Queen Camilla Set to Take Over Queen Elizabeth's Stable

King Charles is likely going to scale back the number of horses in the palace stables.

Camilla, Queen Consort, is set to take over the royal stables of her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth.

King Charles inherited his mother's racehorses, but he does not have the same passion for the sport as Queen Elizabeth.

Queen Camilla is expected to take control of the stables, and that King Charles intends to scale back the number of royal horses.

The around 50 horses in the royal stables cost at least £1.5 million a year and the horses total winnings do not top that—meaning that the stables operate on an annual loss.

"Her late Majesty left an indelible mark on our sport & her legacy will continue, not only through horses that will continue to run in name of King but also those she bred who is yet to be seen."

King Charles did have a brief period as an amateur jockey in the 1980s, but it is his wife, Camilla, who is a fan of the sport. "