LEARN TO PLAY POLO!
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Greetings!

It's time for our Third Annual "Learn to Play Polo" fundraiser with the Polo Training Foundation, co-sponsored by the Horse Park Polo Club and the Stanford Polo Club.

Learn To Play Polo! Intro to Polo Clinic October, 16 & 17, 2010

Once again, we teamed up with the Horse Park Polo Club and the Polo Training Foundation to bring you an opportunity that can't be missed!

Bring your horse or learn on ours! This year's clinic is focused on bringing youth to polo. We will have sessions dedicated toward introducing you and your horse to polo and sessions for students that wish to learn on an experienced polo horse.

** A limited number of horses will be available for use from the Stanford Polo Club. Contact Joell immediately for information on costs and availability.

email: joell@squarepegfoundation.org or call 650.284-5064

Polo Clinic Details

COST: This is a fundraiser for Square Peg Foundation a $250 donation is suggested

WHEN: Saturday and Sunday October 16 and 17, 2010. Classes will run from 9am until 5pm

WHERE: THE HORSE PARK POLO CLUB ARENA 3674 Sand Hill Road, Woodside, CA

KIDS ( AGE 10 AND OLDER) AND ADULTS ARE BOTH WELCOME. SPACE IS LIMITED REGISTER EARLY VIA EMAIL TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT

Meet the Clinician

Wilbur O'Ferrall is an accomplished umpire and player; Arena Umpire of the Year in 1997, PTF Intercollegiate Player of the Year in 1990, All-American Intercollegiate Polo Player in 1990, and he won four Intercollegiate Pacific Coast Polo Championships.

Wilbur has a unique ability to reach both new and experienced players with challenges that will bring them into the game safely and effectively.

Instructors from Wrightway Polo, our local pro and the West Coast Polo Center will be on hand to answer questions on how to pursue your new polo passion!

Farewell to Willa

Last month, we said goodbye to our dear friend Willa. She was quite possibly in her 30's. She was a fantastic soul and we miss her dearly.

Willa was a regular on the local polo scene for many years. She worked in Erik Wright's Wrightway Polo string and also in the Stanford Polo team and finally retired to Square Peg Ranch. We all loved and will miss this special mare.

The barn is really shaping up! We have lots of plans for building and painting and general improvements. If you can help - don't hesitate to contact us. We need you!

Thank you all for the roles you pay in helping us to turn "I wish" into "I can."

Because when EveryONE Fits, we change the world; one horse, one child at a time.

Humbly,

Everyone fits
Joell Dunlap
Square Peg Foundation

phone: 650.284.5064
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