The Queen’s Horse Trials of Windsor Park will run from Friday, May 10 through Sunday, May 11.

    The event will be a showcase for the horses of the Royal Family.

    The Queen has been attending the races since 1952.

    The horse trials are a great way to learn about horses and to get to know the horses on the track.

    They’re an excellent way to showcase the horses and their accomplishments.

    The events are held on horseback and involve two-person riding.

    The horses will be able to race up and down a course on two- and three-horseback tracks, which are connected by a single track.

    Participants will get to see the horses perform various tricks and displays.

    The races will be held on a stage that has been constructed in a wooded area.

    Participants can watch the horses racing on a large screen at the finish line.

    There will be food and beverages available for purchase.

    The first two races will take place at 7 p.y. with the third horse race at 11:30 p.t.

    The third race will be at 1:30 a.m., Saturday.

    For the first time, there will be no fireworks.

    The Royal Household and its members will participate in the Royal Horse Racing at Windsor in the United States, according to the National Horse Show.

    The U.S. is the only nation where the Queen will participate at the Royal Windsor Horse Racing, which has been held since 1952 and is the oldest horse racing event in the world.