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YEARBOOK

of the UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017

Published by UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® ORGANIZED 1890 This is a record book of USPA activities conducted in 2016.


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COPYRIGHT BY THE UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 9011 LAKE WORTH RD. LAKE WORTH, FL 33467

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CONTENTS Foreword.......................................................................................................................... iv Officers and Governors..................................................................................................... 1 Staff................................................................................................................................... 4 Committees....................................................................................................................... 5 Circuit Information......................................................................................................... 10 Officers Since Organization............................................................................................ 19 Board Of Governors Since Organization........................................................................ 21 Clubs Information........................................................................................................... 24 Member Schools and Colleges........................................................................................ 49 Constitution..................................................................................................................... 54 By-Laws.......................................................................................................................... 63 Outdoor Rules of Play..................................................................................................... 84 Arena Rules of Play...................................................................................................... 106 Tournament Conditions................................................................................................. 122 Equine Drugs and Medications Rules........................................................................... 138 Federation of International Polo................................................................................... 145 USPA Global Licensing, Inc......................................................................................... 147 Polo Training Foundation............................................................................................. 148 Polo Training Foundation Awards................................................................................. 149 Museum of Polo & Hall of Fame.................................................................................. 154 Team USPA................................................................................................................... 162 Willis L. Hartman Trophy............................................................................................. 163 Seymour H. Knox Award.............................................................................................. 165 Hugo Dalmar Trophy.................................................................................................... 166 National Awards............................................................................................................ 168 Circuit Awards............................................................................................................... 170 Club Awards.................................................................................................................. 179 International Tournaments............................................................................................ 183 Past Winners of United States Polo Association Championships................................. 190 National Tournament Results........................................................................................ 257 Intercollegiate Tournament Results.............................................................................. 297 Connie Upchurch Memorial Sportsmanship Award..................................................... 299 Interscholastic Tournament Results.............................................................................. 320 Middle School Tournament Results.............................................................................. 345 Border Circuit............................................................................................................... 359 Central Circuit............................................................................................................... 374 Eastern Circuit.............................................................................................................. 387 Florida Circuit............................................................................................................... 400 Hawaiian Islands Circuit............................................................................................... 431 Mid-States Circuit......................................................................................................... 459 Northeastern Circuit...................................................................................................... 464 Pacific Coast Circuit..................................................................................................... 491 Pacific Northwest Circuit.............................................................................................. 514 Rocky Mountain Circuit............................................................................................... 515 Southeastern Circuit...................................................................................................... 519 Southwestern Circuit..................................................................................................... 546 Outdoor Players Handicapped at Seven Goals or Higher............................................. 565 Arena Players Handicapped at Five Goals or Higher................................................... 568 Umpire Ratings............................................................................................................. 574 Membership and Handicap List.................................................................................... 577

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FOREWORD On behalf of the Board of Governors of the United States Polo Association® (USPA) we are proud to present you with the 2017 Blue Book, which is our record of the Association’s Members, Clubs, Rules, Constitution and Tournaments for 2016. The sport of polo is constantly shifting. The U.S. Open Polo Championship® relocated from New York to Illinois, California, Texas and now Florida. Historically, polo has been played on the grass by amateurs, but now encompasses professional arena competition. Therefore, we must be flexible and adopt while we accomplish our mission and maintain the spirit of the history and traditions of our sport. With our new financial wealth, we continue to invest in our Member Clubs and the sport. These efforts include significantly increasing the investment in the Polo Development Initiative (PDI) program. The PDIs directly impact those clubs who are making significant local contributions to grow the sport and need financial support to aid in realizing their initiatives. Meanwhile we must also reserve a portion of our income to create a legacy that ensures the strength of the sport in order to keep it vibrant well into the future. In the U.S., the clubs that are successful are the ones that have a leader. As in most

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 successful businesses, often times this leader is the club owner or an influential manager. It takes someone who can lead and bear the weight of success or failure. Similar to a polo game, winning feels extraordinary, while losing can be a heavy burden. Polo Development has established many excellent programs that can be reviewed in our Annual Report. These programs are available to help you and your club grow membership and breathe new life into the sport at the grassroots level. Umpires LLC continues to receive tremendous support from our members. We all enjoy a game that has fair officiating. Umpiring is challenging with a sport that involves the speed at which our game is played. Calls are missed, both for and against us at times, but the umpires work tirelessly to improve how they call the game to ensure safe, fair and fun polo. In addition, Umpires LLC is developing a transparent approach to allow honest and insightful feedback to the umpires, including external reviews; this will to help them improve their skills. Behind the scenes there is a dedicated staff working to help you as well. Our Services Division focuses on marketing and social media efforts, the website, tournaments, handicaps, international competition and membership. The website has improved dramatically and is now up to date with scores, a handicap search, and so much more to give you a single source for the information you need to enjoy the sport. In addition, games are livestreamed on the USPA Polo Network and also available on demand to watch. This serves to spread the word about the excitement of the sport. The USPA is also reviewing how we are organized to ensure we deliver on our promise to be responsive to Members and Member Clubs. The Board has initiated another strategic plan, led by President Chip Campbell, that will examine how we should be structured to

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ensure an effective nimble Board. You will see more of this in the coming months. The 2017 Blue Book has a wealth of history within its pages. We invite you to spend time perusing the pages and enjoy the legacy that you continue to build upon. It is our hope that you feel both honored and humbled to be part of the best sport in the world, and we must strive to get others to enjoy the game. The best way to grow the sport is for each of us to get one new player a year on horseback and give them an unforgettable polo experience. The Association is here to help you. In 2016 • We finished the year with 291 Member Clubs and 5,451 total members, a historical membership record • A total of 344 USPA Tournaments were held across the country, up 3.3% from 2015. • We have increased the number of games umpired by professional umpires from 1640 in 2015 to 2210 in 2016. • We ended the year with 284 certified arena and outdoor umpires. • A record 121 teams participated in the Intercollegiate/Interscholastic Program. • We conducted 33 NYTS Qualifiers with 265 participants. • We increased PDI to $425,000 which was awarded to 77 Clubs. In 2017 that amount will be increased to a total of $750,000. The United States Polo Association® is comprised of individual Members and Member Clubs, and the Board and staff are here for you! If you need something to help you enjoy your polo experience, we encourage you to reach out and ask your Circuit Governor, or call the polo office (561) 642-2265. The leadership of your association join me as I wish you the best in all your polo endeavors. Let’s play polo!

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USPA CODE OF CONDUCT The United States Polo Association requests that all USPA member clubs and individuals honor and adhere to the following Code of Conduct: 1. Always respect the game and follow all USPA rules and tournament conditions. 2. Always respect your teammates, opponents and officials. 3. Always demonstrate good sportsmanship. 4. Always consider the welfare of the horses. 5. Always respect the club and club facilities. 6. Always compete without the use of drugs and/or alcohol. 7. Always compete to win.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 9011 Lake Worth Road • Lake Worth, FL 33467 Phone: (800) 232-USPA Fax: (888) 391-7410 uspa@uspolo.org www.uspolo.org

Joseph Meyer, Chairman (404) 606-3434 jm@meyercap.com

USPA OFFICERS Edward “Chip” Campbell III, President (318) 425-1680 chip@campbellcompanies.net

Thomas Gose, Secretary (210) 216-0819 tomgose@retamco.com

Samuel Ramirez Jr., Secretary (646) 246-7300 sam@nycpolo.com

USPA CIRCUIT GOVERNORS To serve until October 2018 Daniel Coleman (Border) Leighton Jordan (Northeastern) (203) 661-3344 (602) 284-5988 leightonjordan@whitebirchpaper.com daniel.coleman@candiasystems.com Robert McMurtry (Central) (708) 769-8325 bmcmurtry@tecairinc.com

Daniel Walker (Pacific Coast) (562) 335-0825 Daniel.Walker@fmb.com

Joseph Muldoon (Eastern) (202) 714-7656 jamuldoon@aol.com

Robert Petersen (Pacific Northwest)

Melissa Ganzi (Florida) (561) 373-0303 Melissaganzi@me.com

Erica Gandomcar-Sachs (Rocky Mountain) (303) 791-7656 erica@denverpoloclub.com

David Ragland (Great Plains) (405) 833-5783 D.ragland@aol.com

John “Jake” Flournoy (Southeastern) (706) 324-4000 jake@flournoypartners.com

Bill Kirton (Hawaiian Islands) (808) 292-4200 b.kirton@hotmail.com

Paul Jornayvaz (Southwestern) (713) 650-0173 paulj@sherbrookepartners.com

Mark Sedacca (Midstates) (513) 831-5717 marksedacca@gmail.com 1


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Julio Arellano (561) 379-3322 amistapolo@aol.com

UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® USPA GOVERNORS-AT-LARGE To serve until October 2017 Dennis L. Geiler (949) 729-2230 denny@poloproperties.com

Steven Armour (979) 282-8280 shanghai13@aol.com

Robert Jornayvaz (303) 296-3006 bobj@intrepidpotash.com

Stewart Armstrong (210) 213- 6079 stewartarm@gmail.com

Stephen Orthwein Jr. (561) 951-1492 sorthweinjr@gmail.com

Maureen Brennan (540) 270-4977 maureen@vipoloclub.com

Peter Poor (978) 356-5601 stagehillpolo@verizon.net

Avery Chapman (561) 753-5996 ascesq1@cs.com

Dale Smicklas (405) 202-9043 dsmick@aol.com

Anthony Coppola (561) 793-2012 tony@tackeria.com

Scott Walker (951) 285-1899 scottewalker3@hotmail.com

Thomas J. Biddle Sr. Orrin H. Ingram S.K. Johnston Jr.

HONORARY GOVERNORS Stephen Orthwein John C. Oxley Richard Riemenschneider

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 USPA MARKETING, LLC BOARD Scott Walker, Chairman (951) 285-1899 scottewalker3@hotmail.com

Leighton Jordan (203) 661-3344 leightonjordan@whitebirchpaper.com

Bruce Colley (914) 277-4800 bdc02@aol.com

Duncan Huyler, Ex-Officio (800) 232-8772 dhuyler@uspolo.org

Christopher Dawson (808) 292-4200 chris@dawsonhawaii.com USPA POLO DEVELOPMENT, LLC BOARD David Ragland Charles W. Smith, Chairman (405) 833-5783 (817) 341-0394 d.ragland@aol.com cwsmith43@earthlink.net Chrys D. Beal (432) 352-2001 chrysbeal@gmail.com

Kristine Bowman (703) 362-7656 kbowman@uspolo.org

Dennis Geiler (949) 729-2230 denny@poloproperties.com

Duncan Huyler, Ex-Officio (800) 232-8772 dhuyler@uspolo.org

David Wenning (413) 531-2469 david_wenning@yahoo.com USPA UMPIRES, LLC BOARD Thomas Gose Britt Baker, Chairman (210) 216-0819 (515) 669-0300 tomgose@retamco.com bbaker@bakerelectric.com Stewart Armstrong (210) 213-6079 stewartarm@gmail.com

Dale Smicklas (405) 202-9043 dsmick@aol.com

Thomas J. Biddle Sr. (803) 648-7874 tom@biddlerealty.net

Duncan Huyler, Ex-Officio (800) 232-8772 dhuyler@uspolo.org

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ USPA HEADQUARTERS & STAFF 9011 Lake Worth Rd. Lake Worth, FL 33467 (800) 232-8772 Fax: (888) 391-7410 Duncan Huyler, Chief Executive Officer Services Robert Puetz, Executive Director Lindsay Dolan, Services Administrator Lindsey Ebersbach, Tournament Administrator Matthew Baran, Director of Communications Summer Keeney, Communications Coordinator Cristina Fernandez, Club Marketing Coordinator Corporate- Finance and Administration Susan Present, CPA, CGMA, CFE, Chief Financial Officer Kelly Vanderwerff, Controller Jennifer Furlow, Assistant Controller Deanna Sullivan, Accounting Coordinator Beverly Basist, Human Resources/Information Technology Barbara Dostal, Administrative Assistant USPA Marketing, LLC Robert Puetz, Executive Director USPA Polo Development, LLC Kristine Bowman, Executive Director Amanda Snow, Director of Player Development Elizabeth Holson, Clinic Coordinator Elizabeth Hedley, Polo Development Coordinator Justin Powers, Director of Club Development Jessica Downey, Executive Assistant/ Certification Administrator Amy Fraser, Intercollegiate/Interscholastic Program Director Alexandra Davidge, Intercollegiate/Interscholastic Coordinator Emily Dewey, Intercollegiate/Interscholastic Tournament Director USPA Umpires, LLC Charles Muldoon, Executive Director Steven Lane, Head Umpire Instructor Bradley Biddle, Roving Umpire Instructor Marguerite Mitchell, Umpire Manager

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Chip Campbell Anthony Coppola Thomas Gose

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Joseph Meyer, Chairman Samuel Ramirez Jr. Robert Jornayvaz III Dennis Geiler Mark Sedacca Melissa Ganzi USPA SERVICES DIVISION COMMITTEES ARENA POLO COMMITTEE Daniel Coleman, Chairman Edward Armstrong, Vice-Chairman Robin Sanchez, Vice-Chairman

Thomas Biddle Jr. Robert Ceperano Sarah Coleman James DeAngelis David Eldredge Rodney Fragodt Dennis Geiler

Steven Armour John Blankenship James Burton Avery Chapman Dan Colhoun Dean Daggett Barbara Donahue

Steven Rudolph

Mark Gillespie Thomas Goodspeed Chris Green Karl Hilberg Megan Judge Louis Lopez Jr. Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow

Raymond Noh Lisa Nousek Robin Sanchez Daniel Scheraga Jennifer Williams Jorge Vasquez Tony Yahyai

ARMED FORCES POLO COMMITTEE Karl Hilberg, Chairman Mark Gillespie, Vice-Chairman John Flournoy Jr. Steven Smith Roman Fontes Lisa Snow Allen Hoe Marisa Tanner Gary Knoll Steven Walsh Patrick Nesbitt Elena Wicker Rob Phipps Mike Yermakov Parker Scott AUDIT COMMITTEE Eugene Burk, Committee Chairman Charles Stanislawski

BOARD AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Joseph Muldoon, Committee Chairman Britt Baker Stephen Orthwein Jr. Charles Smith Daniel Walker Erica Gandomcar-Sachs Leighton Jordan Thomas Gose David Ragland

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CLUB AND MEMBER ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE Steven Armour, Chairman Ed Armstrong Dennis Geiler George Dill David Brooks Sheila Everett CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE Paul Jornayvaz, Chairman Avery Chapman, Vice-Chairman Steven Armour

Joe Muldoon EQUINE WELFARE COMMITTEE Mark Sedacca, Chairman

Dr. Richard Caleel Avery Chapman Tania Evans Brittany Halstead Keller Henderson Kirsten Ludwig Michael Manno DVM

Peter Alworth Chip Campbell Avery Chapman John “Jake” Flournoy Jr.

