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Tinicum Park Polo Club 2009 Program

Best wishes wishes to to the the Best Tinicum Park ParkPolo PoloClub Club Tinicum for for the the 2007 2009season. season.

Pleasejoin join us us for for these these special special events Please events on on the Arby Dobb Farm Team calendar: the Arby Dobb Farm Team calendar: Arby Dobb Cup Tournament Arby Dobb Cup Tournament Date: July 25, Tinicum Park Polo Date: July2009 28, 2007 LocationLocation - Tinicum ParkClub Polo Club Sportsmanship SportsmanshipCup CupTournament Tournament Date: September 12, 2009 LocationTinicumPark ParkPolo Polo Club Date: September 8, 2007 Location - Tinicum Club

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to Tinicum Park Polo Club, in the spectacular natural beauty of Bucks County. Polo at Tinicum Park is a great way to enjoy a day in the park, picnic and watch “The Sport of Kings.” The club has become one of the nicest polo venues in the Northeast. Our polo field is located in the picture-postcard scenery of Tinicum Park, along the Delaware River with the hills of Bucks County in the background. Enjoy Saturday afternoons, watching polo with the tailgate down or a picnic lunch, while meeting new friends or seeing old friends.

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Board Members: Val Washington, President Hesham El-Gharby, Club Delegate & Manager Carol Stahl, Secretary Ann Oniskey, Treasurer Mark Mulligan Dr. Steven Pripstein Mike Simpson Bill Thomas Game Announcer: Carol Stahl Game Timer: Barbara Corriden Club Jerseys and Souvenirs: Carol’s Custom Creations Membership/Sponsorship Coordinator: Bill Vander Brink 570-656-0729 Marketing/Social Committee: Kathi Harrington, Chairperson Cheryl Arnold Robert (Bob) Brosious, Jr. Sean Lynch Richard Meier Marcy Nagel Robert James Helton Olds Bill Thomas Laura Upton Bill Vander Brink Noelle Vander Brink Steve Wodock Bucks County Park Officials: Jill Unger, Robert Grow Acknowledgements ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������ ��������������������������


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Directions To Tinicum Park Across the Delaware form Frenchtown, NJ and one mile south.

From Route 78: Exit 15, left onto Route 513 South. Follow 513 to Frenchtown. Cross the bridge to PA. Turn left on Rt. 32S (River Rd). The polo field is 1 mile on the right. From Philadelphia: I-95N to first exit in NJ, Rt. 29N to Lambertivlle. In Lambertville, 29N turns left on Bridge St., then right on Main St. Stay on 29N, followdirections from Lambertville. From Lambertville, NJ: Rt. 29N through Stockton, stay on Rt. 29N (bear to left) towards Ravens Point. In Frenchtown, NJ, Rt. 29 ends at a “T” intersection with Bridge St. Turn left onto Bridge Street, cross the Delaware River. Turn left onto River Rd., Rt. 32S; Tinicum Park Polo is 1 mile South on your right. From Doylestown: Rt. 611N to Rt. 413S to Dark Hollow Rd. (go straight at intersection to Dark Hollow). Stay on Dark Hollow Rd. to Rt. 32 (River Road). Turn left (N) onto River Rd. Tinicum Park is about 2 miles on left. The polo field is at the second entrance to the park. For door-to-door directions:

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���������������������� ������������������������ • May 16th, Opening Day, Tail Gate Competition • June 20th, Classic American Car Show • July 4th, No Polo • July 11th, Max Berger Cup, Hat Day- Prizes for Cool Hats! • July 25th, Arby Dobb Cup • August 8th, President’s Cup • August 22nd, Women’s Cup • September 12th, Sportsmanship Cup AND Polo & Pooches Bring your dog for a fun dog show! • September 19th, British Festival, Tail Gate Competition • September 26th, Wine + Polo • October 3rd, Last Game of the Season

Games are held every Saturday at 2:00 PM. Gates open at 1:00 PM. Mark your calendar!

