From Joe Fargis on Touch of Glass to Beezie Madden on Authentic let's have a look at the most exciting
jump-offs at Olympics
Joe Fargis and Touch of Glass- 1984 LA
A USA Showdown saw Fargis take on Conrad Homfeld for the Gold with the home crowd cheering on them.
Jeroen Du and De Sijem - 2000 Sydney
Dubbeldam's clear round handed him gold, as his opponents knocked down fences.
Beezie Madden and Authentic 2008 Beijing
Madden came out on the top in a six-horse jump-off for bronze. She jumped on some decorated flowers to save time.
Eric Lamaze and Hickstead 2008 Beijing
Lamaze and Rolf-Goran recorded the same time in a dramatic jump-off. But Rolf hot the final fence and Lamaze won the gold.
Nick Skelton and Big Star 2016 Rio
Skelton was first up in a six-horse jump off, he won the gold at 59 at his seventh Olymic games finally.