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Question 1: Until the ________, only male cavalry officers were permitted to compete in any Olympic equestrian discipline.
Baseball at the 1952 Summer Olympics1952 Summer Olympics1956 Summer Olympics2004 Summer Olympics

Question 2: The current Olympic equestrian disciplines are ________, Eventing, and Jumping.
Spanish Riding SchoolDressageLipizzanEquestrianism

Question 3: Following the ________, polo would be held an additional 4 times: at the 1908 London Games, the 1920 Antwerp Games, the 1924 Paris Games, and the 1936 Berlin Games.
1900 Summer Olympics1906 Intercalated GamesSwimming at the 1900 Summer OlympicsSummer Olympic Games

Question 4: ________ made its Summer Olympics debut at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France.
Horse showEquestrianismHorseArabian horse

Question 5: The polo competition consisted of 4 teams made up of players from Britain, ________, Mexico, Spain, and the United States.

Question 6: The 1906 IOC Congress agreed to his proposal to add dressage, eventing, and show jumping to the program of the upcoming ________ in London.
1948 Summer OlympicsSummer Olympic Games1908 Summer Olympics2012 Summer Olympics

Question 7: Horses had to be ridden in a ________, and martingales and bearing reins were prohibited.
Double bridlePelham bitBit (horse)Horse tack

Question 8: Grand Prix Jumping, which was similar to today's ________ event, for which 45 competitors entered, though only 37 competed.
Hunt seatEquestrianismEnglish ridingShow jumping

Question 9: Equestrian competition was dropped from the ________, and owed its return to Count Clarence von Rosen, Master of the Horse to the King of Sweden, for bringing it back.
Summer Olympic Games1960 Winter Olympics1904 Summer OlympicsSwimming at the 1904 Summer Olympics


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