King Charles III is selling Queen Elizabeth's 14 horses.

King Charles III's mother, Queen Elizabeth II, owned more than 100 horses at the time of her death.

According to a BBC News report, King Charles III is planning to sell 14 of the late Queen Elizabeth II's racehorses.

The horses will be auctioned on Monday as part of the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale.

According to Sky News reports, it is the largest of its kind in the world, and this week the horses are part of a group of 1,500 horses on sale.

According to Jimmy George, a spokesperson for Tattersalls, the late Queen would also frequently sell horses before her death.

According to research by OLBG The Queen has entered 3,441 horserace competitions since 1988.

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