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Andreas Helgstrand

Medal record
Competitor for 22x20px Denmark
Olympic Games
Bronze 2008 Beijing Team dressage

Andreas Helgstrand (born October 2, 1977) is an award-winning Danish dressage rider who is most known for riding the 9-year-old mare Blue Hors Matiné at the Grand Prix level. Helgstrand has also represented Denmark in Olympic dressage events in 2004 and at the World Equestrian Games. Helgstrand was part of the Bronze winning Danish team at the Olympic games in Beijing 2008.

Helgstrand competed in the 2006 World Equestrian Games on December 20th in Aachen, Germany. He rode Matiné in his freestyle dressage test, where he opened the routine with a double canter pirouette. Both Helgstrand and Matiné performed wonderfully, receiving high marks from the judges. A video of the routine can be found on Youtube.

See also

  • Denmark at the 2004 Summer Olympics

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