Prince Bernard, Crown Princes Beatrix and Princess Irene of the Netherlands were among the spectators at the international riding contests on the Vienna Freudenau polo-field on Sunday, June 8th.
S.V.Pan Prince Bernhard, Princes Beatrix, and Princess Irene, arriving.
S.V. The Princesses Beatrix and Irene.
S.C.U. Prince Bernhard sit.
S.V. The three of them together.
Angle V.Pan. Flags of all nations competing.
S.V.Pan A Chilean competitor jumping.
S.V. The Royals watching.
S.V.Pan A French competitor jumping.
S.V.Pan Completing his round.
S.V.Pan Mis Van der Naegen of Belguim jumping.
L.V.Pan Finishing her rounds.(No faults)
C.U. Spectator with field glasses.
L.V.Pan Captain Aranda of Chile jumping.
S.V.Pan Finishing his round. (No faults)
Back V. Royals watching.
L.V.Pan Miss Vanderhaegen competing in the "jump off" for first place (she knocks down one fence.
L.V.Pan Miss Vanderhaegen finishing her round.
S.V. Royals watching.
L.V.Pan Captain Aranda in the "jump off" for first place.
L.V.Pan Ditto, a clear round, he is the winner.
S.V. Crowd applauding enthusiastically.
S.V. Captain Aranda receiving his award for winning.
S.C.U. Captain Aranda.
S.V. Miss Vanderhaegen receiving her award for second position.
C.U. Miss Vanderhaegen.
LV. The five competitors with the most points.
Initials V.L. M.R./P.B
SPORT: HORSE RIDING
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Background: Prince Bernard, Crown Princes Beatrix and Princess Irene of the Netherlands were among the spectators at the international riding contests on the Vienna Freudenau polo-field on Sunday, June 8th.
An international tournament ended with a high-jumping contest, which was won in the fourth heat by Capt. Aranda, of Chile, on Pillan. Close second was the young Belgian rider, Miss Vanderhaegen, who failed when the height of 1.90 metres was reached.
M. Francois-Poncet, of France, was placed third, having given up in the third heat of high-jump.