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Equestrianism at the 1900 Paris Summer Games:

Mixed Hacks And Hunter Combined

Equestrianism at the 1900 Summer Games:

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Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Breteuil Square, Paris
Date Started: May 31, 1900
Date Finished: May 31, 1900

Gold: FRA Louis Napoléon Murat
Silver: FRA  Archenoul
Bronze: FRA Robert de Montesquiou-Fézensac

Summary

Hacks and hunters, also called hunter hack, is an English pleasure show class where the riders perform on the flat at a walk, trot, canter and hand gallop, and then jump two low fences. Scoring is based on the horse and riders’ manners, gait, and conformation and their ability to jump the fences cleanly. Virtually nothing is known about this event in 1900, which has never again been on the Olympic Program. The title was won by Louis Napoléon Murat, who was the great-nephew of the Emperor Napoléon I of France, and the great-grandfather of the actor René Auberjonois. Two women competed, Italian Elvira Guerra and France’s [Moulin], whose first name is not known.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Horse Medal
1 Louis Napoléon Murat 48 France FRA The General Gold
2 Archenoul France FRA Retournelle Silver
3 Robert de Montesquiou-Fézensac 45 France FRA Grey Leg Bronze
4 Marcel Haëntjens 30 France FRA Mavourneen
AC Maurice Jéhin France FRA Biscuit
AC René, Count de Quincey 41 France FRA Cy Beau
AC Roy France FRA Reine de Sabat
AC Louis de Champsavin 32 France FRA Terpsichore
AC Elvira Guerra Italy ITA Libertin
AC Harold, Viscount Dillon 56 Great Britain GBR Duke d'Aoste
AC Georges de Lagarenne 43 France FRA Louqsor
AC Hermann Mandl Austria AUT
AC Georges Van Der Poele Belgium BEL
AC Cordon France FRA
AC Vigneulles France FRA
AC Mathieu de Lesseps 29 France FRA
AC Élie de Polyakov Russia RUS
AC Moulin France FRA