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Polish Nationals 2017. Pogrom Best in Show, Zagrobla impresses with form. Pride of Poland Sale: time to change the formula?

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Pogrom, Best in Show, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Pogrom, Best in Show, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

For the enthusiasts of Arabian horses cheering on Polish breeding the Arabian Horse Gala 2017 (August 11-14th) was not an easy experience despite a beautiful 200 year anniversary of Janów Podlaski State Stud. For the first two days horses, presenters, organizers and the public suffered in the tropical heat and on the third – in rain and cold. But Arabian horse fans fared well with extreme weather conditions and can endure a lot. It was only the greatly disappointing Pride of Poland Sale that ended with the lowest result in this event’s history: 410 thousand Euro from the main sale (six mares sold) and 144 thousand from the Summer Sale (eight mares) that spoiled the mood. This inevitably raises the question whether the auction should be continued in such form. The organizers will definitely have to think over the selling of horses this way. But first things first.

Pogrom loses, but only for a moment

 

Janów trophies, by Krzysztof Dużyński
Janów trophies, by Krzysztof Dużyński

The organizers wanted very much for this year’s National Show to have a unique setting – not surprising considering the round anniversary of the host of this event, Janów Podlaski Stud. The event was held under the patronage of the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda. For the first time – which was stressed during the press conference by Michałów’s president Maciej Grzechnik – the catalogue included a welcoming foreword from the highest government official. Furthermore the catalogue also included an extensive article by Prof. Krystyna Chmiel dedicated to Polish damlines, which like years before gave the catalogue an educational value.

 

Judges, DC members and ringmaster, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Judges, DC members and ringmaster, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

And later, under the pouring heat (thermometers showed 33 degrees on Friday and the still air felt even hotter), began the class competition. The show was judged by: Ali Sharaawi (Egypt), Urs Aeschbacher (Switzerland), Marco Pittaluga (Italy) and Tom Husebye (Norway). In total there were 99 horses entered for the show (much less than a year ago) and 92 were presented.

 

Ames JR, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Ames JR, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Very much on time was the class of the yearling colts (9). The class was won with a score of 91,33 by the still progressing charge of Janusz Ryżkowski, Ames JR (Psytadel – Altara/Gazal Al Shaqab) before Michałów’s Emandenor (Emerald J – Emandilla/Om El Shahmaan, 90,67) and Edmund (Ekstern – Editha/Eden C, 90,17). Among the two year olds (7) private breeding was also on top in the shape of the chestnut Calatorio (Vitorio TO – Calatea/Ekstern), born at the stud of Marek Kondrasiuk, Mark Arabians, a full brother to the decorated Calateon, who performed later that same day at Janów. The nicely moving colt (which must be emphasized, because it was not easy to move in this heat) received 91 pts from the judges, besting Michałów’s Dastan (Equator – Dama Pik/Enzo, 90,83) and Falborek’s Empower (WH Justice – Eksterna/Ekstern), son of the auction offer Eksterna and half-brother to the shown in the senior category Emarc. Empower got 90,17 pts.

 

Calateon, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Calateon, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

The 3 year old colts class (with just 3 contestants) was won by Dong (Equator – Demeter/Wojsław) with a score of 91,33. He received especially high marks (6×19,5) for type, head and neck. This bred at Michałów colt is the son of a mare offered at this year’s sale. Behind him placed Białka’s Milian (Lawrence El Gazal – Mila/Ararat, 91,17), a big favorite of his home stud. When it came to the competition of 4-6 year old stallions (5 participants) private breeding again took over with the help of the afore mentioned Calateon, who won with a score of 92 pts, including a 20 for head and neck. Here we can disclose that this year another good-looking foal was born at Marek Kondrasiuk’s farm with the exact same pedigree. It’s very probable that we will see it on the show arenas in the future next to his older brothers. Second place in class went to Złoty Medal (QR Marc – Złota Orda/Pesal) from Michałów (91,33) and third to Janów’s Pistolero (Kahil Al Shaqab – Pinga/Gazal Al Shaqab, 91). His famous dam is a WAHO Trophy honoree for a Polish outstanding representative of the breed since that weekend.

