Here is the best way to learn how to wrap polos, repetition. You don't wrap a polo around the knees or the pasterns, but just slightly under the fetlock and around the cannons. There is also a certain direction you wrap each leg to make sure you are only pulling or tightening across the bone, not the tendon, and this can be troublesome at first. It is also hard to judge the amount of polo you have versus the amount of leg you have and that just takes practice. If you have regular old felt polos with velcro you are pretty safe to learn and not do much damage, but don't use track wraps or standing bandages until you have a very good handle on polos. If I were you, I would find a barn where they have a professional groom and ask if you can wrap every horse he has to turnout or groom for riding. If you agree to be uber helpful you might get the amount of practice you need to have a handle on the basics. Some grooms polo twenty horses a day, and he /she can start by demonstrating, then letting you atempt, reatempt, roll the polo and let him/her do it until the next horse comes out. But if you practice on twenty horses, and agree to roll up all the polos, even his, you would get the best understanding of how to do it. If you stay helpful you could maybe even learn more about standing bandages and such. That's my best advice, I watched the video, it was good, she wrapped a good polo, mine varies slightly, I don't double figure eight the bottom, but I don't agree with the last part about it doesn't matter which way you wrap but I don't think she was stating her opinion.
Troubled TB ~"A thorn by any other name will prick just as deep." @-'--,---