Over recent decades, the Hortobágy Equestrian Days have grown into the region's influential event known beyond the country's borders. The event's main aim is the presentation and popularisation of the past and present of the pastoral culture characteristic of the area, the horse breeding activity of the Máta Stud and fine Hungarian gastronomy. The Hortobágy Equestrian Days show life with horses in a nutshell, embracing professional and amateur horsemen, and horse-loving adults and children alike.
In addition to the high-standard horse shows and competitions lasting several days, events providing worthwhile entertainment, folk art demonstrations, displays showcasing the typical elements of the Hortobágy pastoral culture, the invaluable 101-year-old Landauer carriage and the Nonius horse bred over 200 years, as well as a broad range of popular music concerts ensured that all visitors could find their favourite pastime.
Show jumpig, carriage driving
Caramel, Balázs Fecó, Wolf Kati, B.Tóth László, Dánielffy Gergő és az utazók, RED Production, Kelet Brass Band
Fine Hungarian gastronomy.
Joy, fun and laughter!
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See the new trailer of the upcoming 52th Equestrian Days. Are you ready?
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