Monday, September 28 2015 by BA
By Arianna Delin Imagine walking into a venue and seeing a sea of pink — pink clothing on all of the attendees, pink linens and even pink gift bags. Of course, this is a breast cancer event, but not just any event. As the horses and riders begin to enter the main arena, you realize
By Kerstie Allen Every school has that kid who was obsessed with horses. I was that kid. I never grew out of the “I love horses” phase. I’d speak, draw and even run like a horse, and still do to this day. On a sunny day, you can still see me lope and possibly change
By Kerstie Allen High-goal polo season is upon us and all the beautiful ponies have arrived. The finest and most prestigious polo season in the United States is underway at the International Polo Club in Wellington, Florida. All the glamour of Palm Beach combined with the perfect weather and the coming together of all the
Peter Poor from Stage Hill Polo in Ipswich Massachusetts and Wellington Florida discusses his polo school and his expansion to Florida for the High Goal season.
Wednesday, May 14 2014 by Editor
Glenn Straub of Palm Beach Polo battles his way out of a crowd with defenders Neku Atawodi and Marc Ganzi of Ride To Shine in pursuit. Photo by Scott Fisher WELLINGTON, FL-April 27, 2014 —-Palm Beach Polo rallied for four goals in the final chukker to capture the USPA Spring Challenge Cup on a sun-drenched Sunday at Grand Champions Polo Club. Trailing 8-7 going into the final chukker, Palm Beach Polo (Alejandro Gonzalez, Brandon Phillips, Tommy Biddle, Glenn Straub), battled back for a hardfought 11-10 victory over Ride To Shine (Marc Ganzi, Neku Atawodi, Nic Roldan, Martin Estrada)
By Darlene Ricker What kind of polo superstar gives one of his best-trained horses to another player who can’t afford to buy a safe mount? Treats a beginner with the same respect he does a student from the British royal family? Stops after a match to chat with a stranger who cheered him on from
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Wednesday, January 29 2014 by Editor
Co-founder of the Polo Players Support Group, David Offen describes the genesis of the organization and the various ways they are helping the polo community.
Wednesday, October 23 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL-Oct. 22 2013—-The Polo School At Grand Champions will host the inaugural ProKidz Junior Polo Tournament Saturday at 4 p.m.
Wednesday, July 31 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL-July 30, 2013 —In a thrilling sudden death overtime match, Team USA’s rally fell short of returning the Westchester Cup to American soil. Trailing England by two goals with less than two minutes remaining in regulation time, Wellington’s Nic Roldan and Mike Azzaro scored goals to tie the game at 11-11 and send it into overtime. After a missed Team USA scoring opportunity early in overtime, John Paul Clarkin scored the winning goal for a 12-11 victory at Windsor Great Park’s Guards Polo Club in England.
Saturday, February 09 2013 by Editor
Audi player-padron Marc Ganzi bumps Faraway padron Hutton Goodman out of the play Audi won 11-3. Photo credit Alec Pacheco. WELLINGTON, FL – February 8, 2013 – Audi played its finest game of the high goal season Thursday to remain in contention for the Ylvisaker Cup at International Polo Club Palm Beach.