King Charles III sells the horses loved by Queen Elizabeth II because they are too expensive. Twelve samples up for auction
I signals of the new lean monarchymuch dreamed of by Carlo III when he was still prince, they begin to show yourselfwith a surprise move: he decided to auction off horses inherited from their mother. During the years of reign of Elizabeth IIthe Royal stables have produced numerous samples and brought prestige to the monarchy’s horse racing tradition abroad, as well as being a profitable commercial activity.
Why does Charles III want to sell Elizabeth II’s horses?
I inherited horses from the Queen Elizabeth II cost too muchso twelve of the sixty samples will be put on theauction at Tattersalls, in Newmarket, equestrian center very dear to the Sovereign. Horses sold will include the purosangue Just Finewho in recent weeks was the first to win for the new monarch and Love Affairswhich he had been the last to bring a victory to the Queen.
Re Carlo III provides for other reductions of court expenses In the next three years, in addition to the stables, cuts are planned to the vast collections of art and jewels owned by the Crown. The luxury and the great riches flaunted in the Royal palaces clash in times of severe austerity for their subjectsand the king wants to show that he is close to his people.
The British Sunday Times reports that Charles III also decided not to move permanently to Buckingham Palace, historically the royal residence par excellence. He is the first English monarch to do so. He and Camilla will continue to split between Clarence House, in London, Highgrovein the countryside of the Cotswolds, and Sandringham, in the county of Norfolk.
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