‘Crosse’ Your Horse Passion with Polo

.:EQUUS:. Archive on February 9, 2009, 0:53


Developed in Australia in 1939, Polocrosse is a combination of polo, lacrosse and netball. It’s comprised of six players and their horse per team with 3 players from each team playing at one time.

Unlike Polo, Polocrosse only requires one horse per team member and this can be any type of horse. Gear needed includes a saddle, bridle, bell boots, bandages, helmet and a Polocrosse Racquet. Australia was the winner of the Polocrosse World Cup in 2003 and 2007, this sport now being played around the world by both male and female players of varying ages.

The Polocrosse Association


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