 

Pogrom, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Pogrom, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

The oldest stallion class (5 rivals) brought a surprise in the shape of Janów’s Pomian (Gazal Al Shaqab – Pilar/Fawor) winning it before Janów’s Pogrom (QR Marc – Pętla/Visbaden), who was the decisive favorite, also as the biggest star of the jubilee stud. Seeing the senior stallions the public visibly came to life and despite the heat applauded Pomian’s movement (a 20 and 2×19,5, final score 91,33) and Pogrom himself (91,17). Pogrom, known for his moody nature and “disobedience” did not want to move as well as Pomian and that’s why he did not win the class. But the championships were open, so Friday did not determine anything. Pogrom’s moment of glory was yet to come.

Pustynia Kahila and Zagrobla connect generations

 

Emdrona, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Emdrona, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

On Saturday morning, no less hot than Friday afternoon, we welcomed the yearling fillies in two series, 8 and 9 contestants each. In the fist of them Michałów did not let go of the victory; two of their charges qualified for the finals: Emdrona (Medalion – Elgora/Poganin) – 92,17, including a 20 for type and Frazza (Vitorio TO – Foggia/Gazal Al Shaqab) – 90,83. The B series was won by a representative of private breeidng, Espaja (Aja Justified – Espanera/Kabsztad), bred and owned by Piotr Podgórny (M Arabians), who received a 20 for type and one more for head and neck. She also exhibited a beautiful trot (3×19,5) and received a final score of 92,33. Movement was also a strong point of the second in class Escotia (Ascot DD – Emancja/WH Justice) bred and owned by Stanisław Sławiński (Czeple Arabians), awarded with a 20 and 2×19,5 for this trait (final score: 91,33). Next we saw six 2 year olds from the A series and seven from the B series. Triumphant again were Michałów fillies: Emanolla (Vitorio TO – Emandoria/Gazal Al Shaqab) and Poganinka (El Omari – Pentra/Poganin). The chestnut daughter of a famous dam bewitched judges with type, as well as head and neck (one top mark for each; total score 92 pts). The other charming chestnut proved once again that she can almost glide across the arena (3×19,5 for movement, final score: 91).

 

Platyna NA, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Platyna NA, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Later private breeding took over thanks to Platyna NA (Shanghai EA – Pantera/Ekstern), bred by Alicja Najmowicz and owned by Mahomed Al Qahtani from Kuwait. And once again a Middle Eastern owner walked out on the arena for the decoration ceremony at the Polish Nationals (last year it was the owner of Fuerte). It should also be noted that no other private horse had such cheering from its owners and their friends. Second placed Pregoła (Vitorio TO – Perespa/Enzo) with the same final score as the winner – 91,17, but with lower marks for type. Her stablemate Pamina, daughter of Pogrom and Pianissima, placed third (90,00).

 

The three year old fillies class consisted of five horses and victorious was Białka’s Celita (Lawrence El Gazal – Cella/Ekstern) with a score of 92,17, before Michałów’s El Larinera (Empire – El Emeera/Ekstern) – 91,83, including a 20 for head and neck. A top mark for this trait was also awarded to the third filly in this class, Bambina (Kahil Al Shaqab – Bellisa/Poganin) from Janów Podlaski (91,5).

 

Pustynia Kahila, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Pustynia Kahila, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Traditionally the senior mares stir the biggest reactions. World Champion Pustynia Kahila (Kahil Al Shaqab – Pustynna Malwa/Ekstern) has her faithful followers cheering her on everywhere she goes. The Michałów star, performing in the A series of the 4-6 year old mares class (8 participants), received the highest score of the entire show – 93,5, including a full set of 20s for type, 2×20 for head and neck and one more for movement. There were plenty looking at her in awe and dreaming about a lease or purchase, but that seems to be out of the question for the moment. A wonderful performance was also delivered by her stablemate Parmania (Kahil Al Shaqab – Parmana/Al Maraam). Her high score of 92,5 is the result of fantastic marks for movement: 20 and 2×19,5. Parmania, harmonious, of a lovely dark bay coat color, was accompanied by a Michałów groom, successfully practicing his skills in the role of handler – Artur Łojewski.

 

Perfinka, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Perfinka, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Five minutes of fame also belonged to Białka due to Perfinka (Esparto – Perfirka/Gazal Al Shaqab), who we saw in the B series of the 4-6 year old mares class (7 participants). Her final score 92,5 consisted of 3×20: two for head and neck and one for movement. Janów’s Potentilla (Ekstern – Panonia/Eukaliptus), with 1×20 for movement (91,83) placed second. The 7-10 year old mares class (7 participants) again belonged to Michałów, because the victory went to Zigi Zana (QR Marc – Zagrobla/Monogramm) – 92,67, including 3×20: for type and two for movement – and the second spot to Emandilla (Om El Shahmaan – Espadrilla/Monogramm) – 91,5. And so the class was dominated by daughters of the famous Monogramm mares.

