The Polo Blog is now on Pinterest

Hello fellow polo lover!

Since we spend a lot of our time snapping pictures of ‘polo in motion’ and sharing them on this site we thought it would be a really great idea to join Pinterest, where we can share more pictures and create galleries using other people’s photos.

Have a look at some of our first boards on Pinterest by clicking on the links below:

Great Polo Players from around the World

Amazing Polo Grounds from around the World

Different kinds of polo

We plan to add more players and polo fields to our existing boards, so let us know who you would like to add, either by adding your comments below or on Pinterest. And if you have got a great idea for a board let us know about that too!

The story behind the unfinished Polo Stadium in Sicily


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Being avid polo lovers we always try to combine trips abroad with different polo matches around the world, and when a trip earlier this year took us to the beautiful island of Sicily, we were not expecting to experience anything … Continue reading

Jodie Kidd petitions to reinstate Polo in the Olympics

The London Olympics kicked off this week and living in London we have, of course, been looking very much forward to this event – a great showcase for the city and for Great Britain.

But when looking through the many Olympic disciplines one is conspicuous by its non-appearance; we are, of course, talking about the wonderful game of Polo! Having been excluded since The Games in Berlin in 1936, where Argentina went on to win 11-0 against England in the deciding game, no polo match has ever taken place as part of the Olympics – but this might  all be about to change.

Jodie Kidd, the ambassador for MINT Polo in the Park, is campaigning to get polo back in the Olympic programme. Earlier this year, as the teams were drawn for the MINT competition, the former model and polo player was making a great effort to gain awareness of the fact that polo is still not an Olympic sport.

We wish her the very best of luck! Shame that there is no Polo on the Olympic programme in London but maybe there is an opportunity for 2016 in Brazil where golf and rugby are already set to return.