Baner

  • Polish 

 HISTORY OF THE AUCTION

The Polish Purebred Arabian horses are placed in the world"s most forefront for years, while Pure Polish brand is the byword of the highest quality among the breeders all over the world. In 1864 sultan Abdul Aziz, establishing his own bloodstock, imported 90 mares and two stallions from Branicki"s studs. In 1908 stallion Van Dyck was sold to Spain and along with stallion Ursus, imported later on, has been placed in the pedigrees of the majority of Arabians bred over there. In 1913 famous Polish stallion Skowronek was imported into the Great Britain and in 1920 entered Lady Wentworth"s stud in Crabbet Park establishing the foundation of that breeding. 

The first sale to the USA took a place in 1937, when general Dickinson purchased 6 mares, including 4 from Janów Podlaski. Next year apart from general, who purchased another 5 horses himself, also new American breeder Mr Henry Babson came to Janów Podlaski and bought 5 horses as well.

The Second World War turned this promising beginning of the export sales to the USA in vain. In order to resume the sales abroad Poland has been waiting until 1958 when Mrs. Patricia Lindsay came over to Janów Podlaski. Out of 5 mares purchased by her Celina and Karramba, within a short time, have been awarded champion titles during shows in England. Ms Lindsay, fascinated with the Polish breeding, learned Polish and became a frequent visitor in Poland. Both her visits and the fame of the horses she bought resulted in 

1960 in a trip of a group of the clients from the USA who bought 8 horses.

The dynamic sale development has been seen when only next year 16 horses were sold to the USA, while 43 in 1963. Increased interest in the Polish breeding all over the world, proven by the great number of visitors present during the celebration of the 150-year anniversary of Janów Podlaski Stud, as well as the sale of imported formerly from Poland stallion Nabor, during the auction in the USA for 150.000 dollars, a record price at that time, caused the decision of selling the horses from the Polish state studs, starting from 1970 exclusively during the auction in Janów Podlaski. This policy resulted in increasing the number of horses being sold and in rising the prices. In 1970 Mr. Denis Sculli from the USA paid 30.000 dollars for stallion Bajdak, while in 1976 mare Saletra was sold to Mrs. Eleanor Romney from the USA for 61.000 dollars.

In 1977 the auction was conducted along with the celebration of the 160-year anniversary of Janów Podlaski Stud, and the income from the sale passed the level of a 1million dollars for the first time. Grey mare Carawella, which Mr. Leonard Skeggs from the USA paid 153.000 dollars for, became the star of the auction. Stallion Engano obtained 75.000 dollars, while chestnut stallion Eros, sold for 31.000 dollars, was awarded the Vice-Champion of the USA title a year later. 

In 1978 Mr. Starting from 1979 due to the decision of the organizers of the auction and the breeders, the event is being preceded by the Polish National Arabian Horse Show. The same year the new design has been established by introducing a great tent, which could secure enough space not only for all the foreign guests but also for the Polish audience.Alec Courtelis from the USA, who made his first visit to Janów Podlaski, purchased the daughter of stallion El Paso, a grey mare Dacja for 90.000 dollars. The highest price among the stallions obtained Czeremosz i.e. 50.000 dollars paid be Mr. Norman Sauey from the USA, and in 1981 was awarded the Vice-Champion of the USA title.

In 1980 auction in Janów Podlaski gained its international brand Polish Prestige in order to stress on the importance and the scale of the biggest Purebred Arabian horses auction in Europe and one of the biggest ones all over the world.

Starting the same year the division into the open auction and the silent sale i.e. the written form offers tender for each horse on the list, has been introduced. This new system allowed the horses being in training at the Warsaw racetrack to be included in the sale without interrupting its training program and moving all those horses to Janów Podlaski. That year during an open auction Mr. David Murdock from the USA bought mare Persja from Michałów for 185.000 dollars, while Mr. Frank Smothers from the USA purchased mare Elita from Janów Podlaski for 167.000 dollars. The third price in row obtained mare Wena from Michałów being sold for 101.000 dollars.

In 1981 the Sale catalogue received its beautiful, modern layout by courtesy of US Arabian Horse Journal, illustrated by the pictures of two outstanding Polish photographers: Mr Marian Gadzalski and Mrs Zofia Raczkowska.

