The East Coast Open (ECO) is underway at Greenwich Polo Club, in Connecticut, United States. Excluding the high goal season in Wellington, the ECO is the highest handicapped competition played on the East Coast of the United States. Five teams, up to 20 goals, are in competition. The final is scheduled for Sunday, September 13th.

Day 1 – Results:

Altaris 12-9 Gardenvale

White Birch 12-8 Los Violines

Black Hound DE 6-6 Altaris (Cancelled at the third chukker due to rains)

EAST COAST OPEN – TEAMS:

WHITE BIRCH: Chris Brant 0, Peke Gonzalez 6, Pablito Llorente 6, Mariano Aguerre 8.

ALTARIS: Jamal Nusseibeh 0, Joaquin Panelo 6, Lerin Zubiaurre 8, Kris Kampsen 6.

BLACK HOUND DE: Will Tomita 0, Lucas Diaz Alberdi 6, Torito Ruiz 7, Matias Magrini 7.

GARDENVALE: Shane Finemore 0, Felipe Viana 6, Pedro Falabella 6, Magoo Laprida 8.

LOS VIOLINES: Christophe Landom 1, Gringo Colombres 8, Michel Dorignac 6, Tommy Biddle 5.

Umpires: Horton Swartz, Steve Dalton & Marcos Bignoli.

Host Tournament Committee: Peter Orthwein, Peter Rizzo, Tony Coppola, Carlucho Arellano.

The East Coast Open continues as follows:

Friday (postponed game to resume):

5pm: Black Hound DE 6-6 Altaris

Saturday:

4pm: Gardenvale vs Los Violines

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