Monthly Archives: March 2009

Fabulous Fibercanes

I’ve been playing with Fibercane mallets almost exclusively in the last year.  I really love them because the shafts are lighter than cane, which means I can load the weight of the mallet heads.  I’ve scored some wonderful penalties using … Continue reading

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Jods or Breeches?

At Zack’s Tack I am frequently asked, “What is the difference between jodhpurs and breeches?”  The basic difference is that Jods are ankle length, while breeches finish just below your calf. Jodhpurs are designed to be worn with long boots … Continue reading

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Polo in Pahang

I’m back in Pahang to play with Cameron Highlands vs Jogo Polo in the match for 3rd / 4th place in the Royal Pahang National League Tournament.  We made the three hour drive from Kuala Lumpur this morning, the third … Continue reading

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Coordination, Cooperation

As the coordinator of the RMPA Polo Leagues, sometimes I have to do a heck of a lot of work to get everything organised.  I’m supposed to coordinate the entry of teams in the leagues, make sure they know the … Continue reading

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Sumana’s Mongol Madness

“On 22 August in the year 2009 twenty-five courageous riders will mount their steeds amidst the ruins of the Great Khaan’s ancient capital Kharkhorin, to face a gruelling 1000 km race across the empty wilderness of Mongolia. This will be … Continue reading

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