A polo team consists of four mounted players and here are there responsibilities:
Number One is the most player that is directed offense on the field, and also covers the rival team’s Number Four.
Number Two has a crucial role in offense, either running through and scoring, or passing to Number One. They cover the rival team’s Number Three, specifically the other team’s best player.
Number Three is the tactical leader and must be a strong hitter to feed balls to Number Two and One as well as maintaining defense.
Number Four is basically a defensive player. They can move anywhere on the field, but they usually try to prevent scoring, freeing their teammates for offense.