Jan 15, 2015 :: Kitzbuehel welcomes the new year with a class winter sport. For the 13th time the Valartis Bank Snow Polo World Cup will be held on the outskirts of Kitzbuehel from 15 to 18 January, 2015. The event is regarded as the world's largest polo tournament on snow and shines with action-packed equestrian and elegant ambiance. Enjoy the opening in the centre of Kitzbuehel on Thursday. Come and watch the exciting games from Friday to Sunday against the beautiful backdrop of the Wilder Kaiser. Free admission!
3 and 12 goal sections of The National Club Championships will be underway this Saturday. Black Eagles are back to defend their 2014 title of The HPA New Year National Club Championships 12 goal following their win in the 15 goal before Christmas.
One of the world’s oldest games is also one of its fastest – balls travel up to 110 miles per hour – and most dangerous. Man and horse work in partnership to get a ball through a goal, while using every possible strategy to prevent the opposing side from doing so. What happens on that quest is both brutish and beautiful. Basic Rules
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.