In Widzów, English Thoroughbred horses have been bred for over 100 years. Thanks to the passion of the Lubomirski brothers, the pedigree of each mare and each steed can be track back in the English ancestors included in the first volume of the stud book General Stud Book, created by James Weatherby and published in 1791.
In 1897, a herd of mothers formed of 15 mares, whose offspring belonged to the top class of English blood horses. After I and II World War, which caused invaluable losses in breeding, an attempt was made to rebuild it from the remains of the surviving horses. The most important mares building the post-war stud include: Sylwia (one of the best in Poland and the world (Allegat) families, which in the last thirty years has give birth to four derbies: Sinaja, Solozzo, San Moritz, Soros, Oriental Pageant (mare Dostojna , Dixieland's mother), Olga Buttal, Miss Victory, Bisquitt, Goldquelle, Sobiesława and Droga Pani, whose offspring are still present in the pedigree of Widzow horses
In implementing the breeding assumptions respecting the long-standing tradition of the Stud, mother mares, who are representatives of valuable families, are covered by breeders from the best families. In recent years, SK Widzow consisted of stallions such as Roulette, Exaltation, San Moritz, Exciting Life, Ruten, In Camera or Tioman Island.