polo pony

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n polo pony a small agile horse specially bred and trained for playing polo
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Usage

In literature:

They delight in the game as much as a polo-pony.
"The Round-up" by John Murray and Marion Mills Miller
King was a polo pony from St. Louis, and Prince a many-gaited love-horse from Pasadena.
"The Human Drift" by Jack London
It is as though a polo-pony, breaking loose, ran out to learn the game alone.
"Kim" by Rudyard Kipling
On another occasion she admired a polo pony that had been imported for the stable of the boy Sultan.
"The Lost Road" by Richard Harding Davis
Now a polo-pony is like a poet.
"The Day's Work, Volume 1" by Rudyard Kipling
The polo pony knew it as a matter of course.
"Nerves and Common Sense" by Annie Payson Call
His studs and kennels and strings of polo ponies were famous.
"Angel Island" by Inez Haynes Gillmore
Imagine the fat pink-and-white youth on a polo pony!
"The Honorable Percival" by Alice Hegan Rice
These horses, or "polo ponies," are trained carefully, and a well-trained pony is as essential to good playing as a skilful rider.
"Outdoor Sports and Games" by Claude H. Miller
There were about fourteen entries for our race, several of them from Lamarck, and we all drew for polo ponies lent from the Brigade.
"Fanny Goes to War" by Pat Beauchamp
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In news:

Large stables perfect for polo ponies.
El Jockey at Super Linda 109 W Broadway, at Reade St. 212-227-8998 Imagine a place in this town where you could plausibly run into Nacho Figueras, fresh off his polo pony and ready for a stylish cocktail.
The 2nd Annual Scottsdale Polo Championships are this weekend 3TV's Scott Pasmore got up on a pony and gave us a preview.
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