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RMR Uniforms
According to the uniforms instructions booklet of the Royal Maestranza of Cavalry of Ronda dated 1906
Full Gala

Riding suit

A riding jacket with epaulettes and laces, bandolier, braces and sable, sable-holder or clasp, tight white suede trousers, knee-high boots with spurs, hat with white feather and white suede gloves. This uniform should be worn with the wearer's full collection of medals and crosses.

Occasions on when it should be worn:

a) Greeting or bidding farewell to the King and Queen on their journeys.

b) Commemorative days and birthdays of the King and Queen and attendance at royal audiences on those days.

c) Royal weddings, receptions, banquets and dinners at the palace.

d) Solemn religious functions attended by the King and Queen. Royal funerals.

e) Gala functions at theatres attended by the King and Queen.

Gala

Riding jacket with epaulettes and laces, bandolier, braces and sable with clasp, long trousers, white suede gloves, patent leather one-piece boots with fixed spurs, hat with crest. Crosses: it is recommended that they are worn.

Occasions when it should be worn:

a) Audiences with the King and Queen and the crown princes and princesses.

b) Greeting or bidding farewell to the crown princes and princesses.

c) Commemorative days and birthdays of the crown princes and princesses, and attendance at royal audiences on those days.

d) Feast days of the patron saints of Spain, and attendance at religious services on those days. . Corpus Christi and Holy Thursday, when the King and Queen are not in attendance.

e) Evening receptions, official dinners and balls, gala events at theatres when the King and Queen are not in attendance.

Whenever the King and Queen are in attendance at any of the above-mentioned events, full gala uniform should be worn.

Semi-Gala

Riding jacket with epaulettes and laces, bandolier, sword but neither clasp nor sable-holder, long trousers, patent leather one-piece boots with fixed spurs, white suede gloves, hat with neither feather nor crest. The cross is optional.

Occasions when it should be worn:

a) Commemorative days and birthdays of non-succeeding princes and princesses. 

b) Greeting or bidding farewell to non-succeeding princes and princesses. 

c) Greeting or bidding farewell to official commissions or dignitaries such as Ministers, Ambassadors, Grandees, etc.

d) Good Friday, unless the King and Queen are in attendance, when full gala uniform is required. 

e) Burials or funeral services of dignitaries.

f) Attendance at official military events and those organised by the Madrid noble order. 

g) Garden parties attended by the King and Queen or their guests.

Daily uniform

Jacket buttoned to the neck, long trousers, sword but no clasp, hat without crest, white suede gloves and black one-piece boots with fixed spurs. The wearing of crosses is optional, but large crosses are not recommended.

Occasions when it should be worn:

On any occasion where no other uniform has been specified.

Formal dress

Dress jacket with cuffs, sword with or without clasp, white scabbard, knee length white woollen breeches, plain white silk stockings, patent leather shoes with gold buckles, hat without crest and white kid gloves. All crosses and medals should be worn.

Occasions when it should be worn:

Official and society balls where uniform is required and for court balls.

Short cloak

This is the Order's only coat and may be worn as required by members, except for group events where other members are not wearing it.

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