Kitchen of Hungary
While our modern-day Hussars battle in the arena at the Heroes’ Square, you might want to indulge in all the goodies the Hungarian cuisine has to offer.
More fun stuff
Did we mention that the National Gallop isn't just about horse racing?
In the first half of the 18th century, a light cavalry appeared on the battlegrounds of Europe called the Hungarian hussars.
The Gallop Board
The Gallop Board displays the Coat of Arms of each of the cities and towns represented at the Gallop, in the order in which they will race, and the winners are moved up to the semifinals, and then to the finals.
The Gallop Sword
At the National Gallop, each rider represents a city or town. The winning city or town takes home the Gallop Sword, the emblematic weapon of Hungary’s 19th-century hussar heroes.
The world-famous Lázár brothers,
the technical designers of the National Gallop
Owing to the very successful debut of the International Race last year, we shall continue to organize this event as a part of our National Gallop programme.
Want to see Ancient Scythian chariots in modern form?
Visit the National Gallop of Hungary!