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Patron Honorowy: Jacek M. Majchrowski, President of the city of Cracow,
Wojciech Grochowalski


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Opiekun: Volunteer Cavalry Squadron in colours of 1st Light Cavalrymen Regiment of Józef Piłsudski.

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.

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“A reader, if you agree with me that only two professions existing in the world are suitable for a liberated and independent man, namely the professions of a poet and a cavalryman (and all the worse for you if you do not agree with this statement since this proves you are ni l’un ni l’autre, however you are an old and bald grumbler, even if you are twenty years old, with pretensions to be a senior tax adviser or at all a bank collector, or – worse still – you are a so called matron that defends her daughters’ virtue against uhlan’s lyrical charm or poet’s insatiable acquisitiveness, fortunately usually in vain) – well, if you can afford it to agree with me, then, in consequence, you cannot deny that a romanticism spirit, before it snatched at a winged poets phalanx of the early nineteenth century, found its first confessors within a cavalry, as apostles of his uncontrollable impetus to be an earthshaker and its love of unusual and fantastic acts unimaginable for common people – nay – breaking laws of nature.”

Source: Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski in the introduction to his book “General Lasalle” (1931) – Dupont Marcel.

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Prof. Jacek Majchrowski, in his book entitled “Caesar’s favourite” (1990, Ossolineum publishing house), passing for the best biography of Wieniawa-Długoszowski, wrote about the General as follows:
Doubtless, Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski’s life was varied and eventful enough to share with several biographies.

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To sum up Wieniawa’s biography and profile, we can do this with one of his collaborators’ words.
Antoni Mańkowski called him “an intelligent man, educated in every respect, of varied interests, noble, chivalric… grown out from a child on old traditions of Polish noble family. A man combining in himself all soldierly attributes, soldier-fashion hard and lenient, a believing Christian against wide-spread opinions, a great-hearted person, a good man unmitigatedly” (A. Mańkowski, Wołodyjowski, „Nowy Świat”, 23 VIII 1942).
I am at one with this opinion in fullness.

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Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski died in New York on 01 July 1942 aged 61. He was buried at Rakowicki Cemetery in Cracow (a quarter PAS 50-3-13-Legions’ Square).


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„Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski − poezja, szabla i wódka” [link] (2012) – Paweł Rzewuski

„Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski. Literat, ułan, dyplomata”. (2009) – Beata Kapustka

„Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski – pierwszy ułan II Rzeczypospolitej” (2009) – Jan Rećko

„Pierwsza Kompania Kadrowa. Portret oddziału.” (2002) – Jacek Majchrowski

„Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski. Pierwszy ułan Drugiej Rzeczypospolitej” (1994) | FILM

„Powrót Wieniawy” (1990) | FILM

„Ulubieniec Cezara. Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski.” (1990) – Jacek Majchrowski

„Wstęp do księgi jazdy polskiej” (1938) – Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski

„Wzruszenia krakowskie” (1933) – Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski

„Wódz naczelny i kawalerja 1-ej brygady legjonów” (1933) – Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski

„Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski przyjął nominację na prezydenta RP”



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Patron Honorowy: Stowarzyszenie Klub Jeździecki Legia-Kozielska

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Opiekun: Rodzina Mariana Kozickiego

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.

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He was born on 05 April 1941 in Brody Poznańskie, Lwówek district, Poznań voivodship. His father: Stanisław. His mother: Cecylia Batura from home. His daughters: Anna and Katarzyna. His wife: Barbara Rutkowska from home. A graduate of an industrial school. Chief master ensign of Polish Army. A competitor at the Stud Farm in Posadowo, the Stallion Depot in Sieraków Wielkopolski, Popular Sports Association ‘Cwał’ in Poznań, Central Military Sports and Athletics Club ‘Legia’.

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In 1966, he won Grand Prix at CHIO in Olsztyn on Berry. In closing his career, he won Grand Prix on Festyn during official CHIO competitions in Sopot in June 1988.

“I owe horses all my life, i.e. the life of a rider and a man” – said Marian Kozicki in June 1999 in Warsaw. “The horses decided about the fact that after ending my career as a competitor and leaving Polish Army I moved to Germany for 18 years’ contract.

He touched horses for the first time at the Stud Farm in Posadowo where his father was a manager of a seed farm. He exercised with a riding instructor Franciszek Głowacz that earlier as a cavalryman (Cavalry Brigade of Great Poland) had fought in 1939 with German invaders.

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Patron Honorowy: Polish Union of English Thoroughbreds Breeders

Mecenas: Katarzyna & Marcin Konarscy

Opiekun:  LKS Stragona Strzegom

„The great successes of Polish equestrianism, world championships, Olympic medals … all this would not be possible without a wide base of conditions such as breeding, tradition, sports and equestrian clubs, and above all people who, thanks to their knowledge and passion, devoted all their life.”

