The Queen of England earned nearly $9 million in horse racing bonuses

The Queen of England earned nearly $9 million in horse racing bonuses

The racing horses of the England Queen have won 451 wins from 2,815 runs since 1988, with a win rate of 15.9%.

The year 2016 was the most prosperous year for the Queen of England with a prize of 731,413 USD from horse races. In the first 10 months of 2017, the race horse of the beautiful Queen won 20 victories, bringing in $ 542,531. The best horse race of the Queen this year is Dartmouth trained by Michael Stoute.

With a lot of amazing achievements, Queen Elizabeth II has become the 11th successful owner of horse racing in flat land races in the UK, according to CNN.


The Queen of England was given a Shetland horse at the age of 4 and from there she became deeply interested in the horses. As the Queen grew up, she became a successful rider, often attending formal rites on horseback. The Queen also inherited some of the most amazing breeding animals after the death of her father, King George VI in 1952 and she was dubbed the British Horse Racing Champion in 1954, 1957.

In addition to the Epsom Derby, Queen Elizabeth II has won all four of the most famous classic horse racing competitions in England: St Leger Stakes, Epsom Oaks, 1,000 Guinea and 2,000 Guinea. The Queen’s most successful horse is based on a win rate of Elector, trained by Michael Stoute, who has a 100% win rate.


The Queen often visits to observe and evaluate her horse before birth and beyond. Once they finish the race, they are still in care by retirement mode. Buckingham Palace did not respond to requests for comment.

Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary), is now 91 years old. She is the current Queen of 16 Commonwealth Kingdoms including: United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent Grenadies, Antigua, Barbuda, Belize, Saint Kitts and Nevis.