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Full name  Andrew James Hoy
Height  1.57 m
Nationality  Australia
Weight  60 kg

Name  Andrew Hoy
Disciplines  Eventing
Role  Olympic athlete
Ex-spouse  Bettina Hoy
Andrew Hoy httpswwwaneventfullifecomaufiles12Olymp
Born  8 February 1959 (age 56) Culcairn, New South Wales (1959-02-08)
Olympic medals  Equestrian at the 2000 Summer Olympics - Individual Eventing
Similar People  Bettina Hoy, Mark Todd, David O'Connor

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Andrew James Hoy, OAM (born 8 February 1959 in Culcairn, New South Wales) is an Olympic-level equestrian rider, who competes for Australia. The London 2012 Summer Olympics were his seventh games. He has won four Olympic medals, three gold and one silver.


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Hoy is based in the United Kingdom, with his team. He has been living there for 20 years.

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Hoy was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2000.

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Andrew Hoy Andrew Hoy Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
  • 1979 Burghley Horse Trials: 1st place
  • 1981 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Davey)
  • 1984 Olympics: Individual-15th; Team-5th
  • 1986 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
  • 1987 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
  • 1988 Olympics: Individual-8th; Team-5th
  • 1991 Melbourne 3 day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
  • 1992 Olympics: Individual-5th; Team-1st
  • 1995 Open European Games: 12th place
  • 1996 Badminton Horse Trials: 10 place
  • 1996 Olympics: Individual-11th; Team-1st
  • 2000 Olympics: Individual-2nd; Team-1st
  • 2000 Badminton Horse Trials: 9th place
  • 2002 Burghley Horse Trials: 4th place
  • 2002 Luhmuhlen Horse Trials: 1st place
  • 2002 Badminton Horse Trials: 8th place
  • 2003 Burghley Horse Trials: 9th place
  • 2003 Badminton Horse Trials: 7th place
  • 2004 Olympics: 57th place
  • 2004 Badminton Horse Trials: 5th place
  • 2004 Burghley Horse Trials: 1st place
  • 2005 Badminton Horse Trials: 3rd place (Master Monarch) and 6th place (Mr Pracatan)
  • 2005 Rolex Kentucky Three Day: 8th Yeoman's Point
  • 2006 Rolex Kentucky Three Day: 1st place (Master Monarch)
  • 2006 Badminton Horse Trials: 1st place (Moonfleet) and another position.
  • References

    Andrew Hoy Wikipedia

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