polo pony


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Noun1.polo pony - a small agile horse specially bred and trained for playing polopolo pony - a small agile horse specially bred and trained for playing polo
Equus caballus, horse - solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
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PRINCE Harry has had a dramatic fall from his polo pony as he played in a South African fundraising match - then lost his seating a second time as the event came to an end.
1990: The Prince of Wales was recovering after surgeons operated for the second time on his right arm, broken when he fell from his polo pony.
Mare Ruhana of 61 Cavalry, ridden by Rathore, was adjudged the best polo pony and Chauhan was adjudged the most valuable player of the tournament.
She's still in her pink team polo shirt, designed by Ralph Lauren for the tournament (now in its second year), having minutes before dismounted her polo pony and gathered her team together for a few photos.
1990: The Prince of Wales was recovering after surgeons operated on his right arm, broken when he fell from his polo pony.
Other items included VIP tickets to the next Global Gift Gala with Eva in Merbella, Spain ($45,000); an Argentinian polo pony ($14,000) and a pair of gold sunglasses ($12,000).
LAST ONE Ben Fogle catches up with a polo pony who doesn't want to be tamed, a fisherman hoping his first day back at sea will bring home a decent haul, and an army of grape pickers at a vineyard.
ON TOT FORM: She smiles as she sits on polo pony yesterday
We also meet Rob who is setting up Dorset's first polo club and trying to turn a racehorse called Victor into a polo pony.
Olympic uniforms, which include a navy blue beret and double-breasted blazer, a classic-fit white shirt with the familiar Ralph Lauren polo pony logo, white flat-front trousers and a red-striped navy blue silk tie for the men.
If you need your polo pony to go forward, just move your right hand forward, to stop, pull it to your face, if you pull to your stomach the horse will go backwards.