One of the things we love the most about polo ponies is their tenacity. They go out there week after week and play their hearts out. They don’t always reach the ball first and sometimes […]
Consider for a moment what life must be like for a horse.
Prey animals, they are hard-wired to look at every new thing as a possible threat to their lives. They run away from danger, not […]
In our last blog we wrote that your ponies should be worked five or six days a week during polo season. But how in tarnation can you do that if you have 1) a […]
“How often should I ride my horse?” Many polo players ask this question from time to time, so here are some guidelines!
First it’s important to note that, with horses, very few rules are set in […]
Chances are, if you’re into polo you have a flair for adventure and enjoy living on the edge a little bit.
Of course there’s inherent danger in the game. Heck, there’s danger in any kind of […]
Let’s say that this off-season, without the stimulation of playing polo, your pony is misbehaving…imbalanced…responding sluggishly… Whatever the challenge, dressage may be a great addition to your cross-training regimen.
Especially productive training for younger ponies, dressage […]
During polo season, we all live and breathe polo. We do that in the off-season, too, haha. But on these upcoming days when you’re not playing chukkers, consider cross training with something totally different.
Staying in […]
Sadly, the end of grass season 2015 has come, and while arena polo will continue for another month plus, we’re all about to face the start of roughly six long, cold months without polo.
What is a […]