King Charles III earns a little more than R$ 6 million from the sale of 14 racehorses from his mother


King Charles III already demonstrates that he did not inherit his love for animals from his mother, Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). A month and a half after the monarch’s death, the father of Princes William and Harry sold 14 racehorses and made £1 million. But the royal stable is still well stocked. Since Elizabeth had 37 horses, there are still 23 left.

Elizabeth liked to treat animals well, so she kept several champions on her team. She made a lot of money from her grand prix wins. The monarch, who died on September 8 at the age of 96, took the traditional Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 2013 with the mare Estimate.

One of the animals also sold at auction was Love Affairs, the Queen’s last winner at Goodwood, just two days before her death. The 2020 Royal Ascot winner Tactical, would have been sold for R$150,000 pounds (about R$920,000), while Just Fine went for 300,000 pounds (R$1.8 million) to the buyer. According to the Daily Express, the royal family wants to end the operation with the monarch’s horses within three years.

Elizabeth II’s relationship lasted until the last days of her life. Last year, the monarch was told to stop riding horses. However, in June of this year, she contradicted the doctor’s request and returned to assemble them. “The Queen really missed her rides,” a source told The Sun.

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