Tag Archives: FIP Snow Polo World Cup

It’s Over

My run of back-to-back World Cups is finally over and as I wrap up in Pattaya, I contemplate what is next. Normally it would be my time to get myself ready to play in the Merdeka League.  But with insufficient … Continue reading

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Ever Upward

We have made through the qualifying games of the Fortune Heights FIP Snow Polo World Cup with very few casualties.  I am happy to report that the horses are holding up very well, but there are a few combatants who … Continue reading

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Snowjob VI

I am back in Tianjin, China, at the Metropolitan Polo Club.  I am running the Fortune Heights FIP Snow Polo World Cup for the sixth time.  And it isn’t any easier.  We haven’t even started and already we have been … Continue reading

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Bring On 2017

As the lights go down on 2016, my wrap-up blog post can go in two directions:  a) it has been a good year, with much achieved, or b) it has been a hard year, with the slowdown in retail in … Continue reading

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On The Road Again

On the road again. Or should I say I’m leaving on a jet plane again.  Three days after the longest flights of my life, from Buenos Aires back to Kuala Lumpur, I am back at KLIA, this time flying to … Continue reading

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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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Malaysia Boleh

The Royal Selangor Polo Club’s tour of Western Australia was very good, not only because they won all their matches away from home, but also because it gave our boys belief that they could do it.  I cannot ever remember … Continue reading

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Chilled

It’s been a hectic few days in Tianjin.  I got into Tianjin in the wee hours of Friday morning.  I caught a few hours of sleep and then I was able to catch up with Metropolitan Polo Club’s Director of … Continue reading

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Uncancelled!

Uncancel that cancellation!  FIP has decided that with their special relationship with their Hon. Vice President Mr Pan Su Tong, that FIP will support the Snow Polo World Cup tournament in Tianjin, China. I am on my way there, from … Continue reading

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Doors

As they say, one door closes and another one opens.  As I head to Pattaya and the semi finals of the Thai Polo Open, instead of to Tianjin and the FIP Snow Polo World Cup, I shall be looking for … Continue reading

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Zip

Unbelievably, I still don’t know if I am going to China or not. Tianjin is trying to revive the FIP Snow Polo World Cup and again the officials were asked to stand by.  I had already cancelled my flights – … Continue reading

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A Great 2016

I had three days in Thailand checking on the HLF and La Sarita horses and managing the grooms and trainers.  The horses, I am happy to say, are generally doing well.  Other than the odd little injury, we think all … Continue reading

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