Visit for more information and event photos. For rain, extreme heat or field condition cancelations, please call the Polo Hotline 908-996-3321 on the morning of the game. Tailgate-Picnic Competitions (visit website): Spectators can compete off the polo field in our tailgate competitions. Get in the spirit of the game and decorate your space! The winner of each category: Most Elegant, Down Home Country, Best Family and Most Creative/Original will receive a prize. Every guest has an opportunity to win the weekly raffle, too. Leashed dogs are allowed.

All games are open to the public with a $5/car parking fee for non-members.

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������������ Polo originated in Asia more than 2,000 years ago. It may have descended from buzkashi – the national sport of Afghanistan, a rough-and-tumble horseback sport. Some believe that the son of the last Persian emperor introduced polo to China around 670 B.C. The name of the game may well come from the word “pholo” meaning ‘ball’ or ‘ballgame’ in the Balti laguage of Tibet According to scholars, including the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., the game traveled along the “Silk Road” from China to the rest of the world. “Let other people play other things – the king of game is still the game of kings”. This verse is inscribed on a stone tablet at a polo ground north of Kashmir near this fabled trade route.

English and Irish engineers introduced the game to Argentina, where the first official game was held in 1875. The United States Polo Association was established in 1890 to coordinate games, standardize rules and establish handicaps. Polo is now played around the world in over 75 countries in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. In 1998, the Federation of International Polo was established.

The modern sport of polo had its beginnings in the 1860s in Punjab, India, when British officers took up the game of polo that they had seen played by local horsemen. The game was introduced in England in 1869 and in America by 1876.

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The Players’ Positions 12 Stroke Positions 1. Near side neck shot 2. Off side fore shot 3. Push out shot 4. Push out shot 5. Off side shot 6. Near side tail shot 7. Off side neck shot 8. Near side fore shot 9. Push out shot 10. Push out shot 11. Near side back shot 12. Off side tail shot

Position One

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The Number One position requires a player with the accuracy and confidence to score. This is his offensive job. He must have fast, steady horses in order to beat the opposing Number Four to the ball and stroke it into the goal. He must be optimistic and anticipate the forward passes, as well as know when to cover the Number Four, timing his ride-offs so his teammates can come through with the ball.

This player is often called the “sparkplug” of the team. As an attacker, he is the most aggressive offensive player on the team. He must have fast and fit horses and think quickly in order to set up the scoring opportunities.Communication with his Number Three is important; the two of them are the driving force behind the plays. The Number Two marks the opposing Number Three and keeps him from turning the ball.

The quarterback of the team and the most versatile, this offensive and defensive player must act quickly, yet with a cool head, always thinking a play ahead. As a play maker, his responsibilities are to turn the opponent’s attack around and direct his team’s offensive drive with well placed passes. The Number Three accepts the ride offs so his horse should be strong, stop easily, and rein well. The Number Three is usually the field captain as far as team strategy goes.

As back, this position requires a deliberate approach, yet leaves no margin for error. He must play his position and keep himself between the goal and the attacking Number One. The Number Four should always back the ball at an angle so his teammates can more easily pick it up. This is often called the “thinking man’s position”. He and his horses should be strong and steady.

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Playing Members

Sherry Angle-Hudock, (B) Hilltown, PA

Cheryl Arnold, (A) Clinton, NJ

Robert J. Brander, (1) Hillsborough, NJ

Bob Brosious Jr., (B) Furlong, PA

Sherry began riding at age four. She grew to become an accomplished, award winning equestrian rider with her thoroghbred mare ‘Close to Reason’. Looking for a new challenge, Sherry took her first polo lesson at Tinicum Park. She has developed a passion for the game of polo and is eager to enjoy another season as a playing member.

Robert has played polo for 10 years with the Amwell Valley Polo Club. He was the manager for the Amwell Valley indoor arena polo. This is Robert’s 6th year with Tinicum Park Polo Club. When hs is not having fun at polo, Robert designs and creates fine furniture and interiors.

