History of Arabian horse breeding in the Polish lands dates back to the eighteenth century. After Poland regained its sovereignty in 1918 with the turmoil of war survivors only faint remnants of Jezupola, Pełkinii, Gumniska, Breniowa, Slavuta and Antonin, and nothing remained of the studs białocerkiewskich and other frontiersmen. Virtually gone achievements of generations of farmers from the years 1778 to 1918. Both the individual owners and the government should do everything as quickly as possible to make up for these losses
The Board Studs State took 10 May 1919 destroyed the stud at Janow Podlaski and began to invest in it, among other things Arabian horses. In the years 1919-1920 was bought horses intensively mainly from private owners. Among others came then four epochal for Janow mares bred in Jezupolu: Gazella II, Mlecha Pomponia, Zulejma, Between the stud at Janow Podlaski was on first place in the national breeding. Focused and selected a perfect mother and a valuable sires with deep Polish pedigrees. Leading importance for breeding stallions were decades: Bakszysz, Abu Mlech, Farys II, Enwer Bey, Fetysz, Koheilan I, Ofir and mares: Gazella II, Zulejma, Koalicja, Siglavy Bagdady, Kalina, Elstera, Hebda, Kewa
Unfortunately, World War II brought huge losses. During the September evacuation to the east, and then a dramatic return some of the horses died, some of the scattered, zrabowały the rest of the Soviet Army. During the German occupation of farming was rebuilt, mainly on the basis of the horses found after the September evacuation. Upcoming release but Janów stud brought another dramatic step - the evacuation to Germany and a severe winter in 1945.
Postwar revindicate horses proved to be a key moment in today's culture - a successful Polish Arabians we owe largely just saving the elite exported to Germany. Upon arrival to the country Janow Arabians were placed in Posadowo. In 1947, they were distributed between the studs in Albigowa and Klemensow, and partly complemented the state of Nowy Dwor. Only in 1960-1961, Janow Arabs returned from Albigowa ,Nowy Dwor and Janow.
Since then Janów stud has released dozens of outstanding mares and stallions, champions and winners of prestigious shows the most difficult races. It should tell you even more about some of them.