The Successes of Polish Horses in Mezohegyes

18 October 2017 · Category: Sport · Breed:

The Third World Young Horses Driving Championships which took place in Mezohegyes, Hungary between the 6th and the 10th of September 2017 were very suc­cess­ful for Polish con­test­ants. Both Weronika Kwiatek and Bartłomiej Kwiatek won medals with their Silesian bred horses.

Weronika Kwiatek and her Silesian bred stal­lion Eter (Basior śl. – Eurella śl. /​ Domingo xx) won the title of the Second World Vice-Champion in the 7 year old horse cat­egory.

Eter is a Silesian stal­lion bred by Jan Wiszniowski and owned by Bartosz Kowalski.  The horse presen­ted by Weronika Kwiatek to the pub­lic and judges had already suc­cess­fully com­peted both loc­ally and inter­na­tion­ally. During CAI3* in Kladrubach oder Lab Eter driv­en by Weronika Kwiatek had reached the third place.

Bartłomiej Kwiatek enriched his col­lec­tion of the World Young Horses Championships medals and won the medal num­ber 5! Together with a 6 year old mare Rebelia (Hutor – Regencja /​ ​Bank) he won the Bronze Medal. What’s more all his medals were won by the horses bred in the Książ Silesian bred Stud farm. These great driv­ing horses have been among the world lead­ing horses for many years.

In 2015 Kwiatek won the World Championships in the 6 year old hotse cat­egory with Bazyli – a Silesian bred stal­lion (Lokan śl. – Bazylia /​​ Palant śl.) and won the Silver medal with Frezja – a Silesian bred mare (Regiment śl. – Fuksja /​​ Jogurt śl.)
A year later he became the Vice-Champion of the World in the 5 year old horse cat­egory with the mare Rebelia and won also the Bronze medal in the 7 year old horse cat­egory with the stal­lion Bazyli.


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