Look who was out and about this past weekend at their first full horse trials since becoming the Tokyo Olympic champion!

Amande de B’Neville, the 12-year-old Selle Francais mare ridden by Germany’s Julia Krajewski and owned along with Dr. Bernd Heicke, ran across country for the first time since she and Julia brought home the individual eventing Tokyo Olympic gold medal this weekend at Weisbaden.

A few particularly lovely things about this video are the cheers that follow “Mandy” and Julia around the course and obvious appreciation and love for the mare that Julia shows after crossing the finish line.

The pair led the CCI4*-S fixture at Longines PfingstTurnier Wiesbaden in Germany from pillar to post, very nearly finishing on their dressage score but adding just 0.8 time penalties across country to end the weekend on a score of 26.8. Michael Jung and Highlighter took second place with a score of 31.8 and Austria’s Lea Seigel and her Tokyo Olympic partner DSP Fighting Line round out the podium on 38.5. Click here for full results.