Kaley Cuoco placed third at a horseback riding competition over the weekend.

The professional equestrian shared a video of herself riding her horse, Escarlata, at the event. Cuoco captioned the clip by saying that Escarlata became a fast horse in the low speed classic competition. She also gushed over her pet for how well she did at the show.

In another post, Cuoco also uploaded a video of herself riding a male horse named Bobo. She shared that Bobo did a fantastic job in the high classic event with only a single rail at the Delmar International Horse Show. Bobo also placed fifth at the competition.

This is not the first time that Cuoco shared photos and videos of herself training and competing with her adorable horses. The professional equestrian has been riding for the past couple of years. In fact, she and her boyfriend, Karl Cook, met at a horse ranch years ago.

During her September 2016 appearance in “The Talk,” the 32-year-old actress said, “We met at a horse show. Finally I found my horse guy. I know. It was meant to be. He’s an amazing, amazing rider. Rider and jumper. Amazing equestrian and great human. We share obviously our passion for horses and dogs and all that.”

Cook has also been riding horses and competing in various events for several years now. But in 2012, he almost gave up his career as a professional equestrian because he didn’t excel in the sport. According to The Chronicle of the Horse, Cook found it difficult to get his groove back and was riding badly at that time.

However, Cook decided to still pursue horseback riding because he doesn’t know how to do anything else other than that. “I really didn’t want to go to school, so it was either that and be very unhappy or really get after riding,” he said.

Throughout the span of his career, Cook has learned how to adapt to the changes required so he could better his craft. “I was open to learn and change, which made it possible. You can’t teach someone who doesn’t want to change. I had to redo all my muscle memory,” he explained.