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The King of sports - The sport of Kings.

Polo is the oldest game in the world. It is also the most prestigious game - certainly on horseback, perhaps in a much wider sense. It has always been the game of kings, princes - and nowadays of presidents - and at its highest level attracts a glittering following of enthusiasts. Unlike many sports, polo is played somewhere in the world all the year round - from England to Argentina, from the USA to Switzerland (yes, there is snow polo), from Indonesia to the Gulf. At some given time eight men, eight ponies and a ball are playing the game of their lives.

PQ International is the only polo Magazine that captures the panache, the zest, the attraction of the game. Every quarter, 128 colour pages offer up-to-date news & views. It is read by subscribers worldwide - over 70 countries at the latest count - and brings them polo in all its nuances - the game, the players, the camaraderie, the celebrations.

Children's Polo.

No age is too young for an introduction to polo! . If you want to do it, someone with experience will happily show you how! Wise old players look after, teach, protect and encourage the young (now that's riders and ponies were talking about here). Yes! Children world-wide are having great fun, galloping through the long sunny days of their childhood hitting (and having) a ball. Is there a better way to grow up?

Left: Memo Gracida (unseen) gives advice to Alex Matz


Polo News

The Young Scotland Polo Team 2000
Polo Handicap Changes 2000
Avendano 2000.
Palm Beach Children's Polo Tournament, February 2000
Report. By Equiworld boss John Crawford.

Pony Club Polo Newsletter 1999
Polo Tours Abroad for The Young Polo Player from Scotland


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Updated: October 2005.