'What the hell just happened?'
How to write the Danish dressurstjerne Cathrine Dufour in a posting on Instagram.
It happens in the wake of that she on Sunday took a victory of the greats by Saab Top 10 (rally for verdensranglistens top-10, red.).
'I am without doubt the luckiest girl in the world, because I have Cassidy in my life. Thank you, Cassy,' write a happy Cathrine Dufour on her almost 17-year-old gelding.
With a great ride at the Friends Arena to the tune of, among other things 'Ain't nobody' by Felix Jahn was the dane who could link their fists and come at the top of the præmiepodiet to let out shelf, since, after her Grand Prix Freestyle (the hardest dressurprogram, where rides to the music, red.) with the horse Atterupgaards Cassidy was staggering 89.445 percent.
"just Think, my little red pony, as some people once said would never be a Grand Prix horse," said the overwhelmed Danish dressurrytter on Swedish television, write to Tell.
"I have ridden him in 10 years, and he is not just my horse, but also my friend and my 'partner in crime', and I owe him everything. I am going to fly all the way home to Denmark," cried she on.
the Victory in itself was not the only, Cathrine Dufour could celebrate. For the first, she set a personal record. And secondly, she managed to beat the German dressurdronning Isabell Werth.
"Now everyone is happy, because the other me won. So I am in turn happy to be able to reverse the terrible back next time. It is o.k.," said Isabell Werth with a smile subsequently, according to Aftonbladet at a news conference.
Here came the cards and good from the uk winner:
"It was fun today."
Cathrine Dufour and Atterupgaards Cassidy was one of the Danish teams, since there was held the OLYMPICS in Rio in 2016.
Here they landed on an individual 13.-space. At the time, was Isabell Werth also on Weihegold, and the two won silver, and in 2017 won the european gold medal.
When there will be held OLYMPICS in Tokyo in 2020, however, it is not fixed, that it is Atterupgaards Cassidy, as Cathrine Dufour takes with. The choice is between him and the nine-year-old Bohemian, has Dufour, who in January 2017 won the 'Bestseller's Olympic Hope, previously told.
Right now she can enjoy the weekend's victory, which in the first place have been celebrated with a drive home to Denmark and a trip to the McDonald's, reveals the dane's Instagram Story.
Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 06:00