Breeding

The Lippizaner

The Lippizaner breed was named after the county of Lipica in Slovenia, twenty miles from Tieste. It is among the oldest breeds of horses in Europe. The breed originated in 1580 when Archduke Charles II orderer nine stallions ahd twenty-four mares shipped from Spain. The goal was to secure enough noble horses for the stables in Graz and Vienna. Horses imported later from Italy were used to strengthen the breed, which was meant primarly for pulling carriages and coaches.
Lippizaner foals are born dark, and gradually their hide becomes paler. This is one of the basic characteristics of Lippizaners, which, however, can also be brown or black. They have a long neck and hight tail. Breeders llike them for their toughness, modesty, lively personality and quickness to learn.
In Slovakia the breeding of Lippizaners became more widespread only after the First World War. The boom came after the founding of the Topoľčianky Stud Farm. The quality of the breed is so hight that it was designated as one of the best in the world.
Lippizaner breedeng has its provenance out of six main family lines, named after the stallions Maestoso, Favory, Conversano, Neapolitano, Pluto and Siglavy, as well as two other lines from the stallions Incitáto and Tulipán.

The Lippizaner

The Lippizaner breed was named after the county of Lipica in Slovenia, twenty miles from Tieste. It is among the oldest breeds of horses in Europe. The breed originated in 1580 when Archduke Charles II orderer nine stallions ahd twenty-four mares shipped from Spain. The goal was to secure enough noble horses for the stables in Graz and Vienna. Horses imported later from Italy were used to strengthen the breed, which was meant primarly for pulling carriages and coaches.
Lippizaner foals are born dark, and gradually their hide becomes paler. This is one of the basic characteristics of Lippizaners, which, however, can also be brown or black. They have a long neck and hight tail. Breeders llike them for their toughness, modesty, lively personality and quickness to learn.
In Slovakia the breeding of Lippizaners became more widespread only after the First World War. The boom came after the founding of the Topoľčianky Stud Farm. The quality of the breed is so hight that it was designated as one of the best in the world.
Lippizaner breedeng has its provenance out of six main family lines, named after the stallions Maestoso, Favory, Conversano, Neapolitano, Pluto and Siglavy, as well as two other lines from the stallions Incitáto and Tulipán.

The Hucul

The most exceptional and typical of the mountain breed of horses is the Hucul. It originated in the region of Hucul in the eastern Carpathian mountains of Romania. The first record of this small, mountain breed comes down to us from year 1603. According to experts, its precursor, the Carpathian tarpan, had many features in common with the wild horse. This horse was also native to northern Slovakia, where its skeleton remains have been found At first the Hucul was bred in the modest and diffi cult conditions of Romania. Breeding started in the Romania town of Lučina in 1856. Huculs are smaller horses with strong and solid short legs and hard hooves. They weigh on average from 380 to 450 kilograms. They come in a variety of colours, most oft en brown with a dark stripe on their backs. Less oft en they can be black, roan or ever piebald. They are very good as carriage horses but are also used for riding. Thanks to their easygoing, modest and clever temperament they can manage to get through all kinds of obstacles on the ground. They can climb steep hills and have no problem travelling over mountain roads. Today Hucul is a rare breed of horse whose existence is threatened. The main eff ort to breed and preserve this horse is located in the countries of Poland, Romania and Slovakia, to a lesser extent in Hungary, Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. The organization of Hucul breeders in Slovakia as a successor to its breeders in Lučina and dates from thr year 1921. The most famous lines are the Hroby, Goral, Gurgul and Oušor, which make up the base of the breeding in Topoľčianky. International cooperation is essential to preserve the population quality of the Hucul. This is done under the aegis of the HIF (Hucul International Federation), headquartered in Topoľčianky, Slovakia. Th e Topoľčianky Stud Farm, which is responsible for the breeding of Hucul horses in Slovakia, has been a member of HIF since 1995.

