Palm Beach Gardens is known for its famous equestrian community Caloosa! This unique property nestled on 5 acres provides the room for entertainment along with the comfort of having your horses in your backyard. Click the link below to see the full listing!
The 10th FIP World Polo Championship will take place from 24th to 29th March 2015 at the Club de Polo y Equitación San Cristóbal, in Santiago, Chile. POLO+10 will report about this prestigious event and is media partner of the 10th FIP World Polo Championship.
England Returns to defend their title against U.S.A. in High-Goal Arena Polo Match
Tommy Biddle, the highest-rated arena polo player in the world, will be competing in this tournament
For the third time in the history of polo in the desert, there will be a high-goal arena polo game at Empire Polo Club. The United States Polo Association (USPA) has awarded the 23-Goal USPA Townsend International Challenge Cup to Empire Polo Club. The game will be played on Saturday, March 14th, 2015 at 6:30 PM in the polo arena at Empire Polo Club.
Last year Orchard Hill lost the final of the CV Whitney Cup to Valiente; this year, Steve van Andel's foursome had another shot at winning the trophy. Orchard Hill defeated Alegria 16 goals to 13 to win the first tournament of the American Triple Crown. The final was played at Palm Beach International Polo Club on Sunday afternoon.
After nine tied scores and five lead changes, Facundo Sola broke loose to score the winning goal in overtime as Las Monjitas (Segundo Merlos, Facundo Sola, Eduardo Novillo Astrada and Sebastian Merlos) defeated a talented FlexJet team (Melissa Ganzi, Gonzalito Pieres, Miguel Novillo Astrada and Nic Roldan) in the semifinals of the Les Armour Cup Thursday morning at the International Polo Club.
Polo is a physically demanding sport for riders and horses alike, especially at the professional level. One California-based company offers a unique and powerful solution for alleviating pain in horses.
Headquartered in San Diego, LifeWave is a health technology firm that has developed a patented, non-transdermal patch technology. One such patch is called AcuLife, and provides safe and natural pain relief for horses.
How exactly does it work? Much like humans, horses have various pressure points throughout their bodies. AcuLife gently stimulates these points on the skin, improving the body’s energy flow to naturally relieve aches and pains. It’s also important to note that no drugs, stimulants, magnets or needles are used or enter the body during this process. And no prescription is necessary.
Horses traveling through the new, state-of-the-art animal handling facility coming to JFK Airport in New York will have access to day-lit stalls, 24-hour veterinary care, and a departures lounge—because who doesn’t appreciate a plush couch and some Scotch on the rocks before takeoff?