The season in Palm Beach has come to an end and the United States Polo Association (USPA) has released the latest outdoor handicap changes. The two most notable handicap changes relate to Poroto Cambiaso, Juan Britos and Camilo Castagnola, who were raised to 9 goals. Juano won the CV Whitney Cup with Park Place, while 

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Richard Mille defeated Hawaii Polo Life by 12 goals to 6 to claim the Founders Cup, the second tournament of the World Polo League, following the final played at Grand Champions Polo Club, in Wellington, USA.   FINAL FOUNDERS CUP: RICHARD MILLE 12-6 HAWAII POLO LIFE  RICHARD MILLE: Marc Ganzi 2, Camilo Castagnola 8, Pablo Mac 

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As is known, back in March 202o, sporting activities were cancelled due to the pandemic. The USPA Gold Cup, the second stage of the Gauntlet of Polo, had to be postponed (alongside many other tournaments). The competition had reached the semifinal stage when pandemic outbreak. These semifinals will be resumed on Wednesday, February 10, at 

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The East Coast Open, the highest handicapped tournament in the East Coast excluding the season in Wellington, came to an end this Sunday at Greenwich Polo Club as locals White Birch beat Blackhound DE to claim the title.  The tournament saw five teams up to 20-goals compete.   FINAL EAST COAST OPEN: WHITE BIRCH 13-10 

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