This is Bob’s 7th year with Tinicum Polo. He started riding at age 40. Bob frequently assists with the weekly operations of the polo club and serves on the Marketing Committee.

William “Bill” Clark, Jr., (A) Oldwick, NJ

Hesham El-Gharby, (2) Frenchtown, NJ

Tim Cheromcka, (0) New Hope, PA

Brian Fairclough, (2) Newton,NJ

Bill is entering his 55th season of playing polo in Connecticut at Yale, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Nicaragua, Argentina, Chile and Brazil. Bill is responsible for re-starting the Burnt Mills Polo in 1972, af after polo in N.J. had been halted by WWII. He played on the winning team in the 1989 Senior’s World Cup in Chile.

Tim returned to polo last year after almost 20 years. He played at Valley Forge Military Academy in high school and at Colorado State University in college. He spent eight years living in Thailand running an electronics manufacturing company. He is married with two daughters.

Andrew Fairclough, (3) Newton, NJ

Andy resides in Newton, NJ and has been playing polo for 35 years. He has played both the East coast and Florida circuit and is widely known for winning USPA tournaments.

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Graduate of UMDNJ, Cheryl is an enthusiastic member of Tinicum Park Polo. She is active in the Marketing Committee and as secretary for the Board of Directors. Her enthusiasm for her horses never grew out of her, so now she is achieving new goals on the polo field.

Polo instructor, trainer and manager of Tinicum Park Polo, Hesham’s polo experience began at 12 in his native Egypt. His early career included being on the Egyptian International Polo Team in 1976 and playing games that encompassed the globe, including Iran, Jordan, the Sudan, and Germany.

Brian is 23 years old and is attending Cornell University. He is also a concert pianist and an avid squash player. He is studying both music and business.He’s having a great time playing polo for the Varsity Team at Cornell University.

John L. Fairclough, (B) Hampton Township, NJ

John, a Ridgewood, NJ native, and a Sussex County farm owner, is now trying his hand at polo. He has competitively shown four-in-hand driving horses for 22 years and is an avid participant in Millbrook, NY fox hunting. John’s other hobbies include travel, boating, hunting and fishing.

Kim Foley, (A) Morristown, NJ

Victoria Halliday, (A) Pipersville, PA

Steven Garfield, (1) New York, NY

Dr. Anders Hedberg, (B) Ottsville, PA

Kim has been playing polo for 23 years and is the Captain of the very succesfull Stone Rows Farm Polo Team. Kim and his family reside in Morristown, NJ.

Often playing position two, Steve shows a classic example of that position, with his aggressively offensive style. He has played in Italy, Spain and Portugal, where he started the O’Porta Polo Club. The Governor’s Cup at Far Hills Polo Club and the Players Cup at Brunt Mills are among his victories during the 23 years of his polo career.

Santiago Galliardo, (4) Far Hills, NJ

Santiago grew up playing polo on his family’s ranch in Argentina. 38 years of playing has resulted in riding and mallet skills that are nothing short of amazing. He has played in Argentina, Malta, and in West Palm Beach, and counts winning the European Gold Cup and the German National Cup among his many victories.

Victoria, shown here with her son Owen and daughter, Annie, is a Landscape Architect and lives on the family farm along with her husband, Dave and their twins. Victoria began riding at the age of 10. She introduced Annievand Owen to the sport when they were two years old.

Dr. Anders Hedberg began riding and competing in dressage events in his native Sweden in the 60s. He continued riding dressage when he moved to the United States, bitten by the polo bug during a trip to Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic. In his spare time, he can be found hard at work at Bristol-Myers Squibb in Lawrenceville, NJ.

Gaston Henry, (4) Shannenfarm, NJ

Gaston has been playing polo professionally for some time. In fact, he began playing polo about a quarter of a century ago at age 7. He has played at Hurlingham, Buenos Aires. When it comes to polo, watch the exceptional mallet work of this master.

