I was born in 1977 in Békéscsaba. My grandfathers were horse raising farmers, so the love of horses doesn’t accidentally flow through my veins. When I was 10 years old, I started riding horses in Mezőkovácsháza as a András Janiga and pupil of an Olympic equestrian Tibor Hercegfalvi. I studied animal husbandry and animal health at the Agricultural Technical School in Orosháza. During the years of my vocational training, I was riding in Mezőhegyes as a pupil of coach Péter Sovák. In Békéscsaba I obtained the qualification of Equestrian Instructor.
I came to Balatonfenyves in 1999, where my job was the training of young horses in the Pusztaberény stud under the guidance of dressage coach György Komjáthy. I also attended horse training courses with Debbie Winkler, wife of the Olympic champion Hans Günter Winkler. In 2003, I moved to northern Germany. I rode in Hans Hofschröer’s stables, where training young horses and preparing horses competing in show jumping were among my responsibilities. After moving back to Hungary, utilizing my riding experience and what I learned abroad, I set up my own stable called Vetési Lovasudvar business in 2005 in Visz village. I am currently breeding Cremello, Palomino and special coloured horses.
I was born in 2005 in Siófok. I grew up among horses since I was a child. I also learned horseriding and carriage driving. I am currently a student at the Agricultural Technical School in Kaposvár, majoring in agriculture.