The Meaning of a Horse Without a Rider at Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral, a Symbol of the Queen’s Closeness to Animals

The Meaning of a Horse Without a Rider at Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral, a Symbol of the Queen’s Closeness to Animals

His first horse was a Shetland horse named Peggy given to him by his father, King George VI. Throughout his life, he kept the animal as a hobby and regularly attended races such as Royal Ascot or Epsom Derby.

Until the last months of her life, Queen Elizabeth was also seen riding a horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle. This horse without a horse is a symbolic image of not only a leader, but a lost world.

Horses are not the only animals associated with Queen Elizabeth to play a role in the public mourning of Charles and his accession to the throne. In Cardiff, Wales, the Royal Welsh Regiment held a traditional ceremony to acknowledge the death of the Queen and the appointment of a new King.

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