Best and Gem Twist
Lisa Ann Jacquin and For the Moment
Anne Kursinski and Starman
Joseph Fargis and Mill Pearl
 France (FRA)
Hubert Bourdy and Morgat
Frédéric Cottier and Flambeau C
Michel Robert and La Fayette
Pierre Durand, Jr. and Jappeloup de Luze
1992 Barcelona
details
 Netherlands (NED)
Piet Raymakers and Ratina Z
Bert Romp and Waldo E
Jan Tops and Top Gun
Jos Lansink and Egano
 Austria (AUT)
Boris Boor and Love Me Tender
Joerg Muenzner and Graf Grande
Hugo Simon and Apricot D
Thomas Fruehmann and Genius
 France (FRA)
Hervé Godignon and Quidam de Revel
Hubert Bourdy and Razzina du Poncel
Michel Robert and Nonix
Eric Navet and Quito de Baussy
1996 Atlanta
details
 Germany (GER)
Franke Sloothaak and Joly Coeur
Lars Nieberg and For Pleasure
Ulrich Kirchhoff and Jus De Pommes
Ludger Beerbaum and Ratina Z
 United States (USA)
Peter Leone and Legato
Leslie Burr-Howard and Extreme
Anne Kursinski and Eros
Michael R. Matz and Rhum
 Brazil (BRA)
Luiz Felipe De Azevedo and Cassiana
Álvaro Miranda Neto and Aspen
André Johannpeter and Calei
Rodrigo Pessoa and Tomboy
2000 Sydney
details
 Germany (GER)
Ludger Beerbaum and Goldfever 3
Lars Nieberg and Esprit FRH
Marcus Ehning and For Pleasure
Otto Becker and Dobels Cento
 Switzerland (SUI)
Markus Fuchs and Tinka's Boy
Beat Maendli and Pozitano
Lesley McNaught and Dulf
Willi Melliger and Calvaro V
 Brazil (BRA)
Rodrigo Pessoa and Baloubet du Rouet
Luiz Felipe De Azevedo and Ralph
Álvaro Miranda Neto and Aspen
André Johannpeter and Calei
2004 Athens
details
 United States (USA)
Peter Wylde and Fein Cera
McLain Ward and Sapphire
Beezie Madden and Authentic
Chris Kappler and Royal Kaliber
 Sweden (SWE)
Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Mac Kinley
Malin Baryard and Butterfly Flip
Peter Eriksson and Cardento
Peder Fredericson and Magic Bengtsson
 Germany (GER)
Otto Becker and Dobels Cento
Marco Kutscher and Montender 2
Christian Ahlmann and Cöster
2008 Beijing
details
 United States (USA)
McLain Ward and Sapphire
Laura Kraut and Cedric
Will Simpson and Carlsson vom Dach
Beezie Madden and Authentic
 Canada (CAN)
Jill Henselwood and Special Ed
Eric Lamaze and Hickstead
Ian Millar and In Style
Mac Cone and Ole
 Switzerland (SUI)
Christina Liebherr and No Mercy
Pius Schwizer and Nobless M
Niklaus Schurtenberger and Cantus
Steve Guerdat and Jalisca Solier
2012 London
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Scott Brash on Hello Sanctos
Peter Charles on Vindicat
Ben Maher on Tripple X
Nick Skelton on Big Star
 Netherlands (NED)
Marc Houtzager on Tamino
Gerco Schroder on London
Maikel van der Vleuten on Verdi
Jur Vrieling on Bubalu
 Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Ramzy Al Duhami on Bayard Van the Villa There
HRH Prince Abdullah Al Saud on Davos
Kamal Bahamdan on Noblesse Des Tess
Abdullah Waleed Sharbatly on Sultan
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 France (FRA)
Philippe Rozier on Rahotep de Toscane
Kevin Staut on Rêveur de Hurtebise
Roger-Yves Bost on Sydney une Prince
Pénélope Leprevost on Flora de Mariposa
 United States (USA)
Kent Farrington on Voyeur
Lucy Davis on Barron
McLain Ward on HH Azur
Elizabeth Madden on Cortes 'C''
 Germany (GER)
Christian Ahlmann on Taloubet Z
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum on Fibonacci
Daniel Deusser on First Class
Ludger Beerbaum on Casello

