The British Open Gold Cup, one of the most prestigious polo tournaments in the world, resumed on Sunday at Cowdray Park Polo Club with the two remaining quarterfinals.
On Saturday, Scone and VS King Power secured their places in the semifinals.
The tournament sees ten 22-goal teams compete.
On Sunday, Park Place made a great comeback to beat Emlor by 9 goals to 8, before Dubai defeated La Indiana 8-7 in what was a very tight match.
THE FINAL OF THE GOLD CUP IS DUE ON SUNDAY, JULY 21ST.
PARK PLACE 9-8 EMLOR
PARK PLACE: Andrey Borodin 0, Juan Britos 7 (7 goals), Hilario Ulloa 10, Benjamín Urquiza 5 (2). Total: 22.
EMLOR: Spencer McCarthy 0, Alfredo Bigatti 7 (4 goals), Tincho Merlos 8 (4), Michel Del Carril 6. Total: 21.
Score Park Place: 2-1, 2-3, 3-5, 4-8, 7-8, 9-8.
Best Playing Pony UK: Open Tulipan (Ellerstina Pícaro x Open Magnolia), played by Juan Britos.
DUBAI 8-7 LA INDIANA
DUBAI: Jeta Castagnola 5, Rashid Albwardi 1 (2 goals), Bartolito Castagnola 6 (5), Nachi Du Plessis 8 (1). Total: 20.
LA INDIANA: Marc Ganzi 1, Jimbo Fewster 3 (1 goal), Rodrigo Andrade 8 (1), Facundo Pieres 10 (5). Total: 22.
Score Dubai: 0-1, 3-2, 4-2, 6-5, 7-6, 8-7.
Best Playing Pony UK: V8 Federico (Paul Anka x Arandela), played by Barto Castagnola.
The Gold Cup resumes on Wednesday with the semifinals:
12pm: VS King Power vs Park Place
4pm: Dubai vs Scone