Wprowadzone przez Artur Bober

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.

Marian Kozicki

A silver medallist of Olympic Games Moscow 1980 A quadruple participant of Olympic Games. Gold, silver (twice) and bronze (twice) medallist of Championship of Poland in show jumping.

Strzegom Stud Farm

The first mares xx came to the stud farm in 1956. The facility Żółkiewka was adapted for them. In 1972, the stud farm had already 75 mares xx and a department Skarżyce was brought into operation.

Maria & Grzegorz Konarscy

Horse breeders. Grzegorz Konarski (the director) and Maria Konarska (the main breeder) have been working at Strzegom Stud Farm for many years. Grzegorz Konarski is a founder and one of creators of the Equestrian Club Stragona Strzegom.


A pearl of Widzów Stud Farm Dżamajka is the first mare in the post-war history of Polish racing that won the Triple Crown (Ruler’s – Derby – St. Leger).

Lech Strzałkowski

“A child and a wanderer” of Gen. Anders. An outstanding breeder of racehorses and sports horses. A rider and a horse expert. Since 1959, he worked at Ochaby Stud Farm and then at Stubno Stud Farm and Walewice Stud Farm. A participant of races in Warsaw, Sopot and Pardubice.

Wojciech Mickunas

A rider. A participant of Olympic Games (Munich 1972, Seoul 1988 – as a team coach – placed fourth), a multiple medallist of Championships of Poland, a triple participant of European Three Days’ Event Championships. A journalist and an excellent bard.

Stanisław Schuch

Polish hippologist, an excellent exterior expert and a racing organizer. Co-originator of horse breeding in Poland after the World War I and II. He has written (together with W. Pruski and J. Grabowski) the Vol. II of the manual entitled “Horse breeding”.