The girl who went from stable hand to Olympic gold medallist in just five years has won another gold.
Charlotte Dujardin (pictured far right, above) from Enfield took a second dressage gold in the individual event, taking Team GB to three golds in equestrian.
She will now get a stamp of her own and a new gold postbox.
Best gold medal total for 104 years
Dujardin's gold increases Britain's best gold medal total for 104 years. Only in the London Games of 1908, where the hosts won 56 medals, have Britain done better.
With the team of Dujardin, Laura Bechtolsheimer and Carl Hester having already tasted victory at Greenwich Park, the further gold, and bronze medal won by Laura, complete an unprecedented haul for the GB dressage team.
Team GB are three medals ahead of the 2008 Beijing total four years ago, and two above their minimum London target of 48.