|A guard of honor for
the patriotic citizens who have
served this great nation in military or outstanding civil service.
|A tribute to our allies, brave people who served
with great dedication and have chosen our land as their final resting place.
|Here is a chance honor them as they deserve, with
the poignant and moving ceremony of the riderless horse and military escort.
The tradition of the hand-led riderless horse has a long history dating back
to Roman times and is as moving today as it ever was. Reversing the boots
in the stirrups signify that the honored one will never ride again.
We can present this age-old tradition with grace and dignity in a variety of
uniforms. The horse will be led in front of the carriage or hearse bringing
vividly home the powerful image of the fallen hero's last ride.
Additional mounted escorts can be provided as needed.
American Colonial Dragoon - 1776
US Cavalry - 1940 (under construction)
Modern Formal Civilian riding attire w/ top hat
British 17th Lancer - 1879
Queen's Dragoon Guards - 1879
Royal Scots Greys 1879
Royal Horse Artillery 1879
Cuirassier - 1812
Chevauleger - 1812, 1900
Ulan - 1900
Dragoon - 1900