Although equestrian events made their Olympic debut during the 1900 Paris Games, they didn't include today's disciplines. Instead, the athletes on horseback competed in polo, Grand Prix jumping, the high jump and the long jump.
After the Paris Games, equestrian events took an Olympic hiatus; they were reintroduced in the 1912 Stockholm Games. Lovers of the sport owe a debt of gratitude to Count Clarence von Rosen, Master of the Horse to the King of Sweden, for its return. He is the man who proposed the addition of show jumping, dressage and eventing to the program and the IOC Congress agreed.
Now you can take the Count's vision one step further and put the excitement of equestrian sports in your pocketbook, too! It's easy when you choose these stylish Equestrian Side Tear Checks from CheckAdvantage. Make them yours today!
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