Is Queen Elizabeth to Blame for Your Gambling Addiction?

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C Costigan
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Who knew?  It's all Queen Elizabeth's fault that Gambling911.com readers are all gambling addicts (or some of you at least).

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Blame the Queen.

Yes it’s all here at the CheatSheet:

It turns out Queen Elizabeth has owned and bred her own racehorses for years and continues to make money off of them. This hobby must be in the Windsor blood because her mother did the same thing throughout the 20th century.

How much money the queen has earned from racing her horses hasn’t always been known. The real amount might surprise you, which could reluctantly inspire more horse gamblers in America.

The Queen's interest in horses dates back to 1988.

And the CheatSheet has more:

No doubt it became addictive when she realized her horses could win her major pounds. All of that fortune the Windsors have wasn’t entirely handed on a silver platter. Now we know the queen made a small part of her money racing her “self”-bred horses.

The exact seven figure she’s earned undoubtedly surprises even her most ardent supporters from inside or outside her inner circle.

They estimate she’s made more than £7,768,448 from her hobby.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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