Tag Archives: SEA Games

More Postponements

With Putrajaya’s field being totally returfed, it will not be playable till the SEA Games. Now the Malaysian Open has been officially postponed.  I should have seen it coming. 

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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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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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Old Pros

Course Designing at the CSI-W Thai Polo show over the weekend allowed me a reunion with N Y Ho that I thoroughly enjoyed.  Ho and I have had very long friendship that goes back to Bukit Timah Saddle Club days … Continue reading

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Polo Boleh

In a week where the newspapers carried stories about how Malaysia’s Youth and Sports Khairy Jamaluddin hopes to become the first sports minister to actually play in the South East Asian Games, the real polo story about Malaysian players has … Continue reading

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Singapore Sling

I agreed to play for Singapore yesterday in their practice match at the Festival of Polo, only because Keith Yeo could not make it for the practice.  I really had too much to do and shouldn’t played, but Singapore needed … Continue reading

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KL Ladies Outplayed

The KL Ladies team that played at the North Polo Club at Pulilan, Philippines were cleverly outplayed off and on the field.  Supposed to be a ladies game, the Filipino hosts chose to field a +1 goal male player in … Continue reading

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Foolhardy

In the ECM/PE tradition of April Fool’s Day posts, I was tempted to write a piece on the running of the 2017 SEA Games equestrian and polo sports being privatised to a local company to run.    

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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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At NSF

Natasha and I took advantage of a quiet day to drive up to Ipoh to visit our Furkids at the National Stud Farm.  It has been a year since we were last there.  Nata’s colt, Winston, is almost two, and … Continue reading

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SEA Tour

I’m on a bit of a South East Asian tour at the moment.  I was in Singapore to talk to government agencies and sponsors about City Polo Singapore.  Today I am in Pattaya for the final of the 12-goal Thai … Continue reading

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