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The Czech government has declared the pilfering of Ramzan Kadyrov’s equine companion.


In the Czech Republic, a 16-year-old thoroughbred English stallion named Zazu was kidnapped from a stable in the village of Krabchitse, the cost of which was around 400,000 crowns (about 17,000 euros). Publications report it And Ceske noviny.

in the font declaredthat on the night of March 4, the offender removed a safety chain with a rifle from the sliding stable door and took the horse away.

“The 16-year-old bay has an irregularly shaped white star mark on his forehead, and the part of his right hind leg below the ankle joint is also white,” police said in a statement.

Edition writes that the stolen horse belonged to the leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov. This information was confirmed by the press officer of the Czech Ministry of Finance Mikaela Lagronova. The site notes that the horse was among assets frozen by the Czech Republic as part of EU sanctions against Kadyrov.

The stolen horse was purchased in 2012 from German stable WH Sport International. The stallion took part in 36 races, of which he won nine and earned more than 1.2 million euros. Three weeks before the Russian military operation in Ukraine, two Russian-speaking men tried to take Zaza and another stallion away. According to, the men said the horses should be transferred to a Polish stud farm. The team refused to give them up.

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