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It’s that time of year again when we test your power of observation and memory from the 2017 eventing year around the world. Here are the answers - how did you go?

In a few weeks Shane Rose will be competing at Badminton for the first time. This excerpt from An Eventful Life – Life Stories of Eventing Champions looks at the lead-up to Shane's third place at Burghley in 2006

Talented young horses and up and coming young riders dominated October as the season drew to a close, Michael Jung was still on a roll and our top blog dealt with a weighty issue

September was HUGE! The toughest ever course at Burghley, the rain and drama at the European Championships at Blair Castle, an international affair at beautiful Blenheim and of course lots of interviews with the best of the best in the eventing world

Oliver Townend was on a roll in August with wins all over the place and in Western Australia the riders at Wooroloo were playing at being Simba the Lion King - our August 2015 eventing review

From the cold at Quirindi in Australia to beautiful Barbury in Britain, eventing was in full swing and Team USA could sigh with relief at finally qualifying for Rio in July

From Bramham to Luhmuhlen and Melbourne, the events were coming thick and fast with the girls doing well in June and a farewell blog to Favorit Z by Imogen Mercer won the hearts of our readers

The cutest press conference of the year and our meeting with Badminton winner Chilli Morning were a couple of our eventing highlights from May 2015 but there were plenty more at events in Australia and the UK

We were to see a lot of this man in 2015 as Michael Jung started his 4* year with a win in Kentucky - just one of the many events we covered in April 2015

When March comes around, we move up a gear in the eventing world as events come thick and fast and in 2015 it wasn't just the chilly weather causing red noses on course in the UK