Hey everyone! Happy Monday! Recently, I attended the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride. I have one word to describe it… incredible. The precision and organization of their skills and tricks was amazing. The performance was flawless. The RCMP Musical Ride is performed by a full troop of 32 riders and their horses. The performance includes multiple drills and exercises choreographed to music, entertains many people all over Canada, and also raises money for local charities and organizations. Overall, the RCMP musical ride aims to uphold Canadian traditions and heritage. Below, check out three of the drills the RCMP perform as well as some of the pictures that I took while I was attending the musical ride. Enjoy!
Drill #1: The Star Formation
Drill #2: The Dome Formation
Drill #3: Wagonwheel Formation
Barn Stalls – This is where the Musical Ride horses stayed while they were here
And the Musical Ride begins…
The RCMP and their horses are completing the charge…
I hope that you enjoyed the pictures and maybe even learned something about the RCMP Musical Ride! If you ever have a chance to attend the RCMP Musical Ride, I definitely recommend it. Until next time… don’t forget to hug your horse!
Have you ever seen the RCMP Musical Ride?