In the midst of the Argentine high-goal we receive news from next year’s European season. As usual, glamour and good polo will meet in Paris as of May, where numerous teams will battle it out to become Paris Open champions in Bagatelle.
The 2017 Parisian season will also include a new 10-12 goal tournament set to shake things up. The competition, held from July 1 to 9, will ensure that teams travelling to St Tropez arrive fit and fighting. The tournament will see polo return to the Dourdan-Les Yvelines area, a sporting hub in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s.
Matches will be held on three first-rate fields, all thirty minutes from the center of Paris: Sainte Mesme, Kazak and La Monerie, and other stick and ball grounds will also be available.
Those taking part can also enjoy:
-Penalty tournaments during the week
-Post match catering service
-Polo clinic overseen by Professor Eduardo Amaya
-Facilities for visiting teams
-Concierge service for players and patrons
-Hotels and tourism opportunities
-Prizes for all the teams
Not only Sainte Mesme has a long polo tradition and is close to Paris, but also counts with the following facilities:
Tourist attractions, such as the Chateau de Versailles, the Cathedrale de Chartres, the Chateau de Courson and the Chateau de Dampierre, among others.
Flea and Antiques Markets in the villages around.
Attractions for kids, such as Eurodisney, Parc Astérix, Parc Zoologico de Thoiry.
Sports: Golf de Rochefort, Walks, cycling, or horse riding in the Parc Naturel Regional de la Haute Vallée de Chevreuse.
For more information and to register contact:
Clemente Zavaleta, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Paillol, email@example.com