The list of horses for the Janów Podlaski Sale announced


Author: | Added: 2019-04-05


Nine mares from Janów Podlaski, six from Michałów – and two embryos – and one mare from Białka: this is the offer of the state studs for the Janów Podlaski main sale, Pride of Poland 2019 (August 11th).


The list has been announced today at the press conference held at the Polish Press Agency (PAP) head office in Warsaw. Present were the minister of agriculture Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, the president of the Polish Jockey Club Tomasz Chalimoniuk and the acting directors of Janów and Michałów studs – Grzegorz Czochański and Monika Słowik.


Lista koni na aukcję główną
Between the mares that will be offered at the 50th jubilee Janów Sale we find the Janów-bred Primera (Eden C – Preria/Ararat), European Silver Champion Mare 2013 and Aachen Junior Champion Mare 2012; and Michałów’s multi champion Galerida (Shanghai EA – Galilea/Laheeb). At the auction the gens of other Michałów’s stars will be represented: those of Emandoria (Gazal Al Shaqab – Emanda/Ecaho) and Pustynia Kahila (Kahil Al Shaqab – Pustynna Malwa/Ekstern), through the embryos Emandoria x Alexxanderr and Pustynia Kahila x RFI Farid. The Emandoria daughter Emanolla (by Vitorio TO), Gold Junior Polish National Champion Mare 2018 and Al Khalediah European Arabian Horse Festival Bronze Champion Junior Mare 2018 will be offered as well. Janów Podlaski decided to offer the Pianissima’s daughter Pianova (by Eden C). The oldest mare on the list is the 11 year old Pustynna Malwa (Ekstern – Pustynna Róża/Emigrant), the dam of Pustynia Kahila. The youngest is the two-year-old El Gotta (Ascot DD – El Mediara/Eryks). The mare Anawera (Piaff – Altamira/Ekstern), that had not been picked up after the 2017 Pride of Poland Sale, is on the list as well.


Lista koni na Summer Sale
You can find the whole list - for the main auction and the Summer Sale - on the pictures attached.


As we can see, the state studs offer a strong group of mares; they also trade with the embryos again.


We still wait for the names of private-bred horses. Their list has not been closed yet.