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Cooperation with Polish Equestrian Federation

18 September 2014 · Category: PZHK ·

On 10 September at the headquar­ters of the Polish Equestrian Federation held the meet­ing of rep­res­ent­at­ives of the Polish Equestrian Federation (PZJ President – Ł. Abgarowicz, R. Wawrzyniak, Ł. Jankowski) and Polish Horse Breeders Association (President PZHK – Z. Jaworski, A. Stasiowski), ded­ic­ated to the cur­rent and future cooper­a­tion between the two organ­iz­a­tions.

The par­ti­cipants agreed on the need to sign an agree­ment on joint con­struc­tion of an orderly mar­ket for eques­tri­an, includ­ing, in addi­tion to exist­ing ones, includ­ing such ele­ments as edu­ca­tion and horse-rid­ing instruct­ors, beraiters, cer­ti­fic­a­tion recre­ation eques­tri­an cen­ters, cer­ti­fic­a­tion recre­ation­al horses.

Both organ­iz­a­tions will carry out fur­ther work to the achieve­ment of full com­pli­ance in respect of data­bases of horses used in eques­tri­an sport. A dead­line for the com­ple­tion of this stage is December this year. Another ele­ment of joint cooper­a­tion activ­it­ies data­base will be intro­du­cing the oblig­a­tion to horse ped­i­gree data and inform­a­tion about the breed­er and own­er of the horse at the start lists and res­ults of com­pet­i­tions nation­wide, and then organ­iz­ing a sys­tem of flow of the match res­ults to the data­base and the data­base PZJ PZHK.

Both sides con­firmed their inten­tion to con­tin­ue cooper­a­tion in issu­ing quarterly “Breeder and Rider”. At the same time the Polish Equestrian Federation has expressed interest in par­ti­cip­at­ing in the pro­ject Fri “The Academy Breeders and Rider” (former “University Equestrian”), an ini­ti­at­ive of the Foundation HorseSport and PZHK whose aim is to train farm­ers and users horses.

The par­ti­cipants also stressed the need for the train­ing of judges assess the style of young horses, espe­cially jump­ers, also by for­eign experts, the assump­tion that mod­ern sport horse breed­ing is an inter­na­tion­al breed­ing and should be com­par­able regard­less of the coun­try in which it is made.

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