Brazil win Fortune Heights Snow Polo World Cup

USA settle for second place at the Goldin Metropolitan Polo Club Brazil, not known for its snow sports, had journeyed through the snow polo tournament without a loss, taking to the field for the Final against USA on Saturday 8 February.

Ghantoot Polo take pole position in Final of McLaren Cup

Desert Palm II defeated at Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club On Friday 6 February, the 2015 McLaren Cup Final was played after two weeks of fierce competition, which saw ten talented teams battle for a place in the first Final of The Dubai Polo Gold Series.

Gonzalo Pieres appearance for King Power under Bangkok lights raises King's Cup Polo profile

Thailand's King's Cup Polo event is now the highest handicapped tournament in Asia after attracting the sport's top players

Clarks Pakistan Polo Cup starts today

LAHORE – Lahore Polo Club (LPC) president Haye Mehta Monday said the 12-goal Clarks Pakistan Polo Cup would roll into action today (Tuesday) here at the LPC ground.

Cable Beach Polo 2015

Returning in May, Australia’s original beach polo tournament – Cable Beach Polo 2015.

Nominate: Hawkesbury Arctic Cup Twilight Series, 10-19 February 2015

Hawkesbury Arctic Cup Twilight Series hosted by Willo Polo Club Inc 10 -12 February, 2015 17 – 19 February, 2015 Willo Polo Club Inc (Sydney Polo Club grounds- Lagoon Field) Start time: 6pm

Champions England knocked out in Snow Polo World Cup

A loss to Brazil prevents Quarter Final qualification for England Last year’s Fortune Heights Snow Polo World Cup Champions have been knocked out of the tournament.

McLaren Cup Finalists decided

Ghantoot and Desert Palm 2 make it to the final stage Having won their Semi Finals earlier today, Tariq Albwardy’s Desert Palm 2 and HH Sheikh Falah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s Ghantoot teams will now face one another in the Final of The McLaren Cup.

Three teams unbeaten so far

Since 23rd January 2015, ten teams with handicaps of up to 18 goals fight for the McLaren Cup at the Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club. Until now, all teams have played two-out-of-three preliminary matches. Only three teams – Zedan Polo, Bin Drai Polo and Desert Palm 2 – remain unbeaten so far. UAE, Desert Palm 1 and Edress were defeated in all their matches. The other teams each won once.

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