The Sunday competition at Vilhelmsborg, Denmark, began with the class of 4-6-year-old mares. Ten beautiful contenders appeared with Janów-bred Pieta by Gazal Al Shaqab (owned by Halsdon Arabians) among them. She scored 91,63 points including a “20” for movements and placed second beaten by German Aishaa by A.S. Natsir Apal, which had the same total but higher points for type. Third was US-bred, Swedish owned daughter of Baske Afire, Rohara Bask Melody (90,88).
7-10-year-old mares class began with strong enter of Swedish Chakira by Kubinec, with a „20” for type and the total of 92,38 points. None of the other 5 mares has beaten this result. Prieta by Thee Brygadier (91,13), from Austria, placed second and an Ekstern daughter Krystal Tiara from UK was third. Swedish bred and owned pure Polish MA Etropica (Pamir – Eina/Ararat) was fourth, scored 89,5 points. Chakira was chosen later on Senior Champion Mare of the Nordic Cup competition.
In the mares 11-year-old and above only 2 contenders competed – Michałów-bred Egna (Eukaliptus – Egzotyka/Probat), o. by Halsdon Arabians and Belgian Sarai Bint Navarrone-D by Ansata Sinan. Both very impressive but the Belgian one scored just at a small point higher with the total of 90,75 while 90,25 went to Egna.
The next class was very exciting with 3 stallions 7-10-year-old: Naizaak by Gai Radiant (br. UK, o. Sweden), MCA Magnum Gold by Padrons Psyche (br. US, o. Al Khaled Farm – KSA) and Beduin (Wojsław – Bogdanka/Europejczyk), Janów-bred, Turban Stud (Denmark) owned. Beduin, scored 3×20 for movements, won the class with the total of 91 points. MCA Magnum Gold was scored 90,75 and gained the second place.
The last one to go were 3 stallions 11-year-old and above. Michałów-bred Ekilibr, owned by Turban Stud, did not arrive so the competition belonged to Belgian and German stars: Ansata Sinan sons Khidar and Eternity Ibn Navarrone-D, and Davidoff by Kubinec. Khidar was given a “20” for type but Eternity Ibn Navarrone-D with 3×20 for type and movements ended up with the score of 92,5 as classwinner with Davidoff the 3rd.
There were no surprises at Junior Mares Championship won by Polish 2-year-old Psyche Victoria by Ekstern (b/o. Chrcynno-Palace Stud) – the highest scored junior mare, with Reserve yearling Jumilla (by Thee Apprentice) and Top Five: daughter of MCA Magum Gold WA Magna Rouge, Marwan Al Shaqab’s GM Marwan Al Shakira and the 3 years old Alia EA by Khidar.
“This is the first A champion title for Psyche Victoria”, the happy owners of Chrcynno-Palace Stud said. “As far as we remember it is also the first A championship gained by Polish private breeders! We are even more proud as our mare competed against the beautiful yearling Jumilla, from Dubai Stud”.
Junior Champion Stallion became the son of Ajman Moniscione Jumanci OS, in front of Altis as Reserve (which gained the title for his new owners) and Top Five: Belgian ASH Dream of Glory by WH Justice, Swedish TA Nox by WPB Minstril’s Bayer and German BO Karismatico Ibn Bendigo by Om El Bendigo.
Janów-bred Pieta took the Reserve title – and it was her first such a big international success. The championship was won by her class mate Aishaa. Senior mares Top Five were: Chaqira by Kubinec, Prieta by Thee Brygadier and Dhalka Serondella by Lothar El Nyhl, bred in Brasil, owned by Halsdon Arabians, placed 4th in her class of mares 4-6-year-old.
Senior Stallion Championship was won for Belgium, Dion Arabians by Eternity Ibn Navarrone-D and the Reserve title went to Khidar, his (also Belgian) paternal half-brother. Girlan-Bey was qualified to Top Five with MCA Magnum Gold and Galinka El Sheikh.
One more important international event ended with Polish-bred horses being successful: one Champion title (Psyche Victoria), two Reserves (Altis and Pieta) and one Top Five (Girlan-Bey). It seems that our breeding is still on the top, competing with the best horses of the Arabian breed.
Junior Champion Mare
Psyche Victoria (Ekstern – Pallas-Atena/Ecaho), br/o. SK Chrcynno-Palace Stud, Poland
Junior Reserve Champion Mare
Jumilla (Thee Apprentice – Artemis/Borneo), br. Moell & Moelle & Dolfe, Sweden, o. Dubai Stud
Junior Champion Stallion
Jumanci OS (Ajman Moniscione – Pretoria/Kubinec), br/o. Gestut Osterhof, Germany
Junior Reserve Champion Stallion
Altis (WH Justice – Albia/Pers), br. Falborek Arabians, Poland, o. Hani & Ismer & Turban Stud
Senior Champion Mare
Aishaa (A.S. Natsir-Apal – Bint Sanadiva/Kubinec), br/o. Ralf Heckenbucker, Germany
Senior Reserve Champion Mare
Pieta (Gazal Al Shaqab – Pilar/Fawor), br. Janów Podlaski Stud, o. Halsdon Arabians, UK
Senior Champion Stallion
Eternity Ibn Navarrone-D (Ansata Sinan – Navarrone P/El Khadir P), br/o. Dion Arabians, Belgium
Senior Reserve Champion Stallion
Khidar (Ansata Sinan – Elizja/Esta-Ghalil), br. Rik Verrijdt, Belgium, o. Khidar Partnership, Belgium
Read about the Saturday competition here: Denmark: Psyche Victoria, Altis and Girlan-Bey leading the classes