Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

The “Spasskaya Tower” festival started in Moscow on the 27th of August. Today, a Russian blogger went to the performance of the Horse Riding Cavalry team from the Honorary Escort of the Presidential Regiment and the Kremlin riding school. It is really good to work in the center 🙂

Horse riding on the Red Square

All the time I wondered why they do it

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

One man stole the hat of the other one. Another one grabbed it and rode away.

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

Horse riding on the Red Square

All corners of Red Square and Vasilevsky Descent were occupied by orchestras. Here they are rehearsing.

Horse riding on the Red Square

Daily performances are free and take place daily until the 5th of September. In the evening there is the main program: orchestras from Austria, Belarus, Greece, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Singapore, Slovenia, Japan and Russia would walk through the Red square. Today I went to the press show!

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7 thoughts on “Horse riding on the Red Square”

  1. These people are insane. Their country is in a big economic trouble, the Government are already talking about expropriating money from the country’s Pension Fund – equivalent to a robbery of all older people, meanwhile they are spending vast amount of money on weird entertainment like this, creating artificial temporary horse race tracks, whereas numerous horse race tracks exist in Moscow for hundreds of years.

    Imagine American government spending taxpayers money on creating an artificial horse tracks in Washington DC in front of the Capitol? People would have ripped them a new hole!

    But Russians just keep happily clapping their hands and admiring the government wasting their money. They live large, they die large.

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    • I really tend to agree with Karlo. My first thought was “this is weird…very strange”. I prefer a live band on the Square or even a little ethnic holiday market but this…no!

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      • @”Douglas”
        If you couldn’t make it to the last pic, here it goes: “In the evening there is the main program: orchestras from Austria, Belarus, Greece, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Singapore, Slovenia, Japan and Russia would walk through the Red square…”.

        No surprise you tend to agree with our delusional “Karlo” friend.

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    • …”Imagine American government spending taxpayers money on creating an artificial horse tracks…” -No need, little “Karlo”. It built a Trillion Dollar plane that can’t fly with “bad weather”, and a ‘litoral’ ship that can’t ride big waves, storms… No problem with a 19 TRILLION Debt (and growing).

      Very useful high tech to fight third world rebels in trucks. Even if it works.

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    • You really live in an imaginary world inside your head…
      “Imagine American government spending taxpayers money on creating an artificial horse tracks in Washington DC in front of the Capitol? People would have ripped them a new hole!”
      They waste money on shit even worst than that… No matter they have the biggest national debt in the world… wake up Karlo boy…

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