The Anand Delhi Horse Show 2012 takes place

The Anand Delhi Horse Show 2012 takes place

April 9, 2012: India's largest equestrian event, The Anand Delhi Horse Show, was held at the Army Equestrian Centre, Delhi Cantonment. Sponsored by Anand and organized by The Army Polo club, the event took place from March 30 to April 8, 2012. Anand has been an active sponsor of the Delhi Horse Show for the last 27 years.

The Anand Delhi Horse Show is the country's premier equestrian event. In the finest traditions of the military, the Delhi Horse Show was first organized by the Indian Army in the 1930s. It was revived 27 years ago and today, the Horse Show hosts over a 500 magnificent horses, 600 riders and 100 events.

Mr. Jaisal Singh, member of the Anand Supervisory Board, COO & Founder of Sujan Luxury Hotels commented," This is unarguably the finest, largest and the most prestigious equestrian event in India and we are proud to have been associated with it for over a quarter of a century." Mr Singh played his first chukker of competitive polo at the age of 14, and has been involved with the game ever since. As a keen historian with a particular interest in the origins and subsequent growth of the game, especially in India, Mr Singh is a prominent figure in the Indian polo scene and a renowned commentator on the sport. He has represented the Jodhpur polo team among others, both at home in India and extensively abroad. In 1988, he competed in his first Delhi Horse Show and till he started playing Polo, he continued to compete. He has also fielded his own team, SherBagh and Sujan Tigers, both at home and abroad.

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