Hundreds of horses and over 1,000 performers from around the world staged a glittering pageant in Britain in a stirring start to the major celebrations for Queen Elizabeth's diamond jubilee.
Members of the President's Bodyguard from India give a demonstration of "Tent Pegging" during the Diamond Jubilee Pageant in Windsor, on May 10. Celebrating the 60 year reign of Queen Elizabeth II, 1,200 performers and 600 horses took part in the show in the private grounds of Windsor Castle running on the 10-13th of May.
Troupes from India's Dancing Marwaris to the Chilean Huasos displayed their mettle Thursday in a rare gathering of global horsemanship in the royal town of Windsor, as festivities to mark the queen's 60 years on the throne began in earnest.
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