The beginning of the Sale thrilled the audience with extraordinary information. The auctioneer announced the sale of bay stallion El Paso for the record and not matched ever after price of one million dollars paid by famous American businessman, Armand Hammer. El Paso won US Championships during his stay in America on the leasing contract in 1976-1978. The Lasma Arabians Stud owned by Dr Eugene LaCroix paid 138 thousand dollars on the score of this contract.

In the next year the sale began with the presentation of outstanding son of Negatiw out of legendary Bandola, who was Bandos. David Murdock purchased him for 806 thousand dollars for Ventura Farms. Very interesting situation occurred in 1983. Stallion Deficyt from Michałów Stud offered at Silent Sale after fierce auction received price of 609 thousand dollars paid together by two bidders from USA: Richard Patterson and Leonard Skeggs.It was the top price of Silent Sale up to date and one of the highest prices paid for Polish horse at Janów Podlaski Sale ever. 

In the last few years the record prices were paid for stallions exclusively.
The Champion of England and very well proved in Polish Studs sire Banat was the finest attraction of the sale in 1984. Dr Eugene LaCroix paid 525 thousand dollars for this horse. 

In February 1985 Polish Studs in co-operation with American company Lasma Arabians realized unparalleled project of Polish sale in Scottsdale, Arizona selling 18 mares brought to USA for total 11 million dollars. The average price paid at Polish Ovation Sale achieved the level of 565 thousand dollars, while the two top mares were sold for 2,7 million dollars: grey Penicylina from Janów Podlaski Stud to David Murdock for one and a half million and chestnut Diana from Michałów to John Palafito for 1,2 million.

Born in Saudi Arabia and based in United States, Abdul Wahed Al Saihati, purchased two bay stallions: Algierczyk for 310 thousand dollars in 1985 and Aloes for 395 thousand dollars in 1987. In both cases the purchase followed a very impulsively auction with Dick Patterson, who was the main adversary. In the meantime, in 1986 Mr. and Mrs. John and Peggy Yates from USA bought grey stallion Haracz for 385 thousand dollars. 

During the next 10 years prices at Janów Sale haven"t approached the past records. In 1990 it was the last time of the maximum excitement, when the European and World Champion Mare Pilarka appeared in the Sale ring. The owner of Milfield Stables, Mr Paolo Gucci, purchased Lot 1 Pilarka for 215 thousand dollars.

In 1991-96 only once the star of Janów Sale achieved the purchase price of 100 thousand dollars. It happened in 1994, when Mrs. Shirley Watts was ready to pay this price for Janów bred Palba. Since 1996 private company Polish Prestige, originning from the past Animex team, has held the responsibility for organisation and promotion of the Sale. The turnover increase to up the level not recorded for 10 years was the fruit of five years co-operation between the State Studs and Polish Prestige Ltd. The most spectacular successes were selling of two stars of Warsaw Racecourse to Turkish Jockey Club: grey Batyskaf for 450 thousand dollars in 1997 and chestnut Druid for 500 thousand dollars in 1999. 

Mrs Shirley Watts from England was the most loyal and the most generously purchaser of those times paying for mares Emilda in 1998 and Euza and Alejka in 2000 prices of 200, 110 and 100 hundred thousand dollars respectively.

The Millennium Sale in 2000 was the last one of the Polish Prestige mark. In 2001 both the event name was changed and the organization turned over to the new people. Polish Arabian Horse Days covering the Janów Sale and Polish National Arabian Horse Show are organized by two private companies: Polturf and Dreadlines Ltd. For the new Millennium the world"s longest tradition Sale was named proudly Pride of Poland. The new mark brought luck to the State Studs and to the new organizers in their first year of activity. The highest price mare Lot 1 Egna was sold to Mrs Shirley Watts for 120 thousand dollars, while the average price paid for the mares achieved the record level of 38 thousand dollars.

