The British para dressage riders dominated London 2012, bringing home 14 medals in total — five individual gold, five individual silver, one bronze and team gold — and making it Britain’s most successful games ever.
And to celebrate the magic of those games, the British Paralympic Association introduced National Paralympic Day, now in its third year, which is being celebrated across the country today (26 July, 2015).
Take a look back at some of those glory moments from Greenwich…
Does seeing female competitors without hairnets make your stomach do a little flip? And is all your kit patent or
Deb Criddle and LJT Akilles
Lee Pearson and Gentleman
Grade II individual gold medalist Natasha Baker takes a lap of honour at Greenwich Park. “This is the most incredible feeling in the world,” she said. About her ride Cabral she added: “He’s just the best horser ever, a dream.”
Savouring the moment: Natasha Baker with her gold medal. “It’s so heavy!” she exclaimed at the time. “I nearly fell over when they put it on me.”
Bring on Rio 2016 — only 409 days to go…