Sloan Doak

Born in 1886 in Texas, Sloan Doak is an American rider who represented the USA at the 1920, 1924 & 1928 olympic games in both the dressage, eventing and the show jumping competition. In 1920 he rode his horse Singlen in the dressage and finished 14th, while he also rode Deceive in the eventing but failed to complete in the eventing competition. He also rode Rabbit Red in the USA jumping team that finished 4th. Four years later Sloan would win a bronze medal in the individual eventing competition with his horse Pathfinder, he rode Joffre in the showjumping finishing 29th. In 1928 at the Amserdam Olympics he finished 17th in the eventing competition riding his horse Misty Morn.
Sloan Doak

As with many riders at the time Sloan Doak was a member of the military, he went to West Point which he graduated in 1907 and would become an instructor at Fort Riley cavalry school in Kansas. As well as competing in showjumping, dressage & eventing he was also a keen polo player. Sloan Doak passed away in 1965
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