Polocrosse players and their horses participate in a wide variety of equestrian activities year-round. In the polocrosse off-season, players use the extra time to wind down or explore other disciplines. Catch up with a few players from around the country about what they did during the polocrosse off-season.
Madison from Tennessee Valley Polocrosse Club spent her winter with her ponies doing holiday parades, foxhunting, trying mounted police training, and desensitizing her new australian stock horse.
Delilah and Madison at a holiday parade.
Dahmer foxhunting with Madison.
Madison and Delilah doing mounted police training.
Modoc working on desensitization.
Summer and Zach Weldon
Summer and Zach geared down for the winter but still did cow sorting and lots of trails with ASH Commander, AQHA BB, and their new gelding Gunz.
BB working cows with Summer.
Zach hacking with Gunz.
Summer and Zach trail riding.
The Poe Family
The Poe family kept busy this winter and we hear that Lilly is working towards big goals this season! The girls hit the trails, practiced vaulting, and did a working equitation clinic.
Lilly and Rogue getting ready for the ‘23 polocrosse season.
Hailey and Lexi on a trail ride.
Working equitation clinic with ponies Lexi and Chex.
Lilly vaulting on OTTB Peaches.