Coyle, Berry and Lyle in Ireland's equestrian team

Daniel Coyle, Susie Berry and Abigail Lyle have been named in Ireland's equestrian team for the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

The Irish showjumping team, which recently won the five-star Aachen Nations Cup, consists of Ardmore rider Coyle, on his horse Legacy, Shane Sweetnam on James Kaan Cruz and Cian O'Connor on Maurice.

Lyle, from Bangor, will represent Ireland in the dressage on her horse Giraldo.

Ireland's eventing team consists of Austin O'Connor, Sarah Ennis and County Down rider Susie Berry, who rides Crisy Salmon.

Cian O'Connor said he was "delighted" to be selected for his fourth Olympics.

"The Irish showjumping team is on the crest of a wave currently and only last week we won the prestigious Aachen Nation’s Cup event in Germany," said O'Connor, who won a bronze medal in 2012.

"Like in any sport, a winning team breeds confidence and from that momentum follows, so hopefully all horses and riders stay healthy, and we can deliver our best performance together in Paris."

The equestrian events will take place on the grounds of Versailles Palace.

Ireland's equestrian team

Showjumping: Shane Sweetnam (James Kann Cruz), Daniel Coyle (Legacy), Cian O’Connor (Maurice)

Alternate: Bertram Allen (Pacino Amiro)

Eventing: Austin O’Connor (Colorado Blue), Sarah Ennis (Action Lady M), Susie Berry (Crisy Salmon)

Alternate: Aoife Clark (Sportsfield Freelance)

Dressage: Abigail Lyle (Giraldo)