Charlotte Dujardin Net Worth


Charlotte Dujardin’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Charlotte Dujardin was born on 13 July, 1985. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Charlotte Dujardin’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Charlotte Dujardin’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Charlotte Dujardin is 36 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Charlotte has been developing horses in lower classes of the sport, has future Grand Prix level Dressage prospects. Dujardin will continue to compete at an elite level and is aiming for the 2020 Summer Olympics. Charlotte Dujardin guest starred on the Netflix show Free Rein.


Following the retirement of Valegro, Dujardin worked with a number of new horses. At the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games, on new nine-year old mare Mount St John Freestyle, Dujardin won bronze medals in both Team Dressage and Individual Grand Prix Sp├ęcial.

Charlotte Dujardin signed with Trafalgar Square Books. On 27 March 2018 Charlotte released her book “The Girl on the Dancing Horse: Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro”.


Dujardin and Valegro also won double individual gold medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics, making her the first British woman to retain an individual Olympic title. With three gold medals and a silver, Dujardin was briefly the most successful female British Olympian in the history of the Games before cyclist Laura Trott surpassed her record with a fourth gold. Dujardin and Valegro set a new Olympic dressage score of 93.857 in the Grand Prix Freestyle.

At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Dujardin became engaged to Dean Golding. He who wore a shirt bearing the proposal “Can we get married now?” after she won the Gold medal for the Dressage section of Equestrian.

On 14 December 2016, Dujardin retired Valegro at age 14 after completing a flawless freestyle test at the Olympia London International Horse Show. The event was televised live on the BBC. His final performance was followed by tributes from Carl Hester, Valegro’s owner and Charlotte’s trainer, and Alan Davies, Valegro’s groom. Dujardin and Hester decided after the 2016 Summer Olympics that Valegro had done everything that he could have after winning 3 Olympic individual gold medals, 1 Silver team gold, and numerous world titles with Dujardin, and wanted to let him end his career on a high note. “I wanted to retire him on a high note, because he owes me absolutely nothing”, Dujardin said after an interview with the BBC.


In December 2012 Dujardin, again riding Valegro, won the 2012 World Cup freestyle event held at Olympia, with a score of 87.875%. On 19 April 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, US, Dujardin and Valegro won the FEI World Cup with a score of 94.169% on the final day of competition. This was their fourth consecutive World Title; they are the only competition pair to have ever held four consecutive world titles.


Dujardin was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours and Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2017 New Year Honours, both for services to equestrianism.


Dujardin and Valegro were among the rider/horse pairs selected to represent Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Olympics, In the first round this dressage team set a new Olympic Record of 83.784%. On 7 August 2012 the pair were members of the British team which won the gold medal in the team dressage event. Two days later, in a routine accompanied by music which included Land of Hope and Glory, The Great Escape and the chimes of Big Ben; the pair won the gold medal in the individual dressage event, with a score of 90.089%.


In 2011, Dujardin was asked by Hester and co-owner Roly Luard to develop the novice Dutch Warmblood gelding Valegro, with the intention of that horse being ridden by Hester. However, Dujardin competed on Valegro in their first dressage Grand Prix event in 2011, the combination became part of the successful team which won gold in a European Dressage Championship event at Rotterdam. The pair then won the FEI World Cup Grand Prix at London Olympia in 2011, setting a new World Record for the Olympic Grand Prix special discipline by point-scoring at 88.022%, in April 2012.


After encouragement from her trainer Debbie Thomas, Dujardin took up dressage with a horse bought from her grandmother’s inheritance. In February 2007, after she sought employment with Carl Hester, he gave her some coaching. Spotting her talent, he offered her a job as a groom at his yard in Newent, Gloucestershire, where she has since remained. Dujardin’s owned-horse is Fernandez.


Charlotte Susan Jane Dujardin, CBE (born 13 July 1985) is a British dressage rider, equestrian, and writer. The most successful British dressage rider in the history of the sport and the winner of all major titles and world records in the sport, Dujardin has been described as the dominant dressage rider of her era.

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