With a gold and silver medal already to her name, Wells will be looking for her first individual gold today.
Which Midlands stars are in action on the second day of the London 2012 Paralympics?
Lee Pearson has won every event at every Paralympics he has ever entered.
Money which has been set aside to promote sport after the 2012 London Games, is being given to Radway Riding School in Warwickshire.
Around £13,000 is being used by the school to offer fifty additional riding sessions a week.
Henry Boswell, a dressage rider who is hoping to compete in Rio 2016, wants to see more children benefit from horse riding.
Three of the Midlands' most successful sporting elites will today be appointed as ambassadors for the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.
Olympic and Paralympic equestrian champions Lee Pearson CBE from Stoke-on-Trent, and Carl Hester MBE, will today visit the Operational Headquarters at Strensham where they'll be officially appointed ambassadors.
Although unable to attend, Nick Skelton OBE has also been commissioned.
All three Team GB equestrian stars won gold medals in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Lee Pearson OBE, Ten time gold medal dressage rider and Honorary Doctorate at Staffordshire University, currently lives in Cheddleton, Staffordshire.
Sophie Wells from Lincoln has won her second silver medal of the games after scoring 81.150 in the Individual Freestyle Dressage - Grade IV. She adds this morning's success to an individual silver and team gold won earlier in the week.
Staffordshire's Lee Pearson missed out in his attempt for a record-equalling 11th Paralympic gold medal but said bronze was the best he could have hoped for.
The 38-year-old came third in the freestyle dressage, taking his tally at the London Paralympics to a gold, silver and bronze.
He was beaten by the Grade Ib freestyle winner, Austrian Pepo Puch, while Finland's Katja Karjalainen won silver.
Pearson admitted it is probably his last medal with gelding Gentleman who was struggling physically towards the end.
The father of ParalympicsGB equestrian star Sophie Wells from Newark has told Central News of his joy at his daughter's success:
– Mervyn Wells, Sophie's dad
"It's just a feeling of immense pride. This is something we're been working towards for 8 years and today is a culmination of all that toil."
Sophie Wells posted an international personal best score of 75.906% to put herself in a great position to win her first Paralympic medal as part of ParalympicGB's dressage team.
Sophie Wells from Newark posted an international personal best score of 75.906% to put herself in a great position to win her first Paralympic medal as part of ParalympicGB's dressage team.
Staffordshire's Equestrian star Lee Pearson goes to the top of the leader board with a score of 74.636 in the Team Test Grade 1b.