All photo galleries have been deleted; hope you enjoyed my polo photography over the years.
Just a reminder that the Polo Photo site will be closing down in a few weeks time. When it goes, so will all the photos! So this is your last chance to acquire those images of you performing at Polo Escape over the last three seasons.
Go here to view the photos.
I am offering a discount of 20% on all purchases (excluding shipping) between now and the 30th September. Just use the code PE20 when you check out to receive this discount.
This site will be closing down in October 2013. All the photos currently available here, covering three seasons of the action from Polo Escape, will be deleted.
If you have played at Polo Escape during the last three seasons and have not yet obtained a photographic record of your achievements (or otherwise) on the polo field; now would be a good time to obtain some memories to impress your grandchildren in the years to come. You can order prints of various sizes, assorted merchandise, or perhaps easiest of all, just download the original photo and keep it for printing or display as you wish.
As a farewell gesture, I am offering a discount of 20% on all purchases (excluding shipping) between now and the 30th September. Just use the code PE20 when you check out to receive this discount.
I will not be photographing at Polo Escape next season, so if you want a top-quality image of yourself or your loved one in action; go to the site today and grab it before it is gone!
Three teams battled over three days for the Easter Cup at Polo Escape. By the end of the second day, the winner had already been decided; with the Hot Cross Buns winning all of their matches; although their riders sportingly tried to give other teams a chance by falling off their horses on a regular basis.
The Candy Eggs took second place, with the Extreme Pain Inflicters, sorry, that should read the Marshmallow Bunnies, in third place.
After the polo, assorted children were set loose hunting Easter eggs. This was very popular and the kids would have liked to have had all the eggs hidden again; but instead they just ate them.
A good time was had by all. I will advise when all the photos from the event are available for viewing.
Five teams contested the Golden Snake Tournament. After three days of play, the final was between the Vipers and the Cobras, with the Vipers coming out on top.
Particularly welcome was a Chinese team, complete with a very vociferous group of supporters!
A good time was had by all, both on and off the field. Some sample photos below, I will let you know when all have been processed for viewing.