The Ópusztaszer Akhal Stud performed well for the second time in Kaposvár! At the equestrian competition held from June 16-18, there were again many entrants in the A category! Regő Cseppentő, starting in the open category, finished in 2nd place with Hektor, and Réka Cseppentő finished in 4th place, just 6 seconds behind the podium with Arabesz! Breeder: Attila Cseppentő, Arabesque: 87.5% Akhal teke (Kaplan line) Hektor: 75% Akhal teke (Kir Sakar line)
Arabeszk 87,5% Akhal teke part bred (Sire: Stardust, Dam: Ajsa) and her rider Réka Cseppentő and Hektor 75% part bred akhal teke(Sire: Karador, Dam: Henna, Breeder: Attila Cseppentő) and Regő Cseppentő participated in a 3 days event in Bábolna (Hungary) 21-23 Octobert 2022 and they placed 3th and 4th place in A category!
We are very glad about these results because this category is a gate of bigger (star) categories. The number of the obstackles raised to 20-25 on 2500m and the average speed limit was 30km/h. So the akhal tekes are accepting the speed better but it is a serious challenge for every horse to keep the speed limit besides the jumps.
Our young horses were ridden by Réka Cseppentő and Zsófia Apáti at the dressage competition of Mórahalom.
After many trainings and lots of care the first competion has finally arrived for the young horses of the Akhal Stud of Ópusztaszer. Kincső, Emese, Vajk and Anka have never participated in a such challenge, but thanks to their careful education, they could wait quietly for being called to the start.
The horses performed excellently despite the rainy wether and the slippery soil. Réka Cseppentő took 2nd place in L2 category with Kincső and also 2nd place in A3 with Emese. Zsófia Apáti took 5th place with Vajk and 6th place with Anka in A3 category.
The horses of our stud could face a new challenge on the terrain of Kaposvár, in an eventing competiton between 19-21 of August. There were 30 riders in A0 category.
On that exciting track after the rain, Regő Cseppentő took 2nd place in amateur rider category and received a silver cup. Réka Cseppentő took 7th place after performing a perfect cross country track.
A Cseppentő saddle is presented at the exhibition ?Close to the horse? in the ceremonial hall of the National Agricultural Museum located in the Castle of Vajdahunyad. Visitors can see it next to the dressage saddle of Gyula Dallos and a training saddle for horserace.
The exhibition is about nowaday?s riders and the current role of horses. It opens a gate from our hurrying urbanized world to the Nature and a deep relationship with it, letting our soul get ?close to the horse?.
These wonderful animals are present in several areas of our lives. They are healing us, providing our recreation, serving in the police and helping our athletes to reach their goals.
Katalin Gulyás’s photo has been exhibited in the hall of the Helikon Castle Museum! The photo shows Kincső 87,7% Akhal Teke golden buckskin Akhal Teke mare from Ópusztaszeri Akhal Stud! (Father: Stardust, dam: Karamella (Father: Karador)
Ópusztaszer Akhal Stud has a good start in Bábolna April 2021. Both riders and horses had a faultless cross country with good time! Réka Cseppentő and Arabeszk placed 4th in A category with faultless show jumping Regő Cseppentő and Hektor only hit one pole down in this way he get the 8th place from the many competitor!opppppppppppoooo opppppppppppoooo
An article presenting our stud and riding acitivities has been published on the page of Ampascachi Horse Riding Holiday in four languages. The English version can be read here.
Young akhal tekes from Ópusztaszer Akhal Stud took part at the autumn eventing race from 15-17. October. 2021. Eventing is a 3days event (dressage-cross country-show jumping) This was a successful weekend for the horses and riders.
Regő Cseppentő-Hektor placed 6th
Réka Cseppentő- Arabeszk placed 7th
It was the horses first race in eventing. Both horse achieve flawless cross country and show jumping.