They have been referred to as "Ponies" but are actually horses. Average size between 15 and 15.2 hands. Most common breeds are thoroughbred and appendix and quarter-horse.
English style saddle without knee rolls to allow rider to have more mobility.
Required for all Players and Umpires for protection while participating.
Polo Ponies have their mane clipped to avoid interference with the reins
Most polo mallets are made of bamboo. They can vary in length from 49" to 54" and are made to player's preferences.
Personalized to each Pony and player preference. Every Pony has a certain bit that will help them be successful.
Reins used to bring the Ponies head in for quick maneuvers.
Used to keep the players saddle from slipping back on the Polo Pony
Covers the knees above the boots to protect from bumps and any contact with the ball.
Tall boots that protect the player from bumps and contact from the ball.
Used for support and protection for the Polo Pony
Protects from interference with the mallet.