Kaley Cuoco is back on the horse.

The “Big Bang Theory” star, who called it quits with Ryan Sweeting after 21 months of marriage, appears to have a new man in her life, accomplished equestrian Karl Cook.

Over the weekend, Cuoco, 30, shared a playful snap of the pair on Instagram, in which Cook, 26, sticks his tongue to the blond beauty’s forehead. The actress also gushed about her rumored new beau on social media as well.

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“Sooo how many wins does this make??? Amazing GP win @hitshorseshows #thermal, mr KC so proud of you! (And the entire time!),” she wrote two weeks ago.

Though Cuoco admitted her split from Sweeting, 28, was “rough,” she has remained positive that she’ll bounce back this year, especially where matters of the heart are concerned.

“I cannot wait to be in love again,” she revealed in the April edition of Cosmopolitan magazine.

While Cuoco also spilled that she wasn’t ready at the time, it seems that billionaire heir Cook has changed all that.

A seasoned rider, Cook questioned his abilities in the spring of 2012 before giving the sport a second chance.

“It sounds silly, but I didn’t know how to do anything else,” he told The Chronicles of the Horse. “I really didn’t want to go to school, so it was either that and be very unhappy, or really get after riding.”

Like Cook, Cuoco has also competed and succeeded at a higher level. Last September, she entered a competition just days after announcing her divorce.

“1 big kiss for miss #nettypie for getting me through my 1st official Gran Prix,” she captioned alongside a photo of her beloved horse. “It’s always been a dream of mine, and he were are thanks to this magnificent mare.”

Even though Cuoco and Cook have yet to share any photos from their horseback riding adventures, it could be sooner rather than later if Cuoco gets her way.

“I already feel like 2016 is going to be a better year than 2015,” she told Ellen DeGeneres in February. “And you know, it’s been rough, but things are going good. I’m much, much better now. I’m in a much better place than I was.”

Reps for Cuoco did not immediately return our request for comment.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.