King Charles wants to sell the Queen’s racehorses

King Charles wants to sell the Queen’s racehorses

Of course, Queen Elizabeth II also scored with her great love for animals. Now successor King Charles wants to auction 12 of her racehorses.

Would the Queen be “amused” here? King Charles III Apparently he will stop at nothing when it comes to reducing expenses and costs and is now said to be thinking about selling or auctioning off a total of twelve very successful racehorses belonging to his deceased wife Mama.

Dogs and “Emma”

While Elizabeth II’s beloved corgis are allowed to live with ex-daughter-in-law Sarah Ferguson (“Fergie”), “Emma” – the black pony, who was also allowed to pay his last respects at the funeral procession – is still at home, in the Royal stables Mews of Windsor.

Sale in October?

King Charles III according to the British Daily Mail, is said to want to auction off the blue-blooded animals this month in order to be able to completely stop racing in the next three years. The Royals are said to own around 60 racehorses and 38 broodmares of various breeds at Sandringham Stud Farm, and they are expecting around 30 foals between 2022 and 2023.

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