MS Dhoni gets a stallion named ‘Chetak’; wife Sakshi shares pictures

MS Dhoni already has a Belgian Malinois, a white husky and a German Shepherd who are all seen in pictures that his wife Sakshi shares.

Chetak and MS Dhoni
Stallion Chetak and MS Dhoni

Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is well-known for being a private person. The 39-year-old seldom makes public appearances and these days, is put up in his farmhouse in Ranchi. The sprawling farmhouse spread over seven acres houses a plethora of pets with a majority of them being big dogs. Now, Dhoni and his family have welcomed a new member to their family of pets in a stallion named ‘Chetak’.

It is worth noting that Dhoni already has pets like a Belgian Malinois, a white Husky and a German Shepherd. Pictures posted by wife Sakshi Singh Dhoni often feature the pets along with daughter Ziva Singh Dhoni. Today, Sakshi posted a video of the horse on her Instagram account and captioned it, “Welcome home Chetak! A true gentleman! Happily accepted in our pack!”

Former India skipper MS Dhoni, whose love for big dogs is well known, added to his list of pets when he bought a black stallion soon after arriving at his seven-acre farmhouse on the outskirts of Ranchi. The Chennai Super Kings skipper flew in from Delhi where he was leading his franchise before the tournament was potsponed due to Covid-19 cases in the bio-bubble.

MS Dhoni reaches Ranchi after rest of CSK contingent leaves

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni has now reached his farmhouse in Ranchi after the suspension of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021). The tournament had to be postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic breaching the teams’ bio-bubbles including Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings (CSK) with bowling coach Lakshmipathy Balaji, batting coach Michael Hussey and a member of the cleaning staff testing positive.

Dhoni had reportedly said that he would leave for home only after all other players have reached home safe. With the same now having happened, with the exception of the Australians in Maldives and Hussey and Balaji who are in Chennai for treatment, the skipper has now returned home along.

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