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  • Kazakhstani children to be taught polo for free (PHOTO)
24 April, 2017 15:21

Kazakhstani children to be taught polo for free (PHOTO)

The Polo Federation of Kazakhstan continues to recruit children aged 9 to 16 years into the Children's Polo Academy on a free basis.
Kazakhstani children to be taught polo for free (PHOTO) | Strategy2050.kz

According to the Federation, in Talgar district of Almaty region the equestrian sport complex under the "Akbulak" joint-stock company held an Open Day.

An exemplary polo game and an excursion to the equestrian complex were organized for the visitors. Also there, parents and children were able to get acquainted with the history and rules of polo.

Vice President of the Polo Federation of Kazakhstan Sarsen Kuranbek said that the training of children riding and playing polo will be free.

"In addition, children will learn skills from the winners of international tournaments and in the future will be able to participate in regional, national and international tournaments", S. Kuranbek said.

On the Day of Open Doors, more than 30 children were registered, whose parents filled out special forms. Currently, the recruitment of children to the Children's Polo Academy continues.

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