Entries to the Horse World Remembers Book of Condolence will be on display at the Royal Windsor Horse Show 2021, as a gesture of appreciation for the Duke’s incredible life and achievements.

With great sadness i learned of the death of
H.R.H Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the
loss of your loved one.
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your
time of grief.

Werner Schaeppi

With grateful thanks to you for your leadership and empathy to all and your devotion to Her Majesty The Queen

Mary Craig

Let your action presence and contributions to society live on vibrantly. Thank you for all you’ve been - an inspiration to us all.

Sandra Wilkinson Rich

I never had the honour of meeting HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, however, one feels that one knows him, from all that has been made public over the years. It is so sad that he has passed, but oh what a wonderful life he has led. A shame he didn't quite reach the magic 100.
My sincere condolences to Her Majesty, The Queen, for this must truly be such a terrible time in her life. Condolences also, to the whole of the Royal family at this sad time. Thank goodness there are two new puppies in the ranks again. They will surely help bring some comfort and joy again.

With my deepest regards,
Victoria Spira

Victoria Spira

I was fortunate enough to interview HRH The Duke of Edinburgh at Lowther Horse Trials many years ago. It was such an honour and he was wonderful to talk to. An incredible horseman with a passion for all he did.

Lee McKenzie

We remain forever grateful for, and inspired by, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh for his 30-year long Presidency of Royal Windsor Horse Show. As sponsors of the Portuguese Lusitanos at the Show, and organisers of Lusitano Displays (2004, 2005 and 2007), we were privileged to have met HRH The Duke of Edinburgh several times. He always put us at ease and made us smile with his engaging and informal manner. We shall miss seeing him out and about on the showground, driving a carriage or behind the wheel of a Land Rover.
We send our sincerest condolences to HM The Queen and the Royal family.
Sherene, Faris & Leila Rahmatallah - Sussex Lusitanos

Sherene Rahmatallah

What a wonderful gentleman Prince Philip was, and how fortunate that the Queen chose him to be her constant companion and consort to the huge benefit to the youth of our country through the Pony Club games and his Award Scheme - I was lucky enough to benefit from both in the 1960's and saw his interest continue when presenting trophies and awards at RWHS etc. for many many years. His wicked sense of humour was an absolute joy, his strong upright stance throughout his public life was outanding, the loving looks exchanged between the Queen and her Prince in so many photos over so many years are so genuine and touching that I feel privileged to have known so much about them.
Rest in well deserved peace Sir, and God Bless The Queen.

Heather Stokes

As a young person, His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, was an amazing influence while starting out learning to drive. He’s dedication to the sport was to be admired, within the driving community and the broader equestrian community. My condolences to the royal family and Her Majesty the Queen.

Frances Russ, 21
Victoria, Australia

Frances Russ

RIP to the longest serving consulate, husband to our queen, father, grandfather and great grandfather. A man who did his duty till the end with dignity. A fantastic horseman and great ambassador of the sport. May he rest in peace

Lorraine Crowther

R.I.P. HRH Duke of Edinburgh.

Hallvard Sommerseth

A great straight talking shoot from the hip gentleman who will be fondly remembered. Your duty is over Your Royal Highness. R.I.P.

Alan Atkinson

As a horse mad child I was of course in Pony Club, getting my Mum to ferry me to rallies, camp, & of course training / competitions for my Prince Philip Cup team. I've got such great memories of these times & experiences that Pony Club offered & feel very lucky to be involved in good friendly PP Cup competition. Not always winning, sometimes falling off & chasing my little chestnut pony around after a failed running vault or requesting that she go near a scary, killer flag! But always having fun with the team.

I'm so glad that Prince Philip was a supporter of Pony Club and the creator of an event that still runs on today. He was a real character, who genuinely wanted to enhance the experience of pony mad kids and I'm very grateful that he did. His ideas and plans will be missed in this world. RIP Sir. And thank you for all the fun.

From a mad pony loving child who has grown up into a mad horse loving adult (& who still owns a crazy, just slightly bigger chestnut mare) xxx

Katy Ford

An amazing man who meant the world to our Queen which means he meant the world to us. May you rest in peace with all the horses and people you have loved over the years.

