A good friend, and member of CVC, caught wind of this article and suggested it to me. It meant a lot to him because he is currently in Tuskegee University’s esteemed School of Veterinary Medicine and wants to work with horses. It caught my attention because it is uplifting inner city children and exposing them to a culture they may not ever experience under normal circumstances, not to mention Ralph Lauren has his hand in it. This article has to do with African-Americans and Polo, but Yung Dro is nowhere near. Take a gander and realize this is where CVC wants to be in 20 years.