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The Queen may be posthumously honoured with Horse Of The Year prize for thoroughbred First Receiver 


The Queen is in the running to receive a coveted equestrian trophy ‘from beyond the grave’ next week.

A thoroughbred horse named First Receiver which was owned by the late Queen and bred at her Sandringham stud is in line for a Horse of the Year prize – one of equestrian sport’s most prestigious titles which is part of the Equestrian Championship, which started in 1949 and its described as ‘The World’s Most Famous Horse Show’.

In the later decades of her life, the Queen became as successful in the world of horse showing as she was in horseracing.

But, just as she never won the Epsom Derby, the coveted Horse of the Year prize always eluded her.

A thoroughbred horse named First Receiver (pictured) which was owned by the late Queen and bred at her Sandringham stud is in line for a Horse of the Year prize

A thoroughbred horse named First Receiver (pictured) which was owned by the late Queen and bred at her Sandringham stud is in line for a Horse of the Year prize

First Receiver’s rider Katie Jerram-Hunnable, who has ridden Royal show-horses for 20 years, spoke exclusively to the Mail on Sunday last week to express her excitement.

‘The one…



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