The show remains one of the most prestigious in the world, attracting top-class jumping, driving and dressage athletes and over 2,800 horses.
Royal Windsor Horse Show
A roster of international stars were victorious to wrap up a successful show, including a Belgian and Australian, plus lots of local talent.
The Queen was on hand to watch her home-bred Highland mare win the championship; Von Eckerman and Deusser take feature jumping events.
The show on the grounds of Windsor Castle features top-class national show jumping and hunter competitions and international displays.
Ben Maher and Scott Brash claim victory in the two CSI5* events of the day; Canada's Mario Deslauriers 8th in Manama Rose Show Stakes.
Her Majesty's home-bred racehorse headed the Retraining of Racehorses class; Kent Farrington takes The Kingdom of Bahrain Stakes.
A pair of greys hurdle the massive 2.10 metres (6'10.6") Puissance wall, while Canada's Mario Deslauriers and Emerson place 5th in Speed Stake.
Normally taking place in May, organizers will increase the number of hours of livestreaming so that everyone can enjoy Royal Windsor online.
The Autumn Series 2020 will be live-streamed in September and feature three disciplines in which riders from all over the world can participate from home.
Virtual Windsor 2020, an online platform that merges virtual competition with ecommerce and social media, has already generated thousands of entries.
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