Charlotte Dujardin just won gold in the dressage with her horse Valegro!
But what even is dressage?
People on Twitter were pretty confused.
Who invented dressage? How did they bring it up with the horse? "Gary, I know you love ploughing. But how do you feel about the rumba?"
-- Kaya Burgess (@kayaburgess) August 15, 2016
Loving the Olympics, but dressage a sport?? Looks like horses jogging on the spot to me
-- Ade Harrison (@ToploaderNT6) August 15, 2016
Turns out it really is about horses dancing.
My mum on dressage: 'why is horse dancing in the olympics and human dancing isn't'
she has a point
-- Maddy Carroll (@maddykcarroll) August 15, 2016
When people realised this, they were a little bored.
Settled down to watch the dressage, only to be immediately distracted by some fairly raucous paint drying outside
-- David Lloyd (@dave_backwell) August 15, 2016
-- Jim Morrison (@kernowrides) August 15, 2016
I've watched a few different sports in the olympics but I've got to draw the line at dressage
-- Jack (@JackWhitelock) August 15, 2016
But it did get more interesting when we realised Team GB were doing pretty great.
Dressage is easily the most boring sport but bearable now we're onto another gold
-- - (@carl_lfc_1892) August 15, 2016
In fact Charlotte and Valegro got an absolutely magnificent score of 93.857% - whilst all the other competitors were frankly amateurs with their scores in the 80s (just kidding - we don't think we could even get on a horse, let alone make it dance).
-- Laura Tomlinson (@LauraB_dressage) August 15, 2016
Congratulations Charlotte - another medal to add to the bank!