The riders making up the German teams in eventing, showjumping and dressage have all been announced. So who will represent the winning-most nation of all in the equestrian events at London 2012?
There was a couple of surprising omissions from the dressage squad, with former Olympic champion Isabell Werth left off the team, and Matthias Rath and Totilas also absent, due to Rath being unwell and missing the final selection trial for the Games.
Three Olympic debutants, Helen Langehanenberg (Damon Hill), Kristina Sprehe (Desperados) and Dorothee Schneider (Diva Royal), will make up the German team, following recent good performances at Hagen and Aachen.
The team representing Germany in showjumping will be world number seven Marcus Ehning (Plot Blue/Copin van de Broy), Christian Ahlmann (Codex One/Taloubet Z), Janne-Friederike Meyer (Cellagon Lambrasco) and Philipp Weishaupt (Monte Bellini).
Despite the omission of top riders like Ludger Beerbaum, Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and world number six Marko Kutscher, the team is one of the likely contenders to be on the Olympic podium this August.
The eventing team was selected following the final Olympic trial at last weekend's FEI Nations Cup league at Aachen, in which the home side dominated.
World champion Michael Jung (La Biosthetique Sam FBW), Sandra Auffarth (Opgun Louvo), Ingrid Klimke (FRH Butts Abraxxas) and Dirk Schrade (Hop And Skip or King Artus), who were all on the winning team at Aachen, will head to Greenwich with a very good chance of success.