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A Round-Up of Day 3 of Equestrian from Greenwich Park during the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Equestrian sports featured on the Olympic programme of the Paris Games in 1900, with jumping events, and were then withdrawn until the 1912 Games in Stockholm. Since then, this sport has been on the Olympic programme with remarkable regularity.
Until 1948, only men competed in the events, as the riders had to be officers. This restriction was lifted in 1951, and, since the Helsinki Games in 1952, women have competed with men in the mixed events. They competed first in dressage, then gradually in the other equestrian events.
Find more about Equestrian sports (Dressage, Jumping and Eventing) at www.olympic.org/equestrian-dressage, www.olympic.org/equestrian-jumping and www.olympic.org/equestrian-eventing