Celebrated every four years and alternating with the Olympic Games
the World Equestrian Games are undoubtedly the biggest equestrian event in the world. The finest athletes from 76 nations will compete against each other in the 8 official Fédération Equestre Internationale disciplines: Jumping
Endurance and Para-Dressage.
All 3 competitions are covered in detail with 50 minutes of each devoted to the Team Competition (Grand Prix) and the Individual titles in the Grand Prix Special and the Kür.
In the Team Competition Germany's all round performance proved too much for the British and Dutch teams
even though British Dressage wonders Valegro and Charlotte Dujardin hauled the team up to second
just ahead of the Dutch
with a test that was the best on every one of the 7 judge's scorecards and she then went on to dominate the Grand Prix Special and the Kür to hold every possible title at the same time in International dressage.