The Queen's Award for Equestrianism is an annual British prize founded in 2005 and awarded “for outstanding services to equestrianism”. Nominations are evaluated by a committee formed by chairmen of prominent equestrian associations. Three names are suggested to the board of trustees of the British Horse Society who recommend a recipient to the Queen for ultimate approval.

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  • The Queen's Award for Equestrianism is an annual British prize founded in 2005 and awarded “for outstanding services to equestrianism”. Nominations are evaluated by a committee formed by chairmen of prominent equestrian associations. Three names are suggested to the board of trustees of the British Horse Society who recommend a recipient to the Queen for ultimate approval. (en)
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  • The Queen's Award for Equestrianism is an annual British prize founded in 2005 and awarded “for outstanding services to equestrianism”. Nominations are evaluated by a committee formed by chairmen of prominent equestrian associations. Three names are suggested to the board of trustees of the British Horse Society who recommend a recipient to the Queen for ultimate approval. (en)
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