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Instead of this being the case, very large num- bers of new ponies come under the standard every year; Diovan 320mg for ex- ample, last month at Cirencester over seventy were measured and registered, and a very large number are expected to be offered for measurement in Dublin early in April. It is quite true, of course, that all these ponies will not become polo ponies, but it is, none the less, Alternative To Diovan a sure sign that Purchase Diovan the fact of being qualified for the game is considered by owners and breeders to add to Diovan Prices the value of their animals. Another sign which speaks well for the future welfare of the game is the increasing prosperity of the Polo Pony Society and Diovan Generic Available its consequent greater activity. With a balance at their bankers, head quarters in London, and a fairly well-filled Stud book, the Society seems likely to win increasing support. It is true that Cheap Diovan polo players have held somewhat aloof, but it is not, of course, primarily to them that the Society appeals, but rather to those who supply the market in which the players create the demand. As soon as the Society can show polo men that they are really bringing within their reach the animal they want, all except the butterfly players will doubtless join the Diovan Alternative Society. One achievement the Society has to Diovan Alternatives its credit is that the right sort of mare can be and has been Diovan 40 Mg produced. Of these, Shy Lass, Confidential and Oh My, are standing examples. The problem still to be solved is that of the Diovan Generic Name stallions. There are two now which will be at the service of breeders. There is Rosewater, the champion pony. Lord Polo and Sandiway both are smart ponies, and should suit long- reachy mares nearly clean bred. The great difficulty which hitherto has' hindered real progress in polo pony breeding has been the want of permanence in the efforts made. It would be a good thing if the Polo Pony Society would form a small experimental stud farm Novartis Diovan which would enable us to pass from theory to Diovan Tablet practice and de- termine the value of the various strains of pony blood and of in- breeding, in order to keep down the size, and whether Arab blood should be introduced and in what proportion. It would be particu- larly interesting to note which of the English breeds of ponies the Society has taken under its wing might Cost Of Diovan be utilised with best advan- tage to form a foundation stock from which to develop by judicious 1899.] THE COMING POLO SEASON. H selection and out crosses the polo pony of the future. In the mean- time, we shall have to fill up the gaps in the stalls of our polo pony stables with some of the Ameri- cans, which can, without doubt, be imported at a reasonable profit. These reflections will not be without some advantage Diovan Discount or at- traction to those players, present or future, who are wondering how to mount themselves. On the question as to the supply of good ponies at a reasonable price the future of the game depends. But from this topic it is time we turned to the actual play which is promised us. The Wimbledon and Crystal Palace Clubs will open their gates early in the season and their pro- grammes will doubtless come to hand in time. Under the man- agement of Mr. T. Drybrough and Captain F. Herbert they should be able to arrange for some good matches, yet no new clubs can hope to com- pete with the Diovan Novartis great contests of the season — the Inter -Regi- mental and Champion Cup at Hurlingham, the Hunt Cup and Subaltern's Tournament at Rane- lagh, and the County Polo Asso- ciation's Cup, which, later in the season will be a great draw for some one of our county clubs. The two preliminary programmes issued by Hurlingham and Rane- lagh with friendly rivalry {vide Field of Diovan Tablets March nth) are full of interesting items and promise much interesting play. Never- theless, it is to be hoped that in their desire to provide attractive matches for the spectators the managers will not forget the in- terests of the second-class players which are the interests of polo, and therefore of the clubs them- selves. No one who really cares for polo wishes to see the same set of players in various combina- tions perpetually. A new player of promise is always an object of very great interest, and unless the managers give these players, who are as yet unknown, sufficient chance, how can their capacities be known ? The managers at Ranelagh have always been alive to the necessity for the encourage- ment of new and comparatively inexperienced players. The Gen- eral Committee of the Hurling- ham Club have, during the past autumn, given us an evidence of the importance they attach to polo. Captain Egerton Greene and Mr. St. Quintin are both well-known to the polo men at large and are both experienced as Diovan 40mg players, and thus the General Manager, as well as the polo Secretary, will have the interests of the game at heart. The Hurlingham Committee, however, would certainly command more confidence if they adopted the now almost universal system of retirement by rotation so as to receive an influx of new bk/od and new ideas. 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