Charlotte Dujardin

Charlotte Dujardin won Britain’s second dressage gold medal of the Olympics as the host nation’s equestrian team finished London 2012 with three titles.

“I wanted to enjoy it, go out and not regret anything,” said Dujardin, who also helped Britain to team victory in Greenwich Park on Tuesday.

Dujardin beat a huge score from Dutch rider Adelinde Cornelissen while Laura Bechtolsheimer took bronze for GB.

Theirs are the first individual Olympic dressage medals ever won by Britain.

Dujardin, 27, partnered Valegro to victory as the two performed to movie themes including The Great Escape and Live And Let Die.

“It is always something I’ve known the horse could achieve, but I didn’t really know how I was going to find the atmosphere and the expectation,” she said.

“I love doing freestyle and I had great fun. Valegro felt tired but he went out there and gave it his all, he didn’t let me down.