Peter Alworth Carlos Arellano Jr. Kelly Beal Thomas Biddle Jr. Maureen Brennan Michael Carney Joey Casey

Marc Ganzi Thomas Gose Jeffrey Hildebrand

Mary Muldoon Clint Nangle Yarrow Pallo Gwen Rizzo Robin Sanchez Katherine Snow Lydia Sudick FINANCE COMMITTEE Samuel Ramirez Jr., Chairman Dennis Geiler Thomas Gose Robert Jornayvaz Joseph Meyer HANDICAP COMMITTEE Stephen Orthwein Jr., Chairman Anthony Coppola Herman Louis-DeCoite George Dill Luis Escobar Thomas Goodspeed Robert Jornayvaz Charles Muldoon

Kathleen Timmons DVM Aimee Waters Dawn Weber Gillian Young Jesse Weir

James Parr Hutch Radcliff

Adren Nance Steve Lane Martin Pepa Peter Rizzo Trey Schott Michael Uretz Tom Uskup

HIGH GOAL COMMITTEE Maureen Brennan, Chairman Duncan Huyler Martin Pepa Roberto Zedda Charles Muldoon James Newman

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE George Dill, Chairman Glen Holden Sr. Samuel Ramirez Doreen Ladin Wesley Ru Robert Leary Geraldine Strunksy Robert Miller Lydia Sudick Clint Nangle Paul von Gontard Stephen Orthwein Derek Wolstenholme Stephen Orthwein Jr. Tony Yahyai Patrick Nesbitt

Edward Armstrong Paige Beard Dr. Richard Caleel Bruce Colley Christopher Dawson Olson Fenwick Melissa Ganzi Mark Gillespie

NOMINATING COMMITTEE Charles Weaver, Chairman Maureen Brennan Erica Gandomcar-Sachs

Leighton Jordan Paul Jornayvaz

Robert Petersen David Ragland

Chrys Beal William Bennett Avery Chapman Anthony Coppola George Dill

SAFETY COMMITTEE Dr. Thorkild Vad Norregaard, Chairman Robert Donahey Dr. Stephanie Riemann Stan Feldman Robin Sanchez Clint Nangle Dr. Stephen Seager Diana Palmer Dr. Vic Ramon

Steve Armour Edward Armstrong Stewart Armstrong Maureen Brennan Anthony Coppola

TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE Michael D. Carney, Chairman Jeff Hall Stephen Orthwein Jr. Stormie Hale Peter Poor Melanja Jones Charles Smith James Newman Daniel Walker Jennifer McLeavy Tobin Wayman

Chrys Beal Elizabeth Beer Maureen Brennan Monica Ganley Jessica Goldstein Lesley Ann Fong-Yee

WOMEN’S POLO COMMITTEE Erica Gandomcar-Sachs, Chairwoman Stormie Hale Joanne Smicklas Janine Mills Julia Smith Clint Nangle Lynn Thompson Karen Reese Gillian Young Arshia Rios Bridget Sibson

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USPA POLO DEVELOPMENT, LLC COMMITTEES CLUB AND MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Dennis Geiler, Chairman Steven Armour Edward Armstrong Chrys Beal David Brooks James DeAngelis Max Duarte Julie Empey

Sheila Everett Kyle Fargey Lesley Ann Fong-Yee Jim Huber Melanja Jones Paul Jornayvaz Megan Judge

Scott Lancaster Richard Lara Mark Nance Margaret Paur Robin Sanchez Erik Wright

INTERCOLLEGIATE/INTERSCHOLASTIC COMMITTEE David Wenning, Chairman Dr. Philip Abel Steven Armour Liz Brayboy James DeAngelis Carina Deck Annetta Evans Stan Feldman Yaz Grotnik

Brandon Alcott Haley Bryan Teal Lachlan

Steven Armour Chrys Beal Thomas Gose Gillian Johnston

Lezlie Hiner Duncan Huyler Melanja Jones Megan Judge Miranda Luna Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow Stephanie Massey Elizabeth Obrecht

Robin Sanchez Daniel Scheraga Parker Scott Olivia Stringer Lynn Thompson Mike VanDerWerken Tom Wisehart

JUNIOR POLO COMMITTEE Chrys Beal, Chairwoman Margaret Paur Nicholas Snow Charles Smith Carolyn Stimmel

TEAM USPA COMMITTEE Charles Smith, Chairman Joseph Meyer Peter Rizzo Charles Muldoon Adam Snow James Newman Tommy Wayman Owen Rinehart

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RULES AND RULES INTERPRETATION COMMITTEE Thomas Gose, Chairman Carlucho Arellano Stewart Armstrong Michael Carney

Chris Green Melanja Jones Mark Sedacca

Jeffery Scheraga Toby Wayman

ARENA RULES SUBCOMMITTEE Chris Green, Chairman Tommy Biddle David Eldredge Amy Fraser

Tom Goodspeed Steve Lane Lisa Nousek

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CIRCUITS, CIRCUIT HANDICAP COMMITTEES, MEMBER CLUBS BORDER CIRCUIT Daniel Coleman, Governor (602) 284-5988 ~ daniel.coleman@candiasystems.com Lieutenant Governors George Estrada Jr. (623) 680-6215 ~ george.poloazteca@gmail.com Yvonne Golston (505) 920-3046 ~ y.golston@att.net Richard Lara (915) 241-7888 ~ riclara@me.com Tony Yahai (858) 345-7172 ~ tyahyai@clubpolocabo.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Adren Nance, Chairman (505) 280-5403 ~ adren@npslawfirm.com Greg Brouillette

Fritz Felhaber

Chuck Rogers

MEMBER CLUBS Arizona Polo Club Azteca Polo Club Being the Change Polo Club Club Polo Cabo Costa Carayes Polo Club El Caso Ranch Polo Club

El Conquistador Polo Club El Rey Polo Club Las Canchas Polo Club New Mexico Polo Club North Scottsdale Polo Club Pie Town Polo Club

Rancho Santa Maria Polo Club San Patricio Polo Club Silver and Saddles Polo Club Skull Valley Polo Club

CENTRAL CIRCUIT Robert McMurtry, Governor (708) 769-8325 ~ bmcmurtry@tecairinc.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Peter Y. Alworth, Chairman (763) 497-7777 ~ palworth@gmail.com Britt Baker Scott Lancaster

John M. Ryan Clifton Yandell MEMBER CLUBS

Arranmore Polo Club Barrington Hills Polo Cub Blackberry Polo Club Chicago International Polo Club Des Moines Polo Club Hillside Farm Polo Club

Little Egypt Polo Club Madison Polo Club Milwaukee Polo Club Morgan Creek Polo Club Old Oak Brook Polo Club Peoria Polo Club Quad Cities Polo Club

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Sioux Falls Polo Club St. Croix Polo Club St. Louis Polo Club Twin City Polo Club University of Wisconsin Madison Polo Club


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® EASTERN CIRCUIT Joseph Muldoon, Governor (202) 714-7656 ~ jamuldoon@aol.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Charles Muldoon, Chairman (240) 731-2248 ~ cmuldoon68@gmail.com

Cynthia Buchanan Maureen Brennan

William Patrick Clark Jr. Max J. Hempt

Kim Kirschnick

MEMBER CLUBS Amwell Valley Polo Club Army Polo Club Barefield Polo Club Battlefield Park Polo Club Brandywine Polo Club Capitol Polo Club Charlottesville Polo Club Chetwood Park Polo Club Congressional Polo Club Cowtown Polo Club Dan River Polo Club Dovecote Polo Club Foxlease Polo Club

Garrison Forest School Great Meadow Polo Club Lancaster Polo Club Maryland Polo Club Middleburg Polo Center Middleburg Polo Club Mountain View Polo Club Natania Farm Polo Club Polo Club at Virginia Tech Potomac Polo Club Red Eagle Polo Club Roseland Polo Club Seneca Polo Club

Shannon Hill Polo Club Tinicum Park Polo Club University of Pennsylvania Polo Club Virginia Beach Polo Club Virginia International Polo Club Virginia Polo, Inc. Virginia Polo Team, Inc. Washington & Lee University Polo Club West Shore Polo Club

FLORIDA CIRCUIT Melissa Ganzi, Governor (561) 373-0303 ~ melissaganzi@me.com Lieutenant Governor Anthony Coppola (561) 793-2012 ~ tony@tackeria.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Peter Rizzo, Chairman (561) 777-6448 ~ rizzo.poloworks@gmail.com Carlos Arellano Juan Bollini

Joey Casey Martin Pepa

Dave Rizzo

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MEMBER CLUBS BG Vero Beach Polo Club DI Polo Club El Sur Polo Club Equueleus Polo Club Escue Polo Club Everglades Polo Club Far Niente Polo Club Flying Cow Polo Club GPL Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Gulfstream Polo Club

Hobe Sound Polo Club International Polo Club Palm Beach Jamaica Polo Association Jan Pamela Farms, LLC La Posta Polo Club Ocala Polo Association Oxford Polo Club Palm Beach Polo Club Palm City Polo Club, LLC Port Mayaca Polo Club

Red Hills Polo Clib Santa Clara Polo Club Sarasota Polo Club South Forty Polo Club Tampa Bay Polo Club and School The Polo School University of Miami Polo Club Villa Del Lago Polo Club Villages Polo Club

GREAT PLAINS CIRCUIT David Ragland, Governor (405) 833-5783 ~ Email: d.ragland@aol.com Lieutenant Governor Susan Koehler (303) 517-9438 ~ susanlkoehler@hotmail.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Michael D. Carney, Chairman (316) 686-7314 ~ mike@ecarn.com MEMBER CLUBS Arrowhead Polo Club Fairfield Polo Club Green Country Polo Club

Mariposa Polo Club NWA Polo Club OKC Polo Club

Oklahoma State Polo Club Tulsa Polo Club

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT Wilford “Bill” Kirton, Governor (808) 268-6540 ~ b.kirton@hotmail.com Lieutenant Governor Christopher Dawson (808) 292-4200 ~ cdawson@dawson8a.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Herman-Louis DeCoite, Chairman (808) 870-7232 ~ hawaiianhurricanepolo@gmail.com MEMBER CLUBS Hawaii Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club

Maui Polo Club Mauna Kea Polo Club

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® MIDSTATES CIRCUIT Mark Sedacca, Governor (513) 831-5717 ~ marksedacca@gmail.com Lieutenant Governors Cliff Sifton (905) 477-8000 ~ cliff.sifton@armadale.on.ca Chad Middendorf (502) 489-9689 ~ chad@greenrockusa.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Trey Schott, Chairman (859) 312-3480 ~ rmfhorses@msn.com

Mark Powers

Clifford Sifton

Bliss Polo Club Brownsboro Polo Club Cedar Valley Polo Club Cincinnati Polo Club Columbus Polo Club Culver Academies Polo Club Darlington Polo Club Derry Heir Farm Polo Club Detroit Polo Club Hickory Hall Polo Club

Lexington Polo Assn. Louisville Polo Club Meadowview Farm Polo Club Michigan State Polo Club Mt. Brilliant Polo, LLC Play Polo Club, LLC Queen City Polo Club Toronto Polo Club

Callan Strouss

MEMBER CLUBS University of Guelph Polo Club University of Kentucky Polo Club University of Louisville Polo Club University of Michigan Polo Club University of Western Ontario Polo Club

NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT Leighton S. Jordan, Governor (203)913-9378 ~ leightonjordan@whitebirchpaper.com Lieutenant Governors Robert C. Ceparano (631) 345-9585 ~ bob@country-farms.com Bruce Colley (914) 2747-4800 ~ bdc02@aol.com James DeAngelis (202) 489-5963 ~ jdeange900@aol.com Sam Ramirez (646) 246-7300 ~ sam@nycpolo.com James Rossi (518) 441-4021 ~ jrossi@saratogapolo.com Nicholas Snow (978) 356-4422 ~ nicholasbsnow@gmail.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Thomas Biddle Jr., Chairman (803) 645-1065 ~ tbiddle6@aim.com Pablo Alberdi Randolph Aversano

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MEMBER CLUBS Acoaxet Polo Club Adirondack Polo Club Alfred State Polo Club Bloomfield Polo Club Boston Polo Club Bridgehampton Polo Club Brown University Polo Club Buckleigh Polo Club Central New York Polo Club Connecticut Polo Club Cornell Polo Club Country Farms Polo Club Fairfield County Hunt Club Gardnertown Polo Club

Giant Valley Polo Club Glen Farm Polo Club Greenwich Polo Club Harvard University Polo Club Haviland Hollow Polo Club Heritage Farm Polo Club Mashomack Polo Club Meadowbrook Polo Club Middlesex Polo Club Myopia Polo Club North Fork Polo Club Princeton University Polo Roger Williams University Polo Club Saratoga Polo Association Simsbury Polo Club

Skaneateles Polo Club Skidmore College Polo Club Southampton Polo Club Stage Hill Polo Club Sugarbush Polo Club UCONN Polo Club U.S. Military Polo Assn. University of Massachusetts Polo Club Westchester Polo Club Western New York Polo Club Yale Polo Club Yale Polo & Equestrian Center

PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT Daniel Walker, Governor (562) 335-0825 ~ Daniel.Walker@fmb.com Lieutenant Governors Jef T. Graham (650) 465-8900 ~ jef_graham@yahoo.com Chris Maloney (858) 205-5100 ~ chris.maloney@tritech.com

Graham Bray Joe Henderson

HANDICAP COMMITTEE Michael Uretz, Chairman (310) 600-2095 ~ mikeuretz@gmail.com Michael Kerley Gaston von Wernich Eric Sears MEMBER CLUBS

Bella Vista Polo Club Cal Poly Polo Club California Polo Club California State UniversityMonterey Bay Central Coast Polo Club Cerro Pampa Polo Club Deer Creek Polo Club Eldorado Polo Club Empire Polo Club Fair Hills Polo & Hunt Club

Grants Farm Manor Polo Club Horse Park Polo Club Lakeside Polo Club Menlo Polo Club Oakdale Polo Club Orange County Polo Club Poway Polo Club San Diego Polo Club San Diego Surf Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club South Bay Polo Club

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Stanford University Polo Club Sutter Buttes Polo Club Twin Palms Polo Club University of Southern California Polo Club University of Pacific Polo Club Westmont Polo Club Will Rogers Polo Club Wine Country Polo Club


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® PACIFIC NORTHWEST CIRCUIT Robert Petersen, Governor Lieutenant Governor Orrin Connell (307) 751-3473 ~ gdill3111@gmail.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE George Dill, Chairman (253) 732-3111 ~ gdill3111@gmail.com MEMBER CLUBS

Bend Polo Club Big Horn Polo Club Black Diamond Polo Club Calgary Polo Club Cascade Polo Club Diamond B Polo Club Flying H. Ranch Polo Club Hidden Creek Polo Club Jackson Hole Polo Club La Conner Polo Club La Grande Polo Club

Montana State University Okanagan Polo Club Oregon State University Polo Club Polo Peak Polo Club Prairie Polo Club Rose City Polo Club Saskatoon Polo Club Seattle Polo & Equestrian Club Spokane Polo Club

Springfield Polo Club Tacoma Polo Club University of Idaho Polo Club Utah Polo Club Vancouver Polo Club Victoria Polo Club Washington State University Polo Club White Swan Polo Club

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT Erica Gandomcar-Sachs, Governor (303) 791-7556 ~ erica@denverpoloclub.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Robert Jornayvaz III Chairman (303) 296-3006 ~ bobj@intrepidpotash.com Robert Burk Donald L. DeLise

Erica Gandomcar-Sachs Rick Lontin MEMBER CLUBS

Aspen Valley Polo Club Boulder Polo Club Colorado State University Polo Club

Columbine Polo & Equestrian Center, LLC Denver Polo Club Left Hand Polo Club, LLC

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R&L Farms Polo Club Red Rock Rangers Polo Roaring Fork Polo Club


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT John “Jake” Flournoy, Jr - Governor, Governor (706) 940-0707 ~ jake@flournoypartners.com Lieutenant Governors Jolie L. Liston (404) 328-8401 ~ jliston924@aol.com W. Hunter Lyons (251) 895-2501 ~ hlyons@gulfcity.com Doug Parsons (985) 869-3181 ~ 1dougparsons@gmail.com Tomas Uskup (803) 295-3200 ~ tuskup@bcww.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Thomas Uskup, Chairman (803) 295-3200 ~ tuskup@bcgww.com Craig Fraser

Horacio Onetto MEMBER CLUBS

Aiken Polo Club Atlanta Polo Club Atlanta Regional Polo Center Bendabout Farm Polo Club Bluewater Creek Polo Carrollton Polo Club Chukkar Farm Polo Club Crestview Polo Club

Emory University Polo Club Farmer Road Polo Club, LLC Franklin Polo Academy Hyde Park Polo Club Langdon Road Polo Club Memphis Polo Club Nashville Polo Club New Bridge Polo Club

New Orleans Polo Club Overbrook Farms Polo Point Clear Polo Club Promise Farms Polo Club Triangle Area Polo Club Union Hill Polo Club Upatoi Polo Club Wagener Polo Club

SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT Paul Jornayvaz, Governor (713) 650-0173 ~ paulj@lemlp.com Lieutenant Governor Robin Sanchez (717) 645-6778 ~ robin@pololessons.com HANDICAP COMMITTEE Kelly S. Beal, Chairman (432) 682-3753 ~ kbeal@btaoil.com John D. Alexander Jr. Dennis Antolik Doug Brunet William Mudra

Todd Offen Robert Payne Mark Prinsloo Archie Salinas

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Jimmy Seward Carolyn Stimmel


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Ancha Polo Club County Line Polo Club Crossfire Polo Club, LLC Dallas Polo Club East Texas Polo Club Fancourt Polo Club Heart of Texas Polo Club Houston Polo Club Margaritaville Polo Club McAllen Polo Club Midland Polo Club

Pecan Acres Polo Club, LLC Prestonwood Polo Club River Bend Polo Club San Antonio Polo Club San Saba Polo Club, LLC South Texas Polo Club Southern Methodist University Polo Club Stonebriar Polo Club Texas A&M University Polo Club

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Texas Christian University Polo Club Texas Military Polo Club Texas State University Polo Club Texas Tech Polo Club University of Texas Polo Club Willow Bend Polo Club


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® OFFICERS Since Organization Honorary Chairman W.A. Hazard 1922 to 1923 H.P. Whitney 1923 to 1924

Robert E. Strawbridg Jr. 1950 to 1966 Paul Butler 1966 to 1972

H.L. Herbert 1890 to 1921 W.A. Hazard 1921 to 1922 Louis E. Stoddard 1922 to 1936 R.E. Strawbridge Jr. 1936 to 1940 Elbridge T. Gerry 1940 to 1946 R.E. Strawbridge Jr. 1946 to 1950 Devereux Milburn Jr. 1950 to 1960 George C. Sherman Jr. 1960 to 1966 Northrup R. Knox 1966 to 1970 William T. Ylvisaker 1970 to 1975 Hugo Dalmar, Jr. 1975 to 1976 Carleton F. Burke 1934 to 1936 F.S. von Stade 1934 to 1938 Frederic McLaughlin 1934 to 1935 Thomas H. White 1935 to 1936 Thomas Hitchcock Jr. 1938 to 1939 Devereux Milburn 1939 to 1942 Elbridge T. Gerry 1946 to 1947 Devereux Milburn Jr. 1947 to 1950

