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PHILADELPHIA-The Cowtown/Work to Ride polo team, an all black team from Philadelphia has won the USPA National Interscholastic Championship.

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Lezlie Hiner started the Work To Ride program in 1994 as a way to help underprivileged children from Philadelphia. She designed it as a nonprofit that offers students riding lessons in exchange for labor around the barn

Cowtown/WTR became the first all-black team to win the national championship. The team, which entered the tournament as the second seed, includes brothers Kareem Rosser, 18, and Daymar Rosser, 16, of West Philadelphia, and Brandon Rease, 15, of North Philadelphia.

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