King Charles has inherited the Queen’s horses and has already sold 14 horses at auction. This earned him over a million francs.
The basics in brief
- King Charles has auctioned 14 of his mother’s horses.
- The animals were sold for more than 1.2 million Swiss francs.
- The new king wants to simplify the monarchy and save money.
King Charles III wanted (73) to simplify the monarchy and save money. So take a step who was in his mother’s lifeAnd the Queen Elizabeth (96) It was unimaginable: he had 14 loved ones racing horses for sale – and earn a lot of money with it.
As reported by the British newspaper “The Sun”, the horses fetched 1,075,500 pounds (about 1.25 million francs) at the auction. Exhibitors paid the largest amount of money to purchase Just Fine (300,000 EGP) and Theme Park (200,000 EGP). The racehorse Just Fine recently won a race and gave Charles his first victory as king.
Royal horses are successful. You have about half a million for the Queen franc He won championships.
The auction house said the sale of some royal horses is not out of the ordinary. However, it is suspected that King Charles wanted to significantly reduce stability. Recently there were 60 racing horses and 38 mums at Sandringham, and 30 foals are also expected.
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But it is said that the new king I’m not very interested in horses to have. He is said to be more interested in agriculture and animal husbandry.
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