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If applicable, what's the highest handicap you have held?
What's your preferred playing position(s)?
Where's your favourite Polo destination?
Polocrosse, animals, friends, enjoy life,
What's your favourite mallet brand?
What's your favourite Polo book?
Polo by Jilly Cooper
What's the secret to improving your Polo game?
With easy to understand explanations and visual guides, one of the world's leading coaches, Claire Tomlinson, the highest ever handicapped female player, shows how everyone can improve their play by going right back to basics. She is joined by David Morley, one of the HPA's most respected coaches. This programme will enable polo players to progress to a level where safe, fast and exhilarating polo is achieveable for everyone.
Introduction - An overview of the game. The rider's equipment. The pony's tack. The pony's conformation
Stickwork - Holding the stick. The plane of the swing. The wooden horse. Practice on the pony. Common faults
Riding for Polo - The principles. The half seat. Stopping and turning. The lesson
The Game - The right of way. Playing out of defence. Attacking play. Common fouls and faults. Taking a penalty
Where do you work and what's your role?
What other interests do you have aside from Polo?
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