Tagged: New York Times

Campus Polo Clubs Are Few but Ardent

Most college polo players come to the sport knowing how to ride a horse, but never having played polo. Terry Jones, the faculty adviser for the New Mexico State club, says most of the polo players are from small agricultural communities in that state.

Wrestling: It’s Acting and it Takes Practice

It’s a cast straight out of a professional wrestling story line. There is a 13-year-old boy who recently made his wrestling debut; the Bouncer with life-threatening illnesses; the shy herbalist who sports attitude in the ring; and a former architect now wrestling professionally in Japan.

Donkeys and Mules Are the Stars of This Show

This weekend’s 17th annual Donkey and Mule Show at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo features some of the most unusual events in equine competition. Coon Hunters Jumping is one. Beginning from a dead...