People: Jul. 19, 1968

Horse-show habits are so humdrum these days—all jodhpurs and jackets and little black caps. But the equestrian quadrille calls for costumes as well as class, and Britain's Princess Anne, 17, was making the most of it prettily dressed in a grey brocade Georgian coat, lace jabot, tricorn hat and wig. To the strains of Strauss, she and three chums put their mounts through the paces, and when the day's events were over, young Anne had won the Senior Individual and Training Cup, a nice surprise to take home to her horse-loving parents.

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