The 14 horses owned by the late Queen Elizabeth II were supposedly sold for more than £1 million by King Charles III.
The Queen left behind 37 horses for the next king to inherit when she passed away on September 8; but, as The Mirror noted, Charles isn’t interested in horseracing.
According to sources, Charles made a total of £1,075,500 over the three sales days, or an average of over £75,000.
The Royal Stud may become a museum in three years, a source told Daily Mail. It would be really regrettable.
“The family will continue to have ties to the horse racing business. Because Her Majesty had a passion, there is a desire to carry on the customs and linkages with Royal Ascot, although not to the same extent “The Mail was told by another source.