Real Club de Polo, The

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The Real Club de Polo de Barcelona was
the venue for the jumping and dressage
events of the equestrian competition
during the Olympic Games, and for the
final of the three-day event, as well as for
the riding section of the modern
pentathlon.

The Real Club de Polo was founded in
1897. It has more than 9,000 members,
and enjoys considerable prestige. Its
facilities include a polo pitch, a
competition arena, a training course for
jumping, four hockey pitches, 31 tennis
courts, two squash courts, two open-air
swimming pools and a social club. The
alterations needed to prepare these
facilities for Olympic use were managed,
executed and financed entirely by
COOB'92.
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