The FEI Dressage Final consists of the compulsory Grand Prix test and the Grand Prix Freestyle to Music test. All participants who finish the first event with at least a 60% score qualify for the Grand Prix Freestyle, which decides the overall winner. Werth finished last night’s Grand Prix test with an average of 82.271% compared to Graves’ 79.800%. Out of 16 starters Thursday evening, 14 made it through to Saturday’s test, including Great Britain’s Carl Hester with Nip Tuck (76.671%), who has reportedly had a difficult time adjusting to jet-lag after arriving in the United States.
Results
Tokyo 2020
How do horses get to the Olympics? How do they train horses for dressage?
27/07/2021 AT 15:09
Equestrian Dressage
Valegro - 'the Muhammad Ali of dressage' - retires
15/12/2016 AT 10:27
Rio 2016
Dujardin retains individual dressage title for Great Britain with incredible display
15/08/2016 AT 16:31