Gloucestershire's double Olympic gold medallist Charlotte Dujardin brought the curtain down on the greatest year of her career with victory in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup freestyle event at Olympia.
British star Dujardin and her London 2012 horse Valegro proved unstoppable with a performance that earned them a score of 87.975%.
Her two gold medals at Greenwich Park apart, Dujardin also set two world records and three Olympic records during an unforgettable eight months when she conquered the dressage world.
The 27-year-old won a standing ovation from an 8,000 crowd that hailed the greatest dressage combination seen since Dutchman Edward Gal and his brilliant black stallion Totilas were in their pomp more than three years ago.
Carl Hester, her mentor, trainer and Great Britain Olympic gold medal-winning team colleague led the tributes to Dujardin:
Valegro is co-owned by Hester and Roly Luard, and speculation has been rife since the Olympics that he would be sold for £3million or above.
Dujardin, meanwhile, hopes that a syndicate can be put together to keep the horse in Britain and enable her to continue with the ride that has brought her so much success: