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.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh:
The Horse World Remembers you:...........
Thank you for your tireless efforts in your participation and achievements, as a great equestrian combining the best qualities of both horsemanship and sportsmanship and your involvement in directing affairs for all things equine.
Our meetings at The Royal Windsor Horse Show will always remain memorable.
Your loyalty to the Queen, the Country and to the Commonwealth is very much appreciated.
Your Highness, may you 'Rest in Peace' in God's care.
Jim and Jann Cloros
My condolences to Her Majesty and the entire family on the Duke of Edinburgh’s passing. He led an admirable life, and I am very grateful for his leadership and contributions in equestrian sports as well as his achievements in social and environmental issues.
Prince Phillip will be sorely missed by many, but his legacy will live on.
He’s done so much for many young people a man with a big heart.
Rest in peace dear one .xx
Thanks for the love for horses, it was an inspiration for us all. HRH Duke of Edinburgh will remain an indelible memory.
Bioequipe Srl Veterinary Science -Italy-
Dear HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
I missed the opportunity to meet & share words & a few jokes with you this time round ! May your works continue from a place of highness to help us all....so its not goodbye rather ,see you next time , Sincerely & Faithfully in God I trust !!!
Sharon Petrina Dempsey
Horseman, Nobleman, Gentleman.
A salute to you for your contributions to history, Royalty, and conservation.
For your love for your Queen and family. Prince Philip.
Your majesty the queen and family ,please accept my sincere sympathy on the death of Prince Philip the duke of Edinburgh.I have fond memories of accompanying princess Anne for prize giving at the national stud in Ireland to celebrate the riding for the disabled and very much enjoy my annual visit to Windsor horse show .
Fintan Flannelly Kildare Ireland .
God bless Prince Philip.
A Man who would always speak his mind. A true inspiration. May I wish her Majesty my deepest sympathy.
We all mourn the passing of a great man to whom I had the privilege and honour to have met on behalf of the House of Laurent-Perrier for many years as supporters of the Royal Windsor Horse Show
The Royal Windsor Horse Show will never seem quite the same. Thank you for some lovely memories.
It was always good to see you giving the Pony Club ponies some nibbles when you presented the prizes.
A truly remarkable man, who made a difference in so many ways, especially the equestrian world. I applaude you and thank you. RIP. 😪
Thank you for all that you have done for us in the equestrian world. For me, achieving a Gold Award in The Duke Of Edinburgh Scheme gave me a confidence that helped me to venture in to the first chapter of my career as an equine vet...and for that I hope that I have, in some way, repaid your gift , and continue to do so, by looking after and treating so many horses, a species so close to your heart.
Your horsemanship, zest and enthusiasm was legendary and for that you will never be forgotten .
Rest In Peace HRH Prince Phillip.
Will always remember your visit to Baronscourt in N. Ireland, such a lovely man who spent time with everyone. RIP Duke of Edinburgh you will be sadly missed, sending my sympathy to your lovely wife the Queen and family circle. Gone but will never be forgotten for Carriage Driving xx
I am deeply saddened by the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Throughout the years he gave so much for this country and was the rock that supported our beloved Queen through so much. His sense of duty and loyalty was immense. He was an incredible public servant and patriot who will be missed, but never forgotten.
My thoughts and prayers at this time are with his friends, family and of course, Her Majesty the Queen.
In memory of a great personality who has practiced, promoted and supported our beloved sport for decades! R. I. P.
Thank You Very Much!
Jan Feyen - mensportdnl
I never had the good fortune to meet Prince Philip but I have enjoyed all these years of watching and following the royal family and I feel connected to him and the Queen with our common love of all things equestrian. I have however met and talked for some time with Prince Charles and since he was once the only person in the hunting field to ask me if I was alright after my horse almost slipped over with me I feel that is just how his father would have been. My thoughts totally with the queen now at this most saddest of times.
First of all I would like to offer my condolences to all the family on the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.
