[:es]La quinta edición de Madrid Horse Week se despedía hasta el año que viene con el CDI5* Gran Premio Freestyle Alfonso X el Sabio, que daba comienzo a las 17:15 tras haber disfrutado de una demostración de doma paraecuestre.

Una vez más, la amazona olímpica por España, Beatriz Ferrer-Salat, nos hacía creer en la magia a lomos de Delgado. Las gradas al completo han caído en completo silencio nada más Ferrer-Salat comenzaba su reprise, con los ojos bien abiertos para no perderse ni un milisegundo del espectáculo que nos ha otorgado este increíble binomio. Como era de esperar, se han declarado los ganadores indiscutibles de este CDI5* Gran Premio Freestyle Alfonso X el Sabio, con una puntuación imbatible de 80,825%.

José Antonio García Mena hacía una bonita reprise a lomos de Benzi Ladro y, tal y como pasaba en la jornada anterior, se colocaba segundo, con una puntuación de 75,800%. Tercero era el portugués Rodrigo Torres con Califa II, binomio que danzaba al ritmo de “Another Brick in the Wall” de Pink Floyd, haciendo que la grada le ovacionase al terminar su reprise.[:en]The fifth edition of Madrid Horse Week was bidding farewell until next year with the CDI5* Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio Freestyle Grand Prix, which started at 5:15 pm after having enjoyed a para-equestrian Dressage show.

Once again, the Spanish Olympic rider, Beatriz Ferrer-Salat, made us believe in magic riding Delgado. The entire stand fell into complete silence as soon as Ferrer-Salat began her reprise; eyes wide open in order not to miss a single thing of the incredible spectacle this binomial has granted us. As expected, they declared themselves undisputable winners of this CDI5* Alfonso X el Sabio Freestyle Grand Prix, with an unbeatable score of 80.825%.

José Antonio García Mena made a nice reprise with Benzi Ladro and, as happened in the previous day, he finished second, with a score of 75,800%. Third was the Portuguese Rodrigo Torres with Califa II, binomial that danced to the rhythm of “Another Brick in the Wall” by Pink Floyd, having as a result an astounding ovation from the stands  as soon as he finished his reprise.[:]

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