Discontinued events[edit]

A dark horse, moving in a grassy area. The horse is ridden by two women, one on the others shoulders, and both women are wearing white dresses. In the background is a large seated crowd.
A 1958 photo of a German vaulting team

High jump[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Dominique Gardères
 France
none awarded[note 4] Georges van der Poële
 Belgium
Giovanni Giorgio Trissino
 Italy

Long jump[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Constant van Langhendonck
 Belgium
Giovanni Giorgio Trissino
 Italy
de Bellegarde
 France

Vaulting, individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
Daniel Bouckaert
 Belgium
Field
 France
Louis Finet
 Belgium

Vaulting, team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Antwerp
details
 Belgium (BEL)
Daniel Bouckaert
Louis Finet
van Ranst
[note 5]
 France (FRA)
Field
Salins
Cauchy
 Sweden (SWE)
Carl Green
Anders Mårtensson
Oskar Nilsson

Unofficial events[edit]

These two events were contested only at the 1900 Summer Games. Today, the IOC does not recognize them as official events, but instead as unofficial or demonstration events.

Four dark horses, harnessed to a black cart driven by three people. The horses are moving quickly through water, and in the background a bank covered with grass and rocks is visible.
A four-in-hand driving team

Mixed hacks and hunters combined[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Louis Napoléon Murat
 France
Archenoul
 France
Robert de Montesquiou-Fézensac
 France

Mail coach[edit]

This event was also known as the "Mixed four-in-hand", and appears that way in some references.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
details
Georges Nagelmackers
 Belgium
Léon Thome
 France
Jean, Baron de Neuflize
 France

Statistics[edit]

Athlete medal leaders[edit]

Athletes who have won at least five medals are listed below.

Athlete Nation Gender Olympics Gold Silver Bronze Total
Werth, IsabellIsabell Werth  Germany (GER) Female 1992, 1996, 2000, 2008, 2016 6 4 0 10
Klimke, ReinerReiner Klimke  Germany (GER) Male 1960, 1964, 1968, 1976, 1984, 1988 6 0 2 8
Winkler, Hans GünterHans Günter Winkler  Germany (GER) Male 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976 5 1 1 7
Mortanges, Charles Pahud deCharles Pahud de Mortanges  Netherlands (NED) Male 1924, 1928, 1932, 1936 4 1 0 5
van Grunsven, AnkyAnky van Grunsven  Netherlands (NED) Female 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 3 5 1 9
Plumb, MichaelMichael Plumb  United States (USA) Male 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1984, 1992 2 4 0 6
Foster Thomson, EarlEarl Foster Thomson  United States (USA) Male 1932, 1936, 1948 2 3 0 5
Neckermann, JosefJosef Neckermann  Germany (GER) Male 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972 2 2 2 6
Jousseaume, AndréAndré Jousseaume  France (FRA) Male 1932, 1936, 1948, 1952, 1956 2 2 1 5
Linsenhoff, LiselottLiselott Linsenhoff  Germany (GER) Female 1956, 1968, 1972 2 2 1 5
Todd, MarkMark Todd  New Zealand (NZL) Male 1984, 1988, 1992, 2000, 2008, 2012 2 1 3 6
Stückelberger, ChristineChristine Stückelberger  Switzerland (SUI) Female 1972, 1976, 1984, 1988, 1996, 2000 1 3 1 5
D'Inzeo, RaimondoRaimondo D'Inzeo  Italy (ITA) Male 1948, 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976 1 2 3 6
Chammartin, HenriHenri Chammartin  Switzerland (SUI) Male 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968 1 2 2 5
Fischer, GustavGustav Fischer  Switzerland (SUI) Male 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968 0 3 2 5
D'Inzeo, PieroPiero D'Inzeo  Italy (ITA) Male 1948, 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976 0 2 4 6

