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Ferrari honour for Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
Ferrari will this weekend help support the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant by arranging for the famous 4th Mounted Carabinieri Regiment to perform at the Windsor Park event.
In addition, Ferrari chairman Luca di Monetezemolo will also represent Ferrari at the Pageant on Sunday night – the same event that will be attended by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II herself.
The Carabinieri will perform the Historic Carosello at the event. Ferrari says this is a “stunning display of horsemanship” which is performed to music and is intricate yet fluid.
Showcasing the skills and agility of both horses and riders, it’s choreographed to music and culminates in a dramatic and thrilling final charge.
“It is a source of great pride to Ferrari to be making such a significant contribution to the celebration and also that two such internationally renowned representatives of Italian excellence have the opportunity to pay tribute to one of the most important Monarchs of our time.”
The Diamond Jubilee Pageant runs from May 10-13. The Ferrari-supported Carabinieri performance will be one of many highlights planned for the Windsor Park extravaganza.
Ferrari’s famous logo depicts a prancing horse, which the firm has used since 1929. Legend has it, Enzo Ferrari chose the cavallino rampante symbol after meeting Countess Paolina, mother of Count Francesco Baracca – an Italian national hero of World War 1 who used to paint a horse on the side of his planes.
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