Monthly Archives: June 2009

“SHATTERED!” in POLO (PLAYERS’ EDITION) JAN. 2006

                                          AWC’S Slight Revision of Published Story           With six screws and plates in his shattered collarbone, Art Campbell, 61, of the Lakeside Polo Club, is recovering slowly.  More interesting than being tossed over his thoroughbred’s head during solo polo … Continue reading

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Campbell Is Down But Not Out in Polo Tournament!

       Visiting Australia in May, I just missed being able to see Oz’s Makybe Diva, the greatest racehorse (a mare, actually) in the world. But my consolation was coming home and riding my own don’t-say-whoa Thoroughbred mare in the Margarita … Continue reading

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Polo Moment for an Aging Jock

This morning (in April 2009  tossed an aging jock a peak experience in his life of sport.    Writing later in the afternoon, I feel I’ve been tee-boned by an S.U.V.  One week short of turning 65, I’ve gathered in two … Continue reading

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