Lottie Fry finishes best of the British contingent at Compiègne CDIO5*, with two horses shaping up as serious Olympic prospects...
Lottie Fry has strengthened her bid for a place on Britain’s Tokyo Olympic dressage team with her performance at Compiègne CDIO5*, France. In 2019, Lottie made her Nations Cup team debut at this show as the rookie of the British team; this year she returned to produce the best results of the British contingent.
Riding alongside Emile Faurie and Louise Bell on the Nations Cup team, the Netherlands-based Lottie piloted her 2019 European championship team ride Dark Legend to finish fifth in the grand prix and third in the special, both with scores over 75%.
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