You might back yourself to pick out Charlotte Dujardin or William Fox-Pitt from a crowd, but what about the stars of the past?
Put yourself to the test with our archive photos…
This rider, who died in January this year at the age of 76, was considered the ‘poster boy’ for eventing. He competed at four successive Olympic Games, winning team gold at the Mexico Olympics in 1968, and individual and team gold at Munich in 1972. He also took the 1964 Burghley title and won Badminton in 1970 and 1982.
Born in Hampshire in 1953, this rider won Badminton Horse Trials an unprecedented six times on six different horses. In 1977 she scored a hat trick, coming first at Badminton, Burghley and the European Championships.
This dressage rider represented Britain in four Olympic games; at Munich in 1972, Montreal in 1976, Los Angeles in 1984 and Seoul in 1988 where she was 14th. Before concentrating on dressage she made her name in point-to-pointing and eventing.
This rider was the first British woman to compete in an Olympic three-day-event, winning a team gold at Mexico in 1968. She has also won Badminton (in 1968 and 1978) and Burghley (in 1976) and was a member of the gold medal team at the European Championships at Burghley in 1977.
Born and raised in Malta, this rider won three consecutive european eventing titles in 1985, 1987 and 1989. She also took Burghley Horse Trials five times (in 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 and 1989) and Badminton Horse Trials three times (in 1985, 1989 and 1993).
This Irish showjumper took the Hickstead Derby titles in four consequtive years (1976, 1977, 1978 and 1979). He also represented Ireland at the Olympic games in Barcelona in 1992 and in Atlanta in 1996.
This Welsh showjumper won the King George V Gold Cup six times on six different horses between 1960 and 1991. He also took the individual gold medal at the European Championships at Aachen in 1961, at Rotterdam in 1967 and at Hickstead in 1969. And at the Olympics in 1960 and 1968 he took the individual bronze medals.