Fancy learning to ride a horse, and thump a ball with a mallet at the same time?
Then join with a programme that introduces school pupils and university students – and older people too if they feel inclined – to polo, the game you probably thought was solely for the rich and famous.
Ten years ago the New Zealand Polo Association (NZPA) initiated a programme called Supa (Schools and Universities Polo Association) to introduce newcomers to the game without having to fund all the necessary equipment, including a pony.
There is no costly outlay unless you progress from the Supa programme to a Canterbury club team.
Read the full article, which featured in The Press newspaper, on 14 March 2012
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