As an avid follower of polo, and after my recent interview with Nacho Figueras, one of its champion players, I’ve been keeping close tabs on everything related to the sport. In this case, I’m excited about the upcoming release of the feature documentary television series Sport of Kings which digs …
Congratulations to everyone involved with the success of the St. Regis World Snow Polo Championship, which took place Dec. 17 – 19 in Aspen. A little information about the sport: Snow polo is played on a snow-packed arena with teams made up of three players, as in standard polo.
I was thrilled to have been invited to cover the International World Jumping Competition in Barcelona. The event was held at the Reial Club de Polo de Barcelona and is the oldest sporting event in Spain.
Chicago’s polo history which is steeped in tradition dating back to June of 1876 was re-ignited at the inaugural beach polo tournament at North Ave. beach. Breathtaking was the view of Lake Michigan’s sandy shores as the sand was flying, the horses were cantering, vodka was flowing and the warm rays of the sun were shining down brightly on Lake Michigan.