Chairman

Norman Brinker 1976 to 1980 William Sinclaire 1980 to 1984 S.K. Johnston Jr. 1984 to 1988 John C. Oxley 1988 to 1991 Stephen A. Orthwein 1991 to 1995 Richard C. Riemenschneider 1995 to 1999 Orrin H. Ingram 1999 to 2003 Jack L. Shelton 2003 to 2007 Thomas J. Biddle Sr. 2007 to 2011 Charles E. Weaver 2012 to 2015 Joseph P. Meyer 2015 to Present

Vice- Chairman

Carlton Beal 1950 to 1953 George C. Sherman Jr. 1953 to 1960 John B. Armstrong 1960 to 1962 L. C. Smith 1962 to 1966 William T. Ylvisaker 1966 to 1970 Northrup R. Knox 1970 to 1971 William S. Farish III 1971 to 1973

Honorary Secretary J. Ford Johnson Jr. 1927 to 1935 J. Cheever Cowdin 1927 to 1929

Honorary Treasurer

George H. Mead 1929 to 1935

President Hugo Dalmar Jr. 1973 to 1975 Orrin H. Ingram 1997 to 1999 Norman Brinker 1975 to 1976 Robert “Robin” Uihlein III 1999 to 2001 William Sinclaire 1976 to 1980 Jack L. Shelton 2001 to 2003 S.K. Johnston Jr. 1980 to 1986 Thomas J. Biddle Sr. 2003 to 2007 Donald V. Little 1984 to 1986 Charles E. Weaver 2007 to 2011 Stephen A. Orthwein Sr 1981 to 1991 Patrick Nesbitt 2011 to 2012 Dr. Robert G. Walton 1991 to 1993 Joseph P. Meyer 2012 to 2015 Richard C. Riemenschneider 1993 to 1995 Edward “Chip” Campbell III 2015 to Present Jack L. Shelton 1995 to 1997

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Executive Vice-President Donald V. Little 1980 to 1984 Thomas Gose 1993 to 1995 John C. Oxley 1984 to 1988 Orrin H. Ingram 1995 to 1997 Patrick Dix 1988 to 1991 Jack L. Shelton 1997 to 2001 Richard C. Riemenschneider 1991 to 1993 George R. Rawlings 2001 to 2003 Vice-President William Sinclaire 1973 to 1976 Dr. Robert G. Walton 1988 to 1991 Norman Brinker 1975 Stewart Armstrong 1991 to 1993 Donald V. Little 1975 to 1979 Richard Hartnett 1993 to 1995 W. Mackall Jason 1976 to 1980 Fred P. Mannix 1995 to 1999 S.K. Johnston Jr. 1979 to 1980 Andrew Busch 1999 to 2000 John C. Oxley 1980 to 1984 Thomas J. Biddle Sr. 2000 to 2003 W. Mackall Jason 1984 to 1988 Secretary W. Russell Grace 1922 to 1923 J. Ford Johnson Jr. 1923 to 1927 J. Ford Johnson Jr. 1935 to 1936 Hugo Dalmar Jr. 1971 to 1973 Richard C. Latham 1973 to 1975 Thomas N. Dowd 1975 to 1979 Donald V. Little 1979 to 1980 Allen D. Scherer 1980 to 1984 Stephen A. Orthwein 1984 to 1988 Merle R. Jenkins 1988 to 1991

Adam M. Lindemann 1991 to 1994 Andrew Busch 1994 to 1998 Thomas Boyle III 1998 to 1999 Kimberly A. Thomas 1999 to 2000 George R. Rawlings 2000 to 2001 Mario G. de Mendoza III 2001 to 2003 Patrick Nesbitt 2009 to 2011 Joseph P. Meyer 2011 to 2012 Daniel Walker 2012 to 2015 Thomas Gose 2015 to Present Treasurer

J. Cheever Cowdin 1922 to 1927 Elbridge T. Gerry 1935 to 1936 William Sinclaire 1971 to 1973 Donald V. Little 1973 to 1975 W. Mackall Jason 1975 to 1976 Adolphus B. Orthwein Jr. 1976 to 1980 W. Mackall Jason 1980 to 1984 Allan D. Scherer 1984 to 1987

Richard C. Riemenschneider 1987 to 1991 Thomas Gose 1991 to 1992 Ed Scanlon 1992 to 1996 Thomas J. Biddle Sr. 1996 to 2000 Daniel W. Colhoun Jr. 2000 to 2003 Robert Donahey 2009 to 2012 Edward R. “Chip” Campbell 2012 to 2015 Samuel Ramirez Jr. 2015 to Present

Secretary and Treasurer Douglas Robinson 1890 to 1893 E.C. Potter 1893 to 1898 W.A. Hazard 1898 to 1922 F.S. O’Reilly 1927 to 1935 Elbridge T. Gerry 1936 to 1939

Henry Lewis III 1950 to 1960 William T. Ylvisaker 1960 to 1962 Northrup R. Knox 1962 to 1965 William T. Ylvisaker 1965 to 1966 C. Heath Manning 1966 to 1971 Glen A. Holden Jr. 2003 to 2007 George Alexander Jr. 2007 to 2009

Gouverneur Carnochan 1939 to 1942

George C. Sherman Jr. 1946 to 1950

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Carleton F. Burke Elbridge T. Gerry Thomas Hitchcock Jr. Stewart B. Iglehart re-elected John H. Ingersoll Charles H. Jackson Jr. re-elected re-elected W. Thorn Kissel re-elected Seymour H. Knox re-elected re-elected John H. Lapham Devereux Milburn J. Cornelius Rathbone Reginald Sinclaire re-elected Louis E. Stoddard Robert E. Strawbridge Jr. Lt. Col. A.D. Surles Winthrop Taylor F.S. von Stade Thomas H. White John Hay Whitney J. Paul Barringer Gouverneur M. Carnochan William Harding Jackson George H. Bostwick re-elected Carlton Beal re-elected re-elected Harold R. Boyer Maj. Gen. J.K. Herr J. Howland Paddock Edwin G. Bradley Semp Russ Gerald S. Smith Paul Butler Michael G. Phipps Louis Rowan George C. Sherman Jr. re-elected R.E. Havenstrite Devereux Milburn Jr. re-elected Zenas C. Colt Eric Pedley Alan L. Corey Jr. George A. Pope Jr. Robert A. Uihlein Jr. re-elected

BOARD OF GOVERNORS Since Organization

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Raworth Williams re-elected Walter B. Devereux Willis L. Hartman re-elected Philip L. B. Iglehart John F. Krey L.C. Smith Bert Beveridge Philip H. Brady Frank Butterworth Jr. re-elected Charles R. Leonard Jr. Northrup R. Knox re-elected Julian E. Ralston A.D. Beveridge John T. Oxley re-elected John B. Armstrong Seymour H. Knox III William T. Ylvisaker re-elected Henry Lewis, III Thomas B. Glynn Tom Crea C. Heath Manning R.E.L. Wilson III David S. Moore F.J. O’Neill Jr. re-elected Clark Hetherington re-elected James H. Binger A.D. Black John K. Goodman Nelson S. Mead Dean H. Becker Lewis Werner III J.A. Mull Jr. William L. Taylor H.T. Hilliard re-elected William S. Farish III Don Howden Robert D. Beveridge David L. Ferguson Michael Butler A. von Gontard Jr. Raymond R. Guest Jr. re-elected John G. Emery George A. Weymouth Willis M. Allen

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Donald V. Little 1969 to 1973 Peter Dix Sr. 1969 to 1970 re-elected 1974 to 1975 William Sinclaire 1969 to 1971 re-elected 1984 to 1987 Wm. B. Wilson 1969 to 1972 James R. Sharp 1969 to 1972 James B. Cross 1970 to 1972 Henry F. Trione 1972 to 1976 Thomas N. Dowd 1971 to 1975 re-elected 1979 to 1981 John C. Oxley 1972 to 1980 Alfred Fortugno 1972 to 2008 Claude H. Barry 1972 to 1981 Robert T. Stuart Jr. 1972 to 1976 Adolphus B. Orthwein Jr. 1972 to 1976 re-elected 1980 to 1983 Richard C. Latham 1972 to 1973 re-elected 1975 to 1979 Stephen J. Nardi 1972 to 1978 John Barker Hickox 1972 to 1973 Paul T. von Gontard 1973 to 1974 re-elected 2001 to 2009 Stephen M. Gose 1973 to 1989 Merle R. Jenkins 1973 to 1979 re-elected 1984 to 1988 George C. Haas Jr. 1973 to 1992 W. Mackall Jason 1974 to 1975 Fred Dailey 1975 to 1982 re-elected 1986 to 1987 Harold C. Dixon 1975 to 1977 Richard I.G. Jones 1976 to 1977 Edward Bernard 1976 to 1980 re-elected 1988 to 1993 Seth W. Herndon Jr. 1976 to 1979 Glen A. Holden Sr. 1976 to 1985 Robert L. Taylor II 1976 to 1984 Peter J. Winkelman 1976 to 1980 Patrick Dix 1977 to 1981 re-elected 1983 to 1988 re-elected 1992 to 1994 S.K. Johnston Jr. 1977 to 1979 Richard B. Bunn 1978 to 1982 George Alexander Jr. 1978 to 1995 re-elected 1999 to 2007 re-elected 2009 to 2011 H.L. Welker 1979 to 1980 Herbert W. Wilkens 1979 to 1988 Allan D. Scherer 1979 to 1980 Thomas J. Biddle Sr. 1980 to 1984 re-elected 1992 to 1996 re-elected 1998 to 2011 Norman Brinker 1980 to 1984 Stephen Orthwein 1981 to 1984 Murray Samuell Jr. 1981 to 1993

William Daniels Richard Riemenschneider Robert W. Moore Alan F. Marble John E. Smicklas John Flournoy Peter B. Orthwein Bruce Armstrong Dr. Robert G. Walton re-elected William L. Matheson Jr. Bruce Hundley David Ragland re-elected Ronald P. Tongg Michael Fawcett James Gilstrap Stewart Armstrong re-elected Charles Hetherington Patrick Brent Edward Scanlon Richard Whitehead Jack L. Shelton Thomas Gose re-elected re-elected Michael C. Sifton Daniel W. Colhoun Jr. Michael Ebinger Hal Vita Sr. Clint Nangle Orrin Connell George A. Masek Sr. Craig E. (Tag) Liebel Robert “Robin” Uihlein III re-elected Harry Collins Gary V. Holmes Clifton Yandell Lester “Red” Armour III Orrin H. Ingram Fred P. Mannix re-elected Kimberly Thomas Michael D. Carney Richard W. Hartnett Michael Tarnopol Willis Hartman Thomas B. Boyle III re-elected James A. Newman Dr. Madison Richardson James C. Tousignant John B. Goodman 22

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 re-elected George R. Rawlings Andrew D. Busch re-elected Glen A. Holden Jr. re-elected Michael Dailey re-appointed Eugene S. Burk Donald V. Little Jr. Winship Rees Derek J. Wolstenholme H. Ben Taub Dr. Timothy Nice Bud Dardi Mario G. de Mendoza III re-elected Keith W. Alexander Karlene Beal Garber Patrick M. Nesbitt re-elected Glenn R. Watterson II Charles E. Weaver Russell Sheldon S.K. Johnston III George R. Dill re-elected Robert F. Miller Peter F. Poor re-elected Peter Y. Alworth William J. Walsh Jr. David W. Offen Gerry R. Aschinger Chrys D. Beal Britt Baker Anthony Coppola re-elected Robert Donahey Dr. Phillip Karber

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Teresa M. Mull Charles W. Smith Adren Nance Joseph P. Meyer Vic Ramon Christopher Dawson James Burton Dennis Geiler Sunset Hale Gillian Johnston Daniel Walker re-elected Mark Sedacca Daniel Coleman Raymond Mayer Edward “Chip” Campbell III Dr. Richard Caleel Michael McCleary Charles Muldoon Stephen Orthwein Jr. Robert McCloskey Steven Armour Avery Chapman re-elected John “Jake” Flournoy Melissa Ganzi Guillermo Gracida Robert Jornayvaz III Dale Smicklas Erica Gandomcar-Sachs Leighton Jordan Paul Jornayvaz Robert Petersen Julio Arellano Maureen Brennan Samuel Ramirez Jr. Scott Walker Wilford “Bill” Kirton Robert McMurtry

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Arizona Polo Club Border ~ 1982 Black and Blue Diego Florez 8140 E McDowell Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257 (480) 201-4530 info@azpoloclub.com www.arizonapoloclub.com

Acoaxet Polo Club Northeast ~ 2010 David W. Bullis 1942 Crandall Road Tiverton, RI 02878 (401) 297-9113 acoaxetpolo@verizon.net Adirondack Polo Club Northeast ~ 2008 Navy and White Lonnie R. Cross 1040 Stevenson Road Westport, NY 12993 (518) 572-9391 play@adirondackpolo.com www.adirondackpolo.com

Army Polo Club Eastern ~ 1998 Black, Gray and Gold Mark F. Gillespie 6331 Fairfax National Way Centreville, VA 20120 (703) 298-6319 gillespie2@aol.com www.armypoloclub.com

Aiken Polo Club Southeast ~ 1899 Green Charles Bostwick 420 Mead Avenue Aiken, SC 29801 (803) 270-6195 aikenpoloclub@bellsouth.net www.aikenpoloclub.org

Arranmore Polo Club Central ~ 2013 Green, White John Greene 34 Rance Road Oswego, IL 60543 (630) 551-3333 mrodgers@johngreeneland.com Arrowhead Polo Club Great Plains ~ 2010 Hunter Green and Maroon Steven L. Cox 7715 East 111th Street South Suite 114 Tulsa, OK 74133 (918) 232-0305 info@arrowheadpolo.com www.arrowheadpolo.com

Amwell Valley Polo Eastern ~ 1995 Maroon and White William Patrick Clark Jr. PO Box 404 Oldwick, NJ 08858 (609) 947-5550 richaRoadweidel@gmail.com Ancha Polo Club Southwest ~ 2005 Green and White Javier Insua 2134 FM 1704 Elgin, TX 78621 (512) 669-8846 ch@levesque.com www.reatapolo.com

Aspen Valley Polo Club Rocky Mountain ~ 2013 Sky Blue and Silver Marc Ganzi 3275 County Road 100 Carbondale, CO 81623 (970) 710-1663 aspenvalleypolo@bellsouth.net

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Atlanta Polo Club Southeast ~ 1969 Blue and White Adolphus B. Orthwein III 4647 Polo Lane Atlanta, GA 30339 (404) 355-1451 dolphorthwein@gmail.com

Battlefield Park Polo Club Eastern ~ 2009 Red, Black and White Delora H. Burner 5704 Pageland Lane Gainesville, VA 20155 (571) 261-5337 staff@battlefieldparkpolo.com www.battlefieldparkpolo.com

Atlanta Regional Polo Center Southeast ~ 2008 Black and Pink Jolie L. Liston 290 Valleywood Road Tyrone, GA 30290 (404) 328-8401 learn2playpolo@gmail.com www.atlantapolocenter.com

Being the Change Polo Club Border ~ 2015 Red and White Sarah Coleman Polo Azteca/WestWorld of Scottsdale 34022 N 13th Place Phoenix, AZ 85085 (602) 369-3482 scoleman@beingthechangephx.com www.beingthechangephx.com

Azteca Polo Club Border ~ 2010 Red and Black Jorge R. Estrada Jr. 34114 N. 14th Street Phoenix, AZ 85085 (623) 680-6215 george.poloazteca@gmai.com www.poloazteca.com

Bella Vista Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2001 Turquoise and Gold Patrick M. Nesbitt 205 Lambert Road Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 695-0141 pnesbitt@wcghotels.com www.bellavistaranch.org

Barefield Polo Club Eastern ~ 2012 Green and White Mark Mulligan 509 Bryam Kingwood Road Frenchtown, NJ 08825 (908) 432-2001 info@barefieldpolo.com www.barefieldpolo.com

Bend Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2015 Hunter Green and White Henri du Toit 60580 Gosney Road Bend, OR 97702 (541) 550-8860 Bendabout Farm Polo Club Southeast ~ 1972 Black and Gold Gillian E. Johnston 3646 S. Lee Highway McDonald, TN 37353 (423) 476-6602 bjstribling@johnsouth.com www.bendabout.com

Barrington Hills Polo Club Central ~ 1988 Green and White Megan West 23815 Milton Road Wacounda, IL 60084 (847) 854-1415 www.barringtonhillspolo.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Bloomfield Polo Club Northeast ~ 2015 Red and Gold Will Orthwein 18 Bloomfield Road Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 (518) 526-5708

BG Vero Beach Polo Club Florida ~ 2000 Gray and Tangerine Tiffany Busch 7700 8th Street Vero Beach, FL 32968 (772) 999-3709 pattaconboy7@aol.com www.verobeachpolo.com

