From the Dressage Ring to the Runway, Charlotte Dujardin Joins MOT Models

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro at the 2014 World Equestrian Games (Photo: Mary Phelps)

Dressage super star, and Olympic Gold Medallist Charlotte Dujardin continues to bring the sport into the mainstream media a she expands her career into modelling and fashion. Dujardin has already been decked out in Reem Acra designs when attending FEI Awards, and now her image will become more mainstream, bringing dressage and horses into the fashion industry. Dujardin will be joining the ranks of those sports personalities already on MOT Models’ books, including boxer Luke Campbell, rugby star Mike Phillips, the record-breaking ocean swimmer Adam Walker, and windsurfer Bryony Shaw.

The director of MOT Models, Alison Griffin expressed her delight at the signing of the talented horsewoman, who she described as one of the “Olympic icons and heroes” of the dressage world. Dujardin was working as a groom for her mentor and champion dressage rider Carl Hester. Her skills as a horsewomen was one of the many things Hester noticed that resulted in him offering to coach the young stable hand.

Dujardin will be headed to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, but before she hits the ring, she will be appearing in a few modeling campaigns.