The Queen offers incredible ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity to royal fans: details

In honor of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is being offered to royal fans.

In honor of the occasion, three of Her Majesty’s horse training yards are opening their doors for a series of special tours.

They belong to William Haggas, Michael Bell, and John and Thady Gosden, according to Royal Central, the first to report the news. These are some of the world’s most renowned trainers, with over 6,000 winners between them.

They are offering a behind-the-scenes tour of their stables, where The Queen has horses in training, in collaboration with Discover Newmarket.

The trainers will take their guests to the famous Newmarket gallops to watch the horses exercise after they have visited the yard.

After that, Jon Grimwade LVO, former manager of The Royal Studs at Sandringham, will give a guided tour of The National Stud, which will include a viewing of the stallions.

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The full-day event concludes with a visit to the National Horseracing Museum, which was founded on the original site of King Charles II’s Palace and Stables and was opened by the Queen in 2016.

The Queen’s love of horses is well-known, and it’s no surprise that the equestrian world is playing a role in her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

At this year’s Derby, the 96-year-old monarch will be greeted by a guard of honour consisting of up to 40 jockeys who currently ride or have ridden her horses in the past.

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Some of the world’s best riders, past and present, will line up in her famous purple and gold silks as she arrives at Epsom Downs on June 4 for the historic event.

Willie Carson, 79, who won The Oaks on Dunfermline for The Queen at Epsom Downs in 1977, her Silver Jubilee year, is one of the participants. He stated, ” “A jockey would grow six inches when wearing The Queen’s colors, especially at Epsom. You have the honor of meeting the Queen, the most famous woman on the planet.”

And John Reid, who rode in the Queen’s famous silks dozens of times, said of his appearance in the guard of honour: “It’ll be a one-of-a-kind event. It’s something I’m excited about. I always go to The Derby, but this year is going to be extra special.”

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