Carol A. Hails, (B) Quakertown, PA

John Kriege IV, (B) Hampton Township, NJ

David Halliday, (2) Pipersville, PA

Robert G. Kusmich, (B) Hampton, NJ

Starting her 11th year of polo, Carol says that the Lord has blessed her with good horses, good friends and the honor/ privilege to play a great sport. What joy!

Dave is a proud father of twins. He and his wife, Victoria, and their two childre, Annie and Owen, live on their farm in Pipersville. In between parenting and playing polo, Dave manages the family real estate.

John, a Bay Area native, is an accomplished horseman, who has competed in show jumping, cross-country, and three-day eventing as well as polo.John played on the USC polo team in LA. He is a pediatric occupational therapist who also uses his ponies to work with disabled children. John resides with his wife and three daughters on a Sussex County, NJ farm.

Bob has been with Tinicum five years. He rescues horses from the track and trains them for Polo. Bob has played sports and raced cars most of his life but says, ”It’s such a rush to play a sport that’s as physical and as fast as polo. It’s an addicting game. Why did I wait so long?”

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Playing Members

Rhea Lowenthal, (B) Doylestown, PA

Bruce Nienstedt, (1) Asbury, NJ

James ( Jim) McDevit, (A) Pittstown, NJ

Ann R. Oniskey, (B) Revere, PA

Rhea grew up in Bucks County and has been riding horses since the age of 5. Rhea can now be found cultivating in youngsters an interest and appreciation for horses. She is the Director of the horse back riding program at the Windmill Day Camp in Doylestown, PA.

Jim travels from NJ to lovely Bucks County to lend a hand to his Tinicum team-mates. Jim has enjoyed playing club polo since 1992. He also enjoys spending time with his two children Matthew & Elizabeth. He has been a member of several polo clubs and hopes to enjoy a successful season with Tinicum in 2009.

Ann saw her first polo match at Cornell University in 1981 and was hooked. She started lessons in 1994, played at Bucks County for years, then went on to play in MD, NJ, FA, and the Dominican Republic. You can plan on her husband Len and daughter Taylor, to be cheering spectators.

Dr. Rudolf Morgan, (B) New York City, NY

Juan Othoran, (2) Argentina / Chalfont, PA

Mark Mulligan, (A) Quakertown, NJ

William T. (Billy) Paterniti, (2) Flemington, NJ

As a teenager, Rudi began riding horses in his native Hungary. After many years of riding, he became an experienced rider and sought out the challenge of polo. He took his first polo lesson in the mid-nineties and became a member of the Tinicum Park Polo Club at that time.

Mark has been a member for seven years now - and one to watch for on the field. His game will make Tinicum Park Polo even more exciting for spectators, and challenging for club members.

Marcy Nagel, (B) New York City, NY

Marcy saw her first polo game at Tinicum Park in 2004 and has been hooked ever since! She began riding in 2005. She’s taking it slow, so you won’t see her playing in official games much, but she’ll definitely be cheering from the sidelines! Let’s go Tinicum!

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Bruce has been playing polo since 1975. Clubs include Meadowbrook Polo Club, NY, Darlington Polo Club, PA and Burnt Mills Polo Club, NJ. Bruce is a USPA Certified Umpire. His team won the 2001 USPA Eastern Circuit Centennial Cup. His wife, Ronni, is also an equine lover and is involved in Hunter Shows.

Juan is a 2 goal Argentine professional who has played world-wide including both Belgium and Switzerland. He has played 20 goal polo in the Argentine President’s Cup. We are excited that Juan has chosen to spend the 2009 season with Tinicum Park Polo Club.

William (Billy) is looking forward to spending the 2009 season with Tinicum Park Polo Club. Growing up in a polo family, Bill’s polo involvement has been going strong for 31 years. He is a fierce competitor and enjoys playing to win with his talented teammates.

Dr. Stephen Pripstein, (A) Chalfont, PA

Steve has been devoted to horses for many years. He is the Master of Gallows Run Hunt, has helped to organize various hunter paces and has hunted in Ireland. Spending time in Florida and playing arena polo in the winter has made polo a year-round sport for Steve. In his busy schedule at the hospital, in the hunt field, and on the polo field.

