Olympia, the London International Horse Show (17-23 December) has announced the top riders that intend to compete at the show in dressage, showjumping and driving.
The final showjumping and dressage entries will be announced on 6 December.
Show director Simon Brooks-Ward said: “We are delighted with the nominated entries this year.
“To have so many medallists from London 2012 including the full British gold medal-winning jumping team and all three medallists from the individual [jumping] competition is outstanding.
“Olympia will be a chance for the audience to revisit the triumphs of the Olympic Games and see these top riders back in action,” he added.
The Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage leg, sponsored by Horse & Hound, looks set to be fabulous line-up.
Among the 10 Olympic combinations that could compete are two of the top three in the World rankings — Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro and Helen Langehanenberg and Damon Hill.
The competition could also pit Charlotte and “Blueberry” against her former horse Fernandez and his new rider Cathrine Rasmussen.
The British team will also boast Carl Hester and Uthopia and Richard Davison and Hiscox Artemis among others — see below for full teams.
The nominated riders in the Rolex FEI World Cup jumping competition (22 December) include all three individual winners at Greenwich — Steve Guerdat of Switzerland, Holland’s Gerco Schröder and Irish rider Cian O’Connor.
And all four members of the British gold-winning Olympic team — Nick Skelton, Scott Brash, Ben Maher and Peter Charles — plan to compete at Olympia.
Fans of Nick’s former ride Carlo may also have a treat in store if his new rider, Spaniard Sergio Alvarez Moya, brings him to the show.
FEI World Cup Driving returns to Olympia this year (19-20 December).
Seven drivers will compete over the two days.
Five competitors have been drawn by the FEI from the top 10 qualified drivers — Koos de Ronde (Netherlands), Theo Timmerman (Netherlands), Fredrick Persson (Sweden), Christoph Sandmann (Germany) and Georg Von Stein (Germany).
And two wildcards will compete — world number 1 Boyd Exell (Australia) and the stunt rider Daniel Naprous (Great Britain).
Lyndal Oatley and Sandro Boy 9
Claudia Fassaert and Donnerfee
Simon Missiaen and Vradin
Henriette Andersen and Louis D’Or
Hannah Biggs and Weltzin
Emily Cousins and Solo Bachelorette
Nikki Crisp and Pasoa
Richard Davison and Hiscox Artemis
Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro
Michael Eilberg and Half Moon Delphi
Carl Hester and Uthopia
Emma Hindle and Chequille
Sarah Millis and Hp Frontier
Alice Oppenheimer and Wurlizer
Daniel Sherriff and Bayford Hall Dallaglio
Daniel Watson and Fideramber
Anabel Balkenhol and either Dablino FRH or Rubins Royal
Helen Langehanenberg and either Damon Hill NRW or Fürst Khevenhüller
Isabell Werth and either Der Stern OLD, Johnson FRH or El Santo NRW
Dane Rawlins and Sydney
Yvette Truesdale and Has To Be Fun
Edward Gal and either Blue Hors Romanov or Glock’s Undercover
Patrick van de Meer and Uzzo
Hans Peter Minderhoud and either Glock’s Tango or Whitney van’t Genthof
Siril Helljesen and Dorina
Lillann Jebsen and Pro-Set
Cathrine Rasmussen and Fernandez
Luis Principe and World Performance Washington
Maurice Van Roosbroeck
Sergio Alvarez Moya
Pilar Lucrecia Cordon
Juan Carlos Garcia
Luca Maria Moneta
Ole Kristoffer Meland