How Queen Elizabeth II Saved an Entire Horse Breed From Extinction

Having the Queen in its corner also helped the horses’ popularity and Mulgrave Supreme became a household name among horse breeders. Within 15 years, there were at least 36 stallions throughout the country. Even by the time, Mulgrave Supreme was put out to stud, the horse’s popularity allowed them to surge in numbers.


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