Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on May 30, 2011 at 4:53 — No Comments
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Una de las inquietudes más comunes de los nuevos jugadores de nuestra clínica es el tema del revés hacia adelante, el tiro más temido y el más débil. En primer lugar, por qué decimos que es el más débil? En realidad cuando se ejecuta correctamente, es un tiro potente, en general lo hacemos más débil porque cargamos toda la responsabilidad en el brazo. Pero si hacemos una buena rotación de hombros y cadera combinado con el paso del caballo concentraremos mayor potencia en el…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on May 17, 2011 at 23:59 — No Comments
Learn polo in Argentina and there's no messing around. If you can ride you'll be put straight on a pony, polo stick in hand. At Palo Alto Polo you will be under the watchful eyes of Leo and Georgie - who only reinforce the assumption that all Argentine polo players are both charming and handsome. A day at the ranch will take the form of stick and ball (hitting a ball around the polo field) in the morning, and if you're up to it, chukkas in the afternoon. Hitting the ball at…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on May 16, 2011 at 23:38 — No Comments
Polo and Tennis in Buenos Aires, Argentina
October, November and December is a great time of the year to enjoy the best Polo in one of the most cosmopolitan cities in South America.
Mark your calendar for the Best Polo Tournaments in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Added by Juan on May 14, 2011 at 0:36 — No Comments
About 40 minutes drive west outside Buenos Aires in the unassuming town of Pilar you'll find a large concentration of polo clubs, for this is where the best players have stables. But polo is played all over Argentina, so for a true taste of country-style polo head west through Buenos Aires province to Palo Alto Polo Club, near the village of Open Door with vast open spaces and endless horizons.
Palo Alto Polo Club is a typical Argentine ranch where…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on May 13, 2011 at 1:49 — No Comments
Three of the most prestigious tournaments take place from October to December in Buenos Aires at Tortugas, the Hurlingham Club and - the most prestigious of them all - the Argentine Polo Association. In the elegant district of Palermo, you'll find the Campo Argentino de Polo. These hallowed fields are to polo what Maracana stadium in Rio is to football. The Argentine Polo Open is in full swing now and the world's finest teams are competing, with top names including the…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on May 12, 2011 at 5:30 — No Comments
Palo Alto Polo are pleased to sing a joint venture agreement whit D.A.A.R a sport school dedicated to provide fitness services & training. Its head manager: Maria Laura Rossolini is one of the most popular trainers in Buenos Aires with a client list that includes various celebrities and athletes. She is the founder of D.A.A.R, has been a fitness reference for many others coachs, she was Argentinian Swimmer of…Continue
Added by Palo Alto Polo Club on May 11, 2011 at 0:04 — No Comments
Hello to everyone!
I am currently staying in Qatar. could anyone please tell me the nearest polo club? Thanks Todd
Added by Todd Watson on May 9, 2011 at 3:02 — No Comments
Rejoingnez le groupe des membres d'Esprit Polo pour échanger des informations sur les tournois à Apremont et ailleurs, rechercher des partenaires pour compléter une équipe, céder ou échanger des cours ou du matériel, trouver un covoiturage, etc... Tout ce qui peut nous faciliter la vie "d'accros" du Polo. Le groupe vous attend!
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Added by KASHA Marie on May 8, 2011 at 3:51 — No Comments
Hi I will be taking horses from Texas to MA end of may I have room for three I am flexible in my route
Let me know
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