My memory of His Royal Highness was when I visited an event with my Son-in-Law Mr Carl Shadrake - Veteran Grenadier Guards to Aldershot Barracks.
Carl was presented to His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh along with other wonderful Veterans. My Granddaughter was with him at the time too. It is a memory I still treasure.
His Royal Highness looked so happy chatting to everyone he met.
Hats off to HRH for his sporting enthusiasm and practical outlook on life
To all of HRH The Duke of Edinburghs family....
No greater loss can be felt than losing the one you loved & cherished so much all of your lives...
To say he was a one off is an understatement...but his greatest achievements must be that together with HRH The Queen...he leaves behind our future in the generations he has created..
RIP - The King to our Queen
Here is my small memory of the Duke of Edinburgh:
Years ago my mother and I were sitting on a bench at Lowther Game Fair and a gentleman came and sat beside us, he had been competing in the driving trials. We all sat quietly for a while, he was obviously winding down after a busy day. After a while he got up,touched his cap at us and said "Goodnight"
That man was Prince Philip
Goodnight sir, rest in peace.
Thank you for being a constant figure in our lives & for your long service to our country & the Queen RIP 🙏
Here are a few of my memories of HRH Prince Phillip the Duke of Edinburgh. (A Noble Man!)
1) I remember how shocked my friend and I were when you kindly offered to give us a lift up the hill to the horse stables at Lowther, the weather was awful and the hill was very slippy. My friend and I sat very shocked in the back seat and barely uttered a word.
2). At one of the Scottish nationals I was making my way to another competitors caravan when I saw a large black bag flapping in the wind, I quickly scooped it up not knowing I was seen, you must have been in the distance and came and knocked on the caravan to thank me for removing it knowing the Fell Ponies may be skittish by it. Again you left us all shocked by your thoughtfulness.
3). At Sandringham I was watching your cross country event when I turned to the person standing right next to me and was so glad I didn't mistake her for my friend who had gone to get our picnic lunch, it was Her Majesty enjoying the the same Hazard and looked relieved that you got through it ok.
4) At Drumlanrig my favourite National I remember you tipped and wrecked your cross country carriage and instantly put a For Sale sign on the wreck, we all had a giggle at that one,
5). And finally.... My Father an ex-Navy man worked at Windsor Castle and we were so proud of his integrity he had for the family. All he said and I think I believe him was that the Duke had a sml discussion with him one day and at the end of it said in jest "ohhhh noooo not another sweaty sock". meaning another Jock! He was a proud man and extremely loyal.
From our Family to you and yours "Thank You" for the memories you were a real Hoot!! I found myself reflecting on these memories when I saw your carriage and the Queens beautiful fell ponies at the ceremony yesterday. RIP Sir
Heartfelt gratitude for his inspiration and leadership that has enabled us to pursue our own goals, to develop our own skills in overcoming challenges - by just getting on with it. The carriage driving fraternity owes an immense debt to him. I cherish memories of those early days of competition- hard work but so much fun. A great lesson for life. He showed us how a good team really matters in life no matter where you come from. Thank you, Sir.
A very good person, he came across as very down to earth. I know he will be missed.
The support he gave the Queen and his family cannot be measured. The same could be said for the whole of the country.
Stay strong you will meet again.
We were lucky to meet you on numerous occasions and always looked forward to your quick witted comments with trepidation and amusement, you never failed to disappoint. We want to thank you for giving my daughters the opportunity to experience The Gold, Duke of Edinburgh Award and years of enjoyment and experiences resulting in winning the Prince Phillip Cup Mounted Games at HOYS. At Windsor Horse Show we saw your enjoyment and felt like we had the pleasure of participating in your show in your grounds. Obviously, we shared your love of horses and of farming. Your sense of duty and years of service supporting our Queen and family is irreplaceable. The celebration of your life totally epitomised you and managed to perfectly bridge, service, pride, Country, family and passion. We will miss you and the example that you led to the world. RIP Prince Phillip From Amanda, Alexa, Florence, Joan and Christine.