Amazon van Lier wins first Dutch medal in dressage world championships | Currently

Amazone Dinja van Liere won the first Dutch medal at the Dressage World Championships in Herning on Monday. She won a bronze medal in the private Grand Prix with her horse Hermes.

The 31-year-old Van Lier scored 79,407. With this, the World Cup number one, who was protected at the Olympics in Tokyo last year, has done her best on a personal level.

The victory went to Charlotte Fry. The British came up with Glamordale to 82.508. Catherine Laudrup Dufour took the silver. With Vamos Amigos, the Dane netted a total of 81,322.

“The goal was to make a clear test,” Van Lier replied. “They told me, ‘Just go the extra mile. In consultation with my coach, I’ve decided not to go the extra mile, but I want to stay flawless. I’m very happy with that.'”

Van Lier already qualified for the Olympics in Paris with the Dutch dressage team last weekend. The team ranked fifth in the country rankings. A place in the top six was enough to qualify for the 2024 Games in the French capital.

In dressage, Hearing’s Wednesday Music Freestyle Swim is also featured on Wednesdays. The World Jumping and Dressage Championships runs through August 14.

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