Larry Rissin, (B) Point Pleasant, NJ

Hernan Tasso, (6) Argentina

David J. Russek Maple Glen, PA

Claire Taylor, (A) Stockton, NJ

This is Larry’s seventh year with Tinicum Park Polo. He is looking forward to another exciting and challenging year of polo.

David returns to polo after a 3 year hiatus. He previously played at Bucks County Polo and has enjoyed playing in both Boca Raton, FL and Argentina. David appreciates the opportunity to create friends globally through such a fabulous sport. He enjoys the wonderful competition and camaraderie at Tinicum Polo.

Hernan plays in Argentina year round. He has been playing Camarade Deputados (24 to 28 goals) since1998, and has won the 30-goal Pilar Open in 2000. Among his memories are tournaments played in Brazil (12-and 18-goal) and in Dominican Republic (12-goal). This will be his seventh season in the USA.

Claire’s first word was “horse”. She has been a rider and competitor for most of her life. She looks forward to an exciting ninth season at Tinicum Park Polo.

Dennis Santana, (3) Oldwick, NJ

Bill Thomas, (A) Doylestown, PA

Mike Simpson, (A) Califon, NJ

Audrey VanLuvanee, (1) Doylestown, PA

J.C. Suares, (B) New York, NY

Val Washington, (A) Milford, NJ

Denise has been with the club for ten years, helping as a umpire and a professional player. He plays high goal polo, in Florida in the winter months. Playing a lot of touraments at Sarasota Polo Club, Florida. He came here from the Dominican Republic. He trains polo ponies and gives lessons in his free time.

Mike, started playing polo in Dallas in 1973, winning the Southwest Circuit Eight Goal twice and the Twelve Goal Intra-Circuit once. The Border Circuit President’s Cup and Governor’s Cup among his victories in 1982 -1987. He and his wife, Andraya Kulinyi, moved to New Jersey in 1995, joining Tinicum in 1997, and the Essex Fox Hounds.

JC is enjoying his tenth year with Tinicum Park Polo. J.C. plays on the Manhattan Polo Team and through the winter months he plays indoor arena polo. He is a well-published author, with his books The Big Book of Cats, The Big Book of Dogs, and The Big Book of Horses are now available in bookstores.

Bill is in his 19th season of polo. He is a former Bucks County Polo Club player and member of the Arby Dobb team. He is better known, by his nickname, “The Hammer.” Bill’s good nature, sportsmanship, and booming shots are characteristics which make him a key player.

Audrey is always the first to the field and last to leave, spending as much time as possible with her fine horses. This year promises to be a fun filled season for Audrey. 1999 was capped off with a trip to Egypt, where the polo and the sights were incredible.

This is Val’s sixth season at Tinicum Park. She and her husband (and polo groom), Dan, enjoy their polo ponies and a hand full of dogs & cats on their small farm across the river in Hunterdon County. Val is determined to improve her skills and contribute to good polo at Tinicum.

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Committee Members Barbara Corriden, Milburn, NJ

As a gametimer, Barbara began timing polo matches at Burnt Mills Polo Club in 1985 - 1992. She became timer at Tinicum Park Polo in 1994 to the present day.

Carol has been doing the play-byplay for the past 20 years, the last sixteen professionally. Her commentating reflects her expansive knowledge, much related to having accompanied her husband, Joe, to his games. She is also the owner of Custom Creations, which offers polo memorabilia and prints the Tinicum Park Polo team jerseys.

Richard Corriden, Milburn, NJ

Bill Vander Brink, Brodheadsville, PA

Sean Lynch, Haycock, PA

Noelle Vander Brink, Brodheadsville, PA

Kathi Harrington, Warrington, PA

Steve Wodock & Laura Upton Colmar, PA

Richard has been taking photos for Tinicum Park Polo Club for many years. You can often see him on the sidelines jockeying for that perfect shot. Be sure to check out his work in the social member tent.

