Three Day Eventing was first introduced to the Olympics in 1912, with women being allowed to compete in 1952 - note that the Equestrian events are the only ones where women are allowed to compete against men on equal terms
1900, per NBC's website.
It is most commonly called eventing or 3-day eventing. At the higher levels of competition, this equestrian event actually does take three days. First day is a dressage test. Second day is cross-country and the third day is stadium jumping. This sport has been an Olympic event for many years and is a test of strength, stamina, skill, of both horse and rider. It also helps to have luck on your side.
Princess Anne was a member of Great Britain's 1976 Equestrian team that participated at the Summer Games in Montreal. She did not win a medal at those Games. However, she did win a gold medal at the European Championships in 1971 in individual eventing and silver in both individual eventing and team eventing at the European Championships in 1975. Princess Anne's first husband, Mark Phillips, won gold in team three day eventing at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.
First in 1900 in Paris, France.
Equestrian featured for the first time in the Olympics in 1900 in Paris, France. The event was not featured in the 1904 and 1908 Olympics but it made its way back to the Olympics in 1912. It has been featured in every Olympic ever since.
Eventing has been competed since the 1912 Summer Games in Stockholm. Sweden won the first ever team gold medal and Axel Nordlander of Sweden won the first ever individual gold medal.
Equestrian began some 2,000 years ago, when the Greeks introduced Dressage training to prepare their horses for war. Equestrian evolved as a sport and was featured for the first time in the Olympics in 1900 in Paris, France.
1900 was the first year soccer was played in Olympics.
Day 4 of the 2012 Olympics was when NZ got their first medal. it was a bronze won by the NZ equestrian team.
the first Olympics game festival was in 776 bc
That was the 1900 Games in Paris, France. Three events were contested, individual show jumping, high jump, and long jump. There was no equestrian in the 1904 and 1908 Games. It made its comeback in 1912 and has been a part of the Olympics ever since.
The first horse's to enter the Olympic was in 776BC in the ancient games, this was the first recorded Olympic event. In modern day Olympics, the first equestrian events (horse events) were held in Hong Kong in 1952.