The Queen's grand daughter, Zara Phillips, who lives in Gloucestershire, is to return to major competition for the first time since the birth of her daughter Mia at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy in August.
She has been named in a six-strong Great Britain squad which also includes Pippa Funnell, William Fox-Pitt, Tina Cook, Izzy Taylor and Oliver Townend.
Phillips was crowned world eventing champion in Aachen in 2006 and won team silver at London 2012 alongside Cook and Fox-Pitt, where she was presented with her medal by her mother, the Princess Royal.
The post box in Newent in Gloucestershire has been painted gold to mark Charlotte Dujardin's gold medal in the Equestrian Individual Dressage competition. It is based at the post office and is already providing plenty of photo opportunities
The Royal Mail has issued a stamp to mark Charlotte Dujardin's victory in the Equestrian Individual Dressage on her horse Valegro today. It will be on sale in post offices at lunchtime tomorrow (Friday).
It is the 23rd Gold Medal stamp to be released - Charlotte of course already features on one thanks to her winning gold in the team event with her Gloucestershire team-mates Carl Hester and Laura Bechtolsheimer, who gained bronze today.
Tomorrow a second post box in Newent, where Charlotte lives and trains, will be painted gold to mark her achievements.
Our westcountry Olympic eventers have just won a silver medal for Great Britain at Greenwich Park in London.
Mary King, from Salcombe Regis near Sidmouth, and William Fox-Pitt from Dorset were both instrumental reaching the podium by completing faultless rounds in the show jumping.
It's Britain's fourth medal of the Games.
Emma Walden meets Zara Phillips, who is training hard for the Olympics. She missed the last two games because her horse was injured but both her mother the Princess Royal and her father Capt Mark Phillips have competed in the past.