5 most expensive horses in the world

The price for a single thoroughbred horse can reach millions of dollars and in this article we list you the most expensive horses around the world. 

5) Green monkey:

A descendant of both northern dancer and Secretariat, he was sold for16 million dollars at an auction in 2006 as a two-year-old colt for the highest price ever paid (current to 2020) at auction for a Thoroughbred—$16,000,000. 

4) Tortillas:

A stunning black stallion sold for 21 million, he owned the best dressage horse that has ever existed. In fact, in 2011 he and his riders scored higher in dressage competitions than any other horse has ever managed in the sport, unfortunately, as he grew older, he started to have problems with injuries and was eventually retired.

3) Sharif dancer:

The Emir of Dubai paid 40 million for the stallion of the English race breed in 1983, having an impeccable exterior this horse was further distinguished by unusual race data, having won many competitions though he won the hearts of many racing enthusiasts. 

2) Fushigi Pegasus!:

In 1997 a buyer from Japan acquired a stallion for four million dollars. The horse won the Kentucky Derby and by the end of his career had nine starts, six wins, and two losses, his total winnings were 1.9 million dollars. In 2000 he was sold at the price of 70 million dollars.

1) Frankel

Born in 2008 is a retired champion British thoroughbred racehorse. Frankel was unbeaten in his 14-race career and was the highest-rated racehorse in the world. The stallion is estimated by experts to be worth 130 million dollars. Nowadays Frankel does not participate in races and is the father of mini thoroughbred fouls, his descendants are in great demand; Frankel’s owner the Saudi Prince Khalid Abdullah will not even think of parting with such a treasure.