Reto Gaudenzi, the heart and soul of the Snow Polo World Cup St. Mortiz, has a lot to be enthusiastic and happy about. After a year of absence due to the pandemic, the world’s most important snow polo tournament is back – better and brighter than ever – with action being streamed on PoloLine TV, live
Camilo Castagnola, better known as Jeta, celebrated his 19th birthday on Monday, December 13, 2021. But he received two early gifts: on Saturday, December 11, he won his first Argentine Open with La Natividad, and on Sunday, December 12, his handicap was raised and he became the youngest 10-goaler in history, surpassing previous records set
Bartolomé Castgnola Jr., known as Barto, is the eldest of the Castagnola brothers. At just 20-years old, he has reached a handicap of 10-goals following a spectacular season in Argentina with La Natividad, concluded with the organisation claiming the Argentine Open. “It is a dream come true,” Barto told to PoloLine after a memorable final
“We created La Natividad when we left La Dolfina and we were there, with all the people who were working with us, and the kids who were really young,” a very moved Lolo Castagnola told PoloLine after La Natividad’s epic win in the most important polo tournament in the world. “We went little by little.
After a two year absence, Nina Clarkin, the talented English player and first ever woman to reach 10 goals (ladies handicap), returned to Argentina to play the fifth edition of the Women’s Argentine Open with La Dolfina BP. It was a remarkable comeback! The girls played a fantastic game against their biggest contender, El Overo
Charlie Hanbury is currently one of the proudest breeders in the polo world. After years of hard work and dedication, setting up a remarkable horse breeding program called Lovelocks, he is making a significant impact in Argentina and over the world. Not only have his horses won many blankets, but on Saturday, four Lovelocks horses will