Kylie Jenner Reportedly Spent $200,000 on a Pony for Daughter Stormi

Alicia Brunker

Stormi Webster Shushed Mom Kylie During Her First 'Frozen 2' Viewing


"She obviously really loves this movie."

Stormi Webster is one lucky little girl. According to The Daily Mail, the 2-year-old is getting her very own pony as a gift from her mom, Kylie Jenner.

The makeup mogul reportedly dropped $200,000 on a 17-year-old gray gelding from the Netherlands that she had flown out to California, which cost an additional $7,000 to $10,000.

Meanwhile, celebrity breeder Stal Wilten confirmed the sale on Instagram. “#ThrowbackThursday goes to the most famous pony of them all, Frozen. We got news he has landed in LA and is living the life with a sweet little girl named Stormi. Her parents in true fashion, made sure their daughter had the most precious pony out there," he captioned a photo of the tiny horse. "We can’t wait to see pictures of Stormi and Frozen."

While Stormi hasn't met her pony just yet (he's currently completing a 14-day quarantine), it's likely she'll approve of his name, Frozen — a reference to her favorite Disney movie.

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Back in February, Jenner was adorably "shushed" by Stormi while watching Frozen 2 together. In a hilarious video posted to her Instagram Stories, the reality star revealed that she was told to be quiet by her daughter when she tried to talk during the movie. “So we’re watching Frozen 2 for the first time, and she is really into it because I turned to tell her I love her — and I said, ‘Stormi I love you, do you love me?’ And she said, ‘shhhh mommy,'” Kylie said, adding: "I was in shock."

She continued, "She’s never done that before. She told me to ‘shhh!’"

With Stormi's cousin North having not just one, but 14 Friesian horses at her parent's ranch in Wyoming, it looks like the search is over for a trainer.

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