The English polo season is on the horizon, with teams and players getting ready for a competitive few months ahead. Unlike 2020, this season will allow spectators into the clubs to enjoy the action up close. The high goal kicks off on Wednesday, May 19, with the prestigious Justerini & Brooks Prince of Wales Trophy
With the conclusion of the US high goal season last weekend, all eyes now land on the upcoming British season. In terms of the high goal, a fourteenth team, Thai Polo, has announced their participation in the Justerini & Brooks Prince of Wales Trophy. Thai Polo’s lineup will be composed of young guns Ned Hine, Louis Hine,
The season in Wellington is in full flow with the US Open Polo Championship entering the final stages, yet the much anticipated polo season in England is beginning to take shape. So far, we are expecting an action packed season, and it is possible that spectators may be welcomed by late May or early June.
Statement by the Hurlingham Polo Association: The announcement by the Government on 22 February is encouraging and positive and from 8 March we will see restrictions start to lift in four steps across England at the same time. In the announcement, the Government made clear that in implementing each step, the Government will
While all eyes are on the action in Dubai and the United States, the 2021 season in England is getting ready for action. And there’s great news from Cirencester Park Polo Club, England’s oldest club, established in 1894, as the club unveils the highlights of its upcoming fixture. Given the COVID restrictions regarding spectators which
So far, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the consequences of Brexit have yet to be truly felt in the day to day life of brits. However, the real effects of the departure from the European Union are coming to light in relation immigration, and we are thus beginning to get a sense of how this