Oušor VIII  (Ou V-9)
65 Oušor VIII (Ou V-9)
00.00.2006
Plavák
o:3953 Oušor V (Rum.)
m:655 Oušor III-13
Oušor IX  (Ou III-54)
66 Oušor IX (Ou III-54)
00.00.2005
Plavák
o:212 Oušor III
m:679 Goral XVII-1

The Hucul

The most exceptional and typical of the mountain breed of horses is the Hucul. It originated in the region of Hucul in the eastern Carpathian mountains of Romania. The first record of this small, mountain breed comes down to us from year 1603. According to experts, its precursor, the Carpathian tarpan, had many features in common with the wild horse. This horse was also native to northern Slovakia, where its skeleton remains have been found At first the Hucul was bred in the modest and diffi cult conditions of Romania. Breeding started in the Romania town of Lučina in 1856. Huculs are smaller horses with strong and solid short legs and hard hooves. They weigh on average from 380 to 450 kilograms. They come in a variety of colours, most oft en brown with a dark stripe on their backs. Less oft en they can be black, roan or ever piebald. They are very good as carriage horses but are also used for riding. Thanks to their easygoing, modest and clever temperament they can manage to get through all kinds of obstacles on the ground. They can climb steep hills and have no problem travelling over mountain roads. Today Hucul is a rare breed of horse whose existence is threatened. The main eff ort to breed and preserve this horse is located in the countries of Poland, Romania and Slovakia, to a lesser extent in Hungary, Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. The organization of Hucul breeders in Slovakia as a successor to its breeders in Lučina and dates from thr year 1921. The most famous lines are the Hroby, Goral, Gurgul and Oušor, which make up the base of the breeding in Topoľčianky. International cooperation is essential to preserve the population quality of the Hucul. This is done under the aegis of the HIF (Hucul International Federation), headquartered in Topoľčianky, Slovakia. Th e Topoľčianky Stud Farm, which is responsible for the breeding of Hucul horses in Slovakia, has been a member of HIF since 1995.

HROBY XII (X XXI-71)
8 HROBY XII (X XXI-71)
27.05.1995
Vraník
o:Hroby XXI
m:696 Goral XVI-84
Oušor  IX
66 Oušor IX
01.01.2005
Plavák
o:212 Oušor III
m:679 Goral XVII-1
Hroby XX  (H VIII-1 SK)
83 Hroby XX (H VIII-1 SK)
01.01.2010
Čierny hnedák
o:214 Hroby VIII
m:709 Hroby XII-20
Oušor XIII  (Ou VI-2)
98 Oušor XIII (Ou VI-2)
00.00.2009
Plavák
o:45 Oušor VI
m:677 Prislop-8

The Slovak Warmblood

In general warmblooded horses are halfbloods, or hybrids, which originated out of various domestic breeds and were ennobled with the blood of English purebreds and Arabians. The Slovak Warmblood is a very efficient breed with the excellent characteristcs of a sport horse. It is the scion of Austro-Hungarian warmblood breeds and horses which were ennobled from Arabians, English purebreds and halfbloods. Since 1961 they are bred especially for the purpose of being sport and work horses.
The Topoľčianky herd comes from the leading breeders in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. Since at first the breed did not live up to its expectations, more care has been taken in the selection process in the last ten years. More consideration was taken regarding the strenght and power of the sires.
At present in the herd there are forty breeding mares and Oldenburg, Holstein, Westphalia and Traken stallions. Their offspring achieve good results at national and international competitions.

The Slovak Warmblood

In general warmblooded horses are halfbloods, or hybrids, which originated out of various domestic breeds and were ennobled with the blood of English purebreds and Arabians. The Slovak Warmblood is a very efficient breed with the excellent characteristcs of a sport horse. It is the scion of Austro-Hungarian warmblood breeds and horses which were ennobled from Arabians, English purebreds and halfbloods. Since 1961 they are bred especially for the purpose of being sport and work horses.
The Topoľčianky herd comes from the leading breeders in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. Since at first the breed did not live up to its expectations, more care has been taken in the selection process in the last ten years. More consideration was taken regarding the strenght and power of the sires.
At present in the herd there are forty breeding mares and Oldenburg, Holstein, Westphalia and Traken stallions. Their offspring achieve good results at national and international competitions.

