King Charles III has already put on the market 14 horses inherited from mother Elizabeth II.
King Charles III put on the market some of the racing horses inherited from the mother Queen Elizabeth II. The queen was a great breeder of racing horses and is known to have used to go to their races and take them.
The Tattersalls auction house on Monday announced it was selling 14 horses “of the breed” of Queen Elizabeth II. These include Just Fine, coached by Sir Michael Stoute who trained about 100 of them from the Kingdoms who won the competition, and the so-called Love Affairs.
Jimmy George the representative of this business house, said: “No exception. Every year they could sell horses. “The queen had her own breed, sometime would come and she sell them. She couldn’t keep all of them.” The queen also had horse bridges in the Sandringham area of eastern England.
George says the sale of these horses does not mean that in the Kingdom they are differing themselves from those of horse racing. “Every year owners sell some of them. The king is now doing what the owners do.” Sandringham's horse are known for breeding the most successful horses, Queen Elizabeth was inherited by her Father, King George VI.
John Warren, head of his horse racing, said the animals were “ a beautiful gate” outside of other jobs, and his arrival has made great strides in horse racing in the UK. “ I'm sure if the Queen hadn't been born to be on the throne she would have been a man living in horses. It was just a matter of the way she loved them.”