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 it was ready for launch. 

As I said in the article, “… it is still a work in progress.  Other factors may be added.   I’m sure it will continue to evolve, in a good way.  We are not saying this is the definitive ranking system, but at the moment it is the only one around.”

Right now, I’m hyped.  I’ve had a few months pandering to my geek needs, immersed in a swarm of multi-linked excel spreadsheets.  Now it is out there.

There are going to be critics who will argue the various factors and points allocations.   While I have devised the system, I will listen to anyone who has practical criticism on how to improve PEPPR.  As I said, it is a work in progress.

There are going to be players who think they are worth more than they are ranked.  I hope you see it as a challenge to work your way up the rankings.

To work this system, you have to play polo.  Read that line again.

About Peter Abisheganaden

Most people don't know the range of things I have done. So here is a synopsis of who I am. Polo Player and Polo Administrator. FEI International Course Designer. NCAS Instructor. Course Presenter for FEI, FIP, RMPA and EAM. FIP Ambassador and FIP Tournament Director of FIP Snow Polo World Cup and FIP Super Nations Cup. Former World Cup and Asian Games Showjumper. Champion SEA Games Showjumper and Eventer. Champion amateur jockey. Pony Clubber. Polo commentator. Retailer and wholesaler of saddlery and polo equipment and Managing Director of Zack's Tack.
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