E. Fryś-Pietraszkowa, „Udział rzemieślników żydowskich w kulturze wsi. Materiały”, Polska Sztuka Ludowa - Konteksty 1989 t.43 z.1-2. Translation by Wojciech Szwedowski.
A pony was not present in the folk rituals there, it was, however known as "haman" in Jewish ones, during the autumn celebrations of Sukkot "purim". "Haman" is someone, who used to persecute Jews, so in commemoration of this each year there is a "Haman" -disguise, beaten and spat at by Jews. Hired for "Haman" each year was the same farmer, who came dressed as a pony on a holey cradle made of wicker, while the entirety is covered by a sheet or a sheepskin coat (material gathered by Maria Przeździecka in 1958).