As the FEI Dressage World Cup series winds down ahead of the Final, this pair who have long campaigned together finally score a major win.
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The Dutch rider clinched the 9th leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup Western European League in Germany with 81.565% in the Freestyle.
The brand new series kicked off in Abu Dhabi with a nail-biter in which Team Germany edged Ireland and Sweden.
The Swiss rider has been knocking on the door for months and finally put it all together with the Final in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, looming.
The Irishman and Ariel Grange's 'supermare' added another victory to their impressive resumé, this time in Amsterdam.
The British rider and her 15-year-old stallion left their competition in the dust – but not everyone agrees with the outcome.
Ten teams are set for a flying start in Abu Dhabi when this highly-anticipated new series gets underway on February 11.
The win aboard the Canadian-owned horse qualifies the Irish rider for the Longines Final 2024 in Riyadh (KSA) in April.
The pair had a big win in Basel in the FEI Jumping World Cup, the late-blooming 17-year-old mare's first indoor Grand Prix victory.
It was another resounding victory at Basel for the world number one German rider and her spectacular mare, who scored 91.010%.