Frederic Wandres and the phenomenal Bluetooth OLD won with 82.31%, while Morgan Barbançon and Habana Libre snagged the Special.
Germany was the only team to have all of its Big and Small Tour riders score above 70 percent in each of the two classes.
Riding Bluetooth OLD, the German extended the pair's winning streak, edging Ashley Holzer and Valentine at the AGDF.
The German guided Bluetooth OLD to victory with an impressive score of 74.913% ahead of Morgan Babançon and Ashley Holzer.
Wandres and Bluetooth score personal best in Freestyle; Canadians earn a number of top-5 placings at the CDI and National shows.
The German rider scored a second big win of the show riding Hot Hit OLD in the Special; top Canadian was Ariana Chia with Fiderflame.
Frederic Wandres (GER) and Bluetooth win 5* Freestyle at AGDF 7; Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu top Canadian on All In in 6th place.
Three Canadians make the top 10 in the Grand Prix for Freestyle CDI5*, led by Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In in 6th place.
At 18, Jorst's stallion was the oldest horse in the field of 11, with Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu riding 17-yr-old All In into 2nd spot.
The pair scored an impressive 81.065% at the 2022 Adequan Global Dressage Festival; Canadian Evi Strasser is 9th with Déjà Vu Tyme.
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