See, hear, and read the words of (name of Sovereign, King (Queen) by right of arms of the Middle Kingdom, and (name of Consort), Queen (King)of the Middle Kingdom. Both in times of war and times of peace the undaunted equestrian honed their battle skills in tournaments to prepare rider and steed for the defenses of our glorious kingdom. An equestrian has many virtues such as skill in riding, mounted precision at arms, and teaching of the arts equestrian; True leadership is displayed when all culminate in a symbiosis of horse and rider, to carry them to victory.
Therefore do we recognize (name of recipi ent) as a Companion of Our Company of the White Lance. We grant upon him/her all rights and responsibilities attendant upon this rank, and the right to bear the badge: Fieldless, a lance argent; without let or hin drance from any person. Done by our hands this _ day of __, Anno Societatis (A.S.) __, in our (location of event).
[Source: Middle Kingdom Scribe’s Handbook (pdf)]