Kaley Cuoco gives fans an important update on offers to buy Olympic horse that was beaten | MCUTimes

Kaley Cuoco gives fans an important update on offers to buy Olympic horse that was beaten

Kaley Cuoco doubles her offer to buy the horse that was beaten during the Olympic Games in Tokyo earlier in the month.

Just last week, Big Bang theories actress shared a series of passionate Instagram stories condemning both the German athlete Annika Schleu and coach Kim Raisner for the way they treated a horse name Saint Boy during the modern pentathlon on August 6 I a now viral clip, Kim can be seen stabbing the horse in the back and urging Annika to “really hit” the animal for control. Reports indicate that Saint Boy had refused to jump or trot.

After watching the footage, Kaley wrote on her Instagram Stories: “I feel it’s my duty and my heart to comment on this disgrace. This is not an Olympic leap. This is a disgusting, classless, offensive portrayal of our sport on so many ways.This team should be ashamed of themselves.You and your team did not make your country proud or this sport.You make us look bad.

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The actor, who is also an avid animal rights activist and rider, offered to buy Saint Boy. “Pure classless behavior right here. Disgusting at all levels. This is not our sport. This does not represent our sport. This rider and her ‘trainer’ is a disgrace. I want to buy that horse directly and show it the life it should have. Mention your price. “

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chofu, japan august 06 annika schleu from team germany looks worn out after her race in the equestrian show jumping of women's modern pentathlon on day fourteen in tokyo 2020 olympic games at tokyo stadium on august 6, 2021 in chofu, japan photo by dan mullangetty images

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Days later, Kaley once again raised the issue of buying Saint Boy in his Instagram Stories. “Yeah still waiting ….. if anyone was wondering,” Kaley wrote along with the photo above of Annika and Saint Boy. The flight attendant star also associated with an article where the pentathlete defended himself against allegations of error.

“I did not treat the horse extremely harshly. I had a crop with me that was checked in advance. Just like spores. I really do not realize any cruelty to animals,” she maintained. “I started crying relatively quickly. I was so tense because I realized that the competition could be over before I even started riding. The seconds that passed then felt much longer for me. It was a hopeless, difficult situation. for the horse and for me. “

Annika also called the “hate” she encountered on social media for her behavior. “Of course it does matter to me. It does not feel nice. I did not expect this serious assessment from the outside.”

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Despite Annika’s attitude, Kaley reinforces her desire to buy and care for the animal. Her husband, Karl Cook, is a horse trainer and Kaley allegedly owns “at least 25 horses. “

Olympic officials ended up throwing Kim out of the Tokyo Games for the incident. Meanwhile, the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne (UIPM) a declaration condemns Kim’s actions during the competition.

“UIPM deplores the trauma suffered by Saint Boy in this high-profile incident and has punished the trainer who violated UIPM’s competition rules by knocking the horse out of the ring.”

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