It was another resounding victory at Basel for the world number one German rider and her spectacular mare, who scored 91.010%.
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl
The German edges the British Charlottes riding her brilliant mare TSF Dalera BB as the FEI Dressage European Championship comes to a close.
The defending champions upped their game and their score, posting a personal best 85.593 for the win; final Freestyle competition on Sunday.
Riesenbeck, Germany, is the site of this important championship which will determine the last three Olympic team places from Group A/B.
Germany, Denmark and Great Britain battled for top honours in the FEI Dressage Nations Cup, with a number of heavy hitters leading the teams.
The German rider ousted Great Britain's Charlotte Fry from the #1 spot; top Canadian on the list is Chris von Martels in 91st position.
The superstar partnership claimed the coveted FEI Dressage World Cup™ title for the second time when winning the Freestyle with a 90+ score.
Jessica will bid for a back-to-back double aboard Dalera, but can fellow Germans Isabell Werth or Ingrid Klimke unseat her?
Germany’s von Bredow-Werndl and the elegant mare won the seventh leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup Western European League.
It was a triumphant comeback for the German rider, who had a baby in August, aboard her longtime partner TSF Dalera BB in Lyon, France.