U.S. Equestrian has announced the athlete-and-horse combinations selected to represent the U.S. Olympic dressage team at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. 

Three-time Olympic medalist Steffen Peters (riding Suppenkasper), will make his sixth Olympic appearance. At age 59, Peters is the oldest U.S. Olympian since 1936 when the U.S. had competitors in the art competitions, according to OlyMADMen. Peters won bronze medals in the team dressage event at the Atlanta 1996 and Rio 2016 Games, and added a silver to his collection at the Tokyo Games held in 2021. 

Peters will be joined by Tokyo team silver medalist Adrienne Lyle (riding Helix), who will make her third appearance at the Games, and Marcus Orlob (riding Jane), who will make his Olympic debut in Paris. 

Endel Ots (riding Bohemian) was selected as the traveling reserve. 

These athletes join Will Coleman (riding Off The Record), Boyd Martin (riding Fedarman B), and Caroline Pamukcu (riding HSH Blake), who were selected for the eventing team in early June. 

Jumping team selection

The jumping team is the final portion of the U.S. Olympic equestrian roster remaining to be named. Team selection is expected to take place July 7, 2024. 

The following athletes are on the short list:

  • Karl Cook 
  • Natalie Dean
  • Katie Dinan
  • Kent Farrington
  • Lillie Keenan
  • Laura Kraut 
  • Callie Schott 
  • Jessica Springsteen
  • Aaron Vale 
  • McLain Ward