 

Zagrobla with Mariusz Liśkiewicz, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Zagrobla with Mariusz Liśkiewicz, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

A while later one of them, the 23 year old Zagrobla, performed in the senior mare class. It was definitely one of the most beautiful moments and one of the largest surprises of this year’s National Show. The doyenne of Polish breeding, daughter of Zguba by Enrilo in top form, closed off the lot of six mares. At this time, after a long hot day, there were few left to cheer on the horses, but even so Zagrobla was welcomed with great enthusiasm. The judges awarded her one top mark for type and one for movement – in total she received 92,83 pts, taking over Bohema (Ekstern – Bogini/Arbil), bred by Janów Podlaski and owned by PPH Parys (91,33). The appearance of Zagrobla bridged old and new times – it showed that despite historical turmoil there is a continuity of breeding and subsequent generations represent that what Polish breeding is famous for in the world: excellent type, impressive movement and undeniable charm. And genetic potential.

Michałów dominates the finals

 

Janów trophies, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Janów trophies, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

On Sunday the temperature dropped by 20 degrees and the rainy aura completely changed the mood. But maybe this year’s event was to be all about extremes.

 

The most important medals in the Junior Mare Championships went to Michałów: gold for Emdrona and silver for Emanolla, who was led onto the arena by Mariusz Liśkiewicz himself. Both fillies had the same amount of points from the judges, so the class points determined the winner. The bronze was awarded to Platyna NA to the great joy of her Kuwaiti owners. At fourth and fifth spots were Espaja and Celita. The Junior Stallion gold was again the success of Michałów – due to Dong, who beat Ames JR, with Michałów’s Dastan taking the bronze. Emandenor and Milian placed fourth and fifth. The Senior Mare Championship were again a decisive domination of Michałów, with Pustynia Kahila and Zagrobla at first and second place (Zagrobla was led also by Mariusz Liśkiewicz). Białka could be happy with a bronze medal for Perfinka. Zigi Zana and Bohema placed fourth and fifth. And finally the Senior Stallions Championship brought enthusiasts an awaited win of Pogrom, shown by Kamil Biernat. A silver for Calateon is a great success of Marek Kondrasiuk. Michałów’s Złoty Medal won the bronze (determined by class points, as he had the same score as Calateon) and Pomian had to settle for fourth place.

 

Pinga with the Annual WAHO Award, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Pinga with the Annual WAHO Award, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Soon Pogrom was chosen Best in Shown and Perfinka accepted the award for Best Movement. Pinga received the WAHO Trophy. All other awards went straight to Michałów: Best Breeder, Best Trainer for Mariusz Liśkiewicz, Best Handler for Piotr Dwojak, Best Mare and Best Head for Pustynia Kahila.

 

The owner of Platyna NA cheering on his graduate, by Krzysztof Dużyński
The owner of Platyna NA cheering on his graduate, by Krzysztof Dużyński

There were less horses in the championships than a year ago, but still a lot. Let’s take a look at the attendance at the more important championships of this year (in some cases together with foal, gelding and Liberty classes): Tulip Cup: 52, Bordeaux Arabian Masters: 47, Wels International Arabian Show: 72, Elran Arabian Cup: 68, Ströhen International B-Show: 54, Menton Arabian Horse Championship: 81, Chantilly World Cup: 54, Chantilly European Breeder’s Championship: 75.

 

Stumbling blocks

 

Janów trophies, by Krzysztof Dużyński
Janów trophies, by Krzysztof Dużyński

It seems that we have to get used to the fact that our recent national pride (Arabian horses) stopped being a pride to certain group of people – although it is the same group of horses. It is difficult to distinguish where those people are eagerly awaiting organizing mistakes and where they are provoking unfavorable situations for the event. This leads to one conclusion: it’s not about horses or concern about breeding, but a fight for lost power. “What has happened with Arabian horses in Poland is unfortunately our country in a nutshell”, said Anna Stojanowska (formerly of the Agricultural Property Agency) to money.pl portal and it is difficult not to agree with this. Also in other fields – almost all – there is a ruthless fight to get everything as it was before the last presidential and parliamentary election (2015) that have changed the political scene in Poland.

