The British Equestrian Federation has released the names of the riders and horses they have submitted to the FEI as the Nominated Entry List for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Only horses and riders listed on the Nominated Entries can be put forward to the British Olympic Association (BOA) for selection. Great Britain is eligible to select four riders for Dressage, three team members and one individual rider. The final selection for Dressage will be made week commencing 2 July.
Nominated entries for Dressage are as follows:
Henriette Andersen with Mrs Paula Potter's Louis D'Or
Laura Bechtolsheimer with Dr Wilfried & Mrs Ursula Bechtolsheimer's and her own Mistral Hojris
Laura Bechtolsheimer with Dr Wilfried & Mrs Ursula Bechtolsheimer's Andretti H
Hannah Biggs with her own Weltzin
Nikki Crisp with her own Pasoa
Richard Davison with the Countess of Derby's (Hiscox) Artemis
Charlotte Dujardin with Mr Carl Hester & Mrs Roly Luard's Valegro
Michael Eilberg with Mrs Julie Deverill's Half Moon Delphi
Michael Eilberg with Mr Ferdi Eilberg's Marakov
Emile Faurie with Ms Joanne Vaughan's Elmegardens Marquis
Judy Harvey with Mr Richard Heley's Fitzcerraldo
Carl Hester with Mrs Sasha Stewart's and his own Uthopia
Emma Hindle with the Brookhouse Stud Ltd's Diamond Hit
Gareth Hughes with Ms Jane Brewin's DV Stenkjers Nadonna
Further information on final selection will be communicated as soon as it is available.
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