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  • Montreal 1976 Equestrian Dressage mixed team | Video

    Montreal 1976 Equestrian Dressage mixed team

    Reiner Klimke ranks as the most successful participant ever in Olympic equestrian events. He won six gold and two bronze medals in dressage, over five different Olympic Games. Sadly, Klimke died abruptly of a heart attack in 1999. However, his legacy is continued by his daughter, Ingrid Klimke, who competes at international level in eventing and dressage.
  • Equestrian - Dressage Team Mixed - Rio 2016 Olympic Games | Video

    Equestrian - Dressage Team Mixed - Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Highlights of the Equestrian - Dressage Team Mixed on Day 7 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Olympic Equestrian Centre on August 12, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • British riders claim first Dressage medal | Video

    British riders claim first Dressage medal

    London 2012 - Great Britain made history when they claimed the nation's first Olympic Games Dressage medal and rode away with gold.
  • Dujardin takes grand prix Dressage gold | Video

    Dujardin takes grand prix Dressage gold

    London 2012 - British Dressage star Charlotte Dujardin won her second gold medal of the Games when she was crowned Olympic Individual champion at Greenwich Park. The 27-year-old had not even ridden a competitive grand prix 20 months ago.
  • Klimke plays waiting game for individual gold | Video

    Klimke plays waiting game for individual gold

    Equestrian legend Reiner Klimke finally earns individual gold in 1984, winning the dressage in the fifth of his six Olympic appearances.
  • Equestrian review - hosts win at a canter | Video

    Equestrian review - hosts win at a canter

    London 2012 - Great Britain ended their Olympic Dressage medal drought thanks to gold medallists Charlotte Dujardin, Carl Hester and Laura Bechtolsheimer. But the schedule's most exhilarating showcase came in the Team Jumping as Brits Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles landed the country's first Jumping gold for 60 years after a jump-off. The tournament was a good one for the Host Nation, who ended the dominance of Germany and the Netherlands.
  • The man with Charisma - Mark Todd - Equestrian | Video

    The man with Charisma - Mark Todd - Equestrian

    Until the arrival of Mark Todd, no rider from New Zealand had ever placed in the top 20 in an individual event, much less come close to winning a medal. Todd was a 28-year-old dairy farmer who sold much of his herd to finance his Olympic quest. Previously, at the Los Angeles 1984 Games, Todd and his beloved horse, Charisma, were in second place after the dressage and endurance portions of the three-day event. Four years later, at the Seoul 1988 Olympics, Todd and Charisma (at age 16) led the field in both the dressage and endurance stages, then knocked over just one fence to become only the second repeat winners of the three-day event. Mark Todd would later take part of the Barcelona 1992, Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, winning a bronze medal in Sydney.
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