Bluewater Creek Polo Club Southeast ~ 1981 Blue and White Teena Tucker 9648 US 72 Rogersville, AL 35645 (256) 702-7831 ajmatthews@esrobbins.com www.bluewatercreekpolo.com

Big Horn Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1964 Black and White Janet P. Connell 352 Bird Farm Road Sheridan, WY 82801 (307) 674-4928 jconnell@fiberpipe.net www.thebighornpoloclub.com

Boston Polo Club Northeast ~ 1993 Navy and Yellow Michael Bucci PO Box 3 Hamilton, MA 01936 (978) 857-9111 michaelbucci@hotmail.com

Black Diamond Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2002 Navy Blue and Gold Stephen S. Cobb 505 3rd Street SW #100 Calgary, Alberta T2P3E6 Canada (403) 266-4777 stephen@aagroup.ca www.blackdiamondpolo.com

Boulder Polo Club Rocky Mountain ~ 1991 Red, White and Blue Raymond Mayer 5860 Boulder Hills Drive Longmont, CO 80503 (303) 915-9378 ray@mayerinvestments.com

Blackberry Polo Club Central ~ 1986 Brown and Tan George Alexander Jr. Lake Run Farm 1 S. 570 Bliss Road Batavia, IL 60510 (703) 371-7480 ghapolo1@gmail.com

Brandywine Polo Club Eastern ~ 1951 Blue and White Lory Eighme 232 Polo Road Toughkenamon, PA 19374 (610) 268-8692 info@brandywinepolo.com www.brandywinepolo.com

Bliss Polo Club Midstates ~ 2009 Navy and Powder Blue Mason Lampton 9000 Pleasantview Road Columbus, GA 31902 (706) 322-3274 mlampton@standardconcrete.org

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Bridgehampton Polo LLC Northeast ~ 1995 Navy and White Leighton S. Jordan 859 Hayground Road Bridgehampton, NY 11976 (203) 913-9378 leightonjordan@whitebirchpaper.com

Capitol Polo Club Eastern ~ 2006 Red, White and Blue T. Hoy Booker Fisher Ave Poolesville, MD 20837 (301) 537-5189 thoybooker@aol.com www.capitolpolo.com

Brownsboro Polo Club Midstates ~ 1992 Pearl Gray and Green Dinwiddie Lampton III 4018 Halls Hill Road Crestwood, KY 40014 (502) 241-1861 dlamptoniii@bellsouth.net

Carrollton Polo Club Southeast ~ 2008 Royal Blue and White Stephen W. Stana 738 Salem Church Road Carrollton, GA 30117 (770) 241-3201 polomaster54@aol.com

Buckleigh Polo Club Northeast ~ 1996 Green and White Peter Bibeau 386 Rt. 302 Pine Bush, NY 12566 (845) 361-4926 peterbibeau@bibeauconstruction.com www.buckleighfarms.com

Casa de Campo Polo Club Florida ~ 1988 Green and White Jose Lopez PO Box 140 La Romana, Dominican Republic (809) 723-7353 clubdepolo@ccampo.com.do

Calgary Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1952 Black and White Rob Roenisch 24041 306 Ave West Ontooks, Alberta T1S 1A2 Canada (403) 938-0182 info@calgarypoloclub.com www.calgarypoloclub.com

Cascade Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2011 Daniel Harrison DVM 60580 Gosney Road Bend, OR 97701 (541) 420-6098 mountainheart@earthlink.net www.cascadepoloclub.com

California Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1995 Black and Silver Domingo Questel 11035 Osborne Street Los Angeles, CA 91342 (818) 558-7656 californiapoloclub@gmail.com www.californiapoloclub.com

Cedar Valley Polo Club Midstates ~ 2006 Black and White Phil P. Van Der Burgt 5031 Herald Road Mount Albert, Ontario L061M0 Canada (905) 505-5309 cedarvalleypoloclub@sympatico.ca www.cedarvalleypolo.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Central Coast Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2003 Red and Blue Megan Carter Judge 2320 Clark Valley Road Los Osos, CA 93402 (805) 801-9410 megan@centralcoastpolo.com www.centralcoastpolo.com

Chicago International Polo Club Central ~ 2000 Green and White Clifton Yandell 34 Rance Road Oswego, IL 60543 (708) 769-8325 www.chicagointernationalpolo.com Chukkar Farm Polo Club Southeast ~ 2000 Green, Gold and Purple Sue Lukashevich 1005 Little River Way Alpharetta, GA 30004 (770) 664-1533 cara@chukkerfarm.com www.chukkarfarmpoloclub.com

Central New York Polo Club Northeast ~ 1994 Green and White Jan H. Suwinski 451 Sheffield Road Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 273-2018 jhs20@cornell.edu Cerro Pampa Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1998 Green and Yellow Charles Thieriot 1295 San Antonio Road Pentaluma, CA 94952 (832) 723-0352 charliethieriot.office@gmail.com

Cincinnati Polo Club Midstates ~ 1959 Red and White Kit Collins 6462 State Route 132 Goshen, OH 45122 (513) 252-6013 wilshirefarm@yahoo.com www.cincinnatipoloclub.com

Charlottesville Polo Club Eastern ~ 1982 Blue and White Kim Kirschnick 1440 Old Ballard Road Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 760-1273 jumpolo@aol.com

Club Polo Cabo Border ~ 2013 Black and Gold Tony Yahyai Cabo San Lucas, Baja Sur, Mexico (858) 345-7172 tyahyai@clubpolocabo.com www.clubpolocabo.com

Chetwood Park Polo Eastern ~ 1993 Blue and Gold Stephen W.J. Seager 5403 O’Bannon Road The Plains, VA 20198 (540) 253-7715 swjs7715@aol.com

Columbine Polo & Equestrian Center LLC Rocky Mountain ~ 2009 Robert P. Jornayvaz III 6900 S. Platte Canyon Road Denver, CO 80128 (303) 996-2604 jan.roper@intrepidpotash.com

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Columbus Polo Club Midstates ~ 1984 Red, White and Blue Sheila Everett 11725 Alpine Highway Frazeyburg, OH 43822 (740) 819-3161 alpinepoloschool@yahoo.com www.columbuspolo.com

County Line Polo Club Southwest ~ 2011 Brown and Tan Seth A. Bray 2324B FM 150 East Kyle, TX 78640 (512) 914-8490 countylinepolo@gmail.com www.countylinepolo.com

Congressional Polo Club Eastern ~ 2016 Navy Blue and Gold Neil Agate 9210 Corporate Blvd. Rockville, MD 20850 (301) 675-9551 www.congressionalpolo.com

Cowtown Polo Club Eastern ~ 1995 White with Black Spots Donald R. Aikens 175 New Kirk Station Road Elmer, NJ 08318 (856) 358-7200 wtr@worktoride.net www.worktoride.net

Connecticut Polo Club Northeast ~ 2003 Blue and White John Nicholson 906 Main Street South South Windsor, CT 07074 (860) 490-7238 autumnviewfarm@comcast.net

Crestview Polo Club Southeast ~ 2010 Green and Tan Alan Meeker 894 Cooks Bridge Road Aiken, SC 29805 (817) 737-2525 a.meeker@cviewfarm.com

Costa Careyes Polo Club Border ~ 1997 Blue and Yellow Giorgio Brignone KM 53.5 Carretera Barra De Navidad to Puerto Vallarta Jalisco, 48894 Mexico (523) 351-0320 info@careyes.com.mx www.careyes.com

Crossfire Polo Club LLC Southwest ~ 2014 Kelly Beal 1308 Clemons Switch Road Brookshire, TX 77432 (432) 638-3333 kbeal@btaoil.com Dallas Polo Club Southwest ~ 1991 Black and Red Don English 730 Bent Trail Red Oak, TX 75154 (214) 979-0300 dallaspoloclub@yahoo.com www.dallaspoloclub.org

Country Farms Polo Club Northeast ~ 2001 Green and Gold Robert N. Ceparano 200 Bellport Avenue Medford, NY 11763 (631) 345-9585 bob@country-farms.com www.country-farms.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Derry Heir Farm Polo Club Midstates ~ 1987 Green and White Robert Donahey 7887 Kinsman Road Russell, OH 44072 (440) 338-5374 derryheir1@aol.com

Dan River Polo Club Eastern ~ 2013 Robert Jiranek 370 Mimosa Drive Danville, VA 24541 (434) 250-3691 jiranek3@gmail.com www.facebook.com/danriverpolo

Des Moines Polo Club Central ~ 1983 Navy and Gold David Sommers 2238 Delaware Street Norwalk, IA 50211 (515) 240-0449 david.sommers@lpl.com www.desmoinespolo.com

Darlington Polo Club Midstates ~ 1978 Red and Black Justin Powers 6517 Mars Road Butler, PA 16066 (330) 692-0062 justincpowers@gmail.com www.darlingtonpoloclub.com

Detroit Polo Club Midstates ~ 1969 Blue and White Emmalyn Wheaton 500 Chukker Cove Howell, MI 48843 (248) 684-5200 psmith@commandolock.com www.detroitpoloclub.com

Deer Creek Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1994 Green and Gold Kathleen Weber 84-393 Avenue 61 Thermal, CA 92274 (760) 399-1387 sudoka@earthlink.net www.deercreekpolo.com

DI Polo Club Florida ~ 1985 Hunter Green and White Dardo Iglesias 1003 Cowart Road Plant City, FL 33567 (813) 334-4696 di.polo@hotmail.com www.dipolotour.com

Denver Polo Club Rocky Mountain ~ 1987 Green and White Erica Gandomcar 10415 Roxborough Park Road Littleton, CO 80125 (303) 791-7656 erica@denverpoloclub.com www.denverpoloclub.com

Diamond B Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2008 Navy and White Chrys D. Beal 135 Upper Road Sheridan, WY 82801 (432) 352-2001 diamonbpolo@gmail.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

East Texas Polo Club Southwest ~ 1986 Navy Blue and White Robin Sanchez 3735 FM 1643 Winnsboro, TX 75494 (717) 645-8778 robin@pololessons.com www.pololessons.com

Eldorado Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1957 Blue and Yellow Debbie Morrison 50-950 Madison Street #22 Indio, CA 92201 (760) 342-2223 eldorado@eldoradopoloclub.com www.eldoradopoloclub.com

El Caso Ranch Polo & Equestrian Center Border ~ 1992 Black and Red B.T. Easterling Quemado Lake Road Quemado, NM 87829 (575) 773-4519 papabuzz1934@hotmail.com www.elcasoranch.com

Empire Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1987 Red and White Victoria Owens 81-800 Avenue 51 Indio, CA 92201 (760) 342-7755 vickyowens@empirepolo.com www.empirepolo.com

El Conquistador Polo Club Border ~ 1994 Red and White Richard D. Lara C/O Rancho Naranjo 5600 Naranjo Road San Teresa, NM 88008 (915) 241-7888 riclara@me.com

Equueleus Polo Club Florida ~ 2001 Blue and Yellow Joe A. DiMenna 900 3rd Avenue 31st Floor New York, NY 10022 (561) 386-2548 htagliafer@aol.com

El Rey Polo Club Border ~ 2013 Ruben Gracida 4820 Polo Road Lake Worth, FL 33467 (561) 346-2080 elreypolocountryclub@gmail.com www.elreypolocountryclub.net

Escue Polo Club Florida ~ 2013 Teal and Gold Shahmir Quraeshi 10664 Acme Road Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 373-3439 escuepolo@gmail.com www.escuepoloclub.com

El Sur Polo Club Florida ~ 2008 Green Frank M. Albear 14996 50th Street Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 313-5161 roberto@elsurpolo.com www.elsurpolo.com

Everglades Polo Club Florida ~ 2004 Green and White Guerry B. Stribling Jr. 13815 57th Pl S Wellington, FL 33449 (561) 723-2663 bjstribling@johnsouth.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Fair Hills Polo & Hunt Club Pacific Coast ~ 1981 Green and White Graydon H. Brittan 2735 Santa Maria Road Topanaga, CA 90290 (818) 347-5049 info@fairhillsfarms.com www.fairhillsfarms.com

Farmer Road Polo Club LLC Southeast ~ 2001 Green and Tan Daniel McCarthy 3011 Farmer Road Aiken, SC 29805 (803) 640-1843 farmerrdpolo@aol.com Flying Cow Polo Club Florida ~ 2016 White and Green Richard Fredericks 16676 Hollow Tree Lane Wellington, FL 33470 (631) 897-9174 Flyingcowpc@gmail.com www.flyingcowpc.com

Fairfield County Hunt Club Northeast ~ 1992 Blue and Gold Robert Stanton 174 Long Lots Road Westport, CT 06880 (203) 227-8445 carla@fairfieldhunt.com www.huntclubonline.org

Flying H Ranch Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2006 Dark Green and White Martin S. MacCarty 79 Bar 13 Road Big Horn, WY 82833 (561) 723-2663 flyingh@fiberpipe.net www.flyinghpolo.com

Fairfield Polo Club Great Plains ~ 1931 Orange and Brown Jack Shelton 9420 South Broadway Haysville, KS 67060 (316) 641-7199 mike@ecarn.com www.wichitapolo.com

Foxlease Polo Club LLC Eastern ~ 2000 Navy and White Eric Steiner 33801 Archbold Lane Upperville, VA 20184 (202) 468-0751 juliajsteiner@hotmail.com

Fancourt Polo Club Southwest ~ 2012 Green, Yellow and Black Christopher Nevins 14006 Newberg Road Catspring, TX 78933 (281) 433-1016 fancourtpoloclub@gmail.com

Franklin Polo Academy Southeast ~ 2016 Green and White James Armstrong 239 Franklin Road Franklin, TN 37064 (615) 476-9528 info@franklinpolo.com www.franklinpolo.com

Far Niente Polo Club Florida ~ 2006 Green and Tan Matias Diego Gonzalez 1902 New Haven Avenue Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 632-5479 mgonza2856@aol.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Gardnertown Polo Club Northeast ~ 1999 Green and White William Dencker 822 Gardnertown Farm Road Newburgh, NY 12550 (845) 564-6658 bdencker1@gmail.com www.gardnertownfarm.com

Grand Champions Polo Club Florida ~ 2007 Silver and Black Jeanine Ramirez 13444 Southfields Road Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 644-5050 polo@gcpolo.com www.gcpolo.com

Giant Valley Polo Club Northeast ~ 1993 Red and White Frank S. Butterworth, III 591 Tuttle Avenue Hamden, CT 06518 (203) 901-7001 butchbutterworth@aol.com www.giantvalleypolo.com

Grants Farm Manor Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2011 Green and White Andrew Busch 2775 Alisal Road Gaviota, CA 93117 (314) 422-8462 gfmanor@att.net Great Meadow Polo Club Eastern ~ 2005 Blue and Gold Ed Armstrong 5089 Old Tavern Road The Plains, VA 20198 (540) 253-9845 manager@greatmeadowpoloclub.com www.greatmeadowpoloclub.com

Glen Farm Polo Club Northeast ~ 1978 Green and White Ted L. Torrey 265 Old Mill Lane Portsmouth, RI 02871 (401) 848-4536 tedtorrey@me.com www.glenfarmstables.com

Green Country Polo Club Great Plains ~ 2016 Orange and Royal Blue Ken Williams 20600 S Sheridan Road Mounds, OK 74047 (918) 202-4799 rrobson76@hotmail.com www.greencountrypolo.com

Gold Coast Polo Club No Circuit ~ 2013 Green and Gold Dean C. Caulfield 1 Caballo Road Guanaba, QLD 04210 Australia 6 (143) 853-6179 dcaulfield@alwindows.com.au www.goldcoastpolo.com

Greenwich Polo Club Northeast ~ 1984 Green and White Peter Orthwein 80 Field Point Road 3rd Floor Greenwich, CT 06830 (203) 561-5821 leightonjordan@whitebirchpaper.com www.greenwichpoloclub.com

GPL Polo Club Florida ~ 2009 Navy and Orange Chip Howes McKenney Jr. 15763 Cypress Park Drive Wellington, FL 33414 (323) 712-3514 chip@gaypolo.com www.gaypolo.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Gulfstream Polo Club Florida ~ 1935 Navy and Green Marla Connor 4550 Polo Club Road Lake Worth, FL 33467 (561) 965-2057 seemarla@bellsouth.net www.gulfstreampolo.com

Hickory Hall Polo Club Midstates ~ 1995 Red, Green and White Greg S. Chandler 7551 East 100 North. Whitestown, IN 46075 (317) 223-4281 gooddog@tds.net www.indypolo.com

Haviland Hollow Polo Club Northeast ~ 2009 Navy and Hunter Green Samuel A. Ramirez Jr. 815 East Branch Road Patterson, NY 12563 (212) 248-0531 sam@nycpolo.com www.nycpolo.com

Hidden Creek Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2016 Navy and Orange Daniel Juarez 7105 SW Varns Street Suite 220 Tigard, OR 97068 (503) 572-0466 sean@metlandgroup.com

Hawaii Polo Club Hawaii ~ 1965 Red and White Raymond Noh 68-411 Farrington Highway Waialua, HI 96791 (808) 949-0061 visitorpubs@aol.com www.hawaiipolo.com

