Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – Equestrian – Show Jumping Individual – MEX Tazzer & CAN Millar & FRA Durand

DOG ASIDE: ABC’s Chris Schenkel brings us the coverage of the 2nd round in the equestrian show jumping individual competition at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics…..which leads off with Mexico’s Gerardo Tazzer on Magod….followed by CAN Ian Millar on Big Ben….and ends with France’s Pierre Durand on Jappeloup.  Horse show jumping is truly a beautiful sport….and…

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Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – Equestrian – Show Jumping Individual – Jump Off For Gold – USA Conrad Homfeld & USA Joe Fargis

DOG ASIDE: The equestrian show jumping solo competition at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics was one of the closest competitions in Olympic history…..as three contestants participated in a jump-off for the bronze medal….with Swiss Heidi Robbiani winning bronze…..plus another jump-off for the gold and silver medals in the solo competition between two Americans…..Conrad Homfeld on…

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Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – Equestrian – Show Jump – ITA Bruno Scolari

DOG COMMENTARY: I could not find any reference information on Italy’s Bruno Scolari….the 1984 Olympics equestrian competitor…..so, the man bringing the show jumping competition for ABC sports was one of Bone Daddy’s long-time favorite sportscasters….Chris Schenkel….who over the course of five decades called play-by-play for numerous sports on television and radio….becoming known for his smooth delivery…

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Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – Equestrian – Indv Jumping – FRA Frederic Cottier

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Frédéric Cottier (born 5 February 1954) is a French equestrian born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France….who competed for France in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics equestrian solo and team competition…..who won a bronze medal in equestrian show jumping at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea.

Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – Equestrian – Show Jumping – 3 Horse Jump-Off For Bronze

DOG ASIDE: The equestrian show jumping solo competition at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics was so competitive that there had to be a jump-off for the gold and silver medals between USA Conrad Homfeld and USA Joe Fargis…..plus there had to be a three horse jump-off for the bronze medal between SUI Heidi Robbiani, CAN…

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Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – Diving – Womens Platform – USA Michelle Mitchell – Dive 7 Round

DOG ASIDE: Michele Anne Mitchell (born January 10, 1962 in Phoenix, Arizona) is a former diver from the United States….who is a two-time Olympic medalist on the 10-meter platform….having won silver in the 1984 Los Angeles Games and 1988 Seoul Games.  She was inducted into the University of Arizona Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988….and the International Swimming Hall…

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Bonne Daddy´s 1979 New York Yankees Baseball Card Collection Pieces

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1979 New York Yankees season was the 77th season for the franchise in New York and its 79th season overall. The season was marked by the death of their starting catcher, Thurman Munson, on August 2. The team finished with a record of 89-71….finishing fourth in the American League East….13.5 games behind…

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Bonne Daddy´s 1978 SSP New York Yankees Baseball Card Collection Pieces

DOG ASIDE: Leading up to the 1978 World Championship season….the New York Yankees made some off-season moves that help them win their 2nd World Series in a row…..featuring the signing of Goose Gossage as a free agent on November 22, 1977…..then on December 12, 1977, the Yanks traded Stan Thomas and Ed Ricks to the…

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Bonne Daddy´s 1977 New York Yankees Baseball Card Collection Pieces

DOG ASIDE: The 1977 New York Yankees season was the 75th season for the Yankees in New York and the 77th season overall for the franchise…..culminating in the 21st World Series championship in franchise history….and its first under the ownership of George Steinbrenner. The season was brought to life years later in the book, turned…

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