Great Britain's Charlotte Fry won silver while Charlotte Dujardin took bronze in the Grand Prix Freestyle at the European Dressage Championships.
Defending champion Jessica von Bredow-Werndl won gold for host nation Germany with a championship record of 92.818%.
World champion Fry, 27, claimed a personal best score of 92.379% riding Glamourdale, while Dujardin, 38, scored 91.396% on Imhotep.
Fellow Briton Carl Hester, 56, finished seventh with 85.461% on Fame.
On Friday, Dujardin led Britain to a first team gold since London 2012 before winning individual bronze in the Grand Prix Special on Saturday.
Six months ago the three-time Olympic champion gave birth to her daughter Isabella.
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