Hobe Sound Polo Club Florida ~ 2016 Green and Red Carlos Arellano II 15651 Cedar Grove Lane Hobe Sound, FL 33414 (901) 651-4944 robin@hspolo.com alfredoguelreno@gmail.com

Heart of Texas Polo Club Southwest ~ 2015 Keller Henderson 454 Hobby Horse Road Lockhart, TX 78644 (713) 823-0677 info@HotPolo.Club www.twowishesranch.com

Honolulu Polo Club Hawaii ~ 1986 Green and White Allen K. Hoe 41-1062 Kalanianaola Highway Waimanalo, HI 96795 (808) 521-6927 ahoe@pixi.com www.honolulupolo.com

Heritage Farm Polo Club Northeast ~ 2014 Maroon and Gold Charles Hutchinson 89 Appleblossom Lane Canaan, NH 03741 (603) 632-7500 heritagefarmpolo@gmail.com heritagefarmpoloclub.com

Horse Park Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1988 Blue and Gold Lynn Thompson 3674 Sand Hill Road Woodside, CA 94062 (650) 452-4402 board@horseparkpoloclub.com www.horseparkpoloclub.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Houston Polo Club Southwest ~ 1966 Blue and Green Steven S. Armour 8552 Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77024 (713) 681-8571 polomanager@thehoustonpoloclub.com www.thehoustonpoloclub.com

Jan Pamela Farms LLC Florida ~ 2006 Royal Blue and White Lester Armour III 13850 40th Street South Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 373-9480 redarmour@msn.com

Hyde Park Polo Club Southeast ~ 2014 Amy Flowers 6763 Davis Road Ravenel, SC 29470 (704) 609-6866 amyflowers@hydeparkpoloclub.com www.hydeparkpoloclub.com

La Conner Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2008 George R. Dill 16278 Laconner Whitney Road La Conner, WA 98257 (253) 732-3111 La Posta Polo Club Florida ~ 2006 Blue and White Mario G. De Mendoza III 4050 130th Avenue South Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 784-2930 office@pblaw.us

International Polo Club Palm Beach Florida ~ 2002 Forest Green and Ivory Mark Bellissimo 3667 120th Avenue South West Palm Beach, FL 33414 (561) 204-5648 jnewman@internationalpoloclub.com www.internationalpoloclub.com

LaGrande Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2001 Blue and White Steven J. Joseph 901 Washington Avenue LaGrande, OR 97850 (541) 963-9883 steven.joseph@frontier.com www.lgpolo.com

Jackson Hole Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1966 Green and White Craig A. Ramsby 5305 Ricks Road Jackson, WY 83001 (307) 690-3986 craigsby@gmail.com www.jacksonholepoloclub.com

Lakeside Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2003 Red and White Kip Hering 3585 Seaview Way Carlsbad, CA 92008 (760) 715-6071 k.hering@cox.net lakesidepolo.com

Jamaica Polo Association Florida ~ 1996 Black and Green Lesley Ann Fong-Yee 21-25 Hanover Street Kingston, Jamaica (876) 381-4660 troyb@cwjamaica.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Lancaster Polo Club Eastern ~ 1971 Red with White Stripe Lezlie Hiner 70 Church Road Lititz, PA 17543 (717) 826-8900 annelise610@gmail.com www.lancasterpolo.org

Little Egypt Polo Club Central ~ 1990 Black and Gold Raymond August Ritter III 531 CR 657 Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 (573) 450-3648 august_r@ortho48.com Louisville Polo Club Midstates ~ 1979 Blue and White Chadwick G. Middendorf 2300 North Rose Island Road Prospect, KY 40059 (502) 424-1524 chad@greenrockusa.com

Langdon Road Polo Club Southeast ~ 1998 Blue and Green Kris Bowman 244 Langdon Road Aiken, SC 29805 (703) 362-7656 polovacations@yahoo.com Las Canchas Polo Club Border ~ 2014 Jorge Raul Molina 12 avenida 13-00 Zona 10 Central Empresarial Torrel of 1005 Guatemala, Villa Canales 01010 Guatemala 5 (025) 715-1450 pologuatemala@gmail.com www.pologuatemala.org

Madison Polo Club Central ~ 1992 Red, White and Blue Ruth J. Dumesic 3402 Sugar Maple Lane Verona, WI 53593 (608) 444-5979 ruthdumesic@gmail.com www.madisonpoloclub.com

Left Hand Polo Club LLC Rocky Mountain ~ 2015 Govinda Quish 7484 North 49th Street Longmont, CO 80503 (917) 893-0572 gq@lefthandpolo.com www.lefthandpolo.com

Margaritaville Polo Club Southwest ~ 1994 Green and Yellow Arturo Salinas 8108 CR 518 Burleson, TX 76028 (817) 688-4010 archies89@msn.com

Lexington Polo Association Midstates ~ 1979 Green and Light Gray James Miller 4089 Iron Works Pike Lexington, KY 40511 (859) 221-9420 poloplayer@me.com www.lexingtonpolo.com

Mariposa Polo Club Great Plains ~ 1997 Green and White Don Scott 6957 Road M Liberal, KS 67901 (620) 629-1868 poloou@swko.net

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Maryland Polo Club Eastern ~ 1987 Black and Orange Tom Huber 3600 Fallston Road Jarretsville, MD 21084 (410) 404-2655 thomas_huber@troweprice.com www.marylandpolo.com

Meadowbrook Polo Club Northeast ~ 1980 Blue and White Robert Ceperano 200 Bellport Avenue Medford, NY 11763 (631) 345-9585 bryan@lazarus.tv www.meadowbrookpolo.com

Mashomack Polo Club (New York) LLC Northeast ~ 1986 Hunter Green and White John R. Klopp 52 Briarcliff Lane PO Box 258 Millbrook, NY 12567 (561) 601-9316 juanolivera@comcast.net www.mashomackpoloclub.com

Meadowview Farm Polo Club Midstates ~ 2000 Red, Black and White Katie Johnson 9914 Vergennes Street Lowell, MI 49331 (616) 897-9944 lesjohnsonpolo@gmail.com www.meadowview-farm.com Memphis Polo Club Southeast ~ 1956 Royal Blue and White Jack L. Erb 1705 Frazier Road Rossville, TN 38066 (901) 761-2610 jack.erb.09@gmail.com www.memphispoloclub.com

Maui Polo Club Hawaii ~ 1978 Black and Gold Bill Kirton Olinda Roadd Makawao, HI 96768 (808) 237-9435 jesscolefilms@gmail.com www.mauipoloclub.com

Menlo Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1954 Green and Yellow Lyn Jason Cobb 190 Park Lane Atherton, CA 94027 (650) 464-2622 ljcobb@gmail.com www.menlopoloclub.com

Mauna Kea Polo Club Hawaii ~ 1975 Blue and White Paula Beamer 67-1026 Palekaiko Road Kamuela, HI 96743 (808) 960-5098 maunakeapoloclub@gmail.com www.maunakeapoloclub.com

Middleburg Polo Center Eastern ~ 2010 Maroon, Hunter Green, Brown and Gold Ilene Tognini 10 North Pendleton Street Midleburg, VA 20118 (540) 687-5775 gabi@middleburgpoloacademy.org www.middleburgpoloacademy.org

Mc Allen Polo Club Southwest ~ 2011 Fabian Vela 408 Lindberg Avenue Mc Allen, TX 78501 (956) 668-8352 lfvela@aol.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Mountain View Polo Club Eastern ~ 2012 Blue, Green and White Laura B. Goddard 261 Falcon Ridge Road Charles Town, WV 25414 (304) 724-9940 mountainviewpolo@gmail.com www.mountainviewpolo.com

Middleburg Polo Club Eastern ~ 1961 Green and White Richard C. Riemenschneider PO Box 908 Leesburg, VA 20178 (703) 777-1403 Middlesex Polo Club Northeast ~ 2015 Green, Black and White Mark Tashjian 354 Highland Street South Hamilton, MA 01982 (508) 735-6416 bostonpoloschool@yahoo.com www.bostonpolo.org

Mt. Brilliant Polo LLC Midstates ~ 2005 H. Greg Goodman 3314 Huffman Mill Road Attention: Gay Bredin Lexington, KY 40511 (859) 293-1991 greg@mtbrilliant.com www.mtbrilliant.com/polo

Midland Polo Club Southwest ~ 1965 Blue and White Molly Mussleman 5401 Polo Club Road Midland, TX 79705 (432) 553-9888 mgmusselman@gmail.com www.midlandpolo.com

Myopia Polo Club Northeast ~ 1890 Scarlet and Canary David C. Strouss 435 Bay Road S. Hamilton, MA 01982 (978) 468-4433 rorytorrey@yahoo.com www.myopiapolo.org

Milwaukee Polo Club Central ~ 1981 Red and White James O. Huber 32183 City Highway K Hartland, WI 53029 (262) 951-8029 jamesohuber@yahoo.com www.milwaukeepoloclub.com

Nashville Polo Club Southeast ~ 1969 Green Cathy S. Brown 411 Great Circle Road Nashville, TN 37228 (615) 244-2230 jamespolo@aol.com Natania Farm and Polo Club Eastern ~ 2002 Hunter Green and Tan Amir Ahmad Pirasteh 8270 March Wales Road Warrenton, VA 20186 (540) 229-5609 pirestehaa@gmail.com www.nataniapolo.com

Morgan Creek Polo Club Central ~ 2003 Forest Green and White Dean J. Kleronomos 5280 Minkler Road Yorkville, IL 60560 (630) 554-6000 djk@lawoswego.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

New Bridge Polo Club Southeast ~ 2003 Green and White Richard W. Hartnett Jr. 862 New Bridge Road Aiken, SC 29805 (803) 648-3699 razanewbridge@gmail.com www.newbridgepolo.com

NWA Polo Club Great Plains ~ 2013 Robert F. Koehler 14955 Shipe Road Gravette, AR 72736 (303) 588-4067 koehlerbobby@gmail.com www.nwapolo.com Oakdale Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1976 Navy Wilbur O’Ferrall 19047 First Avenue Stevinson, CA 95374 (209) 656-9704 wofpolo@aol.com

New Mexico Polo Club Border ~ 2009 Thomas Nickoloff 100 S Polo Drive Santa Fe, NM 87507 (505) 583-2389 lboppen2@aol.com

Ocala Polo Association Florida ~ 2011 Red, White and Blue Oliver Butterworth 6642 NW 150th Avenue Morriston, FL 32668 (203) 988-7211 fsobworth@yahoo.com www.ocalapoloassociation.com

New Orleans Polo Club Southeast ~ 2001 Purple, Green and Gold Doug Parsons 16191 Highway 40 Folsom, LA 70437 (985) 869-3181 neworleanspoloclub@gmail.com www.neworleanspoloclub.com North Fork Polo Club Northeast ~ 2016 Alberto Bengolea 3186 Sound Avenue Riverhead, NY 11901 (305) 753-8188 bengowave@aol.com

Okanagan Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1993 Blue, White and Red Shaun Flanagan 5600 McCulloch Road Kelowna, British Colombia VIW4G1 Canada (250) 212-3171 sflana@telus.net www.okanaganpoloclub.com

North Scottsdale Polo Club Border ~ 1982 Red and White 2030 W Baseline Road #182-148 Phoenix, AZ 85041 (602) 284-5988 info@arizonapoloassn.com www.arizonapoloassn.com

Old Oak Brook Polo Club dba Oak Brook Polo Club Central ~ 2004 Royal Blue and Billiard Douglas Giebel 50W350 Keslinger Road Maple Park, IL 60151 (630) 514-3017 dngiebel@oakbrookpolo.com www.oakbrookpolo.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Palm City Polo Club LLC Florida ~ 2008 Royal Blue and Yellow Joey Casey 9771 87th Place South Boynton Beach, FL 33472 (561) 289-9099 polojc@aol.com www.palmcitypolo.com

OKC Polo Club LLC Great Plains ~ 2015 Hunter Green and White Ted Moore 11301 E. Memorial Road Jones, OK 73049 (405) 833-5783 www.okcpoloclub.com Orange County Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1990 Green and White Dennis L. Geiler 23401 Via Pajaro Coto De Caza, CA 92679 (714) 791-8369 heather@ocpolo.com www.ocpolo.com

Pecan Acres Polo Club LLC Southwest ~ 2004 Red and White Timothy Kelly 35635 Vernon Frost Road Simonton, TX 77476 (713) 292-3783 tkelly@lockton.com

Overbrook Polo Club Southeast ~ 2007 Royal Navy and Gold Clint Nangle 2030 Gallop Hill Lane Wagener, SC 29164 (803) 564-6152 overbrookpolo@yahoo.com www.overbrookaiken.com

Peoria Polo Club Central ~ 1982 Blue and Gold Travis Weaver 6000 W. War Memorial Drive Attention: Chuck Weaver Peoria, IL 61615 (309) 364-3277 chuck@chuckweaver.us

Oxford Polo Club Florida ~ 2009 Burgundy and Gold W. Lord Lyall IV 12490 NE 72nd Boulevard Lady Lake, FL 32162 (352) 330-0250 lordofpolo@msn.com www.oxfordpoloclub.com

Pie Town Polo Club Border ~ 2013 Blue and Gold Daniel Coleman County Road A048 Pie Town, NM 87827 (602) 284-5988 daniel.coleman@candiasystems.com Play Polo Club LLC Midstates ~ 2014 Navy Blue John Albers 6351 Harlem Road Westerville, OH 43082 (614) 230-3617 info@playpoloclub.us www.playpoloclub.us

Palm Beach Polo Club Florida ~ 1978 Tara Lordi 11198 Polo Club Road Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 753-5969 pbphuntclub@gmail.com www.pbpolohuntclub.com

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Point Clear Polo Club Southeast ~ 1970 Dark Green and White Catherine Alba 16936 Polo Club Road Fairhope, AL 36532 (251) 379-7225 dhunter@themississippipress.com www.pointclearpolo.com

Poway Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1989 Black and Blue Parker Scott 14336 Tierra Bonita Poway, CA 92064 (818) 218-4842 info@powaypoloclub.com www.powaypoloclub.com

Polo Peak Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2012 BeLynn Johnner 20098 St Onge Road Spearfish, SD 57783 (605) 641-6763 polopeakpolo@gmail.com

Prairie Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2013 Ross Adam Grande Prairie, Alberta T8V 3A7 Canada (780) 532-6559

Polo Prive- Luton Hoo Polo Club No Circuit ~ 2015 Red Madhav Vadgama The Shooting Lodge, Luton Hoo Estate Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3TQ United Kingdom-3950 info@poloprive.com www.poloprive.com

Prestonwood Polo & Country Club Southwest ~ 2008 Red and Black Vaughn Miller 525 Yacht Club Road Oak Point, TX 75068 (214) 390-3444 info@oakpointpolo.com www.prestonwoodpolo.com

Port Mayaca Polo Club Florida ~ 2007 Black and Silver Laura Linfoot Townsend 11389 SW Conners Highway Okeechobee, FL 34974 (772) 228-0115 portmayacapolo@gmail.com www.portmayacapoloclub.com

Promise Farms Polo Club Southeast ~ 2013 Jennifer C. Howe 3430 NW 155th Street Reddick, FL 32686 (802) 375-4300 oldpologirl@yahoo.com

Potomac Polo Club Eastern ~ 1956 Black and Gold Joseph A. Muldoon III PO Box 1024 Poolesville, MD 20837 (202) 714-7656 jamuldoon@aol.com www.potomacpolo.com

Quad Cities Polo Club Central ~ 2007 Red, Blue and White Jeffrey L. Boeh 4150 Forest Grove Drive Bettendorf, IA 52722 (563) 340-3845 jlboeh@mchsi.com www.quadcitiespoloclub.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Queen City Polo Club Midstates ~ 1972 Red and Gold John E. Sieber 5835 Cambridge Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45230 (513) 831-5700 john@siebergroup.com

Red Rock Rangers Polo Club Rocky Mountain ~ 1965 Black and White Peggy A. Christensen 15350 Arfsten Road Larkspur, CO 80118 (303) 814-0325 pac2012@wildblue.net

R & L Farms Polo Club Rocky Mountain ~ 2010 Maroon and Gold Richard Lontin 38000 CR 13 Elizabeth, CO 80107 (303) 805-0448 rlpolofarms@gmail.com www.rlfarmspolo.com

River Bend Polo Club Southwest ~ 1997 Sky Blue and White Mike McCleary PO Box 36 Wellborn, TX 77881 (979) 690-0104 mpmpolo@txcyber.com Roaring Fork Polo Club Rocky Mountain ~ 1998 Green and White Barry Stout 2000 Baldy Creek Road New Castle, CO 81647 (970) 566-0818 barry@stoutranch.com www.stoutranch.com

Rancho Santa Maria Polo Club Border ~ 2001 Hunter Green Marlon Pimenita 1201 E. Schuster Avenue Building 5-A El Paso, TX 79902 (915) 545-1381 jzamudio1201@yahoo.com Red Eagle Polo Club Eastern ~ 2015 Mary Muldoon PO Box 447 Poolesville, MD 20837 (301) 972-7303 info@redeagleranch.com www.redeagleranch.com

