WIN FOR DESERT PALM 2 SINGLE MATCH IN DUBAI McLaren Silver Cup
The Snow Polo World Cup is the biggest snow polo event in the world, including twelve teams. In 2015 the Chinese tournament will once again set new standards. Tomorrow starts the prestigious tournament at the Tianjin Goldin Metropolitan Polo Club in China.
Come March, and the Pink City breaks into an exultant celebration of life, a pre-Holi bash which centres around the Elephant. The camel may be the most visible symbol of Rajasthan, but when it comes to Rajput royalty, the elephant wins hands down -
HH Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh of Jaipur and St. Regis Connoisseur Nacho Figueras to play an exhibition match on 24th January. - See more at: http://www.indiainfoline.com/article/news-sector-hotels-tourism/st-regis-hotels-resorts-partners-with-the-rajasthan-polo-club-115012100359_1.html#sthash.LRX1FLqR.dpuf
Another great day’s polo went ahead this Thursday (January 22nd) at the VR Sports Club, in Bangkok, as part of the Thailand Polo King’s Cup, one of Asia’s leading polo tournaments of the year
Ghantoot Polo defeated Habtoor by 8 goals to 7 in the only match held today for the McLaren Cup at the Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club. A very tight match faced Ghantoot with Habtoor. During the five chukkas, both teams battled for the victory that finally achieved Ghantoot by a one goal difference.
Dubai: A total of 10 teams from across the world have been confirmed for the sixth edition of the Dubai Gold Cup 2015 that gets under way from Friday [January 23]. Launched in 2009 by Mohammad Al Habtoor, the Dubai Polo Gold Cup (DPGC) has grown to become the region’s premier polo competition attracting some of the leading corporate executives from across the Gulf region and beyond.
FIRST TOURNAMENT OF THE GOLD CUP SERIES DUBAI POLO KICKS OFF Double action on the opening day of the Silver Cup
The HH President of the UAE Polo Cup comes to a conclusion this weekend in what is sure to be an exciting and fun finish at the family-friendly event.
The oldest and most prestigious polo tournament in New Zealand is soon to get underway with 24 teams entered across four handicap levels. The Mackenzie Salver -5 – 0 goal has six teams whilst The Riddiford and Levin Cup 2 – 3 goal, which was first introduced in 1928 as a junior section, has nine teams including British 1 goaler Will Brasher.