Equestrian, as we know it, has been part of the Olympic programme since the Games in Stockholm in 1912 and is the only Olympic sport where men and women compete against each other. Para-equestrian dressage has been included in the Paralympic Games since Atlanta in 1996.
A history of Great Britain's achievements at Olympic and Paralympic Games can be found by clicking on the link below;
All FEI disciplines compete in World and European Championships. A European Championship happens every other year, with the World Equestrian Games (which sees all FEI disciplines compete) taking place every four years, mid-Olympic cycle. The Non-Olympic disciplines also compete in discipline specific World Championships.
To view GBR's past success at European and World Championships, please click on one of the links below
Great Britain is also represented on the European stage by Young Rider, Children on Horses, Junior and Pony squads. Results for these youth teams can be viewed by clicking on the links below;