Descriptions of past PRIDE OF POLAND auctions:

32nd PRIDE OF POLAND SALE - August 11th, 2001

33rd PRIDE OF POLAND SALE - August 11th, 2002

34th PRIDE OF POLAND SALE - August 10th, 2003

35th PRIDE OF POLAND SALE - August 15th, 2004

36th PRIDE OF POLAND SALE - August 14th, 2005

37th PRIDE OF POLAND SALE - August 13th, 2006

38th PRIDE OF POLAND SALE - August 12th, 2007

 

 

CONDITIONS OF THE AUCTION

PARTICIPATION IN THE BIDDING

1. Both individuals persons and corporate buyers may participate on equal terms in the bidding without any restrictions.
2. In order to participate in the bidding one must pay the deposit of EUR 2.000,00 (say two thousand EURO) either to the account of Polturf Barbara Mazur or at the Sale Office half an hour before the auction. 
3. The payment of the deposit allows one to participate in the bidding of each horse. By paying the deposit the buyer accepts the conditions of the Sale and makes a commitment to abide by them. Persons participating in the bidding are obligated to sign the Sale regulations.
4. The paid deposit is treated as an integral part of the contract price for one horse only. Each next purchase requires an additional deposit of EUR 2.000,000 (say two thousand EURO).
5. The deposit will be returned immediately after the auction if the purchase is not effective.
 
BIDDING AND THE SALE OF THE HORSES
6. The bidding will be conducted in the usual way practiced at horse auctions. The bidding will be conducted in EURO. The minimum bidding increment is to be EUR 1.000,00 (say one thousand EURO).
7. Each horse has a reserve price. The reserve price will not be made public before, during or after the auction. Each horse sells after achieving its reserve price, unless otherwise stated.
8. The person who the auctioneer recognized the highest bid from becomes the Buyer. 
9. The purchase price, being the highest bid recognized by the auctioneer, is the final net price and non-negotiable. The bid purchase price is the price net, which will be increased by VAT at the applicable rate (8 per cent). The VAT amount will be reimbursed to the Customers who:
- possess a European Union VAT registration number and will confirm the intra-community delivery of the collected horses
or
- will submit exportation documents, confirming exportation of the purchased horses out of the territory of European Union, under the condition, that the customs export procedure was started in the territory of Poland and will be completed within 6 months from the date of making full payment for the purchased horses.
10. The auctioneer reserves the right to refrain from accepting any bid or to make the particular bidding null and void without giving any reason therefore.
11. If any dispute arises between two or more bidders the horse in dispute will be immediately put up for advance bidding starting from the highest level reached before the dispute arouse or the dispute will be settled by the auctioneer.
12. Polturf Barbara Mazur reserves the right to withdraw any lot or lots from the auction before or during the bidding without giving any reason therefore. 
 
DESCRIPTION AND HEALTH 
13. Each horse offered for sale has a confirmed pedigree and is registe red in the Polish Arabian Stud Book.
14. Each mare being described as “in foal” has a breeding certificate and a veterinary surgeon statement in written form confirming pregnancy with the date of examination. The certificate along with its copy is available to be seen in the Sale Office. If Polturf Barbara Mazur does not obtain the breeding certificate of the mare before the bidding starts, Polturf Barbara Mazur reserves the right to announce that the breeding certi ficate has not been presented. 
 
BUYER’S DUTIES
15. The Buyer of each horse is obliged:
a. to sign the contract presented by Polturf Barbara Mazur right after winning the bidding or obtaining the right to purchase; 
b. to state exact personal data and present an identification document or documents confirming the legal status of his/her business (corporate buyers only); 
c. to pay the total contract value, deducting the deposit amount, in cash, by check or by unconditional money order to Polturf Barbara Mazur account in 
Bank Gospodarki Żywnościowej IV O/ Warszawa, 
Account number 30 2030 0045 3110 0000 0006 6890
within seven days counting from the date of the sale (domestic and EU buyers only) or within seven days counting from the date of obtaining veterinary test results allowing the shipment of the horse abroad (foreign buyers only). Extension of the payment deadline could be done exclusively on the basis of a bank guarantee presented by the Buyer. 
d. to present, on Polturf’s request, the guarantee of covering all the expenses connected with the maintenance of the horses after the auction including stabling costs as well as the export shipment including costs of veterinary tests, forwarding expenses, custom clearance, costs of shipping the blood or serum samples to the laboratories performing the test etc. 
e. to pick up each horse, purchased during the auction, at his own ex pense on the date and at the place named by the owner of the horse.
16. If the Buyer would fail to fulfill any of the conditions specified in point 15: 
a. he loses the deposit without the possibility of its return or any negotiation; 
b. he loses the right to the horse as though he would resign from the purchase; 
c. each horse and the offspring foaled after the auction out of the mare described as “in foal” may be sold once again. In any case the sale might be effected right away or later on during a public auction or direct sale.
17. The title of possession concerning either the horse being purchased or the offspring being foaled after the auction of the mares described “in foal” would not be transferred to the Buyer unless he should pay the total amount of money being due including all the remaining expenses connected with the present conditions or other dues towards Polturf Barbara Mazur.
18. Risk connected with the horses being purchased and the offspring being foaled after the auction is being transferred to the Buyer with “the fall of hammer” during the auction.
19. If the Buyer would refuse to pay the money due for any horse within the time being stated in these conditions either Polturf Barbara Mazur or the owner of the horse has the right to demand the payment from the Buyer as well as to find and use all legal terms to obtain that.
20. Picking up the horse being purchased from the place of the auction would be possible only in case of immediate payment of the total contract value in cash, by confirmed check or by confirmed money order to Polturf Barbara Mazur account.
21. Right after the auction is finished all the horses being sold should be shipped back to the stables of the owner of the horse in order to be maintained there at the Buyer’s risk and the expense of the owner up to 30 days after the Sale. Further stabling is possible at the Buyer’s expense of EURO 10,– per day.
22. Other solutions of the transportation or the maintenance of the horses after the time being stated in these conditions may be settled directly between the Buyers and the owners of the horses on the basis of separate agreements. 
 
