The German dressage team proved to be untouchable in the team competition Grand Prix class at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Caen, France, on Monday and Tuesday 25 - 26 Augut 2014. However it was ruling Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin who was a league of her own today, winning the class with 85.271% and spearheading the British team for team silver. The bronze went to the Dutch team after a fourth place from Adelinde Cornelissen.
Spectators were filled with trepidition, bracing themselves that Dujardin and the Dutch bred Valegro (by Negro x Gerschwin) would not imitate their failed Grand Prix test in Aachen. Fortunately the ruling Olympic and European champion was focused and her horse definitely on the aids. Valegro looked stunning today and was clearly the best horse in a pack of 100 that contested the Grand Prix.
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