Monday, May. 27, 2024

Dressage

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An anticipatory hush fell over the Olympic arena when Charlotte Dujardin entered aboard Valegro. The Olympic rookie carried the weight of her team’s expectations on her shoulders, and her score would determine whether Great Britain stood in first or second after the Grand Prix test.
Carl Hester and Laura Bechtolsheimer should’ve been jubilant after the first day of dressage in front of their hometown crowd with Great Britain well into the lead.

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Pending the approval of the U.S. Equestrian Federation High Performance Working Group and the USEF Executive Commitee, the FEI Nominated Entry for the U.S. dressage team for the 2012 Olympic Games is as follows.

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