INSURANCE
23. Immediate full mortality insurance coverage is effective upon the fall of the hammer, for the amount of the total purchase price. The insurance arranged by Polturf Barbara Mazur with C.Jarvis Insurance of Solon, Ohio USA, will remain in effect until the purchaser signs the contract or until midnight of the first business day after the sale, whichever occurs first, by which time it is the obligation of the new owner to arrange permanent insurance if desired. 
 
NOTICES FOR THE PURCHASERS
24. It is highly recommended for each Buyer to carefully inspect the horses before the purchase. 
25. All the horses are being sold on the conditions stated by Polturf in these rules. All statements and corrections concer ni ng the data in the cata logue announced during the auction are in force and due to that all the Buyers are obliged to be present at the beginning of the bidding of a parti cular horse in order to learn all announcements concerning this horse. 
 
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE HORSES
26. All persons present at the ground of the event throu ghout the entire time are doing so at their own responsibili ty. Organizers of the auction will not be held responsible for any loss or damage, which could happen to any persons during the whole event.27. The owner of the horse is responsible for the damage of the horse as a result of any disease, accident or any other cause, from the moment of entering the ground of the auction and during the whole stay unless the particular horse would be sold which should result in transferring the risk concerning the horse to the Buyer with “the fall of hammer” or in the moment of sale if a direct sale is effective.
28. Polturf is not responsible for any horse, neither for any dama ges nor for any bruises, which could occur during stabling the horses at the ground. Polturf reserves the right to inspect a particular horse or all the horses entering and/or stabled at the ground of the event and to forbid the entrance or to decide to isolate any horse conside red to be not suitable for sale due to any reason. 
 
SUMMER SALE CONDITIONS
PARTICIPATION IN THE SALE
1. Both individual persons and corporate buyers may participate on equal terms in the bidding, without any restrictions.
2. In order to participate in the bidding one must pay a deposit of EUR 2000 (say: two thousand Euro) either to the account of Polturf Barbara Mazur 
or at the Sale Office before placing the first declaration of purchase.
3. The payment of the deposit allows one to participate in the bidding of each horse. By paying the deposit the buyer accepts the conditions of the Sale and makes a commitment to comply with them. Persons participa­ting in the bidding are obligated to sign the Sale regulations.
4. The paid deposit is treated as an integral part of the contract price for one horse. The deposit will be returned directly after the auction if the pur­chase is not effective.
5. The paid deposit entitles the buyer to purchase only one horse. Each next purchase requires an additional deposit of EUR 2000 (say: two thousand Euro).
 
