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By: Sal Young
Derived from the Tibetan word "Pulu", meaning ball, Polo is a time-honored tradition that got its name from the Tibetans that played the game in ancient times during what is thought to be the origins of the game itself. Although the exact dates of origin...
By: Marco Angioni II
Polo is a played between two teams of four. Each player rides a horse and attempts to score goals on the opposing team by using a long-handled mallet to hit a white, plastic ball through an eight-yard wide goal. The polo field is 300 yards...
By: Jeff Parsons
For thousands of years, polo was the game of the elite class, essentially, those who were skillful, lucky or rich enough, owned a horse, and, were invited to compete in prestigious events. This competition was often a practical assessment of finely-honed military skills, but, over...

 

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