The Arabian

The Arabian horse is the most noble, typical and purest representative of a warm-blooded breed of horse. Its origins go back to the oriental horse with short heads whose predecessor was Tarpan. Th e oriental horse originates in the Middle eastern deserts inhabited by the Bedoin Arabs who domesticated its predecessors. Th e beginnings of the Shagya-Arab breed are dated back to the end of the 18th century when new state stud farms were founded in the territories now know as Radautz, Mezohegyes and most of all Bábolna. Austro-Hungarian stud farms and breeding farms cooperated closely with eachother in exchanging breeding stallions and mares, they did this to improve the development of bloodlines and pedigrees. Breeding was conducted on a highly professonal level and thanks to excellent characteristics, mainly endurance, temperament and fertility they were greatly popular and wery interesting for many breeders. Even today the breeding of the Shagya-Arab is not possible to keep on a national level. International cooperation and coordination for future development is important. Th is role was taken on by the International Organization of Breeders of Shagya-Arab horses- Internationale Shagya-Araber Gesellschaft , which was founded in 1983. Th e breeding of the Arabian horse started developing more intensely aft er the founding of the Topoľčianky Stud Farm. Th e breeding foundation of Shagya-Arab in Topoľčianky was formed from 30 mares from Radautz, Bábolna and Dolna Arma. Th e danger of inbreeeding, especially among the Shagya members, predominent in Topoľčianky, was avoided by using Arabian stallions from other quality bloodlines and pedigrees. For this reason the stallions used in this stud farm were. Dahoman, Amurath Shagya, Aghil Aga, Jaszmak, 114 Shagya XXTh e founding herd was created by mares that possessed appearance as well as pedigree qualities. Th ey functioned very well in Topoľčianky and contributed signifi cantly to forming the Arabian herd know as the Topoľčianky type, and this created a genetic pool in Slovakia. In the Topopľčianky type Arabian purebred pedigree there are about 35 to 40 breeding mares, 4 to 5 stallions and 60 to 70 young fi llies and colts. Th e quality of the Topoľčianky purebred Arabians is obvious from the evaluation of the international committees at the Shagya-Arab exhibitions, where they are always awarded top prizes. Not only Arabian purebred horses in Topoľčianky but also Arabian stallions and mares and their descendents sold abroad that are from Topoľčianky are extremely successful. Because of and based on the Topoľčianky Arabian, the breeding of Shagya-Arab in Bohemia and Moravia has also grown respectively

Dahoman XV (D XI-5)
2943 Dahoman XV (D XI-5)
00.00.2001
Beluš
o:4 Dahoman XI
m:583 Koheilan IV-57