BIDDING AND THE SALE OF THE HORSES
6. Each horse has a reserve price. The reserve price will not be made public before, during or after the sale. Each horse sells after achieving its reserve price, unless otherwise stated.
7. The bidding will be conducted in the usual way practiced at horse auctions. The bidding will be conducted in Euro. The minimum bidding increment is to be 100 EUR (say: one hundred Euro). 
8. The person who the auctioneer recognized the highest bid from beco­mes the Buyer.
9. The purchase price, being the highest bid recognized by the auctioneer, is the final net price and non-negotiable. The bid purchase price is the price net, which will be increased by VAT at the applicable rate (8 per cent). The VAT amount will be reimbursed to the Customers who:
• possess a European Union VAT registration number and will confirm the intra-community delivery of the collected horses
or
• will submit exportation documents, confirming exportation of the pur­chased horses out of the territory of European Union, under the condi­tion, that the customs export procedure was started in the territory 
of Poland and will be completed within 6 months from the date 
of maki­ng full payment for the purchased horses.
10. All remaining conditions of purchase are identical to those of the Pride of Poland Sale.
 

 

 AUCTION HIGH-SELLERS

Highest prices achieved at the Pride of Poland Sale in Janów Podlaski since 2003 (bidding conducted in Euro):

Year

Horse

colour, sex
year of birth
Breeder

Pedigree

Price (Euro)

Qountry

2012 
 
EJRENE bay mare
2004
Michałów
Gazal Al Shaqab
Emocja/Monogramm
440.000 United Arab Emirates
ETNOLOGIA grey mare
2003
Janów Podlaski
Gazal Al Shaqab
Etalanta/Europejczyk
370.000 United Kingdom
BIRUTA grey mare
2005
Janów Podlaski
Ekstern
Bajada/Pamir
100.000 United Kingdom 
2011 PIACENZA

grey filly
2009
Michałów

QR Marc 
Primawera/Emigrant
475.000 Qatar
PALABRA grey mare
2007
Janów Podlaski
Enzo
Palmeta/Ecaho
400.000 Saudi Arabia
FABRYSZKA grey mare
2003 
Białka Stud
Gazal Al Shaqab
Fula/Partner
150.000 Saudi Arabia
2010 PILAR grey mare
1996
Janów Podlaski
Fawor
Pipi/Banat
240.000 Qatar

2009

 

