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polo pony

not a breed but a type of horse adapted for playing polo. The majority are Argentinian thoroughbreds, and well over 15 hands high. They have a typical wiry quality, like Australian Stock horses and American and Canadian Cutting horses.
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The 4 affected polo ponies had all been imported from Argentina.
Packer, 68, owned the best team of polo ponies in Australia and had been a keen player.
Romanians of newly acquired means could come here and see their small-screen dreams come to life, ride polo ponies, even fire off a gun or two.
TEAMING UP: Royal Leamington Spa Polo Club hospitality director manager, Nigel Langstone, and Carrick Group co-founder, Sally Carrick, with one of the polo ponies
She is quite a good rider and her family breed polo ponies.
Susan and her husband, Bobby Kohler, a horse trainer and player for 30 years, own a ranch southwest of Castle Rock where Kohler trains as many as 15 polo ponies at a time.
He maintained a stable of eight polo ponies in Rome where he lived most of his life.
Moreover, there appears no likelihood that 355 acre land in Surrey was purchased for stud farm, and that 63 loose boxes for polo ponies must have been allowed only on a portion of that big and vast land and if Sunday Express has not exaggerated, why indoor swimming pool in a mansion containing nine rooms.
Horses around the world--from the polo ponies of Argentina to Russian thoroughbreds--may carry a serious parasitic blood disease called equine babesiosis.
These figures don't include some 3,000 lambs and 31,000 sheep exported for breeding purposes, or 126 racehorses, saddle horses, jumpers and polo ponies bound for foreign destinations.