Harry Boldt ( born February 23, 1930 in Insterburg ) is a former German dressage rider.
At the Summer Olympics in Tokyo in 1964, he won the silver medal at Remus in dressage behind Henri Chammartin and was with the team Olympic champion. Twelve years later he succeeded at the Summer Olympic Games in Montreal in 1976 with Woycek the same success .. In 1980, he ended his career and was national coach for the dressage. He held from 1981 to 1996 this office. Under his riders have won 50 medals, including 31 golds. Him the title of the riding master was awarded in 1989 by the FN. In 1995, the FN gave him the German Cross in Gold tab.
Published in 1978 Boldt his book The dressage horse. The state of Grenada / Grenadines brought in his honor issuing a stamp with horse and rider.
Boldt has lived since the early 1990s with his wife Margo in Australia.
- The dressage horse, Edition Haberbeck, Lage (Lippe ), 1978, ISBN 3-921879-03-5; now published in the FN - publishing the German Equestrian Federation, ISBN 978-3-88542-760-5