polo pony


  1. a small, swift, agile horse specially trained for use in polo.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of polo pony1

First recorded in 1880–85

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Example Sentences

He had to use his mallet to push himself back on board his polo pony, according to a report in today's Daily Express.

There was actually Duchess, his old polo pony whom he had not seen since he sold her three years ago, looking as spry as ever.

Ferrand's coolie spun the cart along at a great rate behind the doctor's best polo pony.

Your father was a schoolboy of fifteen, and one day he saw the most wonderful little girl riding a polo pony out of the Park.

My mind had slid away from my surroundings and had wandered to a polo pony that I couldn't afford and intended to buy anyhow.

He gripped the gray, lifted him round like a polo pony, and drove him back to the angry man.


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