Belgium has announced a four-strong equestrian team for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The country will be led by two-time London 2012 gold medallist Michele George, who will be looking for more success in the Brazilian city.
Riding FBW Rainman, the 42-year-old won both the Grade IV Championship and freestyle competitions in the British capital.
She will be joined in the team by Barbara Minneci, who finished fifth in the Grade II team event and sixth in the freestyle on Barilla.
Another London 2012 Paralympian, Ciska Vermeulen, will also be back in Rio on her horse Rohmeo.
In 2012, she was fifth in the Grade IV freestyle competition.
The quartet will be joined by Paralympic debutante Eveline Van Looveren, who will make her Games debut on Exellent.
Paralympic equestrian will taken place between September 11 and 16.