In the equestrian sport of polo the object of the game is to move the polo ball down-field, hitting it through the goal for a score.
Polo is an equestrian team sport, usually played outdoors, with four polo players on each team, 3 for indoor polo.
A polo field is 300 yards long and 160 yards wide, the largest field in organized sport.
A polo match lasts about two hours and is divided into 6 timed periods of 7½ called chukkers.
During half time, spectators go onto the field to participate in a social tradition called divot stomping.
Your job is to stay at a gallop, get your polo pony in line with the ball, and either pass it ahead to a teammate, or carry the ball down the field for an attempt at goal.
A game first played in Persia/Iran at dates given from the 5th century BC, or much earlier, to the 1st century AD and originated there. Polo was at first a training game for cavalry units, usually the king's guard or other elite troops.
Ancha polo is a polo Team. They mostly play in Dallas, Tx but travel to different states and cities to play.
Ancha Polo is also registered with the United States Polo Association.