The Queen braved wet and windy weather at Windsor to watch her homebred filly take a win in a youngstock class.
Her Majesty’s two-year-old Hampton Court Margin took the honours in the Cleveland Bay class yesterday (8 May) the first day of Royal Windsor Horse Show 2019.
Lancer, another of The Queen’s young homebreds, was runner-up in the prestigious four-year-old ridden hunter class. He was produced and ridden by Katie Jerram-Hunnable, who has recently got back in the saddle after she broke her neck in a fall from another horse in late 2017.
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Article written by: Eleanor Jones