February 2015

Monthly Archives

  • HPA

    The HPA

    The Hurlingham Polo Association. The HPA can trace it’s pedigree back to 1874 when the first polo game was played at Hurlingham in London. The following year Hurlingham became the headquarters of polo and the Hurlingham Polo Committee drew up the first English rules. The Hurlingham Club Polo Committee was re-designated as the Hurlingham Polo Association […]

  • Instruct2

    Polo lessons

    Polo lessons. Polo is a highly technical sport as it combines horse riding with a team game and some complex rules. It is important for anybody who wants to start playing to research who will be teaching them. Make sure you are being taught by an HPA instructor and with horses from a certified riding school otherwise you […]

  • SUPA

    SUPA Polo Players

    SUPA Polo Players. The Schools and Universities Polo Association works to introduce young people to polo. Founded in 1991 by five senior schools and later associating with two universities, SUPA expanded as a members association to include other Universities in 1994 and invited seven Junior (Prep) Schools to join in 1994. In 2005 SUPA was […]