Nick Skelton and his horse Big Star have won gold at the Rio Olympics in the individual jumping final.
Nick and Big Star finished the course in 42.82 seconds, which in the end proved too tough for any to beat.
Peder Fredricson from Sweden won silver, while Canadian rider Eric Lamaze took bronze.
It's the first medal in 44 years for Great Britain in the individual event, made even more exciting by the fact it's gold.
The pair were the only horse and rider combination to go clear in all three rounds of the jumping.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Nick Skelton said: "You always dream about it but when it actually happens, it is real life.
"I have been thinking about this and planning it since London four years ago.
"I knew if I kept my cool this horse would do it. I knew if I did not make a mistake, he wouldn't either."
Ben Maher qualified for the final round of jumping, but failed to get into the jump off after getting three jump faults and one time penalty with his horse Tic Tac. The pair finished in 25th place.
Skelton's gold takes Great Britain's total to 23 gold medals, three more than China.