Fears that King Charles will end the royal races after the sale of 14 of the late Queen’s horses

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publish date 1970-01-01 03:00:00

King Charles has made more than £1m by selling 14 of the late Queen Elizabeth’s beloved racehorses, fueling fears he may plan to end the royal racing process, as the king sold more than a third of his mother’s posthumous horses last month in sales. Tattersalls October Famous in Newmarket, Suffolk this week, according to the “Daily Mail” website.

Daily Mail report

The Royal Racehorses fetched him £76,821 each – £1,075,500 in total – with Charles’ first winning racehorse, Just Vine, selling for £300,000..

Queen horses
Queen horses

Just Fine, who was trained by the Queen’s longest-serving coach, Sir Michael Stout, scored an impressive win in Leicester earlier this month – the first since the late King’s death on September 8. Love Affairs who was the last winner of the Queen in Goodwood Two days before her death, with a sum of £38,000.

Charles has already made some profits since he inherited his mother’s racehorses, which he earned Perfect Alibi 28000 British pounds by winning a competition listed in Yarmouth earlier this month, but despite that, there are rumors that the new king may be planning to roll back, or at least scale back, the royal racing operation..


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