Little-Known Facts About Queen Elizabeth II: Excellence in Being an Animal Husbandry

Little-Known Facts About Queen Elizabeth II: Excellence in Being an Animal Husbandry

War Elizabeth II He died on Thursday (8/9) in Balmoral, England at 16.30 local time. There are some facts about Queen Elizabeth II that are not known.

The Queen of England died in Balmoral, England with her family.

“Buckingham Palace can confirm Queen Elizabeth II died aged 96 on Thursday (8/9).

“The Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,” the royal family said.

The sad announcement was made shortly after Buckingham Palace also published a statement about the Queen’s health on Thursday (8/9) evening UK time.

During her lifetime, Queen Elizabeth II was recognized as Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.

Here are some little-known facts about Queen Elizabeth II, including her life as a horse and dog lover.

1. 4 wins at Ascot

Queen Elizabeth was a fan of Royal Ascot. Not only this, he also won many bets. In fact in 1957, Queen Elizabeth II won the four-week Royal Ascot.

“I enjoy racing, but I think, really, I love horses,” he said in the BBC documentary, The Queen’s Racehorses: A Personal View.

2. He likes to walk in the village

The Queen also enjoys walking in the countryside and spending time with her dogs. Queen Elizabeth II often went for walks with her late husband, Prince Philips.

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3. First Corgi

The Queen of England’s love for corgis began when she was 18. According to the Royal Family website, for her eighteenth birthday, the Queen’s Corgi was given the name Susan.

4. Love Corgis and Dorgis

His love for corgis also made him want to cross with other dog breeds, the dachsund (especially Princess Margaret’s Pipkin) to create ‘Dorgis.’ Her Majesty has owned Corgis and Dorgis ever since.

Until his death he had 4 beloved dogs, Corgis Muick and Sandy, Dorgis named Candy, and a Cocker Spaniel.

“Corgis are family,” she said.

5. Animal lover

Despite her busy schedule as head of state, the Queen manages to keep her hobbies and interests away from her official duties. An animal lover since childhood, his greatest love was horses and dogs.

6. Crazy horses

He started riding horses at the age of 3 – and was instantly hooked on horses.

7. Equestrians always wear purple

The Queen has nearly 2,000 winners as racehorses, with her regulars wearing purple, gold, and pink – the colors of royal racing silks that were also worn by her father and grandfather, King Edward VII.

8. Get 30 dogs

Citing various sources, over the years he has acquired more than 30 dogs from his first pet, named Susan. The Queen also has a labrador, a cocker spaniel, and a dorgi – a cross between a corgi and a dachshund.

England's Queen Elizabeth attends the Chelsea Flower Show in London, Britain, May 23, 2022. Paul Grover/Pool via REUTERSPhoto: REUTERS/POL
War Elizabeth II

9. The first British president to win the gold medal

In recent years, the Queen made sporting history when she became the first monarch to win the Royal Ascot Gold Cup with a Pureblood in 2013.

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10. Animal Husbandry

During his life, he followed his passion for raising horses, where he sent his brothers to farms around the world.


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