Charlotte Dujardin & Valegro Still Atop World Dressage Rankings

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Lars Petersen and Mariett. © 2013 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com
Lars Petersen and Mariett. © 2013 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Nov. 6–Great Britain’s Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro remained atop the world dressage rankings released by the International Equestrian Federation Wednesday, based on an unboken string of first place results from the London Olympics a year ago through the European Championships in September.

The rankings through the end of October also had Germany’s Helen Langehanenberg and Damon Hill NRW in second place and the Netherlands’ Adelinde Cornelissen and Jerich Parzival filling the third spot in only minor changes in the top 20 positions.

Lars Petersen and Mariett, the Florida-based Danish Olympian, moved up to 18th place from 20th while Carl Hester and Uthopia moved to 20th from 21st in the only changes in the top 20 positions.

FEI World Rankings as of Oct. 31:

Rank Prev. Athlete Horse NF Points
1 1 DUJARDIN, Charlotte VALEGRO GBR 2915
2 2 LANGEHANENBERG, Helen DAMON HILL NRW GER 2848
3 3 CORNELISSEN, Adelinde JERICH PARZIVAL NED 2740
4 4 GAL, Edward GLOCK’S UNDERCOVER NED 2605
5 5 SPREHE, Kristina DESPERADOS FRH GER 2447
6 6 VILHELMSSON SILFVÉN, Tinne DON AURIELLO SWE 2426
7 7 WERTH, Isabell DON JOHNSON FRH GER 2326
8 8 KASPRZAK, Anna DONNPERIGNON DEN 2279
9 9 KITTEL, Patrick WATERMILL SCANDIC H.B.C. SWE 2231
10 10 TRUPPA, Valentina FIXDESIGN EREMO DEL CASTEGNO ITA 2192
11 11 ZU SAYN-WITTGENSTEIN, Nathalie DIGBY DEN 2163
12 12 BALKENHOL, Anabel DABLINO FRH GER 2107
13 13 PETERS, Steffen LEGOLAS 92 USA 2106
14 14 MAX-THEURER, Victoria AUGUSTIN OLD AUT 2042
15 15 LÜTKEMEIER, Fabienne D’AGOSTINO 5 GER 2006
16 16 HELGSTRAND, Andreas AKEEM FOLDAGER DEN 2001
17 17 MAX-THEURER, Victoria BLIND DATE 25 AUT 1998
18 20 PETERSEN, Lars MARIETT DEN 1964
19 19 TELDE, Minna SANTANA SWE 1959
20 21 HESTER, Carl UTHOPIA GBR 1940