1) OUTLOOK a) Dates and restrictions are dependent on the various tests set by the Government being met, so that Government can announce that they are moving into Step 2. The start date for Step 2, which allows for sporting events behind closed doors, is not before 1 June. b) The aim is to implement a successful
The Hurlingham Polo Association also announced on Wednesday (May 13th) the procedures for exercising, training, and polo activities. They stated the following: Clubs shall adhere to the Government C-19 guidance as described at the time in general. These may change at short notice. The HPA will be issuing the following Directive: “No member of the
Guards Polo Club, home to the prestigious Queen’s Cup, among other competitions, made the following announcement: “The good news is that your Board and Polo Office, in conjunction with the HPA, believes that we will be playing polo in 2020, albeit a little later than originally planned. The Board, which met online together on
VACCINATIONS AGAINST EQUINE INFLUENZA FOR 2019 1) The amount of travelling and mixing of polo ponies during the polo season increases the risk of a flu outbreak that could bring polo to a halt, at least in the main polo regions and that this could in turn lead to other equine disciplines being suspended.
AUTUMN NATIONS TROPHY 2018 The Autumn Nations Trophy, which sees eleven 13-goal teams in competition, came to an end on Sunday, September 16th, at Guards Polo Club. FINAL AUTUMN NATIONS TROPHY: Four Quarters Orange 6-4.5 El Rosario Four Quarters Orange: Kian Hall 2, Simon Arber 0, Juan Ambroggio 6, Tom Morley 5. Total: 13. El
DUKE OF CORNWALL TROPHY The Duke of Cornwall Trophy came to an end last Sunday at Guards Polo Club. The tournament saw a eight 16-goal teams in competition. FINAL DUKE OF CORNWALL TROPHY: PARK PLACE 7-5 KILDARE Park Place: Juan Britos 7, Tomas Beresford 5, Andrey Borodin 0, Byron Watson 3. Total: 15. Kildare: