Pearson has won gold medals in three successive Paralympics
Staffordshire's Lee Pearson says winning the seventh and eighth gold medals of his career at the equestrian para-dressage is "crazy".
Pearson took gold in the individual and team events on Wednesday to add to the six golds he won in 2000 and 2004.
The 34-year-old told the BBC: "I've got 100% success at Paralympic level on three different horses. It's crazy.
"The last year and a half have been really tough for me, I'm absolutely over the moon."
Pearson was on board Gentleman, a horse in his first Paralympics, after previous mount Blue Circle Boy was forced into retirement.
"He's a young horse who has behaved impeccably," said Pearson.
"He's been a little bit stressed away from the arena but I couldn't ask for more."
Pearson will go for his third gold of the Games in Thurdsay's individual freestyle event.