Saturday, June 21 2014 by Editor
New York, NY. June 3, 2014 – Equestrian community members in the Northeast gathered on Saturday, May 31st for an Equestrian Aid Foundation fundraiser in Flemington, NJ. The event was held at Sand Hill Farm, the private residence of Scott Stewart and EAF board member Ken Berkley, who co-chaired the dinner party along with fellow board member Mimi Tashjian
In Memory of H. Ben Taub H. Ben Taub, better remembered in his worn cowboy boots and well-worn cowboy hat, in a rare dressed up moment with Sidelines Magazine publisher, Samantha Charles, on the fields of Palm Beach Polo and Country Club. By Ed Scanlon There is a kind of immortality that comes to us
Polo, Roping, Mounted Shooting, Barrel Racing, PoloCrosse: Is there anything Kerstie Allen CAN’T do on a horse? By Lauren R. Giannini After growing up in Australia, Kerstie Allen took off to explore the world, literally and figuratively, on horseback. She has played high goal polo alongside royalty and some of the best professional players, competed
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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)
Four-goaler Jesse Bray, who has made his mark on the West Coast, traveled 3,000 miles to receive the prestigious Equus & Co. Award, which honors the Team USPA player who best exemplifies the program’s principles, which includes leadership and a commitment to growing the sport. The 21-year-old Jesse received a check for $10,000 and a
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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Saturday, March 29 2014 by Editor
Hope Arellano of Polographics outraces defender downfield on her Best Playing Pony. Photo by Scott Fisher WELLINGTON, FL-March 17, 2014- —The Buzz Welker Memorial Tournament offered junior polo players of all ages and ability levels a chance to improve their skills and have fun at the same time Monday at Grand Champions Polo Club. With more than 80 players, polo’s grass roots level never looked better during the Polo Training Foundation event.
Thursday, March 13 2014 by Editor
Wellington, FL – March 11, 2014 - Guests at this Thursday’s India Night could get their 15 minutes of fame thanks to Sidelines TV.
Nacho Figueras and John Walsh competing in the Neil Hirsch Boys and Girls Club fundraising match at Grand Champions Polo in Wellington Florida.
Saturday, March 08 2014 by Editor
Wellington, FL – March 5, 2014- Louise Mellon’s work is immediately recognizable. Her work primarily features horses, dogs and the equestrian lifestyle. Often, Mellon’s brightly colored, vibrant pieces have a witty or unexpected approach, and are created with the intent to amuse