Charlotte Fry and Glamourdale are your new individual FEI Dressage World Champions! 🥇
Their score of 82.508% takes them to the top of the Grand Prix Special podium, with Denmark’s Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour in second, and the Netherlands’ Dinja van Liere in third. pic.twitter.com/9SfHny9POw
— British Equestrian (@BritEquestrian) August 8, 2022
The ECCO FEI World Championships for Dressage are nearly completed in Herning, Denmark as this “pseudo-WEG” we have this year continues this week. You’ll recall that dressage, vaulting, para dressage, and show jumping are holding their FEI World Championships this week in Denmark, separately from World Championships for Eventing and Driving in Italy and World Championships for Endurance in Spain.
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The dressage competition has just the freestyle left to see this week, and Great Britain’s Charlotte Fry left us all speechless with a stunning performance aboard the 11-year-old KWPN stallion, Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale – Thuja, by Negro). An 82.508% would secure the win over Danish rider Catherine Laudrup-Dufour in the Grand Prix Special, and now Charlotte has her eyes set on repeating the victory in Wednesday’s freestyle finale.
Watch Charlotte and Glamourdale’s incredible test:
You can tune in live from Herning all week long on FEI TV (YouTube) as well as on ClipMyHorse.TV (subscription required). The freestyle championship will kick off at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Wednesday, August 10).
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