From: December Horse News 2014
Dujardin Sets New Freestyle Record
Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro have set a new World Freestyle record at Olympia beating the record that they set at Olympia Horse Show this time last year.
Charlotte and Valegro won Tuesdays Grand Prix on an impressive score of 87.460% with only Edward Gal for the Netherlands able to get close to the pair with a score of 80.120%.
In the freestyle Charlotte using the music from How To Train Your Dragon performed with their usual class earning a floury of 9 and 10 scores especially in the canter pirouette, flying changes every 2nd stride and for their seamless transitions from passage to piaffe to passage, to finish on a new world record freestyle score of 94.300%.
Edward showed his usual finesse during his freestyle with the impressive Glocks Undercover who gained excellent marks for their piaffe and transitions from passage to piaffe to passage, unfortunately there were moments of tension from the gelding though the test which nevertheless left the pair on a superb score of 83.550%.
Crowd pleaser Carl Hester put in an excellent performance on the relatively young 10 year old bay gelding Nip Tuck who finished on a score of 79.925%.
Results For The Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Grand Prix
Results For The Reem Acra FEI World Cup Freestyle