Rose City Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2012 Red, Black and White Brandon Alcott 3503 S Street Vancouver, WA 98663 (509) 844-7381 brandon@alcottacademy.com www.rosecitypoloclub.com

Red Hills Polo Club Florida ~ 2008 Red and White Ellen Sprowls 500 Orchard Pond Road Tallahassee, FL 32312 (850) 893-6073 kimvonstade@yahoo.com www.redhillspolo.com

Roseland Polo Club Eastern ~ 2005 Hunter Green and White David King 6550 Roseland Farm Crozet, VA 22932 (434) 823-7800 info@kingfamilyvineyards.com www.kingfamilyvineyards.com

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San Antonio Polo Club Southwest ~ 1920 Red and White Ursula Lipari 18203 Nacodeches Road San Antonio, TX 788266 (210) 310-9866 upari@icloud.com www.sanantoniopoloclub.com

Santa Barbara Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1911 Green and White Melanja Jones 3375 Foothill Road #1200 Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 684-6683 melanjaj@sbpolo.com www.sbpolo.com

San Diego Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1987 Hunter Green and Ivory Chris Collins PO Box 3035 14555 El Camino Real Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067 (858) 481-9217 info@sandiegopolo.com www.sandiegopolo.com

Santa Clara Polo Club Florida ~ 1997 Red and White Luis Escobar 12301 50th Street South Wellington, FL 33449 (561) 371-8808 poloisfun@aol.com www.santaclarapolo.com Sarasota Polo Club Florida ~ 1991 Maroon and White Kristen Galvan 8201 Polo Club Lane Sarasota, FL 34240 (941) 907-0000 kristen@sarasotapolo.com www.sarasotapolo.com

San Diego Surf Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2016 Blue and White Nour-Dean Anakar 14955 Via de la Valle Del Mar, CA 92014 (858) 481-2247 info@sandiegopolo.com www.surfpolo.com

Saratoga Polo Association LLC Northeast ~ 1979 Green and White James Vincent Rossi PO Box 5071 2 Bloomfield Road Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 (518) 584-8108 jrossi@saratogapolo.com www.saratogapolo.com

San Patricio Polo Club Border ~ 2004 Gray and Turquoise Fred G. Yates PO Box 2323 Roswell, NM 88202 (575) 623-4935 fyates@yatesenergy.com

Saskatoon Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1993 Black and Red Heather A. Ryan 521 Bate Crescent Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7H3A6 Canada (306) 241-7200 heatherryan@shaw.ca

San Saba Polo Club LLC Southwest ~ 1985 Black and Red Luis Echezarreta 1390 E. Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 (210) 293-5352 slowak@atkgcpa.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Sioux Falls Polo Club Central ~ 1992 Blue and Tan Jeffrey G. Schneekloth 3212 East Oak Street Sioux Falls, SD 57103 (605) 695-9249 klothstables@yahoo.com

Seattle Polo and Equestrian Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2014 Cameron Smith 25901 SE 400th Street Enumclaw, WA 98022 cameron@seattlepoloclub.com www.seattlepoloclub.com Seneca Polo Club Eastern ~ 2016 Blue and Yellow Wayne Briere 20760 Whites Ferry Road Poolesville, MD 20837 (301) 471-0434 senecapolo@gmail.com www.senecapolo.weebly.com

Skaneateles Polo Club Northeast ~ 1963 Navy and White Martin S. Cregg 783 Andrews Road Skaneateles, NY 13152 (315) 685-8545 mcregg@chasedesign.net

Shannon Hill Polo Club Eastern ~ 1997 Green and White NaJam Wasty M.D. 15 Shannon Hill Road Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 (201) 404-9259 nwasty@sbhcs.com

Skull Valley Polo Club Border ~ 2010 White with Blue Stripe C. Paul Harris 13125 W Van Dickson Road Skull Valley, AZ 86338 (928) 442-3658 charris@gotsky.com www.vandicksonranch.com

Silver and Saddles Polo Club Border ~ 2012 Red, Black and White Clint Mortenson 96 Bonanza Creek Road Santa Fe, NM 87508 (505) 424-9330 philheatley@aol.com

South Bay Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2012 Royal Blue and White Francesca Finato 1290 Masten Avenue Gilroy, CA 95020 (650) 352-6898 francescafinato@yahoo.com www.southbaypolo.com

Simsbury Polo Club Northeast ~ 2016 Green and White Alison Patricelli DVM Folly Farm 75 Hartford Road Simsbury, CT 06070 (860) 491-8037 follyfarmevents@gmail.com www.simsburypolo.com

South Forty Polo Club Florida ~ 1994 Duke Buchan Pelham Circle Wellington, FL 33414 (203) 661-1333 ptucciarone@thorindustries.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

South Texas Polo Club Southwest ~ 2014 Logan Johnson 1654 Old Refugio Road Victoria, TX 77905 (832) 646-3656 ljohnson@sohjlaw.com www.southtexaspoloclub.com

St. Louis Polo Club Central ~ 1893 Red and White Stephen A. Orthwein Sr. 400 Barnes Road St. Louis, MO 63124 (636) 812-0071 sorthwein@hotmail.com www.stlpolo.com

Southampton Polo Club Northeast ~ 1988 Beige and Hunter Green Ted Oslager 206 Millstone Road Water Mill, NY 11976 (516) 848-1650 shamptonpolo@yahoo.com www.southamptonpolo.com

Stage Hill Polo Club Northeast ~ 1999 Green and White Steven Rudolph 42 Low Street Newbury, MA 01951 (978) 463-8668 stagehillpolo@verizon.net wwww.stagehillpolo.com

Spokane Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1950 Green and White Frank Mortimer 711 West Indiana Avenue Suite 101 Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 475-1987 babin72@sullivanbabin.com www.spokanepoloclub.com

Stonebriar Polo Club Southwest ~ 2004 Blue and Gold Victor J. Ramon 505 Yacht Club Dr Oak Point, TX 75068 (214) 686-2112 vicramon@gmail.com www.stonebriarpoloclub.com

Springfield Polo Club-CA Pacific Northwest ~ 1997 Blue and Orange Paul P. Hrynchuk Jr. 3633 Pipeline Road W. St. Paul, Manitoba R4A 8A2 Canada (204) 339-7229 king@pitblado.com

Sugarbush Polo Club Northeast ~ 1965 Blue Richard Kellogg 844 Weisenbach Road North Ferrisburg, VT 05473 (802) 425-2812 denaliinvt@aol.com www.sugarbushpolo.com

St. Croix Polo Club Central ~ 2014 Ignacio Pizzaro 608 203th Street Woodville, WI 54028 (612) 554-6848 laurapizarro5@hotmail.com www.ameritinapolo.com

Sutter Buttes Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1991 Blue and Gray Tara Leonard 373 Shannon Road Yuba City, CA 95991 5 (303) 061-0548 bmagill@mjusd.net

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Tacoma Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1968 Light Blue and Yellow Thomas D. Skaggs 202 288th Street S Roy, WA 98580 (253) 843-8009 info@tacomapoloclub.com

Tinicum Park Polo Club Eastern ~ 1996 Gold and Green Hesham Elezaby 579 County Road 519 Frenchtown, NJ 08825 (908) 996-3321 tinicumparkpolo@gmail.com www.tinicumparkpoloclub.org

Tampa Bay Polo Club and School Florida ~ 2015 Red and Black Scott Lancaster 5985 225th Street East Bradenton, DL 34211 (214) 952-7935

Toronto Polo Club Midstates ~ 1961 Green and White Clifford M. Sifton 180 Renfrew Drive Suite 100 Markham, Ontario L3R 9Z2 Canada (416) 200-7450 cliff.sifton@armadale.on.ca www.torontopoloclub.com

Texas Military Polo Club LLC Southwest ~ 2012 Red, White and Blue Karl A. Hilberg 522 Wilkey Road Poteet, TX 78065 (512) 484-4384 karlhilberg@gmail.com

Triangle Area Polo Club Southeast ~ 2011 Black, Orange and White David Brooks 9239 Hester Road Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 (919) 949-0351 ddbcustoms@aol.com www.triangleareapolo.org

The Polo School Florida ~ 2012 White, Black and Aqua Nic Roldan 3629 Aiken Court Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 373-0303 thepoloschool@bellsouth.net

Tulsa Polo Club Great Plains ~ 1954 Red, White and Blue Joe Casey 12020 East 56th North Tulsa, OK 74055 (918) 584-1978 polojc@aol.com

The Villages Polo Club Florida ~ 1988 Green and Yellow Paige McCabe 703 N. Buena Vista Boulevard The Villages, FL 32162 (352) 750-7656 paige.mccabe@thevillages.com www.thevillagespoloclub.com

Twin City Polo Club Central ~ 1959 Blue Robbin Figge 1602 Homestead Tr Long Lake, MN 55356 (763) 286-1083 palworth@gmail.com www.twincitypolo.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Twin Palms Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2007 Navy Blue and Light Blue Jesse Bray 64755 Van Buren Ave Thermal, CA 92374 (760) 774-2583 grahamjbray@gmail.com

Vancouver Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2016 Claudia Tornquist 3950 88th St. Delta, BC V4K 3N3 Canada (604) 657-1225 ctornquist@vancouverpolo.com www.vancouverpolo.com Victoria Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2000 Michael R. Adey 7161 Wallace Drive Brentwood Bay, British Colombia V8M1G9 Canada (250) 477-5078 cathyward58@gmail.com

Union Hill Polo Club Southeast ~ 2015 Blue and White Eric Steenlage 430 Roper Road Canton, GA 30115 (770) 351-7853 unionhillpolo@gmail.com

Villa Del Lago Polo Club Florida ~ 2009 Green and White James Zenni 150 N. Field Drive #300 Lake Forest, IL 60045 (847) 235-8145 afoss@zcap.net www.villadellagopolo.com

United States Military Polo Association Northeast ~ 2000 Red, White and Blue Steven Smith 43 Chabot Street West Port, MA 02790 (401) 841-1242 navypolo@live.com www.militarystables.com/id23.html Upatoi Polo Club Southeast ~ 1979 White, Green and Blue John F. Flournoy 7401 Fulton Road Upatoi, GA 31829 (706) 324-4000 John.Flournoy@Flournoydev.com

Virginia Beach Polo Club Eastern ~ 1987 Blue D. Bart Frye Jr. 2585 West Landing Road Virginia Beach, VA 23456 (727) 426-8400 bartfrye@fryeproperties.com www.virginiabeachpoloclub.com

Utah Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 2015 Blue and White Heidi Reid 2100 West 11400 South South Jordan, UT 84095 (509) 879-4435 utpoloclub@aol.com

Virginia International Polo Club Eastern ~ 2003 Royal Blue and Dark Green Maureen Brennan 21515 Trappe Road Upperville, VA 20184 (540) 428-6780 info@vipoloclub.com www.vipoloclub.com

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Virginia Polo Inc. Eastern ~ 2009 Blue and Orange Louis John Lopez Jr. 1082 Forest Lodge Lane Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 979-0293 llopez@vapolo.org www.vapolo.org

White Swan Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1988 Green and Burgandy Alice McKnight 2280 Barkes Road Harrah, WA 98933 (425) 330-5234 vettechservices@gmail.com Will Rogers Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1953 Green and White Andrew Bossom 1501 Will Rogers State Park Road Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (818) 509-9965 andrew.bossom@guycarp.com www.willrogerspolo.org

Wagener Polo Club Southeast ~ 2010 Red and Black William Raab 5720 Wagener Road Wagener, SC 29164 (561) 719-3318 bkrpolo@aol.com www.wagenerpolo.com West Shore Polo Club Eastern ~ 1967 Green and White Max J. Hemp 250 Hempt Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 (717) 737-3411 mjhempt@aol.com

Willow Bend Polo Club Southwest ~ 1973 Green, Red and White Robert Payne Jr. 2310 Oak Grove Parkway Little Elm, TX 75068 (972) 294-4700 RBPPolo@aol.com www.willowbendpoloclub.com

Westchester Polo Club Northeast ~ 1993 Red and Blue Daniel P. Keating 715 E. Main Road Portsmouth, RI 02871 (401) 847-7090 dan@glenfarm.com www.nptpolo.com

Wine Country Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1970 Black and White Paul Griffin 550 White Oak Drive Santa Rosa, CA 95409 (707) 538-7656 chukkas@winecountrypoloclubcom www.winecountrypoloclub.com

Western New York Polo Club Northeast ~ 2007 Navy, Gold and White Terry L. Mehlenbacher 3150 Chandler Road Piffard, NY 14533 (585) 243-4059 Dwohlschlegel@IGIus.com

Yale Polo Club Northeast ~ 1995 Navy Blue and White Elizabeth Brayboy 79 Rainbow Road Bethany, CT 06524 (860) 916-2202 lbrayboy@att.net www.yalepolo.wix.com/yalepoloteam 48


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MEMBER SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Cornell Polo Club Northeast ~ 1954 Red and White David L. Eldredge Oxley Equestrian Center 220 Pine Tree Road Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 280-0229 dle6@cornell.edu

Alfred State Polo Club Northeast ~ 2017 Terry Melenbacher 3150 Chandler Road Piffard, NY 14533 (585) 746-6897 rob.donnan6847@gmailcom Brown University Polo Club Northeast ~ 2011 Brown and Red Caroline Hughes 155 Williams Street Providence, RI 02906 (310) 995-2036 brownpoloclub@gmail.com

Culver Academies Polo Club Midstates ~ 1954 Maroon and White Edgar M. Little III 1300 Academy Road Att: Beata Lowisz Culver, IN 46511 (619) 992-0135 lowiszb@culver.org

Cal Poly Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2005 Gold and Green Megan Judge 2320 Clark Valley Road Los Osos, CA 93402 (805) 801-9410 megan@centralcoastpolo.com http://centralcoastpolo.com/programs/cal-poly/

Dovecote Polo Club Eastern ~ 2015 Blue and White Posey Obrecht 300 Garrison Forest Road Owings Mill, MD 21117 (443) 540-2062

California State University - Monterey Bay Pacific Coast ~ 20176 Navy Blue, White and Gold Victoria Delgado 1290 Mansten Avenue Gilroy, CA 95020 (559) 474-7614 victoriadelgado@csumb.edu www.csumbequestrians.weebly.com

Emory University Polo Club Southeast ~ 2010 Kaye Yuengling 26 Eagle Row #2803 Rec Services Atlanta, GA 30322 (404) 727-6551 kyuengl@emory.edu www.rec.emory.edu/clubsports

Colorado State University Polo Club Rocky Mountain ~ 1980 Green and Gold Martin Fordyce MacCarty 8027 Campus Delivery Fort Collins, CO 80523 (970) 491-8409 jason.bruemmer@colostate.edu www.csupolo.com

Garrison Forest School Polo Club Eastern ~ 1981 Blue and Light Blue Cynthia Wilson Halle C/o Cindy Halle 300 Garrison Forest Road Owings Mills, MD 21117 (443) 540-2062 cwhalle60@aol.com www.gfs.org/athletics/polo/index.aspx

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ MEMBER SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Oregon State University Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1998 Black and Orange Paul Weislogel 211 Dixon Recreation Center Corvallis, OR 97331 (541) 753-4083 dvm2b2009@yahoo.com

Harvard University Polo Club Northeast ~ 1986 Crimson and Black Crocker Snow Jr 66 Woodland Mead Road 120 Topsfield Road South Hamilton, MA 01938 (201) 704-9039 harvardpolo@gmail.com www.harvardpolo.com

Polo Club at Virginia Tech Eastern ~ 2011 Maroon and Orange Jenny Allison Schwartz 310 Farmingdale Lane #5 Blacksburg, VA 24060 (464) 566-4691 jas5211@vt.edu www.vtpoloclub.weebly.com

Hillside Farm Polo Club Central ~ 2008 Royal Blue and Beige Margaret M. Paur W220N14070 Shadow Lane Richfield, WI 53076 (262) 677-9088 margaret_paur@hotmail.com www.hillsidefarmllc.com Michigan State University Polo Club Midstates ~ 2002 Green and White Matthew David Johnson 714 Hogsback Rd Mason, MI 48854 (847) 400-4358 thei_polo@yahoo.com www.msu.edu/~msupolo

Princeton University Polo Northeast ~ 2014 Orange and Black Nikolas Weissmueller 509 Byram Kingwood Road Frenchtown, NJ 08825 (609) 865-0358 princetonuniversity.polo@gmail.com

Montana State University Pacific Northwest ~ 2006 Blue and Gold Andrew Peter Sternhagen C/o Kris Clawson PO Box 17290 - 119 Linfield Hall Bozeman, MT 59717 (406) 580-3905 brooksleather@aol.com www.montana.edu

Roger Williams University Polo Club Northeast ~ 2011 Royal Blue, Gold and Grey Ted L. Torrey 163 Glen Farm Portsmouth, RI 02871 (401) 848-4536 glenfarmstables@me.com www.glenfarmstables.com