PINTA

grey mare
2005
Janów Podlaski

Ekstern
Pilar/Fawor

500.000 Great  Britain
FALLADA

chest. mare
1995
Michałów

Monogramm
Fanaberia/Probat
465.000 Belgium
PRERIA

bay mare
2000
Janów Podlaski
 

Ararat
Pipi/Banat
230.000 Great Britain

PIANISSIMA
2010 PRODUCE

    175.000 USA

2008

 KWESTURA

chest. mare
1995
Michałów

Monogramm
Kwesta/Pesennik

1.125.000

United Arab Emirates

 AMRA

grey mare
2000
Janów Podlaski

Eukaliptus
Albigowa/Fawor

340.000

Great Britain

ANDROMEDA

grey mare
2002
Janów Podlaski

Eldon
Aneksja/Balon

270.000

Great Britain

 ELLISSARA

grey mare
2000
Michałów

Laheeb
Ekscella/Monogramm

240.000

Saudi Arabia

 EGEA

grey mare
2000
Michałów

Laheeb
Egna/Eukaliptus

160.000

Saudi Arabia

 EKINA

chets. mare
2004
Białka

Ekstern
Eklera/Ecaho

100.000

Belgium

2007

 PIETA

bay mare
2003
Janów Podlaski

Gazal Al Shaqab
Pilar/Fawor

300.000

Great Britain

 ZULEJKA

bay mare
2001
Michałów

Ganges
Zuzanna/Wojsław

205.000

Belgium

 ALTONA

grey mare
1999
Janów Podlaski

Eukaliptus
Albigowa/Fawor

180.000

Belgium

 ERRARA

grey mare
1996
Michałów

Monogramm
Estela/Probat

165.000

United Arab Emirates

 FAUSTYNA

grey mare
2004
Michałów

Emigrant
Felicjana/Ekstern

150.000

Belgium

 LAVERNA

grey mare
2003
Michałów

Ekstern
Loretta/Wojsław

140.000

United Arab Emirates

 SIKLAWA

grey mare
2001
Janów Podlaski

Laheeb
Siewka/Eldon

100.000

Qatar

 2006

 ESPADERO 

grey stallion
1997
Janów Podlaski

Eldon
Esparceta/Fawor

210.000

Australia

 GEHENNA 

grey mare
1995
Michałów 

Monogramm
Gizela/Palas

180.000 

Australia 

HULA 

grey mare
1996
Białka 

Penthagonn
Hulanka/Eukaliptus

160.000 

Australia 

 2005 

 ELANDRA

grey mare
1995
Michałów

Monogramm
Erlanda/Eukaliptus

290.000

USA 

 AMBA 

grey mare
2001
Janów Podlaski 

Eukaliptus
Albigowa/Fawor

85.000

USA 

 LARISSA 

grey mare
1992
Michałów 

Eukaliptus
Linda/Palas 

80.000 

USA 

 2004

 PALESTYNA 

grey mare
1994
Michałów 

Monogramm
Palestra/Penitent 

300.000 

USA 

 ESKALOPKA 

grey mare
1994
Michałów 

Monogramm
Egzotyka/Probat 

140.000 

United Arab Emirates

 SAVANNAH

bay mare
1997
Janów Podlaski 

Monarch AH
Sarmacja/Gil 

135.000 

United Arab Emirates

 EKSCELLA 

grey mare
1994
Michałów 

Monogramm
Estancja/Palas 

120.000 

USA 

 2003

 

EMBELLA 

grey mare
1995
Michałów 

Monogramm
Emanacja/Eukaliptus 

140.000

USA 

 ELWIA 

grey mare
1996
Michałów 

Ecaho
Etopka/Eukaliptus 

140.000 

United Arab Emirates

 

Highest prices achieved at the Janów Podlaski Sale during 1970-2002 (bidding conducted in US dollars):

 

Year

 

Horse

 

Year of birth
Color, Sex
Breeder

 

Sire
Dam/by

 

Price (USD)

 

Buyer, country

2002

 

WIEŻA WIATRóW

2001
dark bay mare
Michałów

Ganges
Wiaźma/Arbil

220.000

Saudi Arabia

2001

 

EGNA

1992
grey mare Michałów

Eukaliptus
Egzotyka/Probat

120.000

Shirley Watts (Great Britain)

2000

 

EUZA

 

ALEJKA

 

PAMIR

1995
grey mare Janów Podlaski
1985
bay mare Janów Podlaski
1984
grey stallion Janów Podlaski

Etogram
Eura/Fawor

Palas
Aleja/Bandos

Probat
Parma/Aswan (Raafat)

110.000
 

100.000
 

100.000

Shirley Watts (Great Britain)

Shirley Watts (Great Britain)

Paulo A.P.Bilyk (Brasil)

1999

 

DRUID

ALBULA

1993
bay stallion Michałów
1994
bay mare Janów Podlaski

Wojsław
Dalida/Probat

Fawor
Algeria/Celebes

500.000

130.000

Jockey Club (Turkey

Great Britain

1998

 

EMILDA

1990
grey mare Michałów

Pamir
Emanacja/Eukaliptus

200.000

Shirley Watts (Great Britain)

1997

 

BATYSKAF

1990
grey stallion Janów Podlaski

Pamir
Bajeczka/Bandos

450.000

Jockey Club (Turkey)

1996

 

ELEUZA

1991
grey mare Michałów

Eukaliptus
Etopa/Partner

71.000

Raymond Mazzei (USA)

1995

 

PISANKA

1990
grey mare Janów Podlaski

Pepton
Pilarka/Palas

35.000

Jacques Mazet (France)

1994

 

PALBA

1985
grey mare Michałów

Penitent
Pliszka/Gwarny

100.000

Shirley Watts (Great Britain)

1993

 

FLORIA

1988
grey mare Michałów

Penitent
Fladra/Bandos

45.000

Bob Magness (USA)

1992

 

HAWANNA

1987
grey mare Janów Podlaski

Argo
Hajnówka/El Paso

50.000

Arnold Fischer (USA)

1991

 

EMFAZA

1980
grey mare Michałów

Eukaliptus
Ekstaza/Celebes

60.000

Arnold Fischer (USA)

1990

 

PILARKA

1975
grey mare Janów Podlaski

Palas
Pierzga/Negatiw

215.000

Paolo Gucci (Great Britain)

1989

 

ALBANETA

1985
bay mare Janów Podlaski

Banat
Algeria/Celebes

90.000

Richard Freeman (USA)

1988

 

WECZERA

1979
grey mare Michałów

Bandos
Warmia/Comet

106.000

Loyal McMillan (USA)