 

Two weeks before the National Show its organization was endangered, as the draft list of competing horses was leaked online. All who had a chance to see it realized that it was not a file ready for any publication, but waiting for correction (for example one of the fillies was placed among colts). How did it manage to find itself on of the subpages of the Pride of Poland website? The administrators of the website – Poznań International Fair – participated in the championships already for the second time, so they knew that the list cannot see daylight until a day before the show. As a result of carelessness or bad will (last year the Pride of Poland website was hacked) the entries had to be annulled and collected again, which greatly delayed work on the championship catalogue. In the end the catalogue was printed on time, but there was a lot of confusion and bad emotions.

 

Wainting for the verdict, by Krzysztof Dużyński
Wainting for the verdict, by Krzysztof Dużyński

Bad press was also heated by “fake news”. In case of the Pride of Poland the main fake news circulated first by “Świat koni” and later by other “friendly” media was the alleged plan to sell Pinga as Lot 0. The bogus info was probably a continuation of last year’s hysteria associated with the delayed return of the mare from her lease. However despite all efforts the spread of the news was limited to media owned by Verlagsgruppe Passau.

 

Later we witnessed a comedy regarding free passes called “invitations for honor guests”. The loudest were: a person representing a non-existing (since several years) magazine and seller of horse cosmetics… And the hostility of real media towards the Pride of Poland event truly surprised people from abroad following this situation. It was difficult for them to understand why Polish media are trying to destroy a signature event of Poland. Perhaps an answer to this question comes from many year French correspondent in Poland Bernard Marguerite, who told the weekly “Do Rzeczy” that “the media are more and more often becoming only a tool in the information war”.

Failure of the auction. Lots of guests, few buyers

 

The guests from China, by Krzysztof Dużyński
The guests from China, by Krzysztof Dużyński

There was no lack of people from the industry at Janów. There was the owner of Al Baydaa Stud from Egypt, Ahmed El Talawy, current lessee of Galerida; there was also Sheikh Hamad Bin Ali Al Thani representing Al Shaqab Stud from Qatar. There was the long time cooperating with Polish breeders Christine Jamar from Belgium (Jadem Arabians). There were also the long awaited guests from China. The organizers stated that 30 people registered for the sale (44 last year, which shows a drop by 30%). The best clients were buyers from Romania, who last year made successful purchases and returned to the sale this year to buy. Who was missing apart from Mrs. Shirley Watts? Very noticeable was the absence of Tomasz Tarczyński and his Iranian group, rather active during previous sales.

 

The bidding, unlike other parts of the program, began with a half hour delay. Perhaps it was due to final testing of the electronic bidding system, which technically worked seamlessly. But already during the first horse it turned out that electronics slow down and “dehumanize” the bidding process. Increments of two thousand Euro in case of a horse that achieves over a 100 is a true lesson in patience. What’s worst is that the prolonged biddings most often did not lead to selling – either way the horse returned to the stable without achieving its reserve price. After two hours we were only in the middle of a drowsy auction with no end in sight… After more than four hours only six horses were sold. The lack of spotters in the ring, which have direct eye contact with the clients, did not help. The auctioneer, Michał Romanowski, did not see the faces and could not read their intentions – for him these people were just numbers. The bidding was therefore mechanical, without any emotions. In short, instead of fun there was boredom and finally torment of the guests, eagerly awaiting the auction’s end.

 

Everything shows that the valuation of the horses failed, just like last year. If we’re not offering huge stars, but decent broodmares, then the prices must be adequate. Not accepting some of the offers must have caused a surprise.

 

Gerda, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Gerda, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

It all began rather well, because Gerda from Michałów, offered as Lot 1, was sold for 36 thousand Euro to Al Baydaa Stud. However the second in line, Janów’s Etira, walked off the arena unsold, although the bidding for her, step by step, reached 45 thousand Euro. This cooled off the natural emotions accompanying the beginning of the sale and caused consternation among the buyers. The mare, apart from one medal from St. Petersburg, cannot boast more show successes or any breeding achievements. As a daughter of Etnologia she definitely has a huge breeding potential, but cannot be considered a star. It seems that this mistake was costly, because that is the moment when the event came to a halt. There were no buyers for Psyche Victoria from Chrcynno and the owners’ expectations were high – the auctioneer started off from 100 thousand Euro.

