Horse rider Milena Chorążewska

Horse rider Milena Chorążewska

When she was 11 years old, Milena Chorążewska discovered her passion for horse riding. And this love accompanies her to this day, bringing great successes. She’s also a great example of how amazing cooperation between human and horse can be as horse riding has a great load of majesty.

In 2018, Milena Chorążewska and her horse Bajer competed in The Baltic Cup 2018. Thanks to a great performance during the last race of the season, this duo has achieved great success. Milena finished the competition at the podium, twice on third place (race categories: LL and L).

It’s always a long road to the top, filled with a lot of commitment and hard work. Milena Chorążewska also walked through such path. She cooperated with the best horse riders from all over the world in such countries as Marocco, Canada, Portugal or Spain.

As she points out, the time of gaining a lot of experience was when she worked for the WKD Team - Sycamore Stable in Ireland. Then Milena Chorążewska took part in many horse riding events across entire Europe, being responsible for different aspects of preparation for the competitions.

In 2010, Milena Chorążewska became an owner of horse Bajer, deriving from the Zangersheide horse line. It was 2,5 years old then and become beautiful, strong and fast very skilled in jumping over obstacles. Bajer is also very friendly, calm and gentle for the people. It's also worth to mention that Milena Chorążewska works with coach Łukasz Lesner from the Pegaz Reda stable.

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Our horse rider Milena Chorążewska is not only an active sportswoman. She also trains young horse riding enthusiasts. On September 9 2018, one of her pupils riding horse Bajer finished on the second place during the competition in Pegaz Reda stable. That's how Milena share her horse racing experience with younger riders.

A silent hero behind Milena's success

On September 1 2018, Milena Chorążewska with her horse Bajer noted a great success. This duo finished twice on third place in two categories of Baltic Cup 2018. The competition was difficult. As Milena Chorążewska explains, the parkour was very difficult and challenging for many riders. So, the wise tactics were necessary. It was not only about riding fast but - most of all - with a clever plan to conquer each obstacle. There’s a silent hero behind Milena Chorążewska and Bajer's success. It’s Łukasz Lesner, coach of the duo. He has rich experience in horse racing and knows how to manage the talents of riders. Just take a look at the numbers. During the last 5 years, riders led by coach Lesner 5 times finished on the podium of Polish Championship and Polish Cup. And in 2013-2014, coach Łukasz Lesner was awarded as the best horse riding coach in Polish Pomeranian district. It’s also worth to mention that many riders coached by Łukasz Lesner won medals in Pomeranian district local championships. So it’s obvious: Milena Chorążewska along with Bajer is in good hands.


Twice on the podium. A great success of Milena Chorążewska!

Saturday, September 1 was a great day for horse rider Milena Chorążewska. On that day, the final of Baltic Cup 2018 was held. The competition took place in the town of Salino in Pomerania (Poland). Before it started, one was obvious: fight for the win will be tough because the gap between riders on the podium was very narrow. Predictions have come true. Milena and her horse Bajer had to show most of their skills to cross the finish line. As Milena points out, obstacles at the racetrack were difficult to handle and some of the riders didn't complete the race. Fortunately, Milena did her job and managed to finish the Baltic Cup 2018 on the podium. She finished at the third place in two categories: LL and L.


Winner of the J. J. Darboven - Baltic Cup competition

On August 18, the J. J. Darboven - Baltic Cup competition in the city of Rumia was held. Milena Chorążewska and her horse Bajer started in this competition and gave a great performance finishing in first place. It was a tough piece to bite and only 8 from 40 horses submitted to the competition in total managed to reach the final stage. An additional obstacle was the specificity of the racetrack. It was more about the technique of racing than to race fast. As Milena Chorążewska points out, the key factor for the win was clever tactics and skilful use of shortcuts on the track. And in the end, she and Bajer did it. It's a very good sign just a few days before the last race of Baltic Cup 2018 which will be held on September 1.


The last step to the win in Baltic Cup 2018

September 1 - this day may hold a very important place in Milena Chorążewska's career. On this day, the Baltic Cup final will take place in the city of Salino. Before the last competition, Milena Chorążewska has only one point loss to the leader in two racing categories. So she has a great chance to overtake current leader and reach for the 1st place.