The prestigious Queen’s Cup, played at Guards Polo Club, comes to an end on Sunday. Eight players have the chance of winning the title and accepting the trophy from Her Majesty The Queen—one of them is Argentine Benjamín Uquiza, who has represented Park Place since he played the Prince of Wales Trophy with them.
Sunday’s Queen’s Cup final will see Scone and Park Place go head to head. While there will be several experienced players on the field, there will also be a few playing the final for the first time. One of them is Nico Pieres. The twenty-eight year old Argentine has played the final of the Gold
It might be fair to say that James Harper is, today, the best English polo player. While he is currently ranked at 6 goals, Scone’s number four has been playing at a level higher than his current handicap rating for some time now. Last year was monumental for Harper, as he won the British
By Alejandra Ocampos Alejandro Muzzio is one of the most experienced players among those competing in the English season this year. He has played many medium and high goal tournaments, and for the last two years he has been representing Talandracas—the organisation led by Edouard Carmignac and his son, Hughes—in the high goal.
Thanks to their dynamic style of play and victories in the competition so far, La Indiana and Talandracas have become two of the favourites to win the prestigious Queen’s Cup title. Facundo Pieres and Francisco Elizalde, two of the top players in the tournament, spoke to POLOLINE TV before their quarterfinal matches. FACUNDO PIERES (La Indiana): “We
It seemed quite difficult beforehand for La Concepcion to try to equal or even do better than did in their very successful 2018 season in France – they won in Paris, St. Tropez, Deauville and La Moinerie, in addition to have reached many finals as well. One of the leading men within Hans Spek’s foursome