Sean has been riding horses since he was 7. He completed a polo course and plans to play soon. He brings his business experience as the owner of a local Home Health Care Company to the Marketing Committee and enjoys rugby, skiing, fishing, sailing, canoeing, golfing and or course, Polo.

In addition to being a faithful polo fan, Kathi is Chairperson of the Marketing committee writing creative press releases to promote our special events and tournaments. Her pet project is coordinating the Pooches and Polo Fun Dog Show. Kathi is a talented watercolor artist and is always a fun person to talk to at our Saturday matches.

Robert James Helton Olds

Robert is an expert at “doing” polo right. Robert can always be seen on the sidelines. He does a fantastic job managing our tail gate competitions. Robert is constantly raising the bar on quality for our social and playing members.

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Carol Stahl, Announcer, New Egypt, NJ

Bill has been in sales and marketing all of his adult life. He promotes equine expos and publishes Bucks County Equestrian magazine. Bill serves on the Marketing Committee and as the club Membership and Sponsorship Coordinator. Look for Bill walking the sidelines to recruit new members and sponsors!

Noelle trains & shows in open jumping and produces an equine magazine and expos. She enjoys lending her expertise on the marketing committee. Ask her about club info, memberships and sponsorships at her tent. It has the “Polo Club Information” banner.

Laura has ridden horses her entire life and now works as a Clinical Associate at Abington Hospital. Steve currently works for an accounting firm located in Colmar, PA and is studying for his CPA exam. You might see Steve and Laura at the field with their playful pup Parker.

Our newest playing member Meg M. Mullin, VMD

Meg is an equine veterinarian at Fulong & Asso. in Oldwick, NJ since 1998. She has distinguished herself in performance horse sport medicine. She has served as a USEF Team vet for several events.

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In Loving Memory Of Joseph Stahl November 23, 1947 - May 6, 2009 Joe was a founding director of Tinicum Park Polo Club and served two terms as President. He went to Egypt twice to play with the Tinicum Park Polo Club team. Joe was married to our announcer, Carol, for 33 years.

Thanks for all you did for Tinicum Park Polo Club. You will be missed.


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The Rules Two mounted umpires patrol the game as close to the action as possible, penalizing players for moves that create dangerous situations for horse or player. A third official, the referee or “thirdman”, watches from the sidelines to make the call if the two umpires are in disagreement. Most of the rules in polo center on the concept of the “line of the ball”, the imaginary line created by the path of the ball. This line corresponds to the centerline of the road, with lanes on either side for opposing players. A player may not cross this line without first riding off or bumping the opponent to the other side. The “line” exists to allow a horse and rider to gallop at high speeds after the ball without meeting another moving player head on or running into another crossing his path.

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...for their safety and the a horse or across the safety of our players. It is back of the opponent’s also a park rule. horse. Players may not approach for a bump at a severe angle, and the umpires will stop dangerous play of any sort.

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SOCIAL MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION The Tinicum Park Polo Club would like to invite you, or your corporation, to become a social member. This is our fifteenth season at Tinicum Park, one of Bucks County’s most scenic settings along the Delaware River.

Fun for your whole family!

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Make New Friends!


• Admission pass for one car. • A reserved parking space for every Saturday’s match at 2:00 p.m. • A standing invitation to meet the club members, visiting players and other social members for the post game buffet get-together under the club tent. • An invitation for the post-season gala.

SOCIAL MEMBERSHIP DUES ARE $300 PER YEAR, OR $500 PER YEAR WITH A TENT INCLUDED. Please complete this form and submit it to the above address with your membership fee payable to “Tinicum Park Polo Club”.

Yes! I would benefit from a social membership. Name _______________________________________________________________ Address _____________________________________________________________ City ______________________________State ________Zip ___________________ Home phone: ____________________Work: ________________________________ FAX: __________________________e-mail: ________________________________ With tent

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Mail To: TINICUM PARK POLO 579 County Road, Rt.519 Frenchtown, NJ 08825 For More Information Call: 908-996-3321 All Year Long

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