1915 - The London & Counties Press Association Ltd, London - Subscribers Edition, No. 59 of 150 copies
Possibly the most important and detailed work on Polo to be published, covering the history polo, techniques, ponies, the state of the game throughout the world, including details of overseas clubs in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia and South Africa, tournaments, and rules.
This large leather bound volume is also magnificently illustrated with six mounted colour plates after water-colours by G. D. Armour, specially executed for this work, seven black and white photogravure plates, and forty black and white photographic plates.
‘It is amazing that no attempt dedicated to a history of polo in Britain has been undertaken since the Reverend Thomas Francis Dale wrote his monumental Polo at Home and Abroad in 1915. This handsome book set the bar for future historians extraordinarily high’ – Horace A. Laffaye, Polo in Britain .