Action at International Polo Club Palm Beach is set to continue with the Joe Barry Cup, after Stable Door Polo claimed the Iglehart Cup on Sunday in the first tournament of the high goal season. This year, the Joe Barry will be played with an 18-goal handicap, after it was lowered from 20-goals.    ORDER 

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Due to the continued heavy rainfall over the last several days, International Polo Club Palm Beach (IPC) has decided to cancel the Herbie Pennell Cup final, which was due to be played on the U.S. Polo Assn. Field 1. IPC’s priority is the safety and welfare of the players and horses, and due to the 

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The Gauntlet of Polo, historically known as the American Triple Crown, is set for its second edition after a very successful debut in 2019, which saw Pilot crowned super champions. In 2020, fourteen 22-goal teams will partake in the three competitions, which each awards its own monetary prize: CV Whitney Cup ($125,000), USPA Gold Cup 

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The Polo Players Support Group (PPSG) is thrilled to welcome U.S. Polo Assn. as the title sponsor of the 40-Goal Polo Challenge. The PPSG is an organization dedicated to providing financial assistance to seriously injured and ill polo players and grooms. Since 2002, the PPSG has hosted their marquee fundraising event, the 40-Goal Polo Challenge 

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