- 8 nations (Belgium, Finland, France, Italy, Netherland, Norway, Sweden, USA)
- 72 riders
- 87 entries (45 in Jumping; 17 in Dressage; 25 in Eventing)
The two Jumping competitions – team and individual – were held on the same day, and as the rule that riders and horses competing in the team event could not go on and compete in the afternoon for individual honours, it actually meant that a nation with full participation would be sending 10 combinations for Jumping alone. Just Italy and Sweden managed to fulfil the maximum quota, which worked in favour of the Italians as Tommaso Lequio di Assaba was able to clench individual gold.
Sweden was omnipresent on the podium, raffling all three medals.
Twenty-five riders from eight nations competed. On this occasion, the Dressage test was dropped in favour of a second roads and tracks ride of 20 km. Of the 25 horses, 12 did not make the time allowed for the Cross Country and 13 had faults at the obstacles. The 20 km endurance ride was held in the pouring rain, and it was said to be 3km too long. Sweden was again at the forefront of all medal stakes, taking individual gold and silver as well as team gold.