Home favourite Edward Gal claimed a second International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Grand Prix victory in as many days after winning the three-star event in Rotterdam in The Netherlands.
Having won with Glock’s Zonik N.O.P. yesterday, Gal triumphed with Glock’s Voice today at the Kralingse Bos venue.
He scored a total of 74.261 per cent to beat Sweden’s Tinne Vilhelmson Silfven, riding Don Auriello, by a margin of 1.087.
The United States' Steffen Peters finished 1.631 per cent back in third with Suppenkasper.
The event forms part of this weekend's FEI Dressage Nations Cup.
The Kralingse Bos venue is playing host to the 70th edition of the CHIO Rotterdam meeting.
The anniversary makes CHIO Rotterdam the eldest international sports event in the Dutch city and the eldest international five-star equestrian event in The Netherlands.
Action is due to continue tomorrow.