Where does the Queen keep her race horses?

Her horses are foaled at the Royal Stud in the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England. As yearlings, they are raised at Polhampton Stud in Hampshire, before being passed on to the training facilities of any one of seven trainers (as of 2018 season).

Where are the queen’s race horses kept?

Now there are elite stables all over the UK and Ireland – and one of them is the Queen’s Sandringham Estate. The Queen has led a successful stables there for decades and her horses have won some of the biggest races in the sport.

Does the queen own any horses in the Grand National?

The royal family has played a huge role in owning, training and riding horses at the Grand National. Between the two greatest royal owners, Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother, they have a total of above one thousand victories in horse racing.

Who has trained the Queen’s horses?

Nicky Henderson OBE trains the majority of Her Majesty’s jumps horses. Mr Henderson was recently appointed as a Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order – a personal gift from the monarch in appreciation of his service. The most successful of The Queen’s horses in 2020 was Tactical who amassed £59,169 in prize money.

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