|Tue 9th Jun 2020|
June Issue of Polo Times Out Now!
Packed Knowledge & Feature pages
We can’t believe it is June already! Usually in the June issue of Polo Times, we would be reporting on the start of the UK high goal season which is traditionally marked by The Prince of Wales and Trippetts Challenge, plus coverage of the La Martina Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother’s Centenary Trophy, as well as reporting from across the pond with the World Polo League Beach Polo Cup. However, with competitive polo only just beginning at the end of this week with The Prince of Wales commencing on Friday 12 June, this issue’s Reports pages are eerily empty. Yet, this June issue still has plenty of content for our readers to enjoy.
The man behind the lens, Tony Ramirez of Images of Polo, talks us through some of his favourite polo photos, which must have been a hard choice for him to make given the thousands of images he takes each season! La Martina talk us through their latest technical innovations from Rheon elbow guards to eye-popping umbrellas, we spoke to three players new to polo from Winchester University to find out more about catching the polo bug; with Will Lucas, England International stalwart, as this month’s Passions.
Our Knowledge pages are once again packing a punch, with Lorna Edgar answering your questions on feeding oil; India Parker-Smith delivers her third instalment to help you get fit at polo, Natalie Willcock focuses on shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands in this month’s Yoga for Polo; Rege Ludwig looks at the power in angles,; Andreas Kruger aka the Polodoc look at knee replacements; Equibreed talk us through the next generation of equine reproduction and totally new to our Knowledge pages – Rob Gould introduces us to foraging in polo paddocks, delicious!
On top of all this, the June issue also includes the latest update from the Hurlingham Polo Association and their 2020 Victor and Victrix Ludorum Fixture schedule.
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