Posted 8 марта 09:27

Published 8 марта 09:27

Modified 8 марта 13:31

Updated 8 марта 13:31

Ramzan Kadyrov estimated the value of the horse stolen in the Czech Republic at $ 10 million

8 марта 2023, 09:27
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov (pictured), confirmed that the horse Zazu, stolen from a stable in the Czech Republic, belonged to him. The Czech police estimated the stallion at 400 thousand crowns — about 18 thousand dollars. The head of Chechnya also said that the cost of a thoroughbred horse is at least $ 10 million.

"I ask you not to belittle the value of my horse. The media, according to the authorities, announced its cost at $ 18,000. Surely this artificial understatement is connected with some financial frauds of those responsible for its maintenance and care, but a purebred Zazu is worth at least $ 10 million. Now, having found out its real price, someone will warm up their hands well", - Kadyrov said on his Telegram channel.

He stressed that he does not believe in the randomness of what happened, reproaching the Czech police for poor work. The head of Chechnya also drew attention to the conditions of keeping a thoroughbred breeding stallion of the English breed, who was on "some backwoods farm", inquiring about the quality of the protection of the stable.

"It's a shame that a beautiful and noble animal suffers. I'm worried that Zazu may fall into the wrong hands," Kadyrov summed up his message.

The Zazu horse was acquired by Kadyrov in 2012, and in 2014 it was included in the property of the head of Chechnya, frozen in the Czech Republic due to sanctions. According to the portal , the horse took part in 36 races and brought 1.2 million euros to its owner.