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Young Lady Louise Windsor, daughter of Prince Edward and his wife, the Countess of Wessex, learned to drive carriages under the tutelage of her grandfather and it is now believed that she will be in charge of continuing her legacy in equestrian hitching, a sport that they practiced together very often.
According to sources from the Daily Mail newspaper, Louise will inherit the dark green aluminum and steel carriage that the Duke of Edinburgh had made eight years ago following very precise instructions, along with a pair of ponies of the Fell breed, called Balmoral Nevis. and Notlaw Storm, for whom the deceased felt a great attachment.
The two animals starred in one of the most emotional moments at the funeral of Elizabeth II’s husband last Saturday, when they appeared on the grounds of Windsor Castle pulling their owner’s favorite carriage. On the seat he had placed his driving cap, his gloves, his blanket and even the plastic container with a red lid in which he kept the sugar cubes that he gave to his ponies as a reward.
Prince Philip began driving carriages in 1971, after arthritis problems in his wrist put an end to his days as a polo player. He is credited with shaping and popularizing drawbar racing in the UK, and even represented his country in six world and three European championships, as well as having continued to practice it past the age of 80.
Young Louise paid tribute to the passion she shared with her grandfather by wearing an equestrian brooch, depicting the head of a horse and a whip, at the religious service where her family said their last goodbye.