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Second world title for the impressive Dujardin and Valegro

Charlotte Dujardin admitted her World Equestrian debut was better than she could ever have imagined as she added freestyle dressage gold to her ...

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Dujardin adds world title to Olympic and European golds

Charlotte Dujardin can now add World Equestrian Games gold to her list of major titles in dressage and her quick comparisons between ride Valegr...

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Dujardin eager for first taste of World Equestrian Games

Double Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin insists she is champing at the bit to get her maiden World Equestrian Games underway.

Dujardin...

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British riders make equestrian history in rankings sweep

British riders have made equestrian history with an unprecedented clean sweep of number one world rankings.

William Fox-Pitt's recent vic...

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Double Olympic champion Dujardin hopeful for Olympia

Charlotte Dujardin is hopeful of starring once again at the London International Horse Show at Olympia as she saddles up Olympic gold medal winn...

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Medal Record

London 2012
  • 2 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze

Biography

Charlotte Dujardin was the youngest member of the British dressage team for London 2012 and was a member of the quartet that won European Championship gold in 2011. Her interest in dressage took her to Carl Hester, who she joined on the British team for 2012, in 2007 and after lessons he offered her a full-time position working for him.

As a trainer herself she has worked with multiple world and Olympic champion eventer Mark Todd. Dujardin and Valegro set a new Grand Prix Special world record of 88.022 per cent in April and recently broke the British record for the Grand Prix Freestyle in July with 90.65 per-cent.

At the 2012 Olympics in London, Dujardin won gold in Individual Dressage and gold in Team Dressage with partners Carl Hester and Laura Bechtolsheimer.