Monthly Archives: May 2011

Blogging the World Cup

Running the FIP Polo World Cup Asian-Australasian-African Championships (Zone D Play-offs) is the biggest thing I am doing this year.  So I thought I would blog it for you all.  I will try to give you insights into my days, … Continue reading

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Final Nail

The oldies got challenged by the young turks.  The new generation, growing tired of the uncle’s ramblings, have challenged us to a match.  Ameer Jumabhoy, Ali Jumabhoy, Ang Roon Kai and Waqas Khan have challenged the old Rebels, Yeo Kuo … Continue reading

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No Comeback

A few days ago I was offered the rides on not one but two Youth Olympic Games showjumpers.  My eccentric friend Yeo Kuo Lee is a bit of a philanthropist when it comes to horses, so when Alloria Thomas and … Continue reading

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State of Play

The Malaysian Open is always a hectic time and this year’s was no less. Playing for the Head Hunters, I got 1 full game and substituted for Yeo Kuo Lee on two other occasions.  It was really cool to be … Continue reading

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