Chris Rock's Daughter Zahra Wins Big at Equestrian Competition – Proud Mom Malaak Reveals What She Won
Chris Rock's ex-wife proudly gushed over their daughter after she won big at an at Equestrian Competition and received several prizes at the event.
In July Malaak revealed that Zahra had taken a four-month break from competing because of the restrictions enforced by the government amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
In a caption from a post following one of the competitions, Malaak said that the rules had changed significantly since Zahra returned to her regular rounds of equestrian sports.
Among the many safety measures taken amid the pandemic, the mother of three revealed that spectators were no longer allowed at the events, everyone wears masks, and people were practising social distancing.
"Zahra and her horse Sawyer ribboned in every round, including two 1st place wins and overall Reserve Champion. It's been a great start!"
Many of Malaak's followers joined her in congratulating Zahra on her success at the competition. One mother and fellow horse lover commented on the post saying:
"Congrats, well deserved! we noticed her beautiful chestnut horse in the U/S and classic yesterday. it was fun to watch all the lovely riders!"
"Go, Zahra!!! Incredible! So proud of you," commented another person. Television personality Bevy Smith, wrote, "best eyebrows in the sport as well, blue-ribbon worthy! On a serious note, kudos to her hard work & tenacity."
Malaak shared several pictures of Zahra holding up her ribbons, and she smiled from ear to ear over her wins. ABC's Deborah Roberts couldn't help noting the 16-year-old's smile. The two mothers shared a pleasant exchange.
Chris, who is recently single after ending his four-year relationship with actress, Megalyn Echinuwoke, spent time with his daughters in New York City in July.
The doting got his first tattoo at a shop called "Bang Bang Tattoo." To make the moment even more special his 18-year-old daughter, Lola, also had a similar tattoo design of a crown inked on her shoulder.
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