Added by Christine Rose Photography on March 28, 2014 at 4:09 — No Comments
I know people are always looking for plastic planks for their polo fields?
We make these in Wales, UK and feel free to PM or email me if you want any further info.
Always happy to help fellow members.
Added by Steve Barnes on March 21, 2014 at 12:21 — No Comments
You already know Poloconsult as an information website. Discover now Spirit of Polo, the commercial website with all of your wishes! Moreover, the delivery service is pro and quick!
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Added by Poloconsult on March 20, 2014 at 13:28 — No Comments
Changing positions with another team member is the most effective way of surprising your opponents, especially if you are playmaking to initiate the next play.
Not only can you evade your normal marker, but you will also confuse the other opponents if, undetected, you suddenly get possession of the ball in the new position.
Added by Poloconsult on March 20, 2014 at 13:00 — No Comments
Shandur Polo Festival 2014 will be played from 20th to 22 June. There will be 3 days of intense free styles polo with no rules at all. The matches between Chitral and Gilgit teams will be a thrilling event not to be missed by polo enthusiasts so don’t miss the event.. There will be a tentage village for local and foreign tourists interested contact email@example.com…Continue
Added by Maqsood ul Mulk on March 17, 2014 at 17:40 — No Comments
Si bien el polo con caballos es la versión más conocida de este milenario deporte, no es la única. En algunos países asiáticos, como Tailandia, Sri Lanka, India y Nepal, se juega al polo sobre elefantes, una variante bastante diferente del polo tradicional.
Los orígenes del polo sobre elefantes se rastrean a principios del siglo pasado en la India. Sin embargo, las bases de este deporte fueron sentadas recién en 1982 en Nepal, con la fundación de la…Continue
Added by Argentina Polo Day on March 17, 2014 at 13:23 — No Comments
For every 'shot' you make apply 2 Clocks. First the Pony Clock (PC), with '12 o'clock' between pony's ears and '6 o'clock' over pony's tail.
Second the Ball Clock (BC) striking '6 o'clock' to hit straight,on both sides of pony, '4 o'clock' to hit offside neck shot and '2 o'clock' to hit nearside open backhand, etc. Hence offside tail backhand requires combination of PC '4 o'clock' and BC '2 o'clock'.
Added by Poloconsult on March 13, 2014 at 12:50 — No Comments
A car driver who brakes and accelerates too much will quickly run out of petrol. How big is the tank of a polo pony ? Seven and a half minutes, if the pony is fit and is not over exerted early in a chukka.
Unnecessary use of speed can be avoided, and braking minimized, by cutting corners to the next play. In this way, the pony’s stamina can be preserved on the day and for the future.
Added by Poloconsult on March 6, 2014 at 17:34 — No Comments