Charlotte Fry and Everdale Shine Once Again in FEI Dressage World Cup Grand Prix

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Charlotte Fry and her talented partner, the 15-year-old Everdale, have once again captivated audiences with their stellar performance in the FEI Dressage World Cup Grand Prix held at Jumping Amsterdam. The dynamic duo showcased their impeccable skills and undeniable chemistry as they danced their way to the top spot, securing victory in this prestigious event.

Despite facing stiff competition, Fry and Everdale proved to be a force to be reckoned with, delivering a mesmerizing performance that impressed both judges and spectators alike. While they may not have been unanimous in the eyes of all judges, their outstanding display of elegance and precision earned them not only first place but also second and third rankings, further solidifying their dominance in the dressage arena.

With a total score of 77.761%, Fry and Everdale clinched the win, narrowly edging out legendary rider Isabell Werth, who secured second place with her mount DSP Quantaz and a total score of 76.869%. Patrik Kittel and his horse Touchdown claimed the bronze medal with a score of 75.848%, rounding out the podium in this fiercely contested competition.

Local rider Marlies van Baalen also made a notable impression with her mount Habibi DVB, showcasing a strong performance that garnered attention from the judges. Despite varying rankings from different judges, van Baalen and Habibi DVB’s total score of 73.609% earned them a respectable sixth place finish, highlighting their skill and versatility in the dressage ring.

Emmelie Scholtens and her mount Indian Rock put forth a commendable effort as well, securing seventh place with a total score of 72.674%. Their performance showcased the depth of talent present in the dressage community, with each rider bringing their own unique style and flair to the competition.

Overall, the FEI Dressage World Cup Grand Prix at Jumping Amsterdam was a thrilling display of athleticism, artistry, and sheer determination. Charlotte Fry and Everdale’s triumphant performance serves as a testament to their unwavering dedication and undeniable talent, solidifying their status as one of the leading pairs in the world of dressage. As they continue to push the boundaries of excellence, fans eagerly anticipate their future endeavors and the next chapter in their remarkable journey.

Full results 

Charlotte Fry (GBR) riding Everdale – winner in the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2023/24 – Amsterdam (NED)Copyright ©FEI/Leanjo de Koster

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