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Equestrianism at the 1928 Amsterdam Summer Games:

Men's Dressage, Individual

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Host City: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Venue(s): Sports Park, Hilversum
Date Started: August 10, 1928
Date Finished: August 11, 1928
Format: Placement by point scores.

Gold: GER Carl von Langen-Parow
Silver: FRA Charles Marion
Bronze: SWE Ragnar Olson

Summary

The individual dressage was won comfortably by Germany's Carl, Baron von Langen-Parow riding [Draufgänger]. He was competing in his only Olympics and would win a second gold medal in the team dressage. He also competed in jumping at Amsterdam but did not make the podium in that discipline. The silver medal went to France's Charles Marion who rode [Linon], and in 1932 Marion and Linon would return to the Olympics and again win silver in individual dressage. Two Swedes contested third place, with Ragnar Olson beating out Janne Lundblad for the bronze.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Horse Medal AP TP
1 Carl von Langen-Parow 40 Germany GER Draufgänger Gold 237.42 1,187.1
2 Charles Marion 41 France FRA Linon Silver 231.00 1,155.0
3 Ragnar Olson 47 Sweden SWE Gunstling Bronze 229.78 1,148.9
4 Janne Lundblad 51 Sweden SWE Blackmar 226.70 1,133.5
5 Emanuel Thiel 45 Czechoslovakia TCH Loki 225.96 1,129.8
6 Hermann Linkenbach 39 Germany GER Gimpel 224.26 1,121.3
7 Robert Wallon France FRA Clough-banck 224.08 1,120.4
8 Jan van Reede 50 Netherlands NED Hans 220.70 1,103.5
9 Pierre Versteegh 39 Netherlands NED His Excellence II 216.44 1,082.2
10 Otto Schöniger 38 Czechoslovakia TCH Ex 210.28 1,051.4
11 Eugen von Lotzbeck 46 Germany GER Draufgänger 208.04 1,040.2
12 Gerard le Heux 43 Netherlands NED Valérine 205.82 1,029.1
13 Arthur von Pongracz 63 Austria AUT Turridu 204.28 1,021.4
14 Wilhelm Jaich 37 Austria AUT Graf 204.16 1,020.8
15 Adolphe Mercier 49 Switzerland SUI Queen-Mary 203.34 1,016.7
16 Magnus Fog 35 Denmark DEN Mistinguett 202.08 1,010.4
17 Jaroslav Hanf 40 Czechoslovakia TCH Elegán 201.70 1,008.5
18 Vladimir Stoychev 36 Bulgaria BUL Pan 200.76 1,003.8
19 Carl, Count Bonde 56 Sweden SWE Ingo 194.38 971.9
20 Kozeki Okada 41 Japan JPN Takushu 193.70 968.5
21 Gustav Grachegg 45 Austria AUT Daniel 191.96 959.8
22 Otto Frank Switzerland SUI Solon 190.62 953.1
23 Pierre Danloux France FRA Rempart 187.10 1,165.5
24 Oswald Lints 34 Belgium BEL Rira-t-elle 185.86 929.3
25 Werner Stuber 28 Switzerland SUI Ulhard 175.12 875.6
26 Paul Michelet 47 Norway NOR Benue 170.78 853.9
27 Henri Laame 37 Belgium BEL Belga 167.70 838.5
28 Kohei Yusa 44 Japan JPN Sakigake 166.96 834.8
29 Roger Delrue 41 Belgium BEL Dreypuss 146.14 730.7