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King Charles is still staggering in his new kingdom, between the need to maintain a link with the past and the desire to revolutionize everything. Thus, his latest initiative concerns the precious heritage of Queen Elizabeth: her racehorses, which will largely be auctioned and sold. A decision which, as expected, is already being debated.

As reported by the Daily Mail, in fact, King Charles III will sell 12 racehorses that belonged to the late Queen Elizabeth. The splendid specimens will be the protagonists of a coveted auction, which shows the intention of the new king to reduce the importance that the queen reserved for the races.

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According to the source, the animals will be auctioned off at Newmarket’s Tattersalls. With this operation, Carlo will therefore sell a third of the Sovrana stable, which has taken great care to breed winning specimens. That year, Elizabeth II had 37 horses fit to race, and if the new king’s operation goes ahead, only 25 will remain.

What King Charles wants to do with Queen Elizabeth’s racehorses

A source close to the Royal Sandringham stable in Norfolk said there was talk of ‘cutting’ the planned breeding operation down to three years. As reported by the Daily Mail, the King Charles’ aim is to end the business operation related to the breeding of racehorses. The source said: “The Haras Royal could become a museum within three years. It would be a shame”.

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King Charles III therefore wanted to make this Crown property an attraction for visitors. It is the same course of action that is likely to follow for many royal palaces. Another source told the well-known newspaper that all will not be lost and that “the connection between the family and the horse racing industry will continue”.

To manage

Moreover, according to the same rumors, there are already buyers interested in buying Queen Elizabeth’s precious horses. It seems, indeed, that the big names of the Arab states are particularly keen to buy horses and claim a link with the Sovereign. However, the decision of the new king is not an absolute novelty, as Queen Elizabeth already usually sold around seven horses a year. But the decision of the new Sovereign represents a strong numerical increase compared to the past average. It is said, however, that he does not intend to completely cut ties with traditional events like Ascot, but only to “resize” the phenomenon, since he does not share the same “passion” as his mother.

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