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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.

You can find the whole article and other sources at Polish Digital Equestrian Library (click)

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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„Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski” (2021) – Hanna Polańska

„In memoriam – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski” (1997) – Andrzej Novak-Zempliński

„Karety, Bryczki i uprzęże” (1995) – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski

„Słownik terminologiczny zabytków Z. 2 Zaprzęgi Konne” (1989) – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski

„Style zaprzęgów konnych, styl bałagulski” (1983) – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski

„Style zaprzęgów konnych, styl krakowski” (1983) – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski

„Style zaprzęgów konnych, styl węgierski” (1982) – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski

„Style zaprzęgów konnych, styl angielski” (1981) – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski

„Pojazd konny na znaczkach pocztowych” (1966) – Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski


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ZBIGNIEW PRUS-NIEWIADOMSKI CARRIAGE HOUSE

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Guardians: Rodzina Marka Zaleskiego

A rider, a breeder, a trainer, an activist of Polish Equestrian Association. One of architects of Polish driving legend.

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He was born in Łódź on 12 May 1950 and died on 03 July 2021 in Poznań. He was buried at a cemetery in Warsaw.

Read the first part of biography of Marek Zaleski who, together with Kazimierz Stawiński (Starogard Gdański Stallion Depot) Czesław Matławski (Gniezno Stallion Depot), Andrzej Osadziński (Bogusławice Stallion Depot), Tadeusz Czermiński (Sieraków Stallion Depot), Zbigniew Dąbrowski (Książ Stallion Depot), Zbigniew Markowiecz (Starogard Gdański Stallion Depot), was a continuer of Polish horse driving successes:

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“His father: Wacław. His mother: Hanna Zielińska from home. His wife: Renata Dziurla from home. He was a graduate of Main School of Planning & Statistics and of Agricultural Academy in Lublin.

Riding was ancestral. Hid grandfather Kazimierz Zaleski worked at Służewiec Racecourse. His father Wacław Zaleski, a knight of the Virtuti Militari, was a rider, an officer of the 1st Regiment of Mounted Rifleman.
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You can find the whole article and other sources at Polish Digital Equestrian Library (click)

Authors: Witold Duński, Stefan Kęszycki
Author of photos: Piotr Czyrwik

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„Marek Zaleski” (2012) – Witold Duński

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