U.S. Polo Assn. launches a brand new kids wear range that celebrates the tradition and lifestyle of Polo, with values like authenticity, camaraderie, and passion.
There’s nothing like the camaraderie of being around the other players.
I have been a very creative person all my life but playing sports is something that I love and would encourage my little one to take up. As for me, my first-grader makes me run around the entire house, keeping my work-out regime on point!
I host a lot of art sessions for my daughter and her friends and I at times sense a feeling of them not wanting to share their belongings with their friends. I understand that they are being competitive, but that takes away from the entire essence of “Team-Spirit”.
I recently came across the U.S. Polo Assn. Kids campaign and believe me, I had a cathartic moment. The campaign has so beautifully shown the relationship between the boy and his horse. It is endearing how this little boy, despite his age, understands the importance of his partner and treats him like an equal contributor to their victory.
Sport is a platform, I believe, teaches many life lessons like Sportsmanship, Team Spirit, Camaraderie etc. as these are essential elements to fight the life’s’ failures and various situations.
This aspect has been beautifully captured in the commercial and I truly hope that I am able to inculcate these essentials in my daughter.
This sweet little story, about how the little boy feels for his pony and gives him the respect of a partner, is truly inspiring.
The video opens to a young boy, who meets his polo pony on the first day of his training.
The pony is with him as they train, as they compete and as they win.
His bond with his polo pony is based on respect and endearment. The beginning of something new and beautiful.
Polo isn’t an easy game. It involves a lot of skill and talent which is acquired over time and it’s the solidarity between both players (horse and the polo player). Hence it is imperative for the player to have an emotional connect and trust with his horse.
Does your child share a unique camaraderie with a person or pet? I’d love to hear about it. Don’t forget to leave a comment here.