Equestrian at the 1948 Summer Olympics – Individual dressage

Individual dressage
at the Games of the XIV Olympiad
Date9–10 August
Competitors19 from 9 nations

The individual dressage in equestrian at the 1948 Olympic Games in London was held in Aldershot from 9 to 10 August. Swiss rider Hans Moser won the gold medal. The silver was won by André Jousseaume of France and the bronze by Swedish rider Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern, Jr.

Competition format

The team and individual dressage competitions used the same results. A test was to be carried out from memory by each rider within 13 minutes, losing half a point for every second over the time limit.


Rank Rider Nation Horse Score
1st, gold medalist(s) Hans Moser SwitzerlandHummer 492.5
2nd, silver medalist(s) André Jousseaume FranceHarpagon 480.0
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Gustaf Adolf Boltenstern, Jr. SwedenTrumf 477.5
4 Robert Borg United StatesKlingsor 473.5
5 Henri Saint Cyr SwedenDjinn 444.5
6 Jean Saint-Fort Paillard FranceSous les Ceps 439.5
7 Alois Podhajsky AustriaTeja 437.5
8 Earl Foster Thomson United StatesPancraft 421.0
9 Fernando Paes PortugalMatamas 411.0
10 Francisco Valadas PortugalFeitico 405.0
11 Justo Iturralde ArgentinaPajarito 397.0
12 Luís Mena e Silva PortugalFascinante 366.0
13 Frank Henry United StatesReno Overdo 361.5
14 Carlos Kirkpatrick SpainYanta 353.0
15 Maurice Buret FranceSaint Ouen 349.5
16 Humberto Terzano ArgentinaBienvenido 327.0
17 Oscar Goulú ArgentinaGrillo 281.5
18 Gabriel Gracida MexicoKamcia 248.5
- Gehnäll Persson SwedenKnaust DSQ


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