Polo Lifestyles now publishing multiple editions each month
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Polo Lifestyles is a monthly modern luxury publication curated
around the jet-set and glamorous world of professional polo.

November 27, 2019

The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships: Horses & Horsepower, presented by Talking Stick Resort, wrapped up its 9th year with 11,139 attendees and another year of victorious teams, exciting upsets, event firsts and increased ticket revenues. 
The day kicked off with the U.S. Air Force Team defeating the U.S. Marines 5-3 in the General George S. Patton Tournament presented by Safeway Albertsons and Sanderson Lincoln.
That was quickly followed by...

October 30, 2019

While practicing self-discipline can help you overcome challenges and resist temptation, it may not be the best course of action for those periods of self-doubt. 
When you reach a point at which you question your every move, your self-discipline may help you remain afloat, but it will become progressively more challenging to stay the course because you have lost the bigger picture. 
Therefore, it is important to understand your purpose. That way,...

October 30, 2019

Having a six-pack is arguably the most sought-after goal in the fitness industry today. 
Unfortunately, the mere thought of a ripped stomach leaves individuals falling short of properly training their midsection. 
The core is often thought of and referred to as “the abs.” 
In truth, abdominals only cover the front part of the stomach and makeup merely a portion of the core. The core is a combination of the abdominals, which cover the front part of...

October 30, 2019

“Consider those who point out your faults your most benevolent Teachers.”
-Lao Tzu, The Dao de Jing


In last month’s column, I discussed the astrological event called Saturn Return, which affects most people right around their late 20s to early 30s. 
This time coincides with a threshold that most adults cross at this point in their lives , one when our ideas of who we are begin to take hold and life’s responsibilities and our needs for self-discipl...

October 30, 2019

The harvest is finished, the last grapes are picked and hurriedly transported to the winery, and the vineyards are exasperated from months of labor and the burden of fruit-bearing. 
All the while, golden leafage begins to fall to the ground. It is time for the vines to rest and to slowly transition into the peaceful months of winter dormancy to recharge their vitality. 
But the wine maker's job is far from over,  it is time to make some wine from...

October 30, 2019

It is just after 2 p.m. on a miserable autumn afternoon in London’s east end when I rock up to Autograph ABP. I cannot help but laugh to myself in bemusement as I pass an endless stream of fellow Londoners seeking refuge under the awnings of local cafes and restaurants to escape the relentless beating of the rain. 
I laugh partially, of course, because, for me, it is London’s precariousness that makes her so faithful to those who know her well. Na...

October 30, 2019

Fall is settling in for many of us, including here in Santa Fe, New Mexico. For much of the summer, I had dutifully kept my hummingbird feeders full, as well as other feeders with various seed, to accommodate and support the many feathered visitors that call our mountain community home.  
I learned from an early age to appreciate birds. My father, who just turned 93 and lives with me, has been an avid bird watcher his entire life. Nearly every day...

October 30, 2019

When you hear about fashion week, don’t just go in expecting to see the newest collections from the big luxurious fashion houses or to be inspired by the new young designers showcasing their debut collections, instead be ready for a stop-em-in-their-tracks show. 
Chanel is one of those fashion houses that puts on a show whenever they present their collections. Under the vision of Karl Lagerfeld, who held the reins of this luxury brand until his de...

October 30, 2019

In a sport that's been around for centuries, it's unusual to encounter something that hasn't already been tested, tried, proven or failed. 
We talk about tournament organization in regard to the three T's: title, team and trophy sponsors. 
Heritage clubs, in particular, aren't known for mixing up that veritable recipe for success. Why mess with what we know works? That's why I was pleasantly surprised to be introduced to Tara Gray by our mutual ac...

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