Supermodel and reality star Kendall Jenner has shared with the press about her dream to join the Olympic Games as an official competitor in the horse-riding contests.

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In response to her reason, Kendall shared that she would want to follow her famous parents footsteps as competing in the honorable sport event.

Her mother, Caitlyn Jenner, who was Bruce Jenner before her transitioning announcement five years ago, made it to the stand in the Olympic game in 1976. She beat the competition at the Montreal Olympics and won gold medal in the decathlon event.

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Now, Kendall Jenner is satisfied with her modeling, she has revealed of spending time of the last few months practicing for her lifelong passion of horse-riding.

Although Kendall’s busy schedule doesn’t buy her enough time to follow sports dream, the coronavirus pandemic has offered her the opportunity to visit her childhood hobby, just like a silver lightning strike.

“I would love to be in the Olympics riding horses. I have two horses but I don’t get to ride as much as I used to, unfortunately.

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“I’ve been able to go a bit during quarantine. If I could, I’d love to go the Olympics and keep that going in my family. My dad would be very proud.”

Kendall also added that fresh air created such optimism to help her battle the anxiety throughout the lockdown, saying: “Being optimistic is important. Any chance that I can get to speak to someone always makes me feel a little bit better.

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The Kardashian calls her horses as Belle and Dylan and rides at a show barn called Huntover, Bell Canyon, California. The stable located just five-mile away from her hometown in Calabasas, which makes it easier for her to saddle up when she could totally control the time.

She once revealed about her hard times in school, the only way to heal her from that struggling was taking horse-riding.