The Netherlands are the defending Jumping Nations Cup Final champions ©Getty Images

All eyes will be on the Netherlands and their title defence as the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Jumping Nations Cup Final begins tomorrow in Barcelona.

Scheduled to be held at the Real Club de Polo until October 2, the Dutch will be in relaxed mood after having secured a spot at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, following a second place at August's World Championships.

World champions Sweden, bronze medallists Britain, Ireland and Germany have all sealed their place at the Olympic Games in the French capital.

However, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Norway, Spain and Switzerland will be eyeing the one quota spot up for grabs in Barcelona.

The Swiss in particular will be looking to win their maiden Nations Cup Final gold, with London 2012 Olympic champion Steve Guerdat and reigning FEI Jumping World Cup champion Martin Fuchs leading the charge.

Belgium, who were on Switzerland’s toes at the World Championships in Herning, will look up to Jerome Guery for a ticket to the Olympic Games.

Guery will be joined by Henrik von Eckermann, Gregory Wathelet, Olivier Philippaerts, Gilles Thomas and Koen Vereecke.

A total of 14 nations will compete in the tournament.

The top-eight nations will be heading to the grand final on Sunday (October 2) while the remaining six will contest the Challenge Cup.