This week, the 2015 U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship® and the U.S. Women’s Handicap begin tournament play at the Houston Polo Club.
Falling off a horse is almost inevitable if you ride often. Learn how to prevent falls, reduce the risk of injury, and fall gracefully when it happens. Never hesitate to voice your fears to an experienced trainer or rider, who can help you with specific issues.
High-goal polo returns to the Grand Champions Polo Club with six teams taking the field in the USPA North American Cup. Competition is slated to get underway on Wednesday, November 11th with the opening two games of the tournament with teams to be decided through a tournament draw on Monday evening.
Despite falling behind by three goals in the opening chukker of play, High Ground Polo (Joe Meyer, J.J. Celis, Nic Roldan and Scott Swerdlin) rode out to a 6-3 halftime lead over Dutta Corp.
It takes ponies to make a polo game, but it takes people to make a polo club!
The United States Polo Association (USPA), the national governing body for the sport of polo, announced today that the USPA Board of Governors has elected new officers: Joseph Meyer as Chairman; Edward R. Campbell III as President; Thomas Gose as Secretary and Samuel A. Ramirez Jr. as Treasurer.
Palm City Polo Club has announced its fall 2015 through spring 2016 tournament schedule. The opening event is the Palm City Fall Classic on Nov. 6.
Polo ponies require two types of feed, hay and grain, in proper amounts. Too much feed results in an overweight, inactive, sick or even crippled horse. Too little feed results in a skinny horse with reduced stamina and less resistance to disease. Physical appearance is the best indicator of under or overfeeding.
The USPA Fall Plates Tournament, the final medium goal polo tournament of the fall season, begins Friday at Grand Champions Polo Club.
The Grand Champions Polo Club moves into their sixth week of fall competition with the 2015 USPA Fall Plates.