A few words about the Hungarian breeds.
The elegant appearance and attractive carriage of the Kisbéri hybrid as well as its intelligence, strong frame and easy movement and easy riding calls to mind the military influences of the last century. The famous Lipica grey breed is intelligent, tough and baroque body enjoys a worthy recognition within the competitive sporting world. The breeding of the Lipica dates back 400 years and is the most widespread breed in northern Hungary.
The Noniusz has been bred for 160 years in the MezÅ‘hegyesi Herds. The appearance of this Hungarian horse is unique in the world. Its high neck joint and slighted curved profile lines give this preferred show-horse a baroque appearance. The breed is more than 200 years old. These horses are solid, strong and stable.
Kincsem, meaning Treasure, the unbeatable mare, and the all-time most famous Hungarian competition horse shows the successes of Hungarian horse breeding. She was never beaten. Other treasure of Kisbér breed, is the winner of the Epson Derby, the Bábolna breed Imperial, and the trotting European record holders Baka and Elly.