polo mallet


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Noun1.polo mallet - a mallet used to strike the ball in polopolo mallet - a mallet used to strike the ball in polo
mallet - a sports implement with a long handle and a head like a hammer; used in sports (polo or croquet) to hit a ball
stick - a long implement (usually made of wood) that is shaped so that hockey or polo players can hit a puck or ball
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His emphasis, by the way, and he goes on to say, "And with that in mind there is something else you really ought to consider: there is nothing available at the pharmacy that will ease the depression of a bad day on a horse with a polo mallet.
The blog also offers instructions on how to build a bike polo mallet, and even how to modify a bicycle for the sport.
He was just 11 months old when he first grabbed at a polo mallet.
Following HRH Prince Harry's recent visit to Abu Dhabi - swinging his polo mallet for the crowds at Ghantoot Racing & Polo Club for the Sentebale Polo Cup, British Polo Day keeps the British polo 'buzz' alive across the region.
The man in question was now racing down the field on a chestnut horse, his polo mallet skilfully guiding the ball towards the Jodhpur team's goal post.
The handler steers the animal, directed by the player who tries to score by hitting the ball with a 7ft polo mallet.
The idea of riding one while trying to wield a polo mallet, filled me with some trepidation.
After scoring the winning goal, Prince William was presented with a mini polo mallet for his nearly two-week-old son, George.
Audi UK director Martin Sander presented the 31-year-old William with a mini polo mallet for his newborn son.
uk Polocrosse THE sport was developed in Australia in the 1930s but the concept was invented in England by the National School of Equitation who replaced polo mallet heads with squash racquet heads for a training exercise.
Give it a go, pick up a polo mallet and learn how to successfully ride and steer the camels.