water polo is in the water and pollo uses horses and is on land water polo is in the water and polo is on land and it involves horses.
You use a stick to hit a ball into the goal.
water polo has one cage goal at each side of the pool, each with one goalkeeper. water volleyball has one net in the middle of the pool.
water polo's very dangerous.
They have goalies, a ball, penalties, and player ejections.
A ball is used.
Apart from the fact that you use a stick to hit a ball into a goal, everything.
A couple sports are... * basketball * baseball * ice hockey * field hockey * swimming * ice skating * track(racing) * horse racing * soccer * volleyball
football, cricket, hockey, horse riding
Cross between a male horse and female donkey. Similar to a mule, which is between a female horse and a male donkey.
Pretty sure most can be But maybe things like horse racing? x
A pony is similar to a horse as is a donkey,ass or mule.
Polo was originally called hockey on horseback
The bones are very similar, although a horse's scapula is much larger than most dog scapulas.
There is no differnece at all. All of the breeds of horses and trails are exactly similar and nothing has changed.
The name "hockie" (now Hockey) seems to have been first recorded in Ireland in 1527 and probably comes from the French word "hoquet" meaning "shepherds crook". It's called hockey (Ice or Roller) because it is a variation of Field Hockey (Offical Name Hockey, formally known as Field Hockey). Some also say that in the old days, when hockey was being invented, they had to use the only part of the livestock that they couldn't sell at market, the boney Hock. The Hock is the horse or cow equivelant of our heel. The other more stupid version is that it was going to be called puckie because of the puck. But in one game a hawk flew down and took the puck from the ice because it thought it was a small animal. So they called it "hawk-y" or hockey.