Milo Fernandez Araujo is one of those guys who accomplished everything in polo: he reached 10 goals in Argentina, won the Argentine Open 3 times playing for Indios Chapaleufu II, won the Queen’s Cup and so much more. But in the latest years he became known maybe as the ultimate coach. He took charge of
Santiago Cernadas is a regular on the international polo circuit. He has competed in tournaments in England, Switzerland, Spain; and now, the Argentine 7-goaler is playing in France. He is set to compete in the season in Deauville, as well as the Open de France in Chantilly, representing Alejandro Aznar’s Marqués de Riscal. Aznar has
Polo in France is on a high. The country is considered to have one of the best medium goal fixtures, not only in Europe, but in the world, and the Open de France, for teams up to 16-goals, played at Chantilly, is one of the apex of the season. This 2019 edition will welcome
By Alejandra Ocampo Facundo Sola has been playing the English high goal for many years now. In 2011 he won the Queen’s Cup with Talandracas, and he has been on the way up ever since. That same year, Sola, from Moldes, located in the Argentine province of Cordoba, shone in the Dubai Gold Cup
Monterosso has steadily been paving its path in the English high goal, showing that it deserves to compete alongside the best organisations in the world. This season Alessando Bazzoni’s team is competing in practically every 22 goal tournament (Prince of Wales Trophy, Queen’s Cup, Warwickshire Cup, and now, the British Open Gold Cup); they also
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.