Charlotte Dujardin was on top form at the Keysoe CDI3* (9-11 October) scoring a one-two in the grand prix and a personal best – as Carl Hester and En Vogue made their international debut.
Riding Emma and Jill Blundell’s Mount St John Freestyle, Charlotte and the mare won the grand prix on Thursday evening with a personal best for the combination of 83.19% – scoring five 10s. Charlotte also took second place with 79.34% on the nine-year-old gelding Gio, known fondly as Pumpkin, who she owns with Renai Hart. Gareth Hughes took third with Classic Briolinca.
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Article written by: Becky Murray