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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Princess leads Denmark to first Olympic medal

Princess Nathalie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, daughter of Princess Benedikte of Denmark who is a sister of the ruling Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, today secured Denmark’s first medal at the Olympic Games in Beijing - and Denmark’s first ever team medal in dressage in Hong Kong.

After performing the best ride of all the Danish team members, Princess Nathalie and her horse Digby, a horse which she and her family has breeded and trained themselves, secured an individual score of 70,417%. With the USA team right in their heels, the bronze medal was not secured until the very last Danish and American riders had performed their programs.

Coming behind equestrian superpowers Germany (gold with 72,917%) and the Netherlands (silver with 71,750%) with equestrian super stars Isabell Weth and Anky van Grunsven on their teams, Nathalie and the three other Danish riders were all smiles as relief and happiness showered over them as the team score of 68,875% was enough to snap the bronze medal from the USA who ended with 67,819%.

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