The New Zealand equestrian Jock Paget says he's preparing for the World Games in France in August.
After almost nine months under a doping cloud, Paget will return to action in England next week after the FEI tribunal lifted his provisional suspension, pending the release of their full ruling.
Paget had his Burghley title stripped after his horse Clifton Promise failed a post-event drugs test last September.
Paget says it's a good outcome, but he won't celebrate until the full ruling is released.
He feels his record with Clifton Promise should be enough for his selection for the World Games team.
Paget will next compete on Clifton Promise in a one day event on June 21st.