The Arabian

The Arabian horse is the most noble, typical and purest representative of a warm-blooded breed of horse. Its origins go back to the oriental horse with short heads whose predecessor was Tarpan. Th e oriental horse originates in the Middle eastern deserts inhabited by the Bedoin Arabs who domesticated its predecessors. Th e beginnings of the Shagya-Arab breed are dated back to the end of the 18th century when new state stud farms were founded in the territories now know as Radautz, Mezohegyes and most of all Bábolna. Austro-Hungarian stud farms and breeding farms cooperated closely with eachother in exchanging breeding stallions and mares, they did this to improve the development of bloodlines and pedigrees. Breeding was conducted on a highly professonal level and thanks to excellent characteristics, mainly endurance, temperament and fertility they were greatly popular and wery interesting for many breeders. Even today the breeding of the Shagya-Arab is not possible to keep on a national level. International cooperation and coordination for future development is important. Th is role was taken on by the International Organization of Breeders of Shagya-Arab horses- Internationale Shagya-Araber Gesellschaft , which was founded in 1983. Th e breeding of the Arabian horse started developing more intensely aft er the founding of the Topoľčianky Stud Farm. Th e breeding foundation of Shagya-Arab in Topoľčianky was formed from 30 mares from Radautz, Bábolna and Dolna Arma. Th e danger of inbreeeding, especially among the Shagya members, predominent in Topoľčianky, was avoided by using Arabian stallions from other quality bloodlines and pedigrees. For this reason the stallions used in this stud farm were. Dahoman, Amurath Shagya, Aghil Aga, Jaszmak, 114 Shagya XXTh e founding herd was created by mares that possessed appearance as well as pedigree qualities. Th ey functioned very well in Topoľčianky and contributed signifi cantly to forming the Arabian herd know as the Topoľčianky type, and this created a genetic pool in Slovakia. In the Topopľčianky type Arabian purebred pedigree there are about 35 to 40 breeding mares, 4 to 5 stallions and 60 to 70 young fi llies and colts. Th e quality of the Topoľčianky purebred Arabians is obvious from the evaluation of the international committees at the Shagya-Arab exhibitions, where they are always awarded top prizes. Not only Arabian purebred horses in Topoľčianky but also Arabian stallions and mares and their descendents sold abroad that are from Topoľčianky are extremely successful. Because of and based on the Topoľčianky Arabian, the breeding of Shagya-Arab in Bohemia and Moravia has also grown respectively

Insemination-reproduction center

eu 

EU registration number of insemination and reproduction centre: ISŽ-01
Insemination and reproduction centre NŽ Topoľčianky, š.p. :

Topoľčianky National Stud Farm was appointed to establish IRC starting its work in 2003. A team of specialists offer complex services in the area of insemination and reproduction of horses, diagnostics with sonograph, laboratory examination of the biological sperm quality of stallions, individual purchase of the insemination doses, sperm removal and processing and the export and import of insemination doses. One of the main tasks of this centre is to use the genetic potential of domestic and foreign top breeding stallions as much as possible.

IRC was established by using modern biotechnology in horse breeding to answer the purpose of not only the National Stud Farm but also the other horse breeders in Slovakia. The IRC enable them to use the rich genetic potential for efficient sport horses. Furthermore to extend the farmers breeding genetic base by means of the insemination doses (fresh or deep frozen), which were classed among the genetic source of the Slovak Republic. Part of IRC, registered under the European number ISZ – 01 SK, is also a sperm bank, in which are more than 3000 doses of the rare stallions sperm.

a list of horses in the insemination-reproduction center

 2943 small

2943 Dahoman XV (D XI-5)

nar.2001

Beluš

o.4 Dahoman XI
m.583 Koheilan IV-57
42 small

42 Conversano XIII Toplica

nar.2000

Vraník

o.551 Conversano Gaetana XV-1
m.857 Toplica
 104 small

104 Conversano XVI Solana

nar.2014

Beluš

o.53 Conversano XIV Mirana
m.653 Solana
  65 small

65 Oušor VIII (Ou V-9)

nar.2006

Plavák

o.3953 Oušor V (Rum.)
m.655 Oušor III-13
  66 small

66 Oušor IX (Ou III-54)

nar.2005

Plavák

o.212 Oušor III
m.679 Goral XVII-1
  3862 small

3862 Quinnus II

nar.2002

Hnedák

o.Quidam ´S Rubin
m.Morika
  3895 small

3895 Kaiser Karl

nar.2003

Tmavý ryšiak

o.Kaiser Franz
m.Jeanne D´Arc II
  105 small

105 Tobrok III (Suleiman)

nar.2014

Vraník

o.151 Tobrok
m.610 Silvia

 

Fees for insemination benefits for NZ Topoľčianky, š.p., in 2019

Fees for insemination benefits for NZ Topoľčianky, š.p., in 2019

Číslo žrebca Meno žrebca Cena PP v roku 2019 (bez DPH)
pre kobyly zapísané v PK na Slovensku pre kobyly nezapísané v PK na Slovensku
3862 Quinnus II 100,-€ (vrátane 20 % DPH) -
3895 Kaiser Karl 100,-€ (vrátane 20 % DPH) -