Camilla got close with equine members of the public, meeting a little white pony, Pinky, and a horse named Peopleton Brook. She dressed in a beige coat.
Co-founder Emma Hutchison said: “We are incredibly grateful to The Duchess of Cornwall for accepting the invitation to become our Patron.
“As a keen equestrian herself, HRH understands how horses can help have a positive impact on our well-being and recovery.”
HorseBack UK has been running its Military courses since 2009 to empower serving and former military personnel suffering from both physical and mental life changing injuries.
Using horsemanship and outdoor activities they deliver personal development programmes that encourage participants to acquire new coping strategies and life skills, and to build lasting resilience and leave with an official SQA qualification.
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The charity runs a schools programme too, emphasising personal development for teens.
It offers the SQA Level 4 Certificate in Personal Development Through Horsemanship over a 15 day programme.
Recently the charity has developed a new Youth Development Programme in collaboration with The Prince’s Trust to offer support to those within the local community.
The Duchess wore a pair of light brown flat shoes to tour the stables.
She paired it with a navy dress in a feather print, and appeared to wear the same Burberry coat as today at the stables.
An unusual pair of large gold earrings hung in her platinum blonde hair.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attended Ascot and was praised for her masks.
One member of the public claimed “Camilla is mask goals”.