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In this report

The English high-goal season promises to be the most dynamic for years - but competition is looming from Spain and beyond. Elsewhere, Argentina is cloning polo ponies, while drones are used to film US matches, and the sport is making a recovery in Venezuela after repression under the late Hugo Chavez

Hopes soar for English high-goal season

New teams, a new showpiece fixture and an international test match

Max Charlton (second left) and George Meyrick (right)
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England polo players: six under 26

The young names to watch

Clare Milford Haven (R) attends the Tatler Bystander exhibition, featuring the 50 best party pictures of the past 50 years, at Annabels on September 9, 2013 in London, England
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Opinion: Clare Milford Haven

‘Let’s set the record straight: polo is tough’

close up of a foal

Clones: breeders seek to recreate star ponies

Benedict Mander reports on a controversial reproduction enterprise in Argentina

Broadcasting widens options for greater audience appeal

Televised matches attract interest but internet may be best outlet

Victor Vargas (L) attends the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup Final on July 18, 2010 in Midhurst, England
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Emerging markets: players regroup in Venezuela after decade of decline

Clubs enjoy revival as new generation resolves to keep the game alive

British Polo Day: a jolly good networking event - by invitation only

Start-up promotes UK luxury brands to the global super-rich

Interview: Pablo Pieres

The Argentine player on being a member of polo’s premier dynasty

Jayne Seymour (1989)

Sponsors adapt to a crowded field

Cartier has supported the sport for 30 years, and emerging markets present new opportunities