Monthly Archives: January 2009


Maybe I’m back, maybe I’m not.  My play on Friday  in the Thailand Equestrian Federation Cup at Thai Polo in Pattaya was very poor.  I’m back in as much as I can ride and I can hit.  I know how … Continue reading

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Teaching Jumping

It’s been a few years since I last jumped competitively, and I find that I am almost forgotten as a jumping rider.  Some people don’t forget me and once in a while I am asked to give riders a lesson.  … Continue reading

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Old Friendships

Finally, I made a return to the region’s top class polo on Tuesday, playing a match in the Thai Polo Open.  It marked a full six months out of competitive polo after that fall.  I played on Tuesday for BRDB-Elevation, … Continue reading

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Walk, Trot and Canter

I was reading an article about a clinic that is being organised in America by George Morris.  He is one of the few truly legendary horseman the world has seen in the last 50 odd years, as a rider, trainer, … Continue reading

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I finally found a horseback sport that I have never seen or tried before.    It is called yabusame, the sport of the samurai.

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Resolutions ’09

2009 is shaping up to be a great year of polo.  We have loads of tournaments to play in, and I’ve already penned nine big ones in for the first eight months of the year.  I’ll be playing the National … Continue reading

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