On the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of England, the French Republican Guard has decided to give her a horse.
This is a little Meuse soil that will be found in England from today! From this Thursday 2nd and until Sunday 5th June, Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Platinum Jubilee, that is, her 70-year reign. During these four days, the United Kingdom will celebrate amidst military parades. “Color Magshul”, gigantic concerts at Buckingham Palace or horse racing at the Epsom Derby. In fact, the Queen of England has a great passion for horses, having been a rider herself. And it is in tribute to this affection that the French Republican Guard – a branch of the National Gendarmerie that is specifically responsible for the security of the presidency of the Republic – Decided to give one of his horses to Elizabeth II, not just any horse!
horse in question, name The Fabuleu de Maucour comes from a Maucourt breeding house located in Beaufort-en-Argonne in Meuse. Its owners, Pascal and Jimmy Lewis, father and son, are clearly happy and proud that their horse crossed the Channel and joined the British elite cavalry. He learned the gospel from Colonel Gabriel Cortes about ten days earlier, Commander of the Republican Guard Cavalry Regiment. Directly chosen by Emmanuel Macron Among the 470 other horses, Fabulu de Maucor was preferred because of his gray coat, which is a favorite of the Queen of England. 1m80’s French saddle, he should be setting foot on English soil today.
“It is a source of pride for us because the Fabuleu de Maucour represents French breeding in England, and more generally abroad”Jimmy Louis says
now seven years old, Fabuleu de Maucour left the precinct of Louis at the age of three to join the Republican Guard. Regularly, these horse enthusiasts present their stallions to him. They find them later on occasion, for example, of military parades on the Champs-lysées. More recently, for May 8, it is precisely Fabulu de Maucour who appeared at the head of a procession of the Republican Guard as a standard-bearer. Jimmy Louis also specifies that his family “Watch the parade every July 14 to see our horses, or not”,
However, at birth There was no indication that Fabulu de Maucor’s destiny would take this path. With his brown robes, he was not a favorite of Republican Guard recruiters. “Usually, take horses with chestnut and bay coats, that is, brown coats”, Jimmy insists on Louie. The latter hopes that he will one day be able to visit a horse born in England.
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