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  1. Olympic Equestrian: A Century of International Horse Sport by Jennifer O Bryant, 2008-06-01
  2. Equestrian Excellence: The Stories of Our Olympic Equestrian Medal Winners from Stockholm 1912 Thru Atlanta 1996 by Barbara Wallace Shambach, 1996-11
  3. U.S. Army Olympic Equestrian Competitions by Robert D. Thompson, 2008-10-28
  4. Trailblazers: Australia's First Olympic Equestrians by Thompson Wyatt, Petronella McGovern, 2008-03
  5. Olympic Equestrians of West Germany: Ludger Beerbaum, Hans Günter Winkler, Reiner Klimke, Alwin Schockemöhle, Fritz Thiedemann
  6. A Basic Guide to Equestrian (Official U.S. Olympic Committee Sports) by Suzanne Ledeboer, 2001-01-01
  7. Olympic Games Ancient and Modern by Adams, Gerlach, 2002-03
  8. U.S. Army Olympic Equestrian Competitions 1912-1948
  9. The Olympic Games in Antiquity by Tina Zissimou, 2002-12-01

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where the SportAccord convention is currently taking place, let us take stock from the past, from the inspirational to the downright remarkable feats in equestrian Olympic history.

5. Olympic Equestrian Illustrated History - Historical Olympic Photos
An image gallery of historical Olympic equestrian photos illustrating the history of horse sports in the summer Olympics.
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    Olympic Equestrian Illustrated History
    The History of the Olympic Equestrian Sports in Photographs
    By Katherine Blocksdorf , Guide
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    Enter Gallery Polo at the Olympics Horses Arriving at the Docks for the 1932 Olympics. Competitors jumping a fence during the Team Three Day Event competition ... Demonstration Sport at the 1920 Winter Olympics Suggested Reading What Are Olympic Equestrian Sports? Your Road to the Olympic Team - How to Become An Olympic Rider Olympic Equestrian - Olympic Rules, Judging and Officials More About the Olympic Equestrian Sports Great Moments in Olympic Equestrian Sports Olympic Action Image Gallery Equestrian Olympic Past Medalists Olympic Dressage - Individual Olympic Dressage Medalists Olympic Eventing - Team Olympic Eventing Medalists Olympic Show Jumping - Individual Olympic Jumping Medalists Related Articles

    6. History Of Equestrian Olympic Games
    History of Equestrian Olympic GamesAs with many sports, competition wasn't international until the invent of the Olympics in the year 1896. Equestrian events did not appear in the

    7. FACTBOX NZ Equestrian Olympic History BEIJING 2008 ONE SPORT
    The New Zealand Equestrian team to compete at the Beijing Olympics in August has been named. The team includes Mark Todd and Andrew Nicholson who will be attending their sixth Games

    8. Eclipse Press
    This is the bestresearched book on equestrian Olympic history that I have ever read. Michael Page, three-time Olympic three
    Olympic Equestrian: The Sports and the Stories from Stockholm to Sydney
    Jennifer O. Bryant Few sights are as enthralling as rider and horse, in perfect partnership, riding for the glory of their country. Whether it is the thrill of cross-country, the bravado of show jumping, or the elegance of dressage, the Olympic equestrian disciplines offer horsemanship and athleticism at the highest levels. Olympic Equestrian chronicles the origins of the three-day event, show jumping, and dressage and their segue into the mainstream Olympic games. Author Jennifer O. Bryant relates the important developments that have shaped the horse world and equestrian competition as we know it today. She also shares the stories of such great Olympic partnerships as Mark Todd and Charisma, Hans Gunter Winkler and Halla, and Nicole Uphoff and Rembrandt. In addition, Bryant discusses how the Games are organized, teams selected, and horses transported.

    9. Campaign To Achieve Competitive Excellence - United States Equestrian Team Found
    At the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, our athletes earned a total of five Team and Individual medals; and, for the first time in our equestrian Olympic history, each of our athletes
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    INTRODUCTION For more than 50 years, our equestrian athletes have represented the United States in international competition. They have distinguished themselves by winning 38 Olympic medals, 65 Pan American Games medals, and 49 World Championship medals, clearly establishing a preeminent place for the USA among the world's equestrian elite. At the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, our athletes earned a total of five Team and Individual medals; and, for the first time in our equestrian Olympic history, each of our athletes returned home with a medal! This outstanding achievement was the result of years of dedicated hard work combined with our athletes' visions and dreams to reach their ultimate goals. However, dedication, hard work and dreams alone, will not bring home medals. The costs to field our international teams are enormous. Training, coaching and transporting our human and equine athletes around the world, where they must go to compete against the sport's best athletes, is a daunting undertaking requiring a huge commitment of time and money.

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