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Individual, Men

Date15 July 1912 — 08:00-11:00, 12:00-
LocationStockholms Olympiastadion, Stockholm
Participants21 from 8 countries
FormatPlacement by ordinals.

This event was called the Prize Riding Event in the Official Report, was similar to, but not precisely the same as what we now know as dressage. In addition to the dressage tests, there were a number of obstacles to negotiate. Four of these had a height between 0.8-1.1 metres, one had a length of 3.0 metres, and one was a rolling barrel 0.8 metre in diameter. The Swedes dominated the competition, their six riders finishing in the top eight places, and sweeping the medals. The gold medalist, Carl Bonde, did not compete at the 1920 or 1924 Olympics, but in 1928 at Amsterdam, he was on the Swedish dressage team which won the silver medal. In the 1928 individual dressage he placed 19th. Bonde was awarded the The Emperor of Austria’s Challenge Prize, in addition to his gold medal.

1Carl, Count BondeSWE15Gold
2Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern, Sr.SWE21Silver
3Hans von Blixen-Finecke, Sr.SWE32Bronze
4Fritz von OesterleyGER36
5Carl RosenbladSWE43
6Oscar af StrömSWE47
7Felix BürknerGER51
8Carl KruckenbergSWE51
9Mikhail YekimovRUS62
10Gaston SeignerFRA73
11Andreas von FlotowGER77
12Carl von MoersGER83
13Guy HenryUSA93
14Jacques CariouFRA94
15Jens FalkenbergNOR103
16Rudolf KeyperDEN111
17Gaston de TrannoyBEL117
18Carl Høst SaunteDEN120
19Pierre Dufour d'AstafortFRA123
20Jack MontgomeryUSA130
21Emmanuel de Blommaert de SoyeBEL135