Lauren Biddle

Lauren Biddle to be remebered with Signature Polo Gloves benefiting PPSG

Lauren Biddle to be remembered with signature polo gloves to benefit Polo Players Support Group(PPSG) and the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Lauren, a talented young polo player died in a tragic accident  on October 21, 2018 while working and playing polo in New Zealand. In memory of her kind and fun loving nature,  Hook Polo designed a pair of polo gloves with her initials on them as requested by family and friends.


$10 will be donated equally to the  Polo Players Support Group  (PPSP) and the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (for orphan elephants) via a GO FUND ME account in Lauren’s name.

Dave Offen, president and co-founder of the Polo Players Support Group, said, “With heavy hearts PPSG is grateful to Hook Polo to be able to remember Lauren this way, assisting PPSG to continue its mission of providing financial support to seriously injured or ill players and grooms.”

Daughter of polo players Tommy and Yvette Biddle, Lauren was a true horsewoman and jack-of-all-trades around the barn.  Lauren knows first hand the difficulties of life in the horse community.  Her father was the recipient of a financial grant from PPSG after a shoulder injury that left him unable to play polo for a several months.  Lauren often expressed the close relationship she had with her father and would appreciate the efforts of Hook Polo to give back to a cause that helped him.

CLICK HERE if you are interested in purchasing a pair of Lauren Biddle Memorial Gloves from Hook Polo.



There will be a celebration of Lauren’s Life on Sunday, November 18, 2018 at Wellington National Golf Club in Wellington, FL. at 5:00pm ET at the Wellington National Golf Club (400 Binks Forest Dr, Wellington, FL 33414). The Biddle family would like to invite all to fondly reminisce and remember Lauren in a casual atmosphere. In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully ask for donations to the Lauren M. Biddle Remembrance Fund on GoFundMe®supporting the Polo Players Support Group and David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for orphaned elephants.