Friday, July 3, 2020

Polo action instead of egg hunting

Easter does not only mark the end of Lent, but now also the polo-free season in Ibiza has finally come to an end

England and South Africa to play Polo in the Park

England will compete for the second year running at Hurlingham this summer when the quartet take on South Africa as part of a three-day festival of the sport in London.

Nic Roldan guest edits Polo Times

Nic Roldan, the leading polo player from the United States, has picked up a pen rather than a stick this month, as guest editor at Polo Times, the UK based trade magazine. ADVERTISING

Chestertons Polo in the Park

International polo returns to Chestertons Polo in the Park as England take on South Africa

Polo in 2016: key dates and events across the globe

From Sotogrande to Santa Barbara, via Cowdray Park, we take a look at the key polo events across the globe in 2016. Follow the 2016 season at Telegraph Sport's dedicated polo channel.

It's time for a younger England polo team, says Tommy Beresford

As sporting heritages go, Tommy Beresford could not have been born far from a stable or a string of ponies.

Polo's future heightens as Fabien Pictet rides into Pieres debate

Fabien Pictet, as a polo patron and as a man, has never been shy about speaking out. A dozen or so years ago, with his polo team 'Emerging' in England's high goal tournaments,


Busy season at Santa MarĂ­a Polo Club

Why Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup remains polo's revered event

Since its inception in 1956, the Gold Cup, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next year, has become the most important single, polo tournament played outside Argentina.

The 11th Polo Awards Date Announced

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