Wprowadzone przez Artur Bober

Robert Woronowicz

Officer of Polish Army, speciality – the representative cavalry. Cavalry Training Instructor. Riding instructor of Polish Equestrian Association and physical recreation instructor with a speciality of riding. Founder and trainer of Volunteer Cavalry since 1993

Wiesław Dziadczyk

II Vice-Champion of Poland in show jumping. A trainer in the stud farms Kozienice, Klikowa and Pruchna. A rider who jumped an obstacle “wall” 2.20 m on the mare Via Vitae. To this day, this record of height on this type of obstacle is not beaten in Poland.

Sport & Turism Museum in Warsaw

On 27th October 1952, the Sport Museum was established. It resembles the history of Polish sport and Olympic ideas, conducts education, has rich photographic collections and a library. 

Urszula i Jerzy Białobokowie

Outstanding breeders of Polish Arabs. During their operation, Michałów Stud Farm received the Prize of President of the Republic of Poland from Aleksander Kwaśniewski (2001).

Jerzy Iwanowski

A soldier, a cavalryman, an officer of the 1st Armoured Division commanded by Gen. Maczek. A creator of a Lipizza Horses riding school in Johannesburg.

Marian Kowalczyk

Son of a cavalryman, a soldier from 25th Regiment of Uhlans of Great Poland. 13 times medallist of Championships of Poland in dressage and show jumping. The first Pole who prepared a horse for competitions of Grand Prix class. A coach of Polish Olympic Team for Olympic Games Moscow 1980 that won a gold medal (individually) and a silver medal (as a team). A graduate of Coach Study Centre at Academy of Physical Education in Poznań.

Stanisław Ledóchowski

A critic, a scenographer, a journalist, an author of verses, A custodian of memory about 1st Light Cavalry Regiment of J. Piłsudski at Romanticism Museum in Opinogóra. A laureate of the prize of Zygmunt Krasiński’s name. Well-deserved for Polish culture.

Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski

The first Uhlan of II Republic of Poland. A doctor, a poet, a polyglot, a cavalryman, Józef Piłsudski’s adjutant. Polish Army General. An ambassador of Republic of Poland in Rome. He died tragically in New York. His bones were sepulchred at Rakowicki Cemetery in Cracow.