Pictures from the equestrian world: September 14 to 20

By Carla Passino on |


Charlotte Dujardin is Britain's new National Champion

Charlotte Dujardin is Britain’s national champion

Having claimed the World, Olympic and European titles, Charlotte Dujardin also took the national champion crown at the LeMieux National Dressage Championships
onship. She and Barolo took the grand prix title on Saturday with a score of 72.90% and went on to win the freestyle on Sunday with 76.8%—a remarkable feat considering this was Barolo’s first-ever freestyle.

Charlotte Dujardin is National Dressage Champion

Clark Montgomery wins Blenheim Horse Trials

Clark Montgomery rode to victory at Blenheim Horse Trials with a classy performance that saw him finish on his dressage score.

Clark Montgomery wins the Blenheim Horse Trials

Petition for safer riding on the roads

Debbie Smith, a rider from Penzance, has launched a petition to make it a legal requirement for motorists to pass horses wide and slow and respond to hand signals. The petition currently has more than 13,000 supporters and needs just 1,677 more to reach the target of 15,000.

British para riders get medal haul

The British Paralympic team landed eleven medals at the FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage European Championships in Deauville, France, including team gold (Sophie Christiansen, Anne Dunham, Sophie Wells and Lee Pearson), freestyle gold (Christiansen in the IA test, pictured below) and individual gold (also Christiansen in the IA grade).

Sophie Christiansen lands the gold medal in the  Para European Dressage Championships


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