The GB team went through the weekend’s Grand Prix races to join Germany, the United States, the Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal and Spain in Tuesday’s final.
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Twenty-four riders take part in the grand prix special, divided into three groups: the first two of each team will ride in reverse order of merit (according to their grand prix scores), while the final group will ride in the reverse order of the classification of the teams at the end of the first two groups, promising a tense final.
As for when we can expect to see the GB team in action, Carl Hester riding En Vogue is first at around 10:00 GMT, followed by Charlotte Fry on Everdale at 11:35 GMT and then Charlotte Dujardin on Gio, whose time is start will be determined by the result of the first two groups.
Germany advanced to the team final with the highest score on Sunday and are undoubtedly the favorites on Tuesday, alongside world number one Isabell Werth and top scorer Jessica von Bredow-Werndl.
The GB team also has a serious pedigree, with Dujardin, 36, having won gold in the individual and team events in London 2012 and individual gold and team silver in Rio five years ago.
Hester, 56, meanwhile has a lot of experience and is competing in his sixth Olympics and was on the same team with Dujardin who won medals in the last two Games.
Speaking after making her Olympic debut this weekend, Team GB’s Charlotte Fry, 25, said: “I was really happy with it. It couldn’t be better, to be honest.
Of his mount, Everdale, Fry said, “He really knew this was a big opportunity. He was so focused today. It was such a great feeling. We have really grown together and built a great partnership. I enjoyed every second, and he felt like he enjoyed it too.
“You never know how it will feel when you step into the arena, and every arena is different, but I really trust him and he really trusts me, so that kind of situation doesn’t worry us too much. “
The team final of the Special Dressage Grand Prix will be broadcast on television on Eurosport Player, discovery + and on BBC 2, BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.