Four British-based riders have been nominated for Australia's eventing team to compete at London 2012.
The five-strong team, subject to ratification from Australian Olympic chiefs, comprises husband and wife Clayton and Lucinda Fredericks, Andrew Hoy, Christopher Burton and Shane Rose.
The Fredericks' are based in Wiltshire, as is Hoy, while Burton competes out of Dorset and has been a consistent winner on the British eventing circuit this season.
Hoy is set to become the first seven-time Australian Olympian. He has been part of three gold medal-winning teams and also claimed an individual silver in Sydney 12 years ago.
Lucinda and Clayton Fredericks, meanwhile, were part of the group that won team Olympic silver in 2008.
Lucinda will ride Flying Finish, the horse on which she finished second in the Luhmuhlen four-star event three days ago, with Clayton aboard Bendigo.
Hoy has been selected on Rutherglen, Burton will ride Holstein Park Leilani, with Rose on Taurus.
There are no places, though, for riders such as 2010 Badminton winner Paul Tapner, Sam Griffiths or Megan Jones.
Australia are rated strong medal contenders at Greenwich Park next month alongside the likes of Britain, Germany and New Zealand.
The eventing competition begins on July 28 with two days of dressage, followed by cross-country and showjumping.