The unprecedented situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the population globally, but certain areas of the planet are gradually returning to their regular routines, albeit with several restrictions in place. Important news came from England and USA this week regarding the future of polo, and France detailed how it is easing lockdown restrictions.


This past week, Polo Club du Domaine de Chantilly recommenced certain activities. The club’s representatives shared their plans for the weeks ahead with Pololine:


“Since May 11, France has started its first phase of deconfinement. The practice of sport and more particularly of outdoor riding has been authorised under certain conditions. This is why activity at the Chantilly Polo Club was able to resume at the Pony Club and on the fields for individual and group training, limited to ten people in compliance with the strict sanitary rules in force.


A new point will be made by the government from June 2, but it has already announced the opening of the borders with Germany, Austria and Switzerland for June 15. All these elements together give us good hope of a resuming our tournaments from June 6 with European levels (6/8 goals and 0/4 goals).”


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