Tomasz Konarski


Grzegorz Konarski was a director of Strzegom Stud Farm for many years. Maria Konarska was the main breeder therein.

Grzegorz Konarski was a founder, a creator of the first successes and many years’ president of the Equestrian Club Stragona Strzegom.

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Grzegorz Konarski was born on 16 April 1942 in Kluczewsko in Włoszczowa district, at Konarski’s family property.

His family was connected with land for generations. Grzegorz’s grandfather, Maksymilian Konarski, was born in 1876. He had agricultural university education, managed the estate between 1900 and 1937, made a contribution to the commune development, founded a mill on Czarna river, was a communal judge, a founder of a Grange, a Fire-Brigade and a Savings and Loan Company in Kluczewsko. Besides, he was a member of a district council, Agricultural Association of Kielce and a church supervision. They had three children: Stanisław, Krystyna and Andrzej.

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Author: Artur Bober on the basis of his conversation with Grzegorz Konarski.

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Maria Konarska, from home Moraczewska, was born in 1946 at Piotrkowska street in Łódź. Her mother had a dress and elegant clothes studio over there and a flat upstairs. Maria lived there a short time because her parents moved a year later to Odolańska street in Warsaw and she spent her childhood in this place. She keeps in mind her childhood as very happy despite many tragic events that happened to her family.

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Author: Leszek Karpina on the basis of his conversation with Maria Konarska.

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Honorary Patron: Polish Union of English Thoroughbreds Breeders

Sponsor: The Polish Jockey Club

“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.

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Eng. LECH STRZAŁKOWSKI devoted all his life to work with horses.

He was born on 17 March 1923 in Kamień Koszyrski within the family of a teacher Antoni Strzałkowski and Jadwiga Wolska from home. He stayed with his family at Polesia until February 1940 when soviet authorities taken Strzałkowski’s family away to northern Kazakhstan. In 1941, they got through Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan and then, in 1942, together with Polish Army organized in USSR under Gen. Władysław Anders’s command, through Caspian Sea to Teheran in Iran. In 1943, Polish civil families were transported to India, to a camp for Polish refugees. Over there, Lech Strzałkowski stayed until 1947 (Karachi, Kalhapur). In June 1947, he returned to Poland, to Warsaw. In 1951, Lech Strzałkowski finished his education at the high school named after Adam Mickiewicz in Warsaw and passed his high school finals while obtaining General Certificate of Education. In the same year, he started studying at the Zootechnic Faculty of Main School of Farming in Warsaw where he graduated as a livestock specialist engineer on 25 March 1955.

Since 01 February 1955, after he received a work order (by medium of inspector Bolesław Orłoś), he started working at Państwowe Tory Wyścigów Konnych (Jockey Club) in Warsaw, then in Wrocław and again in Warsaw. He used to work there until 01 October 1959.

On 01 October 1959, he started working at National Studs as follows: Within 1959-1961 at Pruchna-Ochaby National Stud (French Anglo-Arabs), 1961-1963 Trzebienice-Udórz National Stud (horses of Little-Poland type), 1963-1969 Stubno National Stud (Furioso-Przedświt type), 1969-1980 Pruchna-Ochaby National Stud, 1980-1982 Walewice National Stud (Anglo-Arabs), 1982-2006 Stubno National Stud (English Thoroughbred) that was privatized on 29 April 2003.

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Author: Lesław Kukawski

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Honorary Patron: Polski Związek Jeździecki

Sponsor: Wydawnictwo Galaktyka

Guardians: Wojciech Mickunas’s immediate family

A rider. A participant of Olympic Games (Munich 1972 – groom Paweł Wierzbicki, 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.

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He was born on 16 March 1947 in Sompolno near Koło as a son of Jan (a major, an esteemed trainer) and Janina Budziński. Ha was a graduate of First General Secondary School named after K. Marcinkowski in Poznań (1964) and the local Agricultural Academy (Zootechnic Faculty, 1968), and Academy of Physical Education (1978) as a Master of Science in physical education (professional qualification: sport); he was a competitor (178 cm, 70 kg) and Three Days’ Event specialist: Chyszów Stud Farm, near Tarnów (1960-1962), Equestrian Centre in Poznań 1962-1969), LZS Racot (1970-1973) and Legia (Stara Miłosna) (1973-1976). He made his debut (1961) at competition in Łąck on the mare Hersylia. Then, he moved together with his parents to the centre at Wola in Poznań wherein he developed his talent under his father’s leadership. Once, his father wrote that Wojciech was “brave, resistant and deft”.

