The Duke of York, Colonel, Grenadier Guards, rode during the Trooping the Colour on 9 June, 2018.
Trooping the Colour is an annual ceremony performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies to mark the official birthday of The Queen.
HRH prepared for Trooping The Colour by riding both at Windsor Castle and during two parades in London. Before this, the last time HRH rode was in Argentina in 1992.
During the Parade, The Duke wore the bearskin and sword given to him by The Duke of Edinburgh upon his appointment as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards last December.
The Duke of York is the 9th member of the Royal Family to be Colonel of the Grenadier Guards. Other members of the Royal Family who have held the appointment include HM The Queen between 1942 to 1952, and The Duke of Edinburgh between 1975 to 2017.