London International Horse Show: Charlotte Dujardin wants record

Charlotte Dujardin

Great Britain's Charlotte Dujardin will perform her Olympic gold-winning freestyle routine for the last time at the London International Horse Show.

The 28-year-old and her horse Valegro will also be going for a world record in Tuesday's World Cup dressage freestyle competition.

"I would love to do it at Olympia. Who knows?" said the world number one.

"The horses feel the atmosphere a lot more, but I am going there to try to break that world record."

Dujardin gives her top equestrian tips

Dutch rider Edward Gal set the current world best of 92.3%, at Olympia four years ago.

Dujardin and Valegro are unbeaten for almost two years and the combination won two individual golds and team bronze at the European Championships in Denmark earlier this year.

The Gloucestershire-based rider is planning a new routine for next summer's World Equestrian Games in France.

The five-day competition at Olympia will see showjumping take centre stage from Wednesday, with British riders Scott Brash and Ben Maher - currently ranked one and two in the world - in action.


Tuesday, 17 December: FEI World Cup Dressage (Freestyle), 19:40-22:25 GMT, Red Button & online

Thursday, 19 December: Puissance, 20:55-22:15, Red Button & online

Saturday, 21 December: World Cup, 13:45-16:30, BBC One HD & online (repeated at 18:00 on Red Button & online)

Sunday, 22 December: 18:10 & 21:00 Red Button & online

Monday, 23 December: Highlights, 14:05-15:05 BBC Two & online