With two of her children recently chosen to be on the Australian team for the Adina Polocrosse World Cup, we spoke to Sara about her love for the Australian Stock Horse, the involvement of her stud in the World Cup, and why she chooses to lend some of their best horses to strangers.
Suzette Thomas’ first memory of polocrosse was watching her dad, granddad and uncles play in the back paddock of the family farm in Boddington, Western Australia. Horses and riding had always been a big part of life on the farm, so it only seemed natural that their chosen sport would involve the much-loved animal.
Iconic Australian watch brand, Adina, has partnered with the 2019 Polocrosse World Cup as the naming rights sponsor.
Like the toughness, skill, finesse and superior quality of a World Cup polocrosse player, Adina’s watches are designed and assembled with extreme attention to detail to withstand the rigours of the Australian lifestyle and harsh conditions of the outback, while exuding style, quality and superior technology.
The ‘No Vacancy’ signs will be out in force in Warwick and surrounding towns during the Adina Polocrosse World Cup in April 2019, with many accommodation providers already at capacity.
With the Adina Polocrosse World Cup 2019 in April now just 10 months away, work is progressing well on sourcing the 180 horses required for the prestigious event.
A lesson learned at the 2007 World Cup is that a solid B- to C-grade horse can turn into magic when paired with a world-class player.
Learn about the benefits to horse owners for lending their horse.
The Polocrosse Association of Australia has announced the country’s ten most elite players who will make up the Australian Polocrosse Squad, all of whom will vie for one of eight spots on the Polocrosse World Cup 2019 team, the Aussieroos.