William Shatner awarded horse semen in his divorce settlement

William Shatner and his ex-wife Elizabeth Martin have divvied up their assets and it looks like the award-winning actor is walking away with the former couple's supply of horse semen.

The "Star Trek" actor, 88, filed for divorce from Martin in December after 18 years of marriage. Court records show the exes reached a divorce settlement this week and their takeaways from the belongings they shared are unique, to say the least.

According to reports, Shatner and Martin split up their four horses, with the actor scoring Renaissance Man's Medici and Powder River Shirley, while Martin will get Belle Reve's So Photogenic and Pebbles.

WILLIAM SHATNER FINALIZES DIVORCE FROM FOURTH WIFE, WILL KEEP MAJORITY OF $100 MILLION FORTUNE: REPORT

Actor William Shatner and his Wife Elizabeth Shatner attend the 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards on September 8, 2018.

Actor William Shatner and his Wife Elizabeth Shatner attend the 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards on September 8, 2018.

Along with his two horses, Shatner was awarded horse breeding equipment and "all horse semen," reports said.

The former pair also split up their homes. Martin has reportedly scored the couple's Versailles, Ky. home, where the former married couple raised and trained American saddlebreds at a farm they owned.

William Shatner (L) and James Spader (R) in 'Boston Legal.'

William Shatner (L) and James Spader (R) in 'Boston Legal.' (Craig Sjodin/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)

Court documents previously showed the former couple had a pre-nuptial agreement in place, which allows the 88-year-old to keep his "Star Trek" royalties.

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In his initial divorce filing, Shatner listed the couple's separation date as Feb. 1, 2019. He was previously hitched to Nerine Kidd, Marcy Lafferty and Gloria Rand. He shares two daughters, Lisabeth Shatner, 58, and Leslie Carol, 61, with Rand.

The actor shot to fame in the 1960s for his role as Captain James T. Kirk in the original series run of "Star Trek" and went on to have a lucrative film and TV career thereafter.