Dunham has won gold at four consecutive Paralympic Games
Dressage rider Anne Dunham has become the first Britain to win a gold in four consecutive Paralympic Games.
Dunham from Broad Hinton on board Teddy Edwards won the individual gold by just point three of a percent.
The 59-year-old told BBC Radio Wiltshire: "It feels a bit like a dream, it's magical it really is, I'm still trying to digest it all.
"Doing it with that horse makes it special, he's a reformed character and it's lovely to do it with him."
Dunham adds her gold in Hong Kong to team triumphs in Atlanta, Sydney and Athens.