Monthly Archives: October 2011

Snowjob!

The FIP World Cup Final was pretty impressive.  Argentina kept their nerve to come from behind to beat a gallant Brazil 12-11 in a very high quality game to win the IX FIP Polo World Championship. Brazil were cool, proud … Continue reading

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The Final Analysis

Gines Bargallo, who was the Horse Master at the FIP World Cup Zone D Play-offs in Malaysia, and I drove from BA to San Luis.  It took us 7 1/2 hours of driving time, apart from a one hour stop … Continue reading

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Where’s The Beef?

I am off to The Argyland tonight to attend the FIP Polo World Cup Final in San Luis and FIP General Assembly in Buenos Aires.  I hope to learn as much as possible organizationally about the World Cup to strengthen … Continue reading

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Raising Hell

My handicap got raised to 2 goals again.  It stunned me.  The last time I was 2 goals was in the 2006 season.  Now at the ripe old age of 51, with a bum knee and all my horses for … Continue reading

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HRH President

You’ll know from my last blog post that Malaysia intends to bid to host the 2014 FIP Polo World Cup Final.   Yes, we have to Raise Our Game.  There is much to be done, and the man to lead us … Continue reading

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Raising Our Game

It looks as if Malaysia will make a bid to host the 2014  FIP Polo World Cup Final.  I’ve been told to go ahead and plan our bid, which we will formalise at the FIP General Assembly on 24th October … Continue reading

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