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  • Polo Match

    Melanie Fraser wipes down her horse after playing in a preliminary game at the Knox Memorial Cup Polo Match festivities. Polo requires a strong bond between horse and rider.

     

Posted: Wednesday, July 25, 2018 3:30 am

I have lived less than a couple miles from the Knox Farm State Park stables for most of my life. And I have never been to a polo match. I know, it is shocking, but I suspect there are a lot of people in East Aurora like me.

But that all changed on Sat., July 21, when I attended the Knox Memorial Cup Polo Match and Champagne Brunch, organized by The Stables at Knox, Inc. led by event chairman and President of The Stables at Knox Board, John M. Hatcher.

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