Friday, September 18, 2020

124 OPEN DE PARIS ENGEL & VOLKERS

LA CONCEPCION SECURE PLACE IN FINAL; FOUR OTHER TEAMS STILL HAVE CHANCES OF QUALIFYING The 124th Open de Paris Engel & Volkers, third and ultimate...

2017 SEASON IN ENGLAND HIGH GOAL TEAMS ARE GETTING READY

By Alejandra Ocampo While the season in Palm Beach is entering the last stage with the US Open, England gets ready for a new an...

GRISOGONO POLO MASTER A TOTAL OF SEVEN TEAMS IN VILLA...

With a total of 7 teams between 12 and 15 goals the Grisogono Polo Master is taking place at Villa a Sesta Polo Club,...

Greta Morrison Memorial Service

Date Announced RCBPC have informed us that a memorial will be held to celebrate the life and memory of Greta Morrison on Friday 31 August...

SUPA Ladies

National Schools Ladies Arena Championships On Sunday 19 March West Wycombe Polo Arena hosted 48 players comprising of 16 girls’ teams. The hard work of...

POLO IN MADRID KICKS OFF

A SEASON WITH HIGH EXPECTATIONS. POLO IN MADRID KICKS OFF The comeback of high polo to the Spanish capital

LA INDIANA GALLOPS PAST HABTOOR, 12-8 IN BRITISH OPEN PLAY

By Alex Webbe La Indiana (Michael Bickford, Nic Roldan, Agustin Merlos and Luke Tomlinson) was on the attack from the opening throw-in in 2017 Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup action...

16th Bendura Bank Snow Polo World Cup Kitzbühel 2018

Better than ever! The Wilder Kaiser mountains at their very best – buzzing with international players, thrilling team dynamics and, most importantly, fast-paced polo. The...

POLO IN MALLORCA

THE COP DE OTOÑO IS TAKING PLACE AT BARRALINA POLO CLUB The Copa Otoño 2017, the closing tournament of the 2017 season at the Barralina...

St. Moritz pays tribute to its polo players

Four top teams totalling players from seven nations will be competing for the Cartier Trophy at the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz 2015 from 30 January through 1 February next year. On Friday, the new organisers presented the teams and the event’s programme. The world’s only high-goal snow polo tournament wants to resume the success of the early years both as a sporting and a social event.