Monthly Archives: August 2016

Give A Little

I gave a little to the NZ cause supporting Chele Clarkin, whose home burnt down recently.  Although I have never met Chele, I played with her late husband Paul Clarkin, winning the 1992 Rolex International in Singapore.  She lost a … Continue reading

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Pahang and PEPPR

The Royal Pahang Classic was a very good tournament, and while La Sarita took the maximum league points to keep the RMPA International League mathematically still alive, Thai Polo got their revenge in the Pahang Classic Cup final.

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It was excellent watching 58 year old Nick Skelton win the individual gold at the Rio Olympic Games.  Of course he jumped well, and from the first spot in the jump-off too.  He had the experience to go quick and … Continue reading

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Roaring Pahang

The Royal Pahang Classic got off to a roaring start with two fantastic matches yesterday.  HLF Polo versus Royal Pahang was dramatic match, full of tension, as HLF led 5-0 in the second chukka, only for Royal Pahang to come … Continue reading

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Pokemon Go on Horseback

Pokemon Go has sensationally arrived at the Royal Selangor Polo Club.  Karen Gan and Tinny Lim were caught on camera trying to catch Pokemon on the field in front of the pony lines. 

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Polo 2017

The 2017 calendar is out, and it is a packed one.  It begins with an extended Thai season that includes the FIP World Cup Zone D qualifier, two weeks after the Thai Polo Open.  With the 29th South East Asian … Continue reading

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Salt and PEPPR

I decided to create PEPPR:’s Polo Player Rankings because I thought it was needed.  It creates a status, acknowledges achievements, and creates a bit of hype for the sport.  I have tinkered with it for months till I felt … Continue reading

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I wrote an analysis of who could qualify for the finals of the RMPA Open for  Here it is: RMPA Open perfectly poised at midway.

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