At the culmination of equestrian competition in Tokyo, Sweden walked away with the show jumping team gold medal, followed by the U.S. for the silver medal and Belgium for the bronze.
U.S. Equestrian announced that McLain Ward and his 12-year-old German Sporthorse gelding, Contagious, will replace Kent Farrington and Gazelle for show jumping team competition in Tokyo.
Great Britain's Ben Maher topped the podium in the individual show jumping final, followed by Sweden's Peder Fredricson and the Netherlands' Mikael van der Vleuten.
After cross-country in Tokyo, Great Britain's Oliver Townend is back in the lead followed by his teammate Laura Collett and Germany's Julia Krajewski.
Germany's Michael Jung soared to the top of the leaderboard ahead of cross-country in Tokyo.
U.S. Eventing has brought on Olympic gold-medalist Peter Wylde to coach show jumping in Tokyo.
Doug Payne and Vandiver will replace Elisabeth Halliday-Sharp and Deniro Z in Tokyo.
Kent Farrington, Laura Kraut, Jessica Springstein and McLain Ward are off to Tokyo!
Daniel Deusser (GER) dominated the field aboard Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z in the $214,000 Grand Prix CSIO4* at the Winter Equestrian Festival.