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  • Paddock/Arena Polo

    The four team members of the french team, winner of the European Polo Championship in Austria, all began learning paddock/arena polo before turning to field polo.The first ladies beach polo tournament was organized by the Miami Beach Polo Club in 2009.

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  • Hugh Dawnay against Prince Charles

    In his book, Playmaker Polo, Hugh Dawnay gives a lot of historical examples about the theory he explains, including an example sacked from his experience of playing polo with Prince

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  • John Watson and the ridding-off

    Before John Watson return from India in 1884, riding off did not exist: the method of play was for one man on each side to be goalkeeper and for the others to play forward in a heap, hitting

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  • Adolfo Cambiaso

    Adolfo Cambiaso was seventeen years old when he became the youngest-ever-10-goal player in the world.

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  • Walt Disney used to play polo

    Enthusiast polo player, Walt Disney was the capitain of the Mickey Mouse team and he used to play polo as soon as he left the studio. The producer even released in 1936 a cartoon of a polo

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  • Mares VS horses

    Polo players usually rather like to play with mares than with horses. Indeed even if horses are quicker, it appears that mares are smaller and suppler than the males.Since the beginning of the twentieth-century, around 30 horses have been cloned in the world, in particular Argentinians criollos. But in 2010 in San Isidro (AR), it was the first time that

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  • Surrogate mares

    Polo’s mares can play several tournaments in the same year and meanwhile they succeed in giving birth to many foals. How is it possible? In relying on artificial insemination, embryo

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  • The first Argentinean polo match

    The first polo Argentinean game took place on 1875, august 30th, friends had made two teams named « Campo » and « Ciudad » and had faced on the field of the estancia Negrete in the state

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