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‘It felt like she’d done it before’: Charlotte Dujardin posts 81% on grand prix debut with WEG hopeful

Charlotte Dujardin made an emphatic return to grand prix yesterday, riding the nine-year-old Mount St John Freestyle to an enormous 81.1% grand prix debut at Hartpury.

The Fidermark mare, owned by Emma Blundell of the Mount St John stud, is Charlotte’s team hope for this year’s World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Tryon, USA.

The double Olympic champion also piloted Carl Hester, Ann Cory and Anne Evans’ 10-year-old Hawtins Delicato (Del) in his own debut at the level, posting 76.8% despite showing some greenness in his changes and pirouettes.

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Article written by: Polly Bryan





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