Emanuele Beraudo di Pralormo

Emanuele Beraudo, Conte di Pralormo (13 July 1887 – 11 October 1960) was an Italian horse rider who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He was born and died in Pralormo, Torino, Italy.[1] He also served as a general in the Royal Italian Army during World War II.[2]

Olympic medal record
Representing  Italy
Men's Equestrian
Bronze medal – third place 1924 Paris Team eventing
Emanuele Beraudo di Pralormo
Born(1887-07-13)13 July 1887
Pralormo, Kingdom of Italy
Died11 October 1960(1960-10-11) (aged 73)
Pralormo, Italy
Allegiance Kingdom of Italy
Service/branch Royal Italian Army
RankGenerale di Corpo d'Armata
Commands held47th Infantry Division
Battles/warsWorld War I
World War II
AwardsGold Medal of Military Valor


In 1924, Beraudo and his horse Mount Félix won the bronze medal in the team eventing competition[3] after finishing 17th in the individual eventing.[1]

He also participated in the individual jumping event with his horse Sido, but they were eliminated. The other three Italian riders finished fifth in the team jumping event.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Emanuele Beraudo, Count Di Pralormo, Sports Reference LLC, accessed 6 December 2008.
  2. ^ "Emanuele Beraudo di Pralormo". Olympedia. Retrieved 23 October 2021.
  3. ^ Bryant, Jennifer (2000), Olympic Equestrian, p. 143, The Blood Horse, Inc., ISBN 1-58150-044-0

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