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FIP POLO
The Spirit of International Polo - Promoting and Developing the Sport of Polo Worldwide.
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"In polo we have one of the most unique opportunities that women can play on an equal basis as men.” Sunny Hale.
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PoloLine May 10
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FIP POLO Jun 21
A polo player needs to control over 10 variables whilst playing - from sitting position to speed of the horse.
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FIP POLO Jun 18
The main responsibility of the umpire is to control the well being of the horses and the players
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FIP POLO Jun 16
¡We're ready for another weekend on the field!
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FIP POLO Jun 13
Polo requires a horse which can run fast, stop quickly, and turn at speed.
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FIP POLO Jun 11
The calm before the storm. .
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FIP POLO Jun 8
A good mallet should feel like an extension of the arm and not feel too heavy to flex from the wrist.
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FIP POLO Jun 5
Face the week as the last ten seconds of the final chukker.
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FIP POLO Jun 3
"No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle." ~ Winston Churchill"
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FIP POLO Jun 2
The polo player shall always play in perfect synergy with his polo pony.
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FIP POLO May 31
The regular polo field is 300 yards long by 160 yards wide. It’s almost as big as 6 football fields.
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FIP POLO May 28
Before entering a match, both the players and their horses are decked out in specially designed safety gear to avoid injuries.
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FIP POLO May 25
"The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit and freedom."R.L
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FIP POLO May 22
Polo involves racing at top speeds while striking a 130-gram, ball of 7.5 cm diameter in full gallop, aiming at the opponent’s goal.
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FIP POLO May 19
to 1975. FIP presidents Marcos Uranga,Glen Holden and Eduardo Huergo in Santa Barbara.
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FIP POLO May 16
Speed, agility, and nerves of steel – these are the attributes of a good polo pony.
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FIP POLO May 13
Did you know? The name comes from the Tibetan word "pulu" that means ball.
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FIP POLO May 10
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FIP POLO May 6
🇩🇪Germany wins and finishes 3rd in FIP's 1st European Ladies Championship!
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