Premiere: Since 2004 POLO+10 reports from the world of polo. With the first French-speaking edition POLO+10 France we also give a voice to the great polo nation France.
In March we were greeted with a hearty welcome in Paris and Chantilly, as we started with the preparations of the first edition of POLO+10 France. Fortunately we already had the occasion to meet the most important individuals of polo in France. Patrick Guerrand-Hermès, Philippe and Benoît Perrier, Jean-Edouard Mazery, Jean-Luc Chartier, Corinne Schuler, Claude Solarz and Dan Deville are only some of the names, which turn the sport of polo in France into a confirmed community and a sporty factor of outstanding dynamics and elegance.
We are glad to make a contribution to polo in France with the first edition of POLO+10 France. For the future of course further editions with more pages are planned. This edition of POLO+10 France is a surface impression of this.
We want to thank everyone who supported us in this edition so gorgeously, especially Julius Farcot and Pascal Renauldon, who are already part of the international POLO+10 family.
We hope you enjoy reading our magazine!
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From the table of contents:
Interview Jean-Luc A. Chartier: Jean-Luc A. Chartier, Jean-Luc A. Chartier, president of the Fédération Française de Polo (FFP) about the sport of polo in France and his visions.
History: Since the end of the 19th century polo is being played in France. A short look at the sport’s history.
Saint-Tropez: The Polo Club Saint-Tropez, one of the most renowned polo locations in France, this year celebrates its 15th anniversary.
Claude Solarz: The vice president and founder of Chantilly is one of the great personalities in the French sport of polo.