Russia looks set to send a five-rider team to equestrian events at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

International Equestrian Federation President Ingmar De Vos says "there is no indication of any organized doping malpractices within the Russian equestrian delegation."

Russia has qualified three rider and horse pairings in eventing, for team and individual competitions in Rio, and two pairings in dressage.

No Russian equestrian cases were noted last Monday in a World Anti-Doping Agency inquiry report which suggested hundreds of covered-up positive tests were made to disappear in a state-backed doping program from 2011 to 2015.

On Sunday, the IOC executive board asked Olympic sports federations to analyze the doping record of each athlete qualified to compete in Rio before their entry can be approved.

De Vos says in a statement "as long as there is no indication against any specific athlete I see absolutely no reason why the Russian equestrian athletes should not compete at Rio."