After the heavy rains dropped in the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires during Thursday and the morning of Friday (around 100mm in Palermo), the Argentine Polo Association had to cancel and postpone the finals of the three big tournaments that were supposed to come to an end during Friday and Saturday: the Camara de Diputados
Last Sunday, in the Argentine Open match where Las Monjitas beat Ellerstina, Santi Toccalino played a mare, Vasca Intratable, that was fitted with an eye protector. This was due to a clash between brothers Ignacio and Santiago Toccalino in the previous Las Monjitas vs La Albertina Abu Dhabi match, which injured the mare’s eye.
The 125th Argentine Open Championship is set to conclude this Saturday at Palermo. This edition, perhaps more than others in recent memory, has come with its fair share of surprises. And now, a historic final awaits. Las Monjitas broke the mould and qualified for the final after defeating a strong Ellerstina team. They will now
The second edition of the Women’s Open Championship—a tournament which is unique in that teams play six chukka matches with no handicap limit—will come to an end on Saturday at Palermo. This tournament recruits only the best female players. Women’s polo has gradually evolved to become what it is today: a discipline that is growing day
Last weekend, the Argentine Day Polo Cup was held at Thai Polo & Equestrian Club, in Pattaya, Thailand. Four teams partook in the tournament, which was held over two action-packed days. The most notable aspect of the tournament was Argentina’s presence in Thailand, and the positive relationships between the two countries. The tournament was
The V edition of the Thai Polo Cup Argentina, which saw eight 14-goal teams compete, came to an end on Wednesday with an amazing closing party, which included a music show by Chule Von Wernich, at Thai Polo Club, in Pilar. The tournament was first played in 2014. By Jai took the title after