Michael Whitaker has been named as a non-travelling reserve for Great Britain's Olympic showjumping team.
Whitaker, winner of Sunday's prestigious Aachen Grand Prix in Germany on GIG Amai, was viewed by many people as a surprise omission when the Greenwich-bound quartet was named earlier this month.
The team comprises Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles, with Tina Fletcher as the travelling reserve.
Nottinghamshire-based Whitaker, 52, was part of Britain's last Olympic showjumping medal success 28 years ago, when he helped secure team silver in Los Angeles.
The British Equestrian Federation has also confirmed that 48-year-old Emile Faurie will be the dressage team's non-travelling reserve.
Faurie, from Oxfordshire, was part of the British gold medal-winning team at last year's European Championships in Rotterdam, but he missed out on a London place behind Carl Hester, Charlotte Dujardin, Laura Bechtolsheimer and Richard Davison.
Faurie will ride Elmegardens Marquis if required at London, while Bechtolsheimer's Andretti H has also been named as a reserve horse.