In Den Bosch this weekend, not only is there jumping at the highest level, but the world's best dressage riders have also descended on the Brabanthallen this weekend. After all, this afternoon one of the highlights of the weekend was ridden: the World Cup Freestyle. Before the start, one rider was top favourite to take home the victory and so it happened: Charlotte Fry rode Glamourdale (by Lord Leatherdale) to a brilliant score of 86.835% and was unanimously declared the winner by the judges.
Dutch rider Dinja van Liere came closest to Fry with Hermos NOP (by Easy Game). Their superb Freestyle earned them an overall score of 83.375%. Isabell Werth and Emilio 107 (by Ehrenpreis) completed the podium. Their Freestyle was awarded a total of 82.760% by the judges.
For his part, Benjamin Werndl rode Famoso Old (by Farewell III) to fourth place. The duo had a score of 82.050% behind their name. Mariek van der Putten and Torveslettens Titanium (by Totilas) completed the top five with a total score of 81.185%.