• stallion Kathmandau 2012

    stallion Kathmandau 2012

    (Kleopatra, Zinedine)
  • KWPN


    Horse breeding registred in Royal Dutch Sport Horse
  • stallion Kandavu 2014

    stallion Kandavu 2014

    (Kleopatra, Zinedine)
  • stallion Kathmandau 2012

    stallion Kathmandau 2012

    (Kleopatra, Zinedine)



Light Umber

Light Umber (2016) (Marino x Democraat) already in the new home.


Year 2018

In 2018, our herd was enlarged by three foals by L’Esprit and Zinedine as well as three mares.



Today, KWPN stallion Kuantan (2015) (Goldberg x Samurai M) left our stables.


Year 2017

In 2017, another mare-mother joined our herd.



Stallion Kandavu (2014) (Zinedine x Samurai M) is already in new home.


Year 2016

In 2016, our herd was enlarged by three foals after Cordess and Marino.


Year 2015

In 2015, our herd was enlarged by a foal after Goldberg and a new mare.


Year 2014

In 2014, our herd was enlarged by two foals by Zinedine and Opan.



Stallion Kathamandau (2012) (Zinedine x Samurai M) is already in new home.


Year 2013

In 2013 roku our herd was enlarged by a foal after Bolshoi and mare.


Year 2012

First foal after Zinedine in our horse breeding was born in 2012.

About me

KWPN –  Koninklijk Warmbloed Paardenstamboek Nederland (Royal Warmblood Studbook of the Netherlands)

Prior to World War II, there were two types of utility horse in the Netherlands: Gelderlanders bred in the south under the Gelderlander Horse Studbook (1925) and the Groningen bred in the north under the NWP (1943). The Groningen was, and still is, a heavy-set warmblood horse very similar to the Alt-Oldenburger and East Friesian. The Gelderlander was a more elegant variation, often serving as a carriage horse in addition to a useful draft horse. While the Groningen were almost unwaveringly solid black, brown, or dark bay, the Gelderlanders were more often chestnut with flashy white markings. These two registries merged to form the Royal Warmblood Horse Studbook of the Netherlands (KWPN).

After the Second World War, the Gelderlander and Groninger were replaced by tractors and cars, and horses began to become a luxury rather than a necessity. As early as the 1950s, stallions like the French-bred L’Invasion and Holsteiner Normann were imported to encourage a change in the type of Dutch horses, followed soon after by the Holsteiner Amor and Hanoverian Eclatant. The carriage-pulling foundation stock contributed their active, powerful front ends and gentle dispositions to the Dutch Warmblood.

Today the KWPN comprises four sections: the Gelderlander, the Tuigpaard or Dutch Harness Horse, and riding horses bred for either dressage or show jumping.

KWPN Horse Breeding in Pieńki started in 2011. First inseminated mare was Kleopatra, that I started with in eventing.



Satallions used in breeding




KWPN Horse Breeding
Agnieszka Sztandar- Sztanderska 
Kopce 62, 16-050 Michałowo, woj. podlaskie 

mob. +48 605 044 114

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