He had to use his mallet to push himself back on board his polo pony, according to a report in today's Daily Express.
She and Pippa were last spotted out together at the Jaeger-LeCoultre polo Charity Cup at Ham polo Club in Richmond in June 2009.
William and Harry Play polo: The Royal brothers took a break from the Olympics on Sunday to play polo.
The team became one of the most respected in the country and gave Goodman elite status in the polo world.
Karen Berger, another regular player at Haviland Hollow Farm said the appeal of polo for her is multifaceted.
It was the annual ball of the polo Club, and that was a social function of the first water—in the eyes of the Calford world.
It has greatly diminished since polo's time, while other cities have grown.
polo, which I think nothing of, is the rage amongst gentlemen now.
True, there are the runners and polo ponies at Happy Valley race-course.
He bowed gravely and continued to watch the polo with that marvellously youthful interest which was his.
1872, Anglo-Indian polo, from Balti (Tibetan language of the Indus valley) polo "ball," related to Tibetan pulu "ball." An ancient game in south Asia, first played in England at Aldershot, 1871. Water polo is from 1876 (in early versions players sometimes paddled about on barrels or in canoes). Polo shirt (1892) originally was a kind worn by polo players.