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This number is approximate, because the number of competitors in early games is uncertain in many cases.
  2. ^ Note that this is only the medals won Germany as a whole country; medals won by the Unified Team of Germany (EUA) and the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) are not included. The IOC considers these three separate National Olympic Committees and lists their results as such, but another major database combines Germany and the EUA, while leaving the FRG separate.[1]
  3. ^ This was because only two teams finished the competition.[16]
  4. ^ Two gold medals were awarded due to the top two competitors tying for the highest jump, at 1.8 metres (71 in)[17]
  5. ^ The IOC medal database shows two more team members van Schauwbroeck and van Cauwenberg,[18] however another major database shows only three medalists, although it also includes two men named Van Schauwenbroeck and Albert Van Cauwenburg in the individual vaulting category.[19]

References[edit]

General
  • "All the Medallists since 1896". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved November 9, 2009. 
  • Kubatko, Justin. "Equestrianism". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved October 21, 2009. 
  • "Stats: Paris 1900". Beijing 2008. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved November 10, 2009. 
  • Bryant, Jennifer O. (2000). Olympic Equestrian: The Sports and the Stories from Stockholm to Sydney. Canada: The Blood-Horse, Inc. ISBN 1-58150-044-0. 
Specific
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  2. ^ Bryant, Jennifer O. (2000). Olympic Equestrian: The Sports and the Stories from Stockholm to Sydney. Canada: The Blood-Horse, Inc. pp. 24–25. ISBN 1-58150-044-0. 
  3. ^ a b "Equestrian". The Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. Retrieved October 21, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Modern Pentathlon: Inside this Sport". NBC Beijing 2008. NBC Universal. Retrieved October 29, 2009. 
  5. ^ Bryant, Jennifer O. (2000). Olympic Equestrian: The Sports and the Stories from Stockholm to Sydney (1st ed.). Canada: The Blood-Horse, Inc. pp. 14–15. ISBN 1-58150-044-0. 
  6. ^ Edwards, Elwyn Hartley and Candida Geddes (editors) (1987). The Complete Horse Book. North Pomfret, VT: Trafalgar Square, Inc. p. 292. ISBN 0-943955-00-9. 
  7. ^ Edwards, Elwyn Hartley and Candida Geddes (editors) (1987). The Complete Horse Book. North Pomfret, VT: Trafalgar Square, Inc. p. 296. ISBN 0-943955-00-9. 
  8. ^ Reuters (August 7, 2008). "Factbox for Equestrianism". Reuters Website. Reuters. Retrieved August 7, 2008. 
  9. ^ "Equestrian: Inside this Sport". NBC Beijing 2008. NBC Universal. Retrieved October 21, 2009. 
  10. ^ "Sailing: Inside This Sport". NBC Beijing 2008. NBC Universal. Retrieved November 9, 2009. 
  11. ^ "Badminton: Inside this Sport". NBC Beijing 2008. NBC Universal. Retrieved November 9, 2009. 
  12. ^ a b Kubatko, Justin. "1956 Stockholm Equestrian Games". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference, LLC. Retrieved November 11, 2009. 
  13. ^ "Three countries boycott the Games in Melbourne". CBC Sports. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. August 7, 2009. Retrieved November 18, 2009. 
  14. ^ Bradsher, Keith (August 3, 2008). "Haze, Humidity and Horses". The New York Times. Retrieved November 11, 2009. 
  15. ^ "10-time Olympian Ian Millar left off Canadian show jumping team", NBC Olympics, July 14, 2016.
  16. ^ "Games of the X Olympiad" (PDF). Fédération Equestre Internationale. Retrieved January 18, 2011. 
  17. ^ Kubatko, Justin. "Equestrianism at the 1900 Paris Summer Games: Mixed High Jump". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference, LLC. Retrieved November 10, 2009. 
  18. ^ "All the Medallists since 1896 - Vaulting". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved October 9, 2009. 
  19. ^ Kubatko, Justin. "Belgium Equestrianism at the 1920 Antwerpen Summer Games". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved October 9, 2009.