Britain's Charlotte Dujardin made it double gold by retaining her freestyle title in dramatic style at the European Dressage Championships in Germany.
Home rider Kristina Broring-Sprehe, the penultimate competitor, had set a tough standard with a score of 88.804%.
But despite a couple of errors, Dujardin and Valegro came out to score 89.054% and claim another success.
Dujardin had retained her Grand Prix Special title on Saturday and also helped GB to team silver.
Team-mate Carl Hester was eighth on Nip Tuck with a score of 79.591% but Fiona Bigwood and her horse Atterupgaards Orthilia were forced to pull out before the start of the event with a slight skin reaction to the horse, which was causing sensitivity.
Dujardin, 30, said afterwards that she would now start working on a new freestyle routine as she prepares for next year's Rio Olympics.
"I'm really proud and relieved," she told BBC Sport.
"I wish I had done a mistake-free test but you can't be perfect all the time and I am proud of what we have achieved.
"With the errors, I knew I had to keep on and not let it affect my performance and just focus and concentrate to the bitter end.
"The pressure builds and builds on me every year but I try to use that as a drive to keep going."