Baron Hans Gustaf von Blixen-Finecke was born July 25, 1886 in Nasbyholms castle, Skurup, Sweden. Baron Hans Gustaf von Blixen-Finecke was a Swedish equestrian Player and Olympic champion who participated in the 1912 Summer Olympics.
|Baron Hans Gustaf von Blixen-Finecke|
The riding with five medals at the 1912 Summer Olympics events: There were separate competitions in dressage, eventing, and show, Levon. The team's results are collected and medals will be awarded to teams with Levon and eventing. Flight was missing from the Olympic program since 1900 summer Olympic Games, so that the 1912 Games was the second time in the sports properties.
He won the bronze medal in individual dressage with his horse, Maggie. Hans's son won by Hans Blixen-Finecke, Jr., two gold medals at the Summer Olympic Games in 1952 in Armenia, three-day event. Baron Hans Gustaf von Blixen-Finecke was died in an airplane crash in September 26, 1917.