1987

 

ALOES

1973
bay stallion Janów Podlaski

Celebes
Algoa/Czort

395.000

Abdul Al Saihati (USA)

1986

 

HARACZ

1976
grey stallion Janów Podlaski

Palas
Harmonia/Negatiw

385.000

John Jates (USA)

1985

 

ALGIERCZYK

1977
bay stallion Janów Podlaski

Engano
Algeria/Celebes

310.000

Abdul Al Saihati (USA)

1984

 

BANAT

1967
bay stallion
Janów Podlaski

El Azrak
Bandola/Witraż

525.000

Lasma Arabians (USA)

1983

 

DEFICYT

1979
bay stallion Michałów

Algomej
Dewiza/Negatiw

609.000

Leonard Skeggs (USA)

1982

 

BANDOS

1964
grey stallion Janów Podlaski

Negatiw
Bandola/Witra¿

806.000

David Murdock (USA)

1981

 

WERSJA

1975
bay mare Michałów

El Paso
Warmia/Comet

115.000

David Murdock (USA)

1980

 

PERSJA

1975
grey mare Michałów

Namiet
Platyna/Czardasz

185.000

David Murdock (USA)

1979

 

ALGOA

1964
bay mare Janów Podlaski

Czort
Algonkina/Pietuszok

88.000

Eugene LaCroix (USA)

1978

 

DACJA

1973
grey mare Michałów

El Paso
Daszawa/Nabor

90.000

Alec Courtelis (USA)

1977

 

CARAWELLA

1971
grey mare Michałów

Negatiw
Czatanoga/Anarchsita

153.000

Leonard Skeggs (USA)

1976

 

SALETRA

1967
bay mare Janów Podlaski

Gwarny
Salina/Comet

67.000

Eleanor Romney (USA)

1975

 

DAGMARA

1970
grey mare Michałów

Negatiw
Daszawa/Nabor

21.000

Leonard Skeggs (USA)

1974

 

DRATWA

1966
grey mare Michałów

Badr Bedur
Darda/Amurath Sahib

20.000

Leon Rubin (USA)

1973

 

ARENDA

1968
bay mare Janów Podlaski

El Azrak
Arkadia/Wielki Szlem

25.000

Richard Patterson (USA)

1972

 

BAHAR

1968
bay stallion Janów Podlaski

Ego
Banda/Pietuszok

17.000

Paul Guthrie (Canada)

1971

 

CZAROWNA

1961
bay mare Nowy Dwór

Comet
Czaruta/El Haifi

10.550

Leon Rubin (USA)

1970

 

BAJDAK

1962
bay stallion Janów Podlaski

Comet
Bajdara/Gabor

30.000

Denis Sculli (USA)

Highest prices achieved by Polish Arabian horses world-wide:

 

Place of sale

 

Year

 

Horse

 

Price (USD)

 

Buyer

USA - Polish Ovation Sale

1985

 

PENICYLINA
DIANA

1.500.000
1.200.000

David Murdock (USA)
Jim Palafiato (USA)

USA - purchase negotiated inPoland

1981

 

EL PASO

1.000.000

Armand Hammer (USA)

USA

1976

 

ELKANA

175.000

Aude Espourteile (USA)

USA

1969

 

NABOR

150.000

Tom Chauncey (USA)

 

 

THE 40th PRIDE OF POLAND SALE
Janów Podlaski, 9th of August 2009

 The milestone achievement will be celebrated in 2009, with the Pride of Poland Auction commemorating its 40th anniversary. Many of the most legendary Arabians of the last half-century have graced the auction stage in Janów Podlaski: legacy sire BANDOS (1983), ethereal World Champion PILARKA (1990), and the unforgettable reigning World Champion KWESTURA, who shattered the record breaking price in 2008 at an astonishing 1.125 million Euro. The Pride of Poland is still the single best opportunity in the world to buy the most accomplished mares and stallions with centuries of proven genetics. From the seasoned veteran to the future star - there is something for everyone in the annual Pride of Poland collection.

The companion Selection Sale (former Silent Sale) ha had its fair share of success in the past as well. Legendary performers and international sires of influence WIKING and EL GHAZI were both Silent Sale purchasers under $30.000 each. Discerning buyers from around the globe know that there are always a handful of hidden gems to be found each year.

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