 

Anawera, by Krzysztof Dużyński
Anawera, by Krzysztof Dużyński

With Anawera (Lot 4), a five year old show mare who already has one filly on the ground and is in foal to World Champion EKS Alihandro, the bidding slowly took off – and after a long and tedious road to success achieved 110 thousand Euro. The price was offered by guests from Romania. Unfortunately there was only one buyer interested in Michałów’s Laranda (Lot 6), so he would have had to bid against himself. In previous years there would probably have been an “anonymous buyer” from Down Under to bid over the phone. But this way the 50 thousand Euro was too low to have the horse change owners. The buyer wanted to negotiate after the sale, but the president of Michałów Stud decided to offer her at a different time. Falborek’s Eksterna (Lot 7) returned to the stables unsold; while El Dorella found a buyer from Sweden for 47 thousand Euro.

 

Prunella, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Prunella, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Then came out Prunella – and it was her who became the auction’s record seller, although this record is “just” 150 thousand Euro. Her bidding was not fierce, rather weary – a characteristic of the electronic system – but she did reach a reserve price. Prunella went to Suweco Stud of Nina Suskevicova of the Czech Republic. Is such a price for a three year old show champion high or low? At a recent auction organized by Giacomo Capacci in Villa Passerini near Cortona (Italy) the highest price was also 150 thousand Euro, offered by buyers from Israel for this year’s Reserve Champion from Scottsdale and Las Vegas, Arwa Aljassimya.

 

The auction continued and subsequent mares left the arena unsold. Only Pianissima’s granddaughter Pimenta was purchased for 42 thousand Euro (Great Britain) and the granddaughter of Pipi, Polana, achieved 25 thousand Euro. That was the end of any selling during the Pride of Poland 2017.

 

Elgazonda, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Elgazonda, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Some of the buyers set their minds of purchases at the Monday Summer Sale. But even then the interest was lower than expected – only 8 of the 29 offered horses were sold. After the sale Białka closed off on two transactions, thanks to which three horses will go to China – Janów’s Alsara and Białka’s Peluza and Emrisa. The highest sold horse at the Monday sale was Michałów’s Elgazonda (29 thousand Euro), won by Christine Jamar from Belgium. Two other Michałów horses (El Empiria, 23 thousand, and Zenga, 15 thousand) will go to Romania. The most touching moment was when for 12 thousand Euro Mrs. Anna Janas-Naze purchased Białka’s Hulina. The Polish breeder did not conceal her happiness. “My horse life has turned full circe”, she wrote on Facebook. “We welcome Hulina to our family, from the damline of my beloved late Herold!”. Such moments show that this “fun” can have a deeper sense.

 

Hulina and her new owner, Anna Janas-Naze, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda
Hulina and her new owner, Anna Janas-Naze, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

And so the highest amount from selling horses was collected by Janów Stud (Prunella and Anawera are this year’s record holders; in all Janów sold 5 horses). The most horses were sold by Michałów (seven). Białka found buyers for 3 horses among the five offered. The least successful were the private breeders – only one horse changed owners, for the lowest price of both sales (Echo Bey Karima, 5 thousand Euro).

 

Efficiency suffered due to transparency

 

Pride of Poland preview, by Krzysztof Dużyński
Pride of Poland preview, by Krzysztof Dużyński

It is difficult to not ask why despite an intensive and properly aimed promotion potential buyers did not come to Janów? Definitely a result of “bad press” that could scare off those less resistant or calling for boycott. Scaring clients with a prosecutor is also not a good way of promoting Polish breeding. At least we were spared the exalted claims of “saving horses”… Either way it seems that the most that suffered were the private breeders, though it is not their war. Similar to the play of Max Frisch “The Arsonists” (1953) – a capable businessman living in a city full of arsonists believes that being nice will spare him trouble. He is disillusioned in the fire, but then it is too late…

 

But the list of causes of the failure of this year’s auction is longer and they are not just inner reasons. There are competitive auctions, saturation of the market (Middle Eastern studs such as Al Shaqab once came for breeding material to Poland, now they organize auctions themselves with hundreds of horses); the spread of embryotransfer due to which there are several foals from one superb mare per year.

 

The acutioneer Michał Romanowski, by Monika Luft
The acutioneer Michał Romanowski, by Monika Luft

There are several conclusions. First of all, a fear of accusations of selling out the most valuable breeding material stood in the way of the auction offer being more attractive. There were too few magnets on the list to stimulate the imagination of buyers. Conservative decisions did not bring success, especially since it would be best to counteract the intimidating of buyers by giving them an offer to fight for.

