December 2009 Blog Posts (6)

The new rules?

Does anyone know what these new rules are? - ie the ones they just played in the high goal in Argentina (and it appears that they will now be played in the US). I know one of them is that you can not turn the ball if you are being challenged ... are they any others?

Added by James Wayland on December 30, 2009 at 13:12 — 3 Comments

2010 Season-SLS JETS

Im thrilled to be promoting The Polo Club of Colts Neck, bringing and elevating the Sport of Kings to a new and exciting level here in Monmouth County New Jersey. Ive been researching the game from around the globe and am trying to incorporate all that makes this sport so special and exhilarating. Though not the only team in the state, it is our mission to make the sport accessible to all and to have The Polo Club of Colts Neck, SLS JETS, be the one that the public comes to see. If you have… Continue

Added by George Preston Turner III on December 28, 2009 at 18:29 — 1 Comment

2010 Polo Calendar

Hi Everyone

We are dropping you a note to let you know that the commemorative Peanut Polo Calendar is now in print and available. There is still time for Christimas too.

To order your calendar go to:

Small Calendar

Large Calendar…


Added by Peanut Polo on December 14, 2009 at 11:18 — No Comments

Sponsorship Opportunity University Polo Team

To Whom it May Concern,

My name is Gemma Briance and I am the captain of the University of Bath 1st Polo Team. Polo is a competitive sport played by thirty-three of the most prestigious universities in the UK. At the moment the universities that are most well known for polo are Oxford and Cambridge, through years of tuition and training of their teams, but the other universities are now pulling through and are able to compete at their level. I want the University of Bath to be able to… Continue

Added by Gemma Briance on December 9, 2009 at 13:11 — No Comments

Ralph Lauren: selection of rare and unique objects

This article is available in Portuguese, English and Spanish

Added by Ricardo Ojeda Marins on December 3, 2009 at 21:53 — No Comments


37 hectáreas subdivididas en:

-124 lotes de 40 m de frente y 50 m de fondo

-51 lotes de 20 m de frente y 50 m de fondo

-una fracción única de 9384.10 m2

Cualquier duda a disposición


Added by Martin Sotullo Lanz on December 1, 2009 at 19:52 — No Comments

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