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An interview with arabian breeder Professor Andrzej Strumiłło

Professor Andrzej Strumiłło with Czadra, Maćkowa Ruda 2004. © Arkadiusz Szaraniec/Polskiearaby.com

Professor Andrzej Strumiłło with Czadra, Maćkowa Ruda 2004. © Arkadiusz Szaraniec/Polskiearaby.com

PolskieAraby.com has published an interview with Professor Andrzej Strumiłło, one of Poland’s earliest private breeders of arabian horses.

Strumiłło, 88, an artist and photographer, was also head of the graphic studio of the United Nations General Secretariat and co-creator of The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw.

“I praise Polish breeding very much. Polish breeding is complete, pays attention to conformation traits. That’s very important to me! Beauty is the fundamental wealth of the Arabian, apart from the strictly physical traits, such as resistance, health, metabolism that guarantees stamina, adaptation to every kind of feed, to all conditions,” he says.

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