Oklahoma State University Great Plains ~ 2005 Orange and Black Mollie Miranda Jo Fields Oklahoma State Campus Rec.-Attn. Polo Club 101 Colvin Center Stillwater, OK 74078 (405) 477-5517 www.freeteams.net/osupolo

Skidmore College Polo Club Northeast ~ 1976 Green and Yellow Will Orthwein 73 Sweet Road Argyle, NY 12809 worthwein@aol.com www.skidmore.edu/studentorgs/polo

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Southern Methodist University Polo Club Southwest ~ 2011 Red and Royal Blue Thomas F. Goodspeed 7950 Cross Timbers Road Flower Mound, TX 75022 (619) 993-5553 polotom@usapolo.com www.smupoloclub.com

Texas Tech Polo Club Southwest ~ 1981 Black and Red 4809 77th St Lubbock, TX 79424 (806) 787-7733 ccwaddell@sbcglobal.net www.freeteams.net/techpoloclub

Stanford University Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 1983 Cardinal and White Russell Field PO Box 18207 Stanford, CA 94309 (770) 401-8729 rfield@stanford.edu spc.stanford.edu

UCONN Polo Club Northeast ~ 1973 Blue and White James E. Dinger Jon Nicholson 3636 Horsebarn Hill Road Storrs, CT 06269 (860) 490-7238 jbnicholson28@gmail.com

Texas A & M University Polo Club Southwest ~ 1972 Maroon and White Katie Connell C/o Casey Woodfin 4130 McFarland Drive College Station, TX 77840 (979) 219-0162 jconnell@fiberpipe.net www.aggiepolo.com

University of Guelph Polo Club Midstates ~ 2015 Phil Van der Burgt 5301 Harold Road East Gwilimbury, Ontario L0G1MO Canada University of Idaho Pacific Northwest ~ 2007 Silver and Gold Jennifer Lorene Gross Agricultural Science Building - RM 209 Attention: Butch Fealy Moscow, ID 83844 (208) 615-0226 uofihorsepolo@hotmail.com

Texas Christian University Southwest ~ 2006 Purple and White Lauren Dungan 525 Yacht Club Road Oak Point, TX 75068 (720) 244-4490 danielle.cruse@tcu.edu

University of Kentucky Polo Club Midstates ~ 2008 Blue and White Elizabeth Obrecht 4787 Haley Road Lexington, KY 40508 (219) 299-7784

Texas State University Polo Club Southwest ~ 2011 Maroon, White and Gold Seth Bray 2324 FM 150 East Kyle, TX 78640 countylinepolo@gmail.com

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ MEMBER SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

University of Southern California Pacific Coast ~ 1982 Cardinal and Gold Rachel Lippoldt Lyon Recreational Center MC 2500 University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089 uscpolo@gmail.com

University of Louisville Polo Club Midstates ~ 2006 Red, Black and White Sarah Bullock 4089 Iron Works Parkway Attention: Jackie Lynn Lexington, KY 40511 (502) 264-7370 cardinal.polo@gmail.com www.cardinalpolo.wix.com

University of Texas Polo Club Southwest ~ 1997 Orange and White Asal Naderi 454 Hobby Horse Road Lockhart, TX 78644 (713) 823-0677 utexaspolo@gmail.com

University of Massachusetts Polo Northeast ~ 2004 Maroon and White Anna Reynolds 147 Long Plain Road Amherst, MA 01002 (413) 348-0010 crbhjm@gmail.com

University of Western Ontario Polo Midstates ~ 2016 Fernando Massalin 70 University Avenue #1200 Toronto, Ontario M5J2M4 Canada (416) 581-8850 fmassalin@vrgcapital.com

University of Miami Polo Club Florida ~ 2013 Green and Orange Senter N. Johnson 10664 Acme Road Wellington, FL 33414 (305) 284-8013 umpolo@gmail.com

University of Wisconsin- Madison Central ~ 2013 Red and White Amy James 3402 Sugar Maple Lane Madison, WI 53593 (608) 444-5979 poloclubuw@gmail.com www.poloclubuw.weebly.com

University of Michigan Midstates ~ 2006 Blue and Gold Laura Elizabeth Chess Detroit Polo Club Howell, MI (269) 217-1328 University of Pennsylvania Polo Club Eastern ~ 2011 Red, White and Blue Miranda Luna 98 Chamounix Drive Philadelphia, PA 19131 (845) 531-9519 upennpolo@gmail.com www.upennpolo.com

Virginia Polo Team, Inc. Eastern ~ 1954 Blue and Orange 1082 Forest Lodge Lane Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 979-0293

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Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Club, Circuit, Join Date, Club Colors, Delegate, Address & Contact Information

Washington and Lee University Polo Club Eastern ~ 2008 Blue and White John Beall 204 West Washington Street Lexington, VA 24450 (540) 570-1910 prestonp17@mail.wlu.edu

Westmont Polo Club Pacific Coast ~ 2000 Maroon and White Wiley Uretz C/o Wiley Uretz 30765 Pacific Coast Highway #405 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 924-0545 puretz@westmont.edu

Washington State University Polo Club Pacific Northwest ~ 1990 Gray and Crimson Seth Ryan Alcott Paradise Stables 520 SW Henry Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 335-2218 liaheilman@hotmail.com

Yale Polo & Equestrian Center Northeast ~ 1981 Navy and White Branden Van Loon 79 Rainbow Road Bethany, CT 06524 (607) 592-5360 branden.vanloon@yale.edu www.yalepolo.wix.com/yalepoloteam

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION As unanimously adopted at a Special Meeting, December 28,1954, and subsequently amended. ARTICLE I Name and Mission

The name of this organization will be the UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION. It has been organized and exists for the purposes of promoting the game of polo, coordinating the activities of its Member Clubs (Clubs) and Registered Players, arranging and supervising polo tournaments, competitions, and games and providing rules, handicaps, and conditions for those tournaments, competitions, and games including the safety and welfare of participants and mounts. ARTICLE II Board of Governors SECTION 1. Board of Governors. There will be a Board of Governors of the Association consisting of the Circuit Governors, Governors-at-Large and Officers each of whom shall be Registered Player Members of the Association. Each member of the Board of Governors will hold office until his successor is elected and qualified. In the event that a member of the Board of Governors is absent from three consecutive regularly scheduled meetings of the Board, that individual will be removed as a member of the Board of Governors unless reinstated by a twothirds vote of the members of the Board of Governors present at a meeting. SECTION 2. Vacancies. A vacancy existing among the Governors-at-Large or Officers by reason of death, resignation or any other cause, may be filled, to complete the unexpired term, by the affirmative vote of the majority of the Board of Governors present at a meeting. In the event of a vacancy by reason of death, resignation or any other cause of a Circuit Governor, the Chairman of the Association shall appoint an Interim Governor to serve until such time as the Clubs of the Circuit conduct an election to fill the vacancy. SECTION 3. Powers and Duties. Subject to the provision of this Constitution, the Board of Governors will have the control and management of the affairs, property and policy of the Association, including the fixing of compensation of all Officers and employees. The Board of Governors may, by a majority vote, make and alter By-Laws or other rules not inconsistent with this Constitution. SECTION 4. Executive Committee. The Board of Governors may delegate specific powers and duties, by Resolution, to an Executive Committee except the authority to make or alter By-Laws or rules. All actions of the Executive Committee will be reported and approved at the next meeting of the Board of Governors. The Executive Committee, appointed by the Chairman and approved by the Board of Governors, will be composed of eight members, consisting of the Chairman, three Officers other than the Chairman, two Governors-at-Large, and two Circuit Governors. In the event of a tie vote of the Executive Committee, the Chairman shall have an additional vote. SECTION 5. Nominating Committee. Within 30 days after the Annual Meeting, the Chairman, with the consent of the Board of Governors, shall appoint a Nominating Committee consisting of seven Registered Players, five of whom shall be members of the Board of Governors and four of whom shall be Circuit Governors. SECTION 6. Other Committees. The Chairman, with the consent of the Board of Governors, may appoint such other committees as are deemed desirable and with such duties as may be prescribed. Each committee chair shall be an Individual Member of the Association as defined in the By-laws. SECTION 7. Meetings. The Board of Governors will meet at the call of the Chairman or President at least twice a year. 54


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SECTION 8. Notices. Notices of meetings of the Board of Governors will be written, conveyed by the Secretary to each Governor 21 or more days before such meetings and shall state the time and place thereof. The Chairman on seven days notice may call Special Meetings of the Board of Governors. The notice of a Special Meeting will state the objectives thereof and no other business may be transacted thereat. A special meeting may be conducted in person or telephonically at the discretion of the Chairman. SECTION 9. Quorum. A Majority shall constitute a quorum of the Board of Governors or the Executive Committee at any meeting; less than a quorum will have power to adjourn any meeting until a quorum be present; when a quorum is present at any meeting the act of the majority thereof will be the act of the Board unless a different vote is required by law or by the Constitution or By-Laws. At all regular meetings, members of the Board of Governors will be represented in person. No Board Member may assign or transfer their right to vote by proxy or otherwise. SECTION 10. Elections. Elections for Officers, Circuit Governors and Governors-at-Large shall be conducted according to the procedures set down in these Sections. All contested elections shall be by confidential ballot. SECTION 11. Removal. The Board of Governors may remove any member of the Board by an affirmative vote of three-quarters of the entire Board at a regular meeting or a special meeting called for this purpose. Any vacancy by removal shall be filled as provided in this Constitution. ARTICLE III Membership and Delegates SECTION 1. Delegates. The United States Polo Association (Association) will be an Association of regularly organized polo clubs and associations or other entities (Clubs) and of the Registered Players (Players) of such Clubs. Each Club will select a Delegate to represent it, who will be a current Registered Player of the Association. No individual may serve as Delegate for more than one Club. SECTION 2. Applicability of By-Laws. Any reference to or use of the terms “Active Member Club(s),” “Registered Players(s),” “Individual Members” or “Delegate(s)” in this Constitution shall refer to and incorporate the meaning ascribed to those terms in the By-Laws of the Association. SECTION 3. Club Membership. Application for membership by a Club will be made in writing to the Secretary of the Association, accompanied by such information as the Board of Governors of the Association may prescribe. Such application will be presented for action at the next meeting of the Board of Governors. No Club will be admitted to membership which does not have at least three Individual Members registered with the Association, the written recommendation of the appropriate Circuit Governor, and control of or access to a suitable field or arena. The Board of Governors may, by a majority vote of those present at a meeting, reject the application, elect the applicant a provisional Member Club pending the receipt of additional information, or elect the applicant to full Club membership. The name of a provisional Member Club may be put forward at any subsequent meeting of the Board of Governors for election to full Club membership. Club membership shall have a term of one year, renewable annually at the option of the Board of Governors. Member Clubs will be designated to one of several categories of membership as defined in the By-Laws of the Association. SECTION 4. Membership Obligations. Acceptance of Club membership in the Association will bind each member Club to uphold the provisions of the Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of the Association and to honor all Association decisions based upon those provisions. SECTION 5. Change of Classification. By a majority vote of the Governors present at a meeting of the Board of Governors, the classification of a member Club may be changed whenever the Club ceases to meet the membership requirements of its classification. SECTION 6. Individual Membership. Upon payment of the annual registration fee to the Association and agreeing to be bound to uphold the provisions of the Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of the Association, each Individual Member will be considered eligible to participate in the activities of the Association to the extent defined in the By-Laws of the Association. 55


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® ARTICLE IV Circuits and Circuit Governors

SECTION 1. Circuits. The Clubs in the Association will be allocated, in a manner designated by the Board of Governors of the Association, among several Circuits set by the Board of Governors of the Association. The Board of Governors may reassign Clubs to different Circuits. SECTION 2. Circuit Governors. The Active Member Clubs in each Circuit, by vote of their Delegates, will elect a Circuit Governor to a term of two years who will represent the Circuit in its relations with the Association. The Circuit Governor election will occur in even-numbered calendar years. Circuit Governors will be elected according to the procedure outlined in ARTICLE IV, Section 3 of this Constitution. Their terms will begin at the next Annual Meeting and will expire at the second Annual Meeting following the beginning of their terms. A Circuit Governor completing the unexpired term of another will assume office immediately upon such appointment. After the Annual Meeting in 2006, no individual shall serve more than four consecutive two-year terms as a Circuit Governor. A Circuit Governor completing the unexpired term of another may do so and still be eligible for four consecutive two-year terms. SECTION 3. Nomination and Election. Not later than the second Tuesday of June in the election year the Association will convey to the Delegates of each Active Member Club in good standing as of June 1, with a copy to the incumbent Circuit Governor: (a) a list of that club’s Registered Players of record as of June 1; (b) a nominating form for the nomination of a candidate for Circuit Governor; and (c) a list of all Active Member Clubs in the Circuit as of June 1, including the name and address of each Delegate. The Association shall communicate to each Delegate the following procedure: A. Nominations must be returned as directed on the form provided, and received by the Association no later than 5 p.m. EDT on the second Tuesday of July of each election year. No Delegate may nominate more than one individual. Any individual receiving two or more nominations will be considered a candidate for the office of Circuit Governor. All candidates must be Registered Players registered with an Active Member Club in the Circuit as of June 1 of the election year. B. Not later than the third Tuesday of July of the election year the Association will convey to the Delegate of each Active Member Club in the Circuit, a copy to the incumbent Circuit Governor and each candidate for Circuit Governor, ballots listing the names of that Circuit’s candidates for Circuit Governor. C. Completed ballots must be received at the Association office not later than 5 p.m. EDT on the second Tuesday of August of each election year. The risk of late or non-delivered ballots by the deadline is on the Delegate. All Delegates and candidates will be notified of the results of the election not later than August 30 of that year. D. Only Delegates representing Active Member Clubs in good standing which are in the Circuit and are of record on June 1 of each election year are entitled to nominate or vote for a candidate. No Delegate may assign or transfer the Club’s vote(s) or the right to vote by proxy or otherwise. Each Delegate will receive the number of ballots set forth below based on the number of Registered Playing Members to the Delegate’s Club: E. In the event only one candidate is nominated for Circuit Governor, that candidate shall be Number of Registered Playing Members

Delegate Votes

3-5

1

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2

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4

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Association number printed thereon and directing the number of Governors-at-Large to be elected as mandated by the Chairman. F. Each election year each qualified Registered Player may vote for one candidate for each Governor-at-Large position up to the number to be elected as mandated by the Chairman. G. Registered Players must sign their ballots prior to delivery, as directed on the ballot, to the office of the Association on or before 5 p.m. EDT on the third Tuesday of August of each election year. Risk of a late or non-delivered ballot by the deadline is on the Registered Player. The results of the election will be announced not later than August 30 of that year. H. Elected Governors-at-Large will take office at the next Annual meeting and will expire at the second Annual meeting following the beginning of their terms. I. In the event of a tie between two or more candidates the Chairman will cast the tie-breaking vote in each instance. J. Any variation from the foregoing election procedure must be reported in writing to the Board of Governors prior to the Annual meeting. If the Board finds that the variation substantially affected the fairness or the outcome of an election the Board will declare said election void and hold a new election complying as closely as possible with the foregoing procedure; otherwise the election will be deemed valid. ARTICLE VI Association Meeting SECTION 1. Annual Meetings. The Annual Meeting of the Association (Annual Meeting) will be held between the 1st day of August and the 31st day of October in each year at such place and hour as the Chairman designates. SECTION 2. Special Meetings. Special Meetings of the Association may be called by the Chairman or by the Board of Governors. SECTION 3. Notice of Meetings. Unless waived by two-thirds of the Delegates present, thirty days notice of the time and place of the Annual Meeting and two weeks notice of the time and place of any Special Meeting will be conveyed by the Secretary to all member Clubs. A notice of the Special Meeting will state the objectives thereof and no other business will be transacted thereat. SECTION 4. Voting Privileges. At all meetings of the Association, each Active Member Club (Club) is entitled to be represented by one Delegate and has one vote. Voting may be in person or by proxy, duly certified by an Officer of the active Club. In the absence or disability of a Delegate, the Club may appoint a substitute. SECTION 5. Quorum. A majority of the active Clubs represented in person, by Delegates or by their substitutes, or represented by proxy, constitutes a quorum at any meeting of members. ARTICLE VII Officers SECTION 1. Elections. The Officers of the Association shall be the Chairman, President, Secretary and Treasurer. Officers shall be Registered Players of the Association. Officers will be elected for a term of one year by the Board of Governors at their meeting concurrent with, or immediately prior to, the Annual Meeting of the Association. In the event of a vacancy in any Office, the Board of Governors shall, at a regular or special meeting, nominate and elect a replacement to serve until the next regular election. Officers will assume their offices following their election. No Officer may hold the same office for more than four successive terms except that an Officer elected to complete the unexpired term of another may do so and still be eligible for an additional four successive one-year terms. SECTION 2. Nominations and Elections. The Secretary of the Association will convey a notice of Officer nominations made by the Nominating Committee to the Board of Governors at least

