Until now, the international championship in Denmark was held in Vilhelmsborg, which is located among woods and fields. Although the exhibitors were able to reach the hall, remote from all big centers, the audience wasn’t. Holding the event in a new place is always a new challenge, and creates a new chapter in the show history. Alicja Poszepczyńska (Chrcynno-Palace Stud), who presented three horses in Denmark, tells us, what it was like this year:
– The show was very successful. It was organized in a different place than last year – in Middelfart Ridecenter. It is a very nice and well-groomed place, with spatial stables, equipped with washers, a hall, and large paddocks with good, elastic, but flat and not sinking ground. So, comparing to many other shows or championships, the horses had luxurious conditions. The atmosphere was very pleasant and even the weather was fine, which was vital, as this time everything was celebrated outdoors. At the same time, a few hundred meters away, a show and a riding championship were held. The event lasted three days – there was a domestic show on Friday, while on Saturday and Sunday – an international A-category show. At Saturday evening there also was an official dinner with a bonfire, a mechanical bull ride and a belly dance show.
The Chrcynno-Palace Stud representatives will remember this show very well. They brought home two titles: A Champion Title for Chaos Persefona and a Reserve Championship for Psyche Kreuza. Until now, mostly the P-line horses and Granada/Monogramm’s female descendants bred by Chrcynno-Palace were successful. The international success of Chaos Persefona is an absolute novelty, as her breeder says:
– Chaos Persefona (by Poganin) is a mare with Polish pedigree, from a female line Gazella or.ar. ~1840. Her mother – Ceres (Ganges – Celoma), is a beautiful mare, with very good qualities and with an excellent character. She comes in a straight line from Celna, who was a Janów Podlaski State Stud representative during many years. Ceres is a half-sister from the female part of Chaos Artemida, a mare who will be put up for auction, and Chejron – a stallion who won a Gold Medal at Sports Polish Purebred Arabian Championship. The sub line is a very comprehensive one – both brave and beautiful horses are its members.
The Polish breeding may also be proud of a Michałów-bred Lissar (Gazal Al Shaqab – Larissa/Eukaliptus), owned by Turban Stud. The stallion won a Senior Stallion Bronze Medal, beating a prominent Stival (who took the 3rd place) in his class.
Gold – Chaos Persefona (1st pl. in class)
Silver – Psyche Kreuza (1st pl. in class)
Bronze – Al Princess Aliha (2nd pl. in class)
Gold – Aragon OS (1st pl. in class)
Silver – Ali Moniscione (1st pl. in class)
Bronze – Bernhard (2nd pl. in class)
Gold – Rohara Rebecca (1st pl. in class)
Silver – Warina (1st pl. in class)
Bronze – Al Aliha (1st pl. in class)
Gold – Azraff El Karmdal (1st pl. in class)
Silver – Rohara Bacara (2nd pl. in class)
Bronze – Lissar (1st pl. in class)
Places taken by other Polish Arabians:
Ganga – 3rd pl. in class (4-6 yo)
Emrod – 1st pl. in class (11+ yo)
Eurykles – 3rd pl. in class (7-10 yo)
Epasjonata – 4th pl. in class (2 yo)