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Olympia testing short test version of the Grand Prix

Charlotte Dujardin on Mount St John Freestyle and Carl Hester riding Hawtions Delicato - Photo harlotte Dujardin CBE Facebook page

Charlotte Dujardin on Mount St John Freestyle and Carl Hester riding Hawtions Delicato last year

© Charlotte Dujardin CBE Facebook page

 

The London International Horse Show will once again be seeing a new Grand Prix test, which is designed to be shorter than the current exiting test. The new Grand Prix test will be shown at the World Cup Qualifier, which commences next week.

The short Grand Prix test contains 26 movements, as well as one collective mark for the riders position and seat, correctness and effect of aids. The standard Grand Prix test for 2020 however, contains 33 movements, with an estimated completion time of 6 minutes and 30 seconds.

This year’s London International Horse Show will see some of dressage’s top combinations, including Carl Hester and Hawtins Delicato and Charlotte Dujardin and Mount St. John Freestyle.

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