Britain remain unbeaten in the Paralympic team test since equestrian dressage was introduced at Atlanta 1996.
The final four sets of medals were awarded at Greenwich Park on Tuesday in the grade IV, III and Ia individual freestyle competitions.
The grade IV individual freestyle result mirrored Sunday's (2 September) individual championship test. Belgium’s Michele George on Rainman won gold ahead of Sophie Wells on Pinocchio by less than one percentage point, with Frank Hosmar (Netherlands) again taking bronze riding Alphaville.
George’s score of 82.100 was a new personal best, while Wells was left to rue a risky movement down the centre line that she believed cost her vital percentage points.
Germany’s Hannelore Brenner added to her medal collection by claiming another gold medal riding Women of the World. Brenner scored an impressive 81.700 to again eclipse her grade rival Deborah Criddle (Great Britain) and LJT Akilles by three percentage points. Annika Dalskov on Aros A Fenris collected bronze.
Sophie Christiansen became the first British athlete at the 2012 Paralympics to win three gold medals when she registered an outstanding score of 84.750 in her freestyle test aboard Janeiro 6.
Christiansen finished five percentage points ahead of nearest rival Laurentia Tan (Singapore), riding Ruben James. However, silver was an outstanding achievement for Tan, who is profoundly deaf and unable to hear the music that accompanies her programme.
Ireland’s Helen Kearney on Mister Cool took bronze, enhancing the success of her nation’s first equestrian Paralympics appearance.
Great Britain won their fifth consecutive Paralympic team gold after combining the scores in both the team test and individual championship.
Britain remain unbeaten in the Paralympic team test since equestrian dressage was introduced at Atlanta 1996. Germany and Ireland took silver and bronze respectively.