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Fair Play Brand Ambassadors

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Beata Stremler

Polish dressage representative. 2011 – Polish Champion & 12th place in the European Championships in Rotterdam. 2012 Summer Olympics participant in London and 2014 World Championships in Caen, 13th place in the World Cup Finals in Goteborg 2016.

Beata Stremler

Member of the National Pony Team since 2015. Two medals for the National Youth Olympics, four medals for the Polish Cup (2015: Gold in Pony and Junior categories, 2016: Bronze in Junior, 2017: Gold in junior category), as well as successful international competitions, among others: CDI Zakrzów, CDI Bajardo, CDI Budapest-Fot, CDI Mariakalnok.

Ania Wojtkowska

Representative of Poland in the category of jumping over obstacles. Participant of many international events. In 2017, 5th place in the Grand Prix National Competition in Leszno, Winner of the Cavaliada International Competition in Poznań.

Nawojka Kiecoń

Polish representative and member of the National Dressage Team. 2015 Junior Champion of Poland, 1st place in CDI***Zakrzów and 5th in the Polish Championships. Four time champion of Opolszczyzna. In 2017 third place in the Polish Cup. Participant of the Cup of Nations at CDI Mariakalnok.

Jagoda Dąbrowska

9-time Polish Championship medalist and Polish Indoor Cup (7x gold, 2x bronze). Participant in the European Championship in 2011-2016. Second runner-up in the Nations Cup at CDIOY Hagen in 2015. In his career, he trained under the eye of Ulli Salzgeber, Irina Lis, Laurens van Lieren, Peter Gmoser as well as Thomas Sigtenbjerggaard.

Jan Gawecki

Junior dressage rider. Warsaw and Masovia champion in 2016. National youth Olympics contestant in 2014 and 2015. First place in the 2015 Masovian Pony Olympics.

Karolina Kaczmarz-Chojnacka

Show jumper. Since his youngest years, he trained under the supervision of his father, Olympis athlete Grzegorz Kubiak. In his career, he achieved the highest positions in competitions for poines, juniors and young riders. He currently starts in Big Round competition and also trains horse from scratch to Grand Prix level. He is trained by his brother and foreign trainers including Albert Voorn.

Michał Kubiak

Fair Play is an equestrian brand which redefines classic equestrian styles adapting them to the modern, active rider.