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Club Notices

Notice to Member

Singapore Polo Club has updated the Bye-Laws with effect from 26 November 2015

Click here for details on the change in Bye-Law E.7.

Click here for the latest Bye-Laws

CLOSURE OF POLO FIELD

The polo field is closed from 7th December 2015 for annual maintenance and will reopen on 15th February 2016. During this ‘off season’ period, there will be no polo lessons or stick & ball on the polo field.

 

The field is expected to be opened for stick & ball practice commencing Tuesday 16th February 2016 and practice chukkas will resume on Tuesday, 1st March 2016.

 

The polo stable yards will also be closed on the following dates due to the Christmas and New Year public holidays:

New Year’s Eve, 31st DEC (closed after 10 am)

New Year’s Day, 1st JAN (closed)

 

As the polo stable yards will only be manned by a skeleton crew, any members who wish to ride during the above public holidays are expected to tack and shower their own horse(s).

 

POSTED 24th NOVEMBER 2015

ALI NAMAZIE

POLO CAPTAIN

The Club Management

NOTICE TO ALL POLO PLAYERS

 

Prevailing adverse atmospheric conditions are exacerbating the haze situation and causing a fairly serious problem with air quality. All polo players are therefore asked to note as well as adhere to the guidelines set out below.

 

3-hour PSI level

Below 100

101 to 120
(unhealthy)

121 to 150
(unhealthy)

Above 150
(very unhealthy)

Polo

To proceed as normal

PSI>100: Polo cancelled

PSI > 120: & Ball and/or Polo lessons cancelled

Walking Only for polo ponies; players advised to wear surgical or other appropriate face masks

Stick & Ball or schooling in an Arena

100< PSI < 120:Stick & Ball and/or Polo lessons permitted.

 

Obviously, horses will need to be exercised i.e. at minimum walked out at least twice a day, but polo players/riders need to be very mindful not to overdo their horse’s exertion especially once the 3 hour PSI level hits 100.

 

For more detailed information and advice you may wish to consult the NEA website (www.nea.gov.sg), the haze microsite (www.haze.gov.sg) or NEA Twitter (@NEAsg), or download the myENV app to monitor the PSI level.

 

POSTED 9th SEPTEMBER 2015

ALI NAMAZIE

POLO CAPTAIN

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