Monthly Archives: December 2013

Next – China

I have been appointed FIP’s Tournament Director for the Fortune Heights FIP Snow Polo World Cup.  This is my third appointment to this great tournament.  I am deeply honoured to be entrusted with it.  It has grown considerably in stature … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

As I wind down from an amazing, wonderful year, I again want to share these Christmas Carols played by father, Alex Abisheganaden.  Dad will be 87 in January and still plays and teaches the guitar and ukelele.  I first posted … Continue reading

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SEA Games 2013 – Done

The courses worked really well and I look like a star.  To finish a championship with a clear winner on double clear rounds, and two riders jumping off for silver and bronze was the perfect result for a course designer.   … Continue reading

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Last Day

Just a quick post to let everyone know what is being planned for this morning’s individual finals at the 27th South East Asian Games.  Yesterday’s teams class went very well, and as a course designer I was pleased.  The course … Continue reading

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On The Limit

The showjumping at the 27th South East Asian Games at Naypyitaw, Myanmar, will start tomorrow with the teams 2-round competition.  It will be followed on Wednesday morning with the individual final.  Riders got a trial ride yesterday afternoon on their … Continue reading

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OTT Thoroughbred BPP in Argy Open

Did you know that the horse ‘Chocolate’ that Adolfo Cambiaso played and won the Best Playing Pony in the Argentine Open this year is an off-the-track Thoroughbred?  It was bred in California and bought off the track by Ken Berry … Continue reading

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On The Road

Like the world travellers we are (!), we got back to Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, only to make a run to Singapore on Friday as my father went to hospital with a bum knee after a fall.  He is recovering, … Continue reading

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Ozzing Around

The rest of our Gold Coast leg was as enjoyable.  After a really fun day at Wet n Wild, we were met for dinner by Trish Braithwaite and her partner Jason Malouin.  Trish spent many years in Malaysia and a … Continue reading

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G’day Mate

The family holiday is amazing.  It has been two years since we last took a family vacation, and this time we chose Australia.  Natasha is a member of World Ventures, and so when a Dream Trip to the Gold Coast … Continue reading

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