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September 2015
Published on September 30, 2015
Kihikihi Polo Club are extremely proud of the high standard they voluntarily manage their prestigious grounds. The Kihikihi Domain has been the club’s “home” ground since 1946. (Prior to this they played at various venues in the district including Te Awamutu race course. See History page for details) The Kay family played a leading role
Published on September 30, 2015
Kihikihi Polo Club is one of the oldest sports clubs in the Waipa region - “The home of Champions”. Superbly situated right at the centre of “Heartland” polo country, the club have always displayed genuine loyal community pride. They have a sincere desire to promote the community and a deep appreciation of established local support.
Published on September 30, 2015
At Kihikihi Polo Club we encourage everyone to be the best they can. To excel is a quality that is admired, respected and treasured. With the assistance of the country’s top grounds and some of the top breeds of horses, all a player needs is the passion and desire to play the game and the
Published on September 22, 2015
Introduction to the Kihikihi Polo Club Kihikihi Polo Club is one of the oldest polo clubs in the Waikato, being formed in 1892. The Kay family has been involved since it’s inception with the fifth generation of Kay’s playing today. In it’s early days, for reason’s unknown, the press refered to the club as the
Published on September 22, 2015
The Kihikihi Polo Family Kihikihi Polo Club holds Traditional Family Values - The club has an historical generation of polo culture and social values dating back to 1892. The Kay family in particular has been associated with the club since its formation. Andrew Kay, a founder member, had a family of 16 - 10 boys
Published on September 22, 2015
Horse Breeding
Kihikihi players are historically renown for their home horse breeding with generations producing acclaimed polo ponies. To this day, players can generally go back through the family tree of their paricular good line of breeds for many generations and are reluctant to part with a mare that is able to still produce top class progeny.
Published on September 13, 2015
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