World Equestrian Games: Charlotte Dujardin inspires British dressage team to bronze
|World Equestrian Games on the BBC|
|Venue: Tryon, North Carolina, United States Dates: 11-23 September|
|Coverage: Watch live on BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online, with highlights on Monday 17 and 24 September on BBC Two. Full times below.|
The British dressage team of Charlotte Dujardin, Carl Hester, Emile Faurie and Spencer Wilton have won bronze at the World Equestrian Games.
The result in Tryon, North Carolina means the quartet have now qualified for the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020.
Olympic champions Germany won gold, while the US team took silver.
Three-time Olympic gold medallist Dujardin, competing on her new horse, Freestyle, secured the most points for the GB team with a 77.764.
London 2012 team-mate Carl Hester posted 77.283 on Hawtins Delicato, as Britain edged out Sweden.
"What an amazing horse to come here and do that," said Dujardin. "To cope with the environment and produce a test like that, I'm over the moon with her.
"There's a lot of expectation on her and I'm so proud that she didn't bother with anything. She's so exciting for the future."
Some events at the World Equestrian Games, which are held every four years, have been under threat from Hurricane Florence.
The Tryon International Center is located approximately 250 miles inland from the hurricane's expected landfall.
Meanwhile, Wednesday's endurance event was cancelled because of the intense heat and humidity.
BBC coverage times
Times are BST and subject to late changes.
Friday, 14 September
15:20-18:25, BBC Connected TV and online
19:20-22:30, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
Saturday, 15 September
15:50-22:00, BBC Connected TV and online
17:30-22:00, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
Sunday, 16 September
13:20-16:50, BBC Connected TV and online
20:05-22:55, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
Monday, 17 September
13:00-15:30, BBC Two
Thursday, 20 September
13:50-17:30, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
18:20-22:00, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
Friday, 21 September
18:20-21:55, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
Sunday, 23 September
14:35-15:55, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
16:30-17:30, BBC Two
17:25-18:30, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
Monday, 24 September
13:00-14:00, BBC Two