Lin Taylor

Your Majesty The Queen
Your wonderful horse show at Windsor will not be quite the same without HRH Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh driving his Fell ponies which he did so skilfully.
I used to 'walk' some of the driving course in the evenings when I was exhibiting and was always in awe of how anyone can drive ponies around/through those difficult obsticals.
His legacy will last for generations in so many areas of life and he will be greatly missed.
Yours Majesty's most humble and obedient servant
Belinda Leather

Belinda Leather

I clearly remember seeing Prince Phillip at the Windsor Horse Show when he came to present the rosettes to the competitors in the disabled driving class. We were attending with the Somerset Levels RDA Carriage Diving Group. It was absolutely pouring down with rain and we were soaked through to the bone. That didn't stop him doing his duty and coming out to congratulate all the drivers. Even though we went home with first and second place in both classes meeting him was surely the highlight of the day. Thank you Prince Phillip. You will be missed.

Caroline Sturgess

I remember first seeing Prince Philip at the Royal Windsor horse show a few years ago driving his carriage. He was amazing with his horses and I absolutely loved watching him. Seeing him there made my day and I’ll never forget it!

Kerry Woodhouse

Heartfelt Condolences to the whole Family.

Patrizia Paganelli

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, I never met you but your life has brought so much happiness and joy to my children, their ponies and me. The mounted games that you inspired helped my children to have so much fun and laughter, develop their skills, confidence and a 'can do' attitude. Watching you and the other competitors in the carriage driving competitions that you helped to create was very exciting (and a bit scary!) I hope that you managed to see our Crafty Ponies, I hope that you thought they were fun and very British! I will look forward very much to meeting you in heaven, all the best, Karen

Karen Clithero

Remembering a fantastic horseman and ambassador for our country. You will be fondly remembered by thousands of young people whom you inspired through pony club and the Duke of Edinburgh awards.
Our thoughts are with HM the Queen and her family
RiP Sir you're legacy will continue to inpire

Jane Girling

Thank you for your contribution to Canada & the Commonwealth. As a haflinger breeder, it was a pleasure to see you with your 4-in-hand of haflingers.
You raised your family right and we know that they will take care of Her Majesty, and I send my heart felt condonlenses to Her.

Darlene Gould

After the end of WWII, Mr. Geoffrey Cross invited my father, Dick Derry of the British Travel Association, and who lived locally, to help put the RWHS 'back on the map'. Prince Philip was, of course, very much involved in its rejuvination as well. My father was made an Honourary Life Member of the Club, and I in turn joined when an adult.

I have so many happy memories of Prince Philip at the Show, both as a competitor, as an enthusiastic onlooker, and, in more recent years, had the honour of meeting him at the annual members cocktail party at Windsor Castle and at the Showground. As in all in which he was involved, he will be sadly missed at the annual Show.

Elizabeth Jenkins

The world can celebrate the life of The Duke of Edinburgh by acknowledging the many achievements he made throughout his long amazing life.
Carriage driving is a thrilling event to watch, especially up close, and we can thank him for bringing it to an international stage.
Along with his equine contributions we can also thank him for his insight on environmental issues and promoting youth achievements such as the Duke of Edinburgh awards. From Canada, my condolences to Britain and its royal family .
Ann Tiidus

Ann Tiidus

The Duke of Edinburgh inspired me to learn more about competitive driving. Growing up in the states, I focused more on hunter/jumper, the concept of carriage driving was not popular in my area, and it seemed so magical and mysterious. I loved reading his books and learning more about this exciting sport.
His gentle soul will be missed.
My sympathies to the Queen.

Jan Raines

My deepest sympathies to the entire Royal Family, especially HRH Queen Elizabeth. I will forever be grateful for his HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and his work to create and improve the sport of Combined Driving.

Denise Loewe

Queen Elizabeth and family,

Kindly accept my deepest sympathy on your sad loss.

Take care of each other.


Kate Clarke