Let’s all jump for joy! Team GB put on a cracking performance in yesterdays Team and Individual Eventing, unfortunately pipped to the post with medals. Well done team GB! Now let’s see what the Dressage has in store for us. #JointheJourney #Rio2016 #Eventing #Dressage #Jumping #Equestrian #BringontheGreat #Rydale #Rydaleclothing #Horsetail #Plait #Ribbons
Team GB's Dujardin wins third Olympic gold: Charlotte Dujardin of Great Britain riding Valegro celebrates after winning the gold medal during the individual dressage grand prix freestyle. - 2016 Rio Olympics: Highs and lows from Day 10
Led by the Olympic record-breaking performance of 27-year-old Charlotte Dujardin, Team GB won its first ever gold medal in Olympic dressage. "I wanted the gold medal so badly and I didn't want to mess it up. It is so surreal," she said after winning the gold on Valegro. "I'm just so lucky to be riding Valegro. He is the horse of a lifetime - he finds it so easy," she said.
Rio Olympics 2016: Great Britain win team dressage silver, Germany take gold
Defending champions Great Britain won silver in the Olympic team dressage, as world champions Germany claimed gold. The British quartet - Spencer Wilton, Fiona Bigwood, Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin - were beaten into second by 3.334 points. Germany's Sonke Rothenberger, Dorothee Schneider, Kristina Broring-Sprehe and Isabell Werth scored 81.936 points, with Britain on 78.602. The United States won bronze
Carl Hester, Fiona Bigwood, Charlotte Dujardin and Spencer Wilton take the Dressage Team Grand Prix Special #Silver medal! After some wonderful rides, finishing with a team score of 78.595%. Congratulations!
Charlotte Dujardin wins gold in individual dressage at Rio 2016
Team GB's Charlotte Dujardin wins third Olympic gold medal in individual dressage at Rio 2016.Charlotte Dujardin added a gold medal in the individual dressage grand prix freestyle final to her silver in the team dressage at Rio 2016 . Dujardin posted an amazing 93.928% aboard her trusted Valegro to secure golds in successive Olympic games. Germany's Isabell Werth, who has won six Olympic gold medals in her career, had to settle for silver after going out last to post 89.071%