British dressage star Charlotte Dujardin set a world record for the Olympic grand prix special discipline.
The 25-year-old smashed the previous best by 3% during Sunday's event in Hagen, Germany.
Dujardin, who trains with world number two Carl Hester at his yard just outside Newent, scored 88.022% aboard her Olympics-bound horse Valegro.
WHAT IS DRESSAGE?
- A "ballet for horses", dressage involves training horses to follow instructions and move from point to point inside an arena, showing off different manoeuvres as they go. Judges placed around the arena determine their score
The Gloucestershire-based world number five only competed in her first grand prix competition 15 months ago.
Her world record earned her a standing ovation as she surpassed the previous world best held by Dutch rider Edward Gal and the £10m black stallion Totilas.
Dujardin won the
World Cup event at London's Olympia in December
and was part of the
Great Britain team that won European gold
in Rotterdam last summer.
She was part of a powerful quartet alongside Hester, Laura Bechtolsheimer and Emile Faurie.