The leading Polish rider (1965-1972) specializing in Three Days’ Event but starting in dressage, too. Champion of Poland in Three Days’ Event twice (1969, 1972); a runner-up twice: in dressage (1968) and in Three Days’ Event (1968); a quadruple II vice-champion of Poland: in Three Days’ Event (1965, 1970, 1971) and dressage (1969) on: Zawrat, Dżemila (4 medals), Giecz and Armator. He started unsuccessfully at European Championships (1967, 1969, 1973) on Dżemila, Dźwięk and Dariusz.

Upon termination of his career as a competitor, he started working as an equestrian trainer and populariser, among others at LKS Hubertus in Biały Bór (1976-1977), Lumal Three Days’ Event Section in Zielona Góra (with its seat in Drzonków) 1978-1983, and also, he was a trainer of Polish Three Days’ Event Team that was placed fourth at Olympic Games in Seoul (1988). Stanisław Jasiński (from Stara Miłosna) is Mickunas’s pupil. A Sport Champion. He is married (Zofia) and has two daughters: Barbara (1971) and Bogna (1972).

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„Mistrzostwa Polski w WKKW i CCI, Jaroszówka 1984” (1984) – Wojciech Mickunas

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„Polskie WKKW w drodze do Los Angeles” (1983) – Wojciech Mickunas

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„Mistrzostwa Polski w WKKW” (1979) – Wojciech Mickunas

„Jeździeckie Mistrzostwa Polski WKKW w 1972 r.” (1973) – Jan Mossakowski

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Honorary Patron: Museum of Independence in Warsaw

Sponsor: Polish Horse Breeders Association, Władysław Brejta

Guardians: Łukasz Schuch, Agnieszka Bojanowska

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”.

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He was born on 12 March 1892 in Warsaw within the family much-deserved for Poland and its capital. He was a child of a big city. So, from whence was his life-affecting passion for horses he came to love from childhood and then came to know their breeding thoroughly and so permanently that he devoted his long life to them.
Warsaw at the end of nineteenth century – the world of Stanisław’s childhood – the beautiful Trakt Królewski, and particularly Aleje Ujazdowskie, the famous promenade in Warsaw of that time, equipages with elegant horses, equestriennes and riders – all of them fascinated the child’s mind.


Pole Mokotowskie – 1899. His father took seven-year Stanisław to the racecourse for the first time. This event has exerted a huge influence on the child’s mind; the boy started being passionate of racehorses at first and then people, trainers and all things related to horse; he can still hear and see something new! He made every effort to visit racecourses and then observe morning gallops and penetrate secrets of horse training.
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On 05 March 1982, aged 90, Eng. Stanisław Schuch MSc died. He was a former Chief of Horse Breeding Department at Agriculture Ministry and the main co-originator of horse breeding in Poland after the World War I and II.


He was honoured with the Order of Polonia Restituta Fourth Class, the Officer’s Cross, and Fifth Class, the Knight’s Cross, as well as with many other distinctions.


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Author: Adam Sosnowski


Stanisław Schuch died on 05 March 1982 aged 90. He was buried at the Evangelical cemetery in Warsaw.


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Honorary Patron: Muzeum Łowiectwa i Jeździectwa, Łazienki Królewskie

Sponsor: Patrycja i Rafał Wojtacha

Guardians: Rodzina i spadkobiercy Zbigniewa Prus-Niewiadomskiego,
Polskie Towarzystwo Powozowe

A soldier of 1st Light Cavalrymen Regiment, AK. A participant of Warsaw Uprising and ‘Storm Operation’, an initiator of rebirth of the carriage sport and long-distance rides in Poland. An outstanding expert of driving competition.

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Born in Warsaw on 01 January 1922.

A well-deserved activist of Polish Equestrian Association, an initiator of rebirth of the carriage sport and long-distance rides in Poland, a judge of Polish Equestrian Association.

An outstanding expert of carriage history, a consultant of Horse Carriage Department at the Museum in Łańcut and Hunting and Horse-Riding Museum at Łazienki, the author of fundamental elaborations on ancient horse carrieges in Poland, a journalist for ‘Stolica’, ‘Koń Polski’ and many others magazines.

A member of cultural-scientific and combatant associations, among others Home Army Soldiers’ Association, Old Weapon and Colours Association, Polish Heraldic Association.

Honoured with: Cross of Valour, Polish Partisan Cross, Home Army Cross, Warsaw Uprising Cross, Gold Mark of Distinction of Polish Equestrian Association and the mark of distinction for a Derived Culture and Physical Education Activist.

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Author: Andrzej Novak-Zempliński


Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski died on 08 November 1997 aged 75. He was buried at Powązki cemetery in Warsaw (59-3-1 quarter).


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