Cartier Queen's Cup knockout rounds

Results announced for last two days of play at Guards Polo Club The last two day's knockout matches have decided the teams for the Quarter-Finals of The Cartier Queen's Cup 2015, with the favourites all clearing their way through to the next stage of the tournament. Dubai beat Somerton 13-10, VPS Healthcare Sifani lost 14-9 to King Power, and Salkeld knocked out HB Polo, 14-12.

EFG Bank signed up to sponsor Guards Polo Club

Prestigious Club reel in another partner On Wednesday 3 June Guards Polo Club announced that EFG Bank would be joining their already burgeoning list of sponsors.

Cowdray Park: learning polo from scratch and watching the greats of the game in one place

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Women in Polo out to tackle lack of female voices

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Berkshire fire crews rescue polo pony from swimming pool

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Princes William and Harry show brotherly love at polo match

Prince William and his brother Prince Harry enjoyed some healthy competition and showed some brotherly love as they played at the glamorous Audi Polo Challenge. The two British Princes were seen laughing happily as they showed off their horsemanship in London's Coworth Park.

The Cartier Queen’s Cup knock-out for Quarter Final places decided

King Power Foxes, Zacara, UAE Polo and Talandracas automatically qualify. The initial league games for The Cartier Queen's Cup have been completed.


A golden penalty from the stick of Hilario Ulloa in extra time saw Zacara finish top of Group One and gain automatic qualification for next weekend's Cartier Queen's Cup quarter-finals. They defeated the Hanbury's El Remanso in a thrilling match on The Queen's Ground.

Prince Harry Meets Samuel L. Jackson at Baddest Polo Match Ever

Prince Harry, 30, and Samuel L. Jackson, 66, were seen shaking hands, smiling and laughing at their meeting at the Audi Polo Challenge, in Ascot, England.

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