The competitors of the 20-goal Ylvisaker Cup, one of the most important tournaments of the season at International Polo Club Palm Beach, have been announced. Eight teams will participate in the tournament, which kicks off on Saturday, January 19 and will come to an end on Sunday, February 10. This year will see a new
International Polo Club’s high-goal season will continue on Thursday, January 3, with the first matches of the Joe Barry Cup. The tournament sees four 20-goal teams in competition. JOE BARRY CUP FULL FIXTURE: Thursday, January 3rd: 10am: Santa Clara vs. Dutta Corp 12pm: Patagones vs. SD Farms Sunday 6th: 12pm: Winner Match 1 vs.
The Thai Equestrian Federation Cup 2018, opening tournament of the Thai Polo 10-Goal League, came to an end on Sunday at Thai Polo & Equestrian Club, in Pattaya, Thailand. Five 10-goal teams were in competition; matches were four chukkas long and the tournament was played under HPA rules. Thai Polo 10-Goal League: *Thai Equestrian
Mahra Polo Team have announced their team for the upcoming Dubai Gold Cup Series. Hence, the teams set to compete in the championship are the following: Habtoor Polo: Mohammed Al Habtoor 0, Hugo Lewis 3, Facundo Sola 9, Tommy Beresford 6. Total: 18. Mahra Polo: Rashid Al Habtoor 0, Diogo Gallego 5, Jaime García
In a column published in his personal Facebook account on Thursday night, journalist Alex Webbe confirmed a rumor that was going around, but was yet to be confirmed: Polito Pieres would be without a team in Palm Beach after patron Scott Wood’s pulled his team Brookshire from the 2019 season. Lucas James and Pedro Falabella
When one analyses the result of any polo tournament around the world, one of the most important aspects, regardless of who won the match, is knowing which horse was chosen as BPP, of the final in particular and of the tournament as a whole. Some of the most important ponies of 2018 were the