Polo has been played in South Africa for over a century. Due to the number of highly trained horses needed to play the game, it has traditionally been a sport for the well-heeled, and even now there are only about 400 registered club players in the country.
Cintron World, an international beverage company with a line of flavored energy drinks Cintron Premium Energy, is proud to announce their continued involvement as headline sponsor of the prestigious Cintron Pink Polo event, in support of breast cancer awareness, treatment, and research, to be held at Val de Vie Estate in South Africa on November 7th 2015.
Val de Vie Estate will be hosting the 2015 Cintron Pink Polo on 07 November in the Paarl-Franschhoek Valley, Cape Town. The proceeds generated from this event will be donated to Reach for Recovery to support breast cancer patients.
New Zealand Left Disappointed Despite a Win. The first International Test match was played for at Shongweni Polo Club in Durban on Saturday 13 September.
The Land Rover Africa Cup promises to be a fiercely competitive tournament with 10 teams featuring world-class players at the top of their game. On the 16th August, beauty, power and prestige will meld together when the representative teams from South Africa, Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Zimbabwe and defending champions Ghana, will compete for the much-coveted Land Rover Africa Cup trophy!
A horse-riding safari through the Maasai Mara in Kenya is the most exhilarating off-the-field encounter a polo player could ask for. To shamelessly name drop, high goal polo player, Eduardo Novillo Astrada is one of the many polo players who has galloped with the wildebeest in the Maasai Mara.
Team Escue from Florida narrowly beat Team Zambia in a 3-day tournament at Liulayi Polo Club, located 10km from Lusaka, Zambia's capital. Fine weather and good crowds welcomed our visitors from the USA, who also managed a few days on safari in our magical bush. Please come again!
Zambia.....a country in Africa where the people seem so content and happy. Team Escue was invited by Lilaye Polo Club for the Annette Miller Memorial Cup to play against the local Zambian team in an eight goal tournament that lasted for three days.
British Polo Day Morocco draws a global crowd to raise a record-breaking US$205,000 for the Eve Branson Foundation
From the pristine pitches of Jnan Amar Polo Club Marrakech to the rugged Atlas Mountains, British Polo Day crosses Morocco in support of the Eve Branson Foundation