Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 25 April 2024

What WAS wrong with the Household Cavalry’s horses yesterday? New video shows animals spooked – with a rider thrown to the ground and injured – in SEPARATE incident to the one that saw runaway steeds careering through London

This is the moment Household Cavalry horses seem to be spooked in a separate incident to the runaway horses in London, captured by the London City WalksYouTube channel.

A horse was filmed rearing and throwing off a trooper on the same day a group of panicked horses ran wild through Central London.

The man filming is heard saying moments before the incident: ‘The horses are having a bit of a dance show this morning, they’re not settling down as quick as they usually do.’

Seconds later, the footage shows commotion among the crowd as a black horse appears unsettled and moves in a frantic manner.

Several of the horses are seen tugging against their harnesses, disturbed by the distressed animal, as the first horse bucks and throws the rider off.

The man filming then says: ‘Oh a trooper has been thrown, oh good lord’ as he runs forward.

The horse is then seen walking away from the rider – lying motionless on the floor – with an empty saddle.

The man added: ‘What is going on with the horses today?’

Footage shows the other riders trying to control and calm their steeds.

The thrown rider is then seen beginning to move as police come to check if he is okay.

A woman is heard in the background urging the members of the public to remain still, as a soldier is seen running frantically into the area to try and capture the riderless horse.

As the animals get back into formation, they still seem distressed and toss their heads.

A medic raced to treat the rider, surrounded by other military personnel and police officers as he lay on the floor.

In a heartwarming show of support, the gathered crowd applauds as the wounded rider manages to get to his feet.

It’s unclear if this happened before or after the incident at 8.20am this morning which led to the animals fleeing through busy city streets in a panic.

Five horses threw off their riders and ran amok after being spooked by building works.


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