He was born on 24 April 1973 in Budapest.
Zoltán is married to Anikó and they have one son, Zolika (1998).
His hobbies include HORSES, sailing, skiing, motor sports, hunting, music and teaching.
Five-times two-in-hand and two-times four-in-hand world champion.
Owner of twelve world championship and three european championship medals.
He is a man of great international experience and driving culture.
His gifted son, Zoltán jr. is dreaming of becoming a successful show jumper.
Lecturer on horse-related subjects at Szent István University.
He has prominent functions in the organisation of the regular Horse World Cup, held in Papp László Budapest Sports Arena.
Co-owner and co-president of the National Gallop.
He has now more time for coach driving than his brother, but still takes part in the business ventures, he is co-owner of the family business, the Lázár Equestrian Park.
Major results of his sports career:
Two-in-hand coach driving individual world champion (1997 Riesenbeck, GER).
Four-in-hand coach driving individual world champion (2004 Kecskemét, HUN).
Five times two-in-hand coach driving team champion (1999 Kecskemét, HUN, 2001 Riesenbeck, GER, 2003 Jardy, FRA, 2013 Topolcianky, SK; 2015 Fábiánsebetyén, HUN).
Four-in-hand coach driving team world champion (2004 Kecskemét, HUN).
An outstanding personality in the coach driving world of both two-in-hand and four-in-hand driving.
Two times individual two-in-hand coach driving world championship, silver medal (1999. Kecskemét, HUN; 2015 Fábiánsebestyén, HUN).
Two times two-in-hand coach driving individual bronze medal (2009 Kecskemét, HUN, 2013 Topolcianky, SK).
Two-in-hand coach driving team silver medal (2009. Kecskemét, HUN).
Four-in-hand coach driving, team, bronze medal (2008 Beeds, the NED).
Individual and team four-in-hand coach driving european championship bronze medal (2013. Izsák HUN).
One of his outstanding international success is the team victory and second place in the individual race at the largest Equestrian race of the world in Aachen, GER in 2004.
Six times four-in-hand hungarian champion (2004, 2007, 2008., 2010, 2011, 2013) and hree times two-in-hand hungarian champion (1996.,1999., 2003).
Two times winner of two-in-hand (1995., 2009.) and four times winner of the four-in-hand (2006., 2008., 2010., 2012.) Hungarian Derby .
Professional and public awards:
Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic Knight Cross
Count István Széchenyi Memorial Medal (the highest equestrian award)
Eternal Champion of Hungarian Equestrian Sport
Member of the Society of Hungarian Sport Stars
In 1999 he received the Honorary Citizen award of the 17th district of Budapest
Six times the equestrian sportsman of the year
CBA Gold Emblem