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ARTICLE X Amendments This Constitution may be amended at a meeting of the Association by a two-thirds vote of the votes cast by Member Club Delegates in attendance or by proxy, provided written notice of the proposed amendment is sent to the Delegates of all Member Clubs at least 30 days prior to the meeting.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 BY-LAWS of the UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION As unanimously adopted at a Special Meeting, December 28, 1954 and subsequently amended. 1. Colors The United States Polo Association colors are white and dark blue. 2. Circuits Border, Central, Eastern, Florida, Great Plains, Hawaiian Islands, Midstates, Northeastern, Pacific Coast, Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountain, Southeastern, and Southwestern. 3. Membership, Dues, Registration Fees and Fiscal Year a. Fiscal Year 1) The fiscal year of the Association shall be the calendar year. 2) All Member Club Dues and Individual Member dues are payable by January 1 of each calendar year. 3) Individual Members with registration fees unpaid or registered through a Member Club not in good standing with the Association may not participate in any Association event, umpire an Event, serve as Officers, Governors or Delegates of the Association, recommend handicaps, be entitled to a handicap, file a complaint or protest, or otherwise participate in the affairs of the Association. 4) Member Clubs with unpaid dues or under suspension by the Association may not participate in Association affairs including requesting and/or hosting USPA events, registering players, recommending handicaps, voting in Association elections or attending Association meetings. 5) Association invoices to Member Clubs or Individuals are payable upon receipt. Any Member Club or Individual with an obligation to the Association older than 90 days may be considered temporarily suspended until the obligation is fulfilled. A late charge, not to exceed 1-1/2% per month may be added to any obligation older than 30 days. b. Member Club Dues 1) Active Member Club - Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) annual dues. An Active Member Club, shall be represented by a voting Delegate to the Association, shall be located within the United States and shall, upon election to annual membership in the Association, share all privileges and obligations of the Association. These privileges include voting, hosting Association events, recommending handicaps, and registering players. An Active Member Club shall, at all times, be obligated to apply and enforce the Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and directives of the Association. Failure of an Active Member Club to discharge its obligations may be grounds for suspension or termination of the privilege of Club membership, or other penalty, by the Board of Governors, or the Chairman of the Association. During the term of any suspension of its membership, a Club shall have the rights and obligations of an Inactive Member Club 2) Inactive Member Club - Fifty Dollars ($50.00) annual dues. An Inactive Member Club is a previously Active or Affiliate Member Club which no longer meets the Constitutional requirements for Active or Affiliate Membership and which has been designated as inactive by the Board of Governors of the Association, Inactive Member Clubs shall be listed on the membership roster as long as their dues obligations are paid. Inactive Member Clubs may designate a non-voting Representative, but may not recommend handicaps, register players, host Association events or enjoy privileges of the Association other than as herein specifically described. 3) Affiliate Member Club - Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) annual dues. An Affiliate 63


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Member Club shall be represented by a non-voting Delegate to the Association, shall be a foreign Club or Association which competes with Active Member Clubs and shall, upon election to annual membership in the Association share all privileges and obligations of the Association except those specifically prohibited. The privileges shared include hosting Association events, recommending handicaps, and registering players. An Affiliate Member Club shall, at all times, be obligated to apply and enforce the Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and directives of the Association. Failure of an Affiliate Member Club to discharge its obligations may be grounds for suspension or termination of the privilege of Club membership, or other penalty, by the Board of Governors, or the Chairman of the Association. During the term of any suspension of its membership, a Club shall have the rights and obligations of an Inactive Member Club. 4) Associate Member Club – One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00) annual dues. Associate Member Clubs are overseas clubs that wish to receive USPA communications and publications. Associate Member Clubs may select a non-voting Representative to the USPA but may not register players, recommend handicaps, host Association events or enjoy other privileges than those herein specifically granted. 5) College, University, Secondary School or Youth Program-One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) annual dues. A College, University, Secondary School or Youth Program may select a nonvoting Delegate who will receive all communications and publications of the Association. Colleges, Universities, Secondary Schools and Youth Programs may enter teams in Intercollegiate and Interscholastic competition but may not register players or recommend handicaps. c. Individual Membership Dues 1) Registered Player Member - One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00) annual fee. A Registered Player Member shall be a U.S. Citizen registered through an Active Member or Affiliate Member Club and shall enjoy all individual benefits and obligations of the Association. 2) Affiliate Player Member - One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00) annual fee. An Affiliate Player Member shall be an individual who is not a U.S. Citizen registered through an Active Member or Affiliate Member Club. An Affiliate Player Member shall enjoy all the individual benefits and obligations of the Association with the following exceptions: an Affiliate Player shall not be eligible to be selected as a Club Delegate for an Active Member Club; shall not serve on the Board of Governors of the Association and shall not be eligible to vote for any member of the Board of Governors of the Association 3)Social Non-Playing Member- Seventy-five Dollars ($75.00) annual fee. A Social NonPlaying Member of the Association shall receive all member benefits provided to Registered Players of the Association except that Social Non-Playing Members are not handicapped and are not eligible to participate in Association events and are not entitled to vote on Association matters. A Social Non-Playing Member wishing to be handicapped and to participate in Association Events may become a Registered Player or Affiliate Member, where appropriate, by paying the difference in annual fee and requesting a handicap. 4)Student Member – Fifty Dollars ($50.00) annual fee. A Student Member shall be any member who is a member of any member club that is under the age of nineteen (19) on the date of application, or any member who is taking part in an Intercollegiate or Interscholastic Program at any College, University, Secondary School or Youth Program. Student Members are not handicapped and are not entitled to vote on Association matters. A Student Member may request a handicap at no extra charge through an Active Member Club. Student Members who are over the age of 19 and not a member of any College, University, Secondary School or Youth Program shall be limited to 2 full calendar years in this classification of membership. 5) Lifetime Member – Two Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00). A Lifetime Member shall have the same benefits as a Registered Player Member or an Affiliate Member, as the case may be, for the balance of that individual’s life. A Lifetime Member shall not be required to pay annual dues after being accepted as a Lifetime Member. A Lifetime Member shall be required to sign the USPA Member Terms and Conditions each year and indicate 64


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 whether they want a handicap and/or USPA provided member insurance. 6) A new Student Member shall have the fee waived for the current calendar year, if applying before June 30th, and for the remainder of the current and all of the next calendar year, if applying after June 30th. A new Student Member shall be anyone who has not previously been a USPA member, applying through a polo school on the approved form. 7) Any member in the United States Military who is currently serving on full time status in their military capacity shall have their membership fee waived for the year. 8) Foreign Address - The annual fee for any member individual or club with a mailing address outside the United States may, from time to time, be increased by the Board of Governors of the Association. 9) Publications - A portion of the annual fee paid by each individual member of the Association shall be allocated to the payment of a subscription to such publication(s) as may, from time to time, be designated by the Board of Governors of the Association. 4. Membership Status a. The Association is a voluntary, private sporting organization. Membership in the Association is at will and subject to the discretion of the Association at all times. Each calendar year, a candidate for membership shall submit a completed Membership Application for consideration by the Association. If, in the sole and absolute discretion of the Association, the membership candidate possesses the type of good character that the Association seeks for its membership, the Association may accept the candidate’s Membership Application and grant membership to the candidate for that particular calendar year. Subject to the provisions of By-law 11, 15 and 16, a Member Club, Individual Member or Lifetime Member’s previously accepted membership may be suspended, revoked or terminated at any time by the Association where Member Club, Individual Member or Lifetime Member acts in any manner that is deemed, in the sole and absolute discretion of the Association, to be inconsistent with, contrary to, or violate the Association’s Rules, By-laws, or Terms and Conditions of the Membership Application, Code of Conduct set forth in By-law 4(b) below, or Tournament Conditions. b. The Association has established the following Code of Conduct for all Member Clubs, Individual Member and Lifetime Members: 1) Always respect the Association and the sport of polo. 2) Always respect your teammates, opponents, officials and fellow Members. 3) Always demonstrate good sportsmanship. 4) Always consider the welfare of the horses. 5) Always respect the Member Clubs and the Club facilities. 6) Always compete without the use of drugs or alcohol. 7) Always compete to win. 8) Always adhere to and comport yourself in accordance with all USPA Rules, Bylaws, Terms and Conditions of the Membership Application, Code of Conduct and Tournament Conditions. 9) Always act in a manor that is in the best interest of the Association and the sport. An Individual Member shall be deemed to have not acted in the best interest of the Association and the sport where an Individual Member: A. Acts, or incites or permits any other to act, in a manor contrary to the Association’s Rules, By-laws, Terms and Conditions of the Membership Application or Code of Conduct set forth in By-law 4(b); B. Acts, or incites or permits any other to act in a manor deemed to be improper, unethical, dishonest, unsportsmanlike or intemperate or prejudicial to the best interests of the sport and/or the Association; C. Publishes, or incites or permits any other to publish, in social media or elsewhere, statements, comments or remarks considered to be offensive and/or made with the 65


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intent to influence or cast aspersions on the character or integrity of the Association, an Individual Member, a Member Club or an official of the sport; D. Discloses, or incites or permits any other to disclose, confidential internal Association business or information to a third party not otherwise privy to the business or information. As a member of the Association, and as a condition of your continued membership in the Association, you have a duty to behave appropriately. Be mindful that how you act in public reflects on the Association and the sport. This Code of Conduct shall apply to all Member Clubs, Individual Members and Lifetime Members, at all times, both on and off the playing field. c. Subject to the provisions of By-law 11, 15 or 16, any Individual Member who is convicted of a crime or found liable in a civil court proceeding involving claims of abuse, neglect or mistreatment of a horse or other animal, may be charged with a Conduct Violation under these By-Laws. The criminal or civil court decision, as well as the transcripts of the proceedings may be considered by a Hearing Officer or Hearing Committee in his, her or its report and recommendation to the Chairman, Board of Governors or Executive Committee of the Association. d. As a condition of membership, and subject to the conditions of By-law 11, 15 or 16, each Individual Member of the Association will be considered to have given consent to submit to random blood and/or urine testing of any mount owned by, played by, or under the control of that Individual Member. If an Individual Member’s mount(s) is selected for random testing, the Individual Member shall fully and uniquivocally cooperate with the testing veterinarian and his or her staff to ensure that a proper sample(s) is drawn or extracted from the mount fieldside. e. At each regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Governors, the Secretary shall present to the Board a list of any Member Clubs which, at that time, either (a) do not meet the Constitutional requirements of membership, (b) have failed to discharge their obligations to the Association or (c) are in any way in violation of the By-Laws, Rules or directives of the Association. The Board of Governors may take such action, if any, as it deems appropriate with respect to each Club appearing on the list. Such action may include, but not be limited to, any penalty set down in Section 11. of these By-Laws. Any action taken by the Board of Governors shall be effective as of the date of the Board’s decision unless otherwise stated. 1) When a suspended Club has corrected the deficiencies that resulted in its suspension, the Club may apply for reinstatement of its status as a Member Club. Applications for reinstatement shall be considered and acted upon by the Board of Governors at the next regularly scheduled Board of Governors meeting, or by the Executive Committee. Reinstatement, if granted, shall be effective as of the date of the decision by the Board of Governors or the Executive Committee. 2) When making any decision regarding a change in a Member Club’s status, the Board of Governors and the Executive Committee shall consider, but shall not be bound by the recommendations of the Circuit Governor representing the Circuit in which the Member Club is located. 5. Broadcast Rights, Title Sponsorships and National Teams a. Broadcast Rights 1) Each Member Club or Member Individual grants, conveys, transfers and assigns to the Association all of its, his or her right, title and interest in and to all copyright, right of publicity and any other intellectual property rights in and to the broadcasting taping, filming, televising or other transmission or recording of USPA Events and related polo activities. 2) Each Member Club and Member Individual also grants to the Association the authority to use his/her or its name, picture, likeness, logo, art work, or biographical details and other identification, for the publicity, advertising and promotional purposes of the Association in conjunction with the rights referred to in the preceding sentence. b. Title Sponsorships 66


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1) The Association reserves the right to award Title Sponsorships for all USPA National and Circuit Events. 2) Host Clubs may, upon advance written request, be granted permission to acquire Title Sponsors (i.e. “Sponsor Name” USPA Gold Cup®). 3) Host Clubs may be required to pay a portion of any Title Sponsorship Fee to the Association. 4) Host Clubs may not alter the name of any Association Event without prior written approval of the Association. c. National Teams 1) No Individual Member shall participate, either within or outside the United States, on a team alleging to represent the United States or the United States Polo Association, without the express written consent of the Association. 2) Participating as a player in an event wearing a jersey inscribed with “USA”, “USPA” or “United States” will create the inference of such an alleged representation and any violation may be subject to the disciplinary procedures of Section 11 of these By-laws. 3) When granting representation permission, the Association may provide identifying clothing, badges or marks to be worn by the team members. d. Communication 1) The names, addresses and emails of Members and Staff of the Association are not to be used for any commercial purposes whatsoever without prior, express and written authorization of the Association. 2) Such information is the property of the Association and may not be sold or disseminated, whether or not for profit, to any individual or party who is not a Member or Staff member of the Association without prior, express and written authorization of the Association. 3) The logo and other marks of the Association are property of the Association and may not be sold or disseminated, whether or not for profit, to any individual or party without prior, express and written authorization of the Association. 4) The logo or other marks of the Association may not be utilized by any Member when communicating to other Members or third parties, to convey or raise an inference that the communication bearing same is somehow official communication of the Association without prior, express and written authorization of the Association. 6. Handicaps a. Upon payment of the appropriate fee for the current year, each Registered Player, Student, Affiliate or Lifetime Member who is not under suspension by the Association will be entitled to an outdoor and/or arena handicap. A female Registered Player, Junior, Collegiate or Affiliate Member who is not under suspension by the Association will also be entitled to an Outdoor Women’s Event Handicap. 1) An individual registered with the Association during the prior year, who has had a handicap assigned for the current year, may activate that handicap by the payment of the current year’s Registration Fee including any applicable penalty. 2) An individual who does not have a handicap assigned for the current year must complete a written application requesting that a handicap be issued. Such handicap does not become effective until the office of the Association is so notified by the Chairman of the National Handicap Committee and the Registration Fee is paid. 3) An application for a handicap, including handicap recommendations, must be signed by the Delegate of the Club through which the individual is registered, the Circuit Handicap Chairman, and the National Handicap Chairman. 4) The National Handicap Committee will use the designation “NR” for any individual for whom the Committee feels it does not have adequate input. 5) The National Handicap Committee may append a “T” to the handicap of any individual. Such a handicap is subject to review and change at any time until the “T” is removed. 67


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The review of a “T” handicap may be requested by any member of a Circuit Committee or of the National Committee. 6) Individual Member handicaps will be on a descending scale of 10-2, 1.5, 1, A+(0.5), A (0), B+ (-0.5), B (-1), C (-2), or NR (No Rating). Arena Handicaps will not include A+(0.5), or B+ (-0.5). Outdoor Women’s Event Handicaps will be on a descending scale of 10-1, and A (0). In calculating the team handicaps the numeric equivalents of A, B and C will be used. 7) An Individual Member not currently registered will be handicapped at no less than the highest current handicap, if any, assigned by a national polo association. Additionally, an Affiliate Member may be required to present a “home country” handicap before being assigned an Association handicap. 8) Any Individual Member not registered during the prior year will be issued a “T” handicap for the current year. b. The National Handicap Committee will consist of a Chairman, the Chairman of the Association, the Chairmen of each Circuit Handicap Committee, and eight members appointed by the National Committee Chairman, each for a one-year term. Committee members may be reappointed for an indefinite number of terms. 1) The National Handicap Committee Chairman will be appointed by the Chairman of the Association, with the approval of the Board of Governors, to serve for a one-year term. The same person may be reappointed for an indefinite number of one-year terms. 2) The National Handicap Committee Chairman will be selected from the current members of the National Handicap Committee. 3) There will be an Arena Handicap Sub-Committee consisting of a Chairman appointed by the National Handicap Committee Chairman and not less than three additional members appointed by the Sub-Committee Chairman. All Arena Sub Committee members will serve one-year terms and be eligible for reappointment. c. Each Circuit Handicap Committee will consist of a Chairman appointed by the National Handicap Committee Chairman with the advice and consent of the Circuit Governor and not less than three other members to be appointed by the Circuit Handicap Committee Chairman. The term of each Circuit Committee member will be one year. Members may be reappointed for an indefinite number of terms. 1) No Circuit Governor will simultaneously serve as Chairman of a Circuit Handicap Committee. 2) The members of the Circuit Committee will be selected to represent the characteristics of the Circuit - arena polo, low goal, high goal, etc. 3) Any member of a Circuit or the National Committee is expected to declare any potential conflict of interest before recommending a handicap for any Player. d. Except as set forth in subsection (e), all handicap decisions made by the National Handicap Committee will be final. 1) A list will be prepared and circulated regularly, either in print or electronically, to each Delegate and Circuit Governor setting forth all Association handicaps. 2) In the event the recommendation of a Club Delegate and/or a Circuit Handicap Chairman is not accepted by the National Committee, the Delegate and/or the Circuit Chairman will be so notified prior to the time the final handicap is issued. 3) All