Our dressage team is already on the way home. Now time for eventing riders. Yesterday began the first dressage test. We already know score of two Polish riders: Jerzy Krukowski – current Vice‐Champion of Poland and Marta Dziak‐Gierlicz. Both competed on Polish bred horses. Read more »
Last weekend in the UK have been played European Junior Championships in eventing. Although we had there no representation, there was Polish accent. Portuguese Bernardo Seabra was riding 8‐year‐old chestnut gelding Aferzysta m (First des Termes xo – Arborea m / Bonaparte m) breed in Poland in SK Ochaby. Read more »
Over the last weekend the Polish Eventing Championships for seniors and young riders has been played.
Kamil Rajnert, riding Polish breeding 9‐years‐old gelding Jak Chef m (Chef Supreme xx – Juka m/Bonaparte xo, br. Prudnik SK, owner Anna Mańczak), won the gold medal, the same time winning CIC3* with such riders like Andreas Dibowski – the gold Olympics medalist. Jak Chef was awarded with a special prize of the President of Polish Horse Breeders Association. Read more »
Achievements of the best Polish pairs (Top 10) competing in the Eventing World Cup Finals’2014
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Malopolska gelding Jak Chef m (by Chef Supreme xx, out of Juka m by Bonaparte m) with his rider Kamil Rajnert won CIC* competition on 26 – 28th of April 2013 in Sopot, Poland. Read more »
We are plesed to inform that 5‐year‐old Malopolska Mare Birma by Emetyt, out of Biesiada by First des Termes, bred by Walewice State Stud and owned by Andreas Gygax (CH), took 4th place in her age category in French Eventing Championships for Young Horses 2012. Birma has 37,74% Arabian blood; therefore, according to CIAA regulations she represents Anglo‐Arabian breed. Read more »
Malopolska mare Birma by Emetyt, out of Biesiada by First des Termes, bred by Walewice State Stud and owned by Andreas Gygax (CH) successfully competes in eventing in France. With her rider Thomas Carlil she is now on 12th place among over 400 5‐year‐olds in French eventing ranking. She is also the best Anglo‐Arabian mare!
Complete Birma’s results are available on resultats.shf.eu