Palo alto Polo Club, offers Polo lessons all throughout the year and breed the highest class horses ranging from high goal to beginner level in our polo school.
Learn to play Polo:
- Polo Day (half day in groups): USD150 half days go from 10.00 till 15.00 or 13.00 till 18.00
Polo Days full, individual clases + practicas + Asado + transportation: 270USD -
Polo Class & Stick&Ball: 100USD/1lesson, 800USD/10lessons (local players ask…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on June 30, 2011 at 15:15 — No Comments
Hola a todos,
Quiero que sepáis que tuvimos aquí en Sotogrande en las canchas Río durante los últimos fines de semanas unos pequeños torneos que hemos pasado todos a la grande.
En un ambiente de amigos, y amigos de amigos, unas canchas y entorno de sueño, y para que vengáis y lo probéis, unos pinchos y platos de carne para comerse los dedos.
Me siento feliz cuando veo como mi gran amigo Sebastián Gallardo del restaurante La Quinta y su guapísima amiga Paola,…Continue
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Added by Peter Abisheganaden on June 16, 2011 at 23:52 — No Comments
Palo Alto Polo is welcoming to our programme for summer 2010/11 in the southern hemisphere. Or should I say winter for you in the north. In Argentina the sun will be shining and the weather warm. So forget the cold and the idea of skiing and come an join me in the pursuit of the perfect goal. Whether you want to play, or learn to play polo, like horses and want to ride, or simply enjoy nature and want to relax in our beautiful countryside, we can offer you a wonderful holiday you will…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on June 15, 2011 at 14:20 — No Comments
I am coming out with the BBC to film in Argentina on Friday and am keen to meet up with some great English speaking polo playing families who we may be able to film for our series about families and parenting.
If you are able to email me directly I would be more than grateful.
Added by Alexandra Foreman on June 13, 2011 at 16:39 — No Comments
Well here we are at the half way point of the season and I am wondering how it has gone so quickly. This year we have seen a substantial increase in players taking up the game not just at my club but at the other Scottish clubs as well. Good news for Scottish Polo.
The weather has been well, dry but that is all you can say about it. Temperatures have struggled to get above 12 degrees and when it does it usually only raised the temperature in early evening after a…Continue
Added by Karina Bowlby on June 10, 2011 at 13:12 — No Comments
Polo Working Vacation program
We will give you 4 horses to take care of and accommodation with shared facilities (2 or 3 beds per room, shared bathroom). Food is…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on June 9, 2011 at 21:00 — No Comments
I need to lease polo ponies for a turnament in Dallas, Texas. Contact me ASAP. 4 chukkers sat 4 Chukkers Sunday. Please only low goal easy ponies. hopefully with trailor and groom.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Paula on June 9, 2011 at 17:22 — No Comments
It's been a month now, working away under the Texas sun. We've finally gotten all our paperwork in with Texas State to be part of their recreational clubs, hopefully moving to sports clubs by the end of the year.
I had no idea what we were getting into when the idea of a collegiate polo club was presented to me a few weeks back. I have some equestrian experience, albeit limited, and our two other current members had none. We threw ourselves in the saddles, grabbed some…Continue
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