Charlotte Dujardin between present and past glory in Freestyle at Windsor

Charlotte Dujardin GBR Mount St John Freestyle RWHS 2018 courtesy 1

Mount St John Freestyle lived up to her name, winning the FEI Al Shira’aa Grand Prix Freestyle. 
The nine-year-old mare, ridden by Olympic gold medallist Charlotte Dujardin, has made the Equestrian World these days. After the success at the Windsor CDI4* Grand Prix on Thursday, the young talent dominated the Freestyle class, running away with the victory with a score of 81.2%.
Memories go back to some years ago, when Charlotte Dujardin was always stealing the limelight but atop of Valegro. This because Charlotte rode the Freestyle programme to the music ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ that was originally made for Valegro. 
Carl Hester also chose to introduce Hawtins Delicato to freestyle using a former successful programme, originally used for his Olympic team gold medal horse, Uthopia. Delicato, like Freestyle, however also looked at ease performing to music, as they clinched the second place behind his apprentice Dujardin.
Both Freestyle and Delicato are leading the rest of the British riders, as they took the first five places at the Freestyle Grand Prix.
Press Release Royal Windsor Horse Show 2018
Photo: Charlotte Dujardin GBR Mount St John Freestyle courtesy of Royal Windsor Horse Show 2018

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