The "hacks and hunter combined", also known as the "chevaux de selle", was an equestrian event at the 1900 Summer Olympics. It is unknown how many riders competed. The top four placers are known, as are about half the remaining riders who competed, including three women (Elvira Guerra, Jane Moulin and Blanche de Marcigny). As an upper limit, 50 men and 1 woman are listed as entrants in the Official Report, but it is almost certain that not all actually competed.
|Hacks and hunter combined|
at the Games of the II Olympiad
|Venue||7th arrondissement of Paris|
|Competitors||51 from at least 6 nations|
Sources prior to 1996 often did not list this event as Olympic. The IOC website currently has affirmed a total of 95 medal events, after accepting, as it appears, the recommendation of Olympic historian Bill Mallon regarding events that should be considered "Olympic". These additional events include the hacks and hunter combined event. (Mallon and de Wael had included this event in their Olympic lists.)
No equestrian events were held at the first modern Olympics in 1896. Five events, including this one, were featured in 1900. Only the show jumping competition would ever be held again after that; this was the only appearance of the hacks and hunter combined.
|Thursday, 31 May 1900||Final|
|Napoléon Murat||France||The General|
|Robert de Montesquiou||France||Grey Leg|
|René Alfred Robert de Quincey||France||Cy Beau|
|Auguste Roy||France||Reine de Sabat|
|Louis de Champsavin||France||Terpsichore|
|Pierre Dillon||France||Duc d'Aoste|
|Georges de Lagarenne||France||Louqsor|
|Mathieu Marie de Lesseps||France||<Unknown>|
|Élie de Polyakov||Russian Empire||<Unknown>|
|Georges Van Der Poele||Belgium||<Unknown>|
|Blanche de Marcigny||France||<Unknown>|
|de La Forgue de Bellegarde[a]||France||Staag|
|Maurice Foache||France||Fils d'Artois|
|Pierre Louis Alaret||France||<Unknown>|
|Marquis de Croix||France||Ronfleur|
|Up to 26 more competitors|
- "Paris 1900". International Olympic Committee. Archived from the original on 10 October 2017. Retrieved 2 October 2017.
- Mallon, Bill (1998). The 1900 Olympic Games, Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7864-4064-1.
- "Hacks And Hunter Combined, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 3 March 2021.
- Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill; et al. "Equestrianism at the 1900 Paris Summer Games: Mixed Hacks And Hunter Combined". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 12 April 2020.
- "Le Concours Hippique; Journee du 31 Mai". La France Militaire (in French). 1 June 1900. p. 2. Retrieved 6 March 2022 – via Retro News.
- "Section V: Sport Hippique". Concours Internationaux d'exercices physiques et de sports (Report) (in French). Ministére du commerce, de l'industrie, des postes et des télégraphes. 1901. pp. 278–295. Retrieved 9 March 2022.
- Mallon, Bill (11 July 2015). The 1900 Olympic Games. McFarland. ISBN 9780786489527. Retrieved 2 April 2022.
- "Le Concours Hippique (1)". L'Acclimatation des animaux et des plantes (in French). p. 289–290. Retrieved 6 March 2022 – via Gallica.
- International Olympic Committee medal winners database
- De Wael, Herman. Herman's Full Olympians: "Equestrian 1900". Accessed 19 January 2006. Available electronically at .
- Mallon, Bill (1998). The 1900 Olympic Games, Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. ISBN 0-7864-0378-0.
- The Schoolmistress: Elvira Guerra-The forgotten female Olympic equestrian.