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Windsor Grey

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A pair of Windsor Greys with the Queen, Trooping the Colour

The term Windsor Grey is given to gray horses used by the Royalty of the United Kingdom to draw carriages and coaches in various ceremonial processions and, since 1986, when The Queen is Trooping the Colour They are stabled in the Royal Mews. Some have also represented the crown in various carriage combined driving competitions, at times driven by Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh.




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