 

Second, the passivity in defending last year’s sale, which was not a failure, took its revenge. Its result placed it in the middle of the table. But the opponents of the event not only imposed their narration but also caused guilt in the organizers due to alleged violations, still under investigation by the prosecutor as notified by the “total opposition” and former president of Janów Podlaski, Marek Trela. Telling the public opinion that there was a crime (when in fact there was not) is sawing the branch you’re sitting on. Undermining the integrity of the auctioneer from a year ago also did nothing positive for the sale. The auction is an element for the brave. This courage was not here – and that’s how the one of its kind innovative bidding system came to be. It provided transparency of the auction, killing off all spontaneity, bidding speed and atmosphere of this event. You don’t need to have foresight to know these machines will be gone next year. As farrier Radosław Mojsym said in an interview for “Duży Format” (Gazeta Wyborcza): “This business has its cheats. Horses at markets will always be sold before dawn”. Transparency is a great virtue, but when you sell dreams – and that’s what it’s all about – the machine will not replace a person who knows his job.

 

Despite many adversities the organizers owe the failure also to themselves. It’s not enough to set up glamorous tents, the buyers should be cared for. If this is not taken care of, then you are working against yourself. Surprising is the wide smile of former Michałów director Jerzy Białobok (although he did not win Anawera), who after the auction appeared to be the happiest person in the room. He immediately walked towards the team of TVN, known for “cheering on” the Pride of Poland. Because he is also sitting in this wobbly boat of the Arabian business. The boat has not yet sunken, but has taken on a lot of water.

 

As we found out next year we can expect even five different auctions in Poland (two state stud and three private ones). So if there will be no auto reflection then the situation can become even more complicated, for all participants of this war. A collective suicide of the entire industry will take its toll also on the “trolls”, though none of them has their own horses.

And what conclusions will the Pride of Poland organizers draw from this year’s failure? We will see in a year’s time.

Auction results
(Net prices in Euro)
 
Pride of Poland 2017
(24 offered mares and 1 stallion)

 

Prunella 150 thousand Czech Republic
Anawera 110 thousand Romania
El Dorella 47 thousand Sweden
Pimenta 42 thousand Great Britain
Gerda 36 thousand Egypt
Polana 25 thousand Poland

 

Summer Sale 2017
(29 offered mares)

 

Elgazonda 29 thousand Belgium
Demeter 23 thousand Namibia
El Empiria 23 thousand Romania
Fermata 22 thousand UAE
Alsara 15 thousand China
Zenga 15 thousand Romania
Hulina 12 thousand Poland
Echo Bey Karima 5 thousand Poland

Europia sold after the sale for an undisclosed sum to Romania
Peluza sold after the sale for an undisclosed sum to China
Emrisa sold after the sale for an undisclosed sum to China

 

 

Polish Nationals results
 
Male Senior Championship
Pogrom (QR Marc – Pętla/Visbaden), br/o. Janów Podlaski Stud – Best in Show
Calateon (Vitorio TO – Calatea/Ekstern), br/o. Marek Kondrasiuk (Mark Arabians)
Złoty Medal (QR Marc – Złota Orda/Pesal), br/o. Michałów Stud
 
Female Senior Championship
Pustynia Kahila (Kahil Al Shaqab – Pustynna Malwa/Ekstern), br/o. Michałów Stud
Zagrobla (Monogramm – Zguba/Enrilo), br/o. Michałów Stud
Perfinka (Esparto – Perfirka/Gazal Al Shaqab), br/o. Małopolska Hodowla Roślin/ Białka Stud
 
Male Junior Championship
Dong (Equator – Demeter/Wojsław), br/o. Michałów Stud
Ames JR (Psytadel – Altara/Gazal Al Shaqab), br/o. Janusz Ryżkowski
Dastan (Equator – Dama Pik/Enzo), br/o. Michałów Stud
 
Female Junior Championship
Emdrona (Medalion – Elgora/Poganin), br/o. Michałów Stud
Emanolla (Vitorio TO – Emandoria/Gazal Al Shaqab), br/o. Michałów Stud
Platyna NA (Shanghai EA – Pantera/Ekstern), br. Alicja Najmowicz, o. Mahomed Al Qahtani (Kuwait)
 
WAHO Annual Trophy
Pinga (Gazal Al Shaqab – Pilar/Fawor), br/o. Janów Podlaski Stud

 

Arabian Essence: Detailed Polish Championships results

Results on ECAHO website

Photo gallery of the finalists, by Ewa Imielska-Hebda

Gossip column

 

PDF version of the Polish Nationals article and photo galleries from Open Days in Michałów and Białka»

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