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Two teams of 3,4 or 5 players compete in a game, and between 20 and 60 horses can be used. It depends on the calibre of the players and the horses. Horses can be changed depending on how tired the horses get during the match.

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Q: How many horses does each polo player have?
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What is a string of polo ponies?

a string of polo ponies is the 7 horses that a polo player plays on during a game.

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What is the term used to describe the 7 horses a polo player uses?

It doesn't have to be 7, does it? maybe I missed something. Anyway, a string of polo ponies??

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