The Royal Horse Artillery was formed in 1793 as a distinct arm of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, commonly termed Royal Artillery, of the British Army. Horses are still in service for ceremonial purposes but were phased out from operational deployment during the 1930s.
The Royal Horse Artillery, currently consists of three regiments and one ceremonial unit, King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery. Almost all the batteries of the Royal Horse Artillery have served continuously since the French Revolutionary Wars or Napoleonic Wars, except the King’s Troop which has existed since 1946 and M Battery which was ‘reanimated’ in 1993. What you are going to watch in this video is a footage of The Royal Horse Artillery walking in the streets of London.
When you look at all those horses it looks like it is the ‘fifty shades of bay’ roaming the streets and those riders are having the ride of their lives. I wish I could see and experience myself this amazing sight as I have found my calling now. This impressive video just made my day and I couldn’t stop hitting the replay button several times. Watch and enjoy the video!
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Posted by Horses-Videos on Tuesday, May 31, 2016