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Aachen by Joanna Jonientz
Aachen by Joanna Jonientz

Three weeks before we informed about the intensive arrangements for the jubilee 25th All Nations Cup in Aachen. This time we complete our news with the full information about Polish horses entered and the interesting news about the new Polish handler debuting at international show stage.

This year the huge number of 27 Polish horses is entered to 12 in-hand classes (without counting horses sold from Poland that will surely compete).

Please find the list of Polish horses entered to 25th All Nations Cup in-hand classes below:

Enspinezja – o. Leszek Jarmuż, SK Kębliny
Psyche Victoria – o. Alicja and Krzysztof Poszepczyńcy, Chrcynno Pałac
Altis – o. Krzysztof Goździalski, SK Falborek Arabians
Sotika – o. Krzysztof Goździalski, SK Falborek Arabians
Satis – o. Krzysztof Goździalski, SK Falborek Arabians
Bresilia – o. Wojciech Parczewski, Nazaret Arabians
Eksterna – o. Krzysztof Goździalski, SK Falborek Arabians
Pinta – o. SK Janów Podlaski
Sefora – o. SK Janów Podlaski
Faronn – o. Stanisław Sławiński, Czeple Arabians
Ejrene – o. SK Michałów
Ekina – o. SO Białka
Ganga – o. Alicja and Krzysztof Poszepczyńcy, Chrcynno Pałac
Norma – o. SK Michałów
Pistoria – o. SK Michałów
Celsjusz – o. SO Białka
Etnologia – o. Janów Podlaski
Primadonna – o. Tomasz Tarczyński, Grabów nad Pilicą
Emika – o. SO Białka
Espadrilla – o. SK Michałów
Estoria – o. SK Michałów
Emocja – o. SK Michałów
Palmira – o. SK Michałów
Esparto – o. SK Michałów
Poganin – o. SK Janów Podlaski
Gaspar – o. SK Michałów
Grafik – o. SK Michałów

As we can see Polish breeders are very ambitious – especially private ones (10 horses!). We will see which of them will finally compete at the place. We wish the success all of them – especially when All Nations Cup is considered to be the most tough in European show calendar, that many times was more difficult to win than the European or World Championships. This is Aachen where the European and Middle Eastern top horses that competed at lower rank shows so far meet. The world’s top five will be eliminated in Aachen to fight for the highest trophies of European (in Verona) and World (Paris) champions.

Tomasz Jakubowski presents Sortis in Wels (arch. Silvatica Black Arabians)
Tomasz Jakubowski presents Sortis in Wels (arch. Silvatica Black Arabians)

Besides of some Polish horses also a Polish handler will debut in Aachen. At the beginning of September young and talented horse trainer and handler – Tomasz Jakubowski left to Germany on Black Smoke Arabians by Thomas Mayer’s request. Tomasz began his trainer’s career at Falborek Stud and now he is Silvatica Black Arabian Stud’s employee but he also trains some outside horses (he showed some WH Justice progeny at Białka Junior Spring Show this year successfully). Tomasz was also showing some horses at foreign shows so far – the big success was the 5th place of Sortis (Silvatica Black Arabians) at 2006 Wels Internationals. This year Tomasz will show four Black Smoke Arabians’ horses: 2 years old BS Paparazza (Kar Papageno – Sivka), full sister to BS Paparazzi, sold to KSA (won his class shown by Wojciech Kowalik at Middle Eastern Championships this year), yearling Sivka-daughter – BS Silhouette (by Al Hakim), 3 years old BS Sailormoon (Al Hakim – Watseka) and 8 years old BS Madness (Mosanta – Mumtaz Begum). All the horses will debut with their new handler at German Nationals on Friday. Maybe Tomasz will be another one, besides Wojciech Kowalik, “Polish export handler” well known not only in Poland but also abroad.

We would like to remind that German Society of Breeders and Friends of the Arabian Horse (VZAP) has already placed the preliminary information for jubilee, 25th All Nations Cup in Aachen on its website.

The website, besides the promoting video, contains all the useful information (incl. invitation, VIP, ad and sponsorship offers, routes and hotels list) regarding all the events – German Nationals and All Nations Cup (29–30.09). Also portfolios of judges invited for all shows are already available.

This year for the second time the Arabian Futurity Europe titles will be presented to the winners amongst of the group of Arabian horses born out of www.arabian-futurity 2007 Auction Breeding or from foals born from a nominated stallions. Last year Lady Aymona DD by Psytadel and Vergil by El Amin were amongst of 2006 winners.

Those who will go to Aachen can join the lottery answering which country won the All Nations Cup the most (the winner will be awarded a badge of Cary J. van Dansik, specially created on the occasion of the 25th All Nations Cup to the value of 500,00 EUR drawn openly in the course of the GALA-EVENING). And those who voted in Araber Weltweit quiz for 2006 Horse of the year (Bolero EM – FS Bengali’s grandson and champion of shows in Switzerland, All Nations Cup, St. Tropez and Strohen is the winner) can win the VIP entries for 2007 All Nations Cup and O.Verlag’s books – “Asil Araber”.

Look for the hot news from Aachen on polskearaby.com!

The Arabian horse lovers that will not go to Aachen can use the Live Stream that is already available in standard or high quality version.
More about 2007 All Nations Cup countdown:

http://vzap-server.de/eng/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=57&Itemid=43

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