Prince Khalid Abdullah dead: Royal who shared Queen’s love for horse racing dies | Royal | News (Reports)


Saudi Arabian Royal Family member Prince Khalid Abdullah has died at the age of 84, it has been confirmed. The businessman’s death was announced by his Juddmonte Farms operation in a tweet on Tuesday. Like, Queen Elizabeth II, 94, Prince Khalid was known for his passion for horse racing and owned several successful thoroughbreds.

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Prince Khalid bred dual Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner Enable and the great Frankel.

His death was confirmed in a   Juddmonte Farms tweet which read:  “It is with great sadness that Juddmonte announces the death of His Highness Prince Khalid bin Abdullah.

“He died peacefully on Tuesday 12th January 2021.”

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The cause of his death has not been made public.


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