It seems that many of you are talking about games that are only four chukkers. We play six, and some players double chukker their horses. They do fine.
Then, of course, we have some stables roll in whose players play 12 horses in a six chukker game. Riding each one only a half chukker each. Those are the high goal players who want every advantage.
Those whose horses play two chukkers each are playing low goal. I also know members who split a game with someone else, each only playing three chukkers.
Our club is going to start a low goal 4 chukker group because we've had so many adults new to riding and polo start to learn and wanting to play. But they all have jobs and/or families and can't devote the time needed to develop many horses or their own skills and endurance to the higher levels.