Your Melech (King) comes to you, meek and sitting upon a donkey, even a colt the foal of a donkey.
21:1 And when they drew near to Yahrushalayim and had come to Beth Phagi, to the Mount of Olives, then YAH-USHA sent two talmidim, 
2 Saying to them, Go into the village opposite you and immediately you shall find a donkey tied and a colt with her: loose them and bring them to Me.
3 And if any man says anything to you, you shall say, our Master has need of them; and immediately he will send them.
4 All this was done, that it might be fulfilled what was spoken by the navi, saying,
5 Tell the daughter of Tzion, See, your Melech comes to you, meek and sitting upon a donkey, even a colt the foal of a donkey.
6 And the talmidim went and did as YAH-USHA commanded them,
7 And brought the donkey and the colt and put on them their clothes and they set Him on it.
8 And a very great multitude spread their garments in the road; others cut down branches from the eytzim and spread them in the road.
9 And the multitudes that went before and that followed, cried out, saying, Hoshiana to the Savior  the Ben Dawid: Blessed is He that comes in the Name of the Master YHUH; Hoshiana in the highest.
10 And when He had come into Yahrushalayim, all the city was stirred up, saying, Who is this?
11 And the multitude said, This is YAH-USHA HaNavi of Natzeret of Galil.
Matthew (Mattityahu) 21:1-11 RSTNE 7th Edition
Study Notes: A type of both houses ready to rejoice at Pesach in brotherhood restored.  Shem Tov reference.
Glossary of Hebrew Words:
Talmidim (H) Disciples, Students, Or Followers
Navi (H) Prophet
Tzion (H) Zion
Melech (H) King
Ben Dawid (H) Son Of Dawid
HaNavi (H) The Prophet; Speaking Only Of Yahusha
Restoration Scriptures True Name 7th Edition
The triumphal entry into Jerusalem is a narrative in the four canonical Gospels, describing the arrival of Yahusha in Jerusalem a few days before his execution. This event is celebrated each year by Christians on Palm Sunday. That is not correct.
According to the Gospels, Yahusha came to Jerusalem to celebrate Passover and entered the city riding a donkey, greeted by a crowd acclaiming him, waving palm branches and laying cloaks on the ground to honor him. This episode introduces the events of the Passion of Yahusha, leading to his execution and resurrection. The event is described in Matthew 21:1–11, Mark 11:1–11, Luke 19:28–44 and John 12:12–19.