Equestrian sports and 150 years of horse breeding in Janów Podlaski.
Jeżdziectwo = Equestrian sports.
Ujeżdżenie = Breaking in (Teaching young horses to obey).
Wyścigi płaskie = Flat races (Racing on flat ground with no jumps).
Skoki = Show-jumps (Racing on flat ground with jumps).
Cross (=English) meaning: cross-country equestrian jumping.
Wyścigi kłusaków = Trot races (A trot is a fairly quick movement of a horse in which a front foot and the opposite back foot move as a pair).
Og(ier) Ofir = Stallion Ophir.
Og(ier) Skowronek = Stallion Lark.
Janów Podlaski 1817-1967 = Janów Podlaski 1817-1967.
Janów Podlaski is a town in East-Poland near the Belarus border with Poland's most famous stud farm, specialising in the rearing of thoroughbred Arab horses. It was established by Czar Alexander I in 1817.
A stallion is an ungelded male horse after reaching the age of sexual maturity, usually between two and three years of age who can be used for breeding.
The official web page of Janów Podlaski Stud (www.janow.arabians.pl)
Cross-country equestrian jumping
Fischer 1592 and 1599 FDC