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Carl Hester claimed his 60th National title at the Espayo National Dressage Championships at Stoneleigh Park (14 Sept) as he won the Dressage International Intermediate I with Aram Gregoryís Dances with Wolves.
Britain surpassed its total medal tally record of 10 set at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics with 5 Gold, 5 Silver and 1 Bronze medal at the 2012 Paralympics.
Natasha Baker confirmed her superstar status with gold while Lee Pearson added a bronze, which meant he was unable to equal the Paralympic record of 11 gold medals set by wheelchair athlete Tanni Grey-Thompson and swimmer David Roberts.
All the British riders competing on Day 4 won an individual medal: Sophie Christiansen took individual gold in Ia, Sophie Wells silver in Grade IV and Deb Criddle silver in Grade III.
Natasha Baker and Cabral won individual gold in Grade II but Lee Pearsonís score of 75.391% turned out not to be enough to win him his tenth gold.
Britainís riders enjoyed another spectacularly successful day, winning two grades and finishing second in another, in the Paralympics.
Britain made a fantastic start to the Paralympic Games, winning both grades that took place today.
Britain clinched its first individual Olympic medals Ė a gold and a bronze - to put us firmly amongst the great dressaging nations of the world following our team Gold on Tuesday.
British trio Carl Hester, Charlotte Dujardin and Laura Bechtolsheimer added their own chapter to the history of dressage in a phenomenal display at the Greenwich Arena.
Charlotte Dujardinís Olympic Record score of 83.66% keeps the British Dressage team in gold medal position on 79.40%, a fraction ahead of Germany.