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In May, Markle watched proudly from the sidelines as Harry participated in a charity polo match.
Tuck your polo in, forgo the belt (button side tabs keep you from dropping trou) and display the colorful grosgrain strip in the back.
Under Armour will also cover up to $10,000 in product for the men’s basketball golf outing, including hats, polos, T-shirts and golf balls.
Many of the horses were hunters, barrel racers, track racers and polo players, and some were pets just for pleasure.
Not so many years ago, there were three other polo fields.
Founded in 1911, the Grosse Pointe Hunt Club originally encompassed polo field and paddocks along a dirt road that included a cattle barn.
McKechneay, 86, is a multi-talented sports athlete who throughout his life has been an accomplished golfer, tennis player, polo player, and even a parachutist.
The smooch happened outside the polo fields on a parking lot.
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Origin and Etymology of polo
First Known Use: 1872See Words from the same year
POLO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of polo for English Language Learners
: a game played by two teams of four players who ride horses while using long mallets to hit a wooden ball into a goal
POLO Defined for Kids
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