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Charlotte Fry won the inaugural Grand Prix at the World Cup Final in Riyadh

The winner of Wednesday’s Grand Prix in Riyadh, which was the opening part of the World Cup dressage final, was the British rider Charlotte Fry with the fifteen-year-old stallion Everdale. The judges rated her performance 75.388%.

Great Britain’s Charlotte Fry confirmed her role as the favorite in the first part of the Dressage World Cup final, achieving a best score of 75.388% with the stallion Everdale. Swedish representative Patrik Kittel on the gelding Touchdown finished second behind her in Wednesday’s Grand Prix. He earned 73.392% from the judges.

The third place belonged to Nana Skodborg Merrald from Denmark on the stallion Blue Hors Don Olymbrio, and the other three places were occupied by German riders – Isabel Werth with DPS Quantaz, Raphael Netz with Great Escape Camelot and Matthias Alexander Rath in the saddle Destacado FRH.

The dressage riders will have a competition break on Thursday, and on Friday from 16:15 Central European Summer Time, a free line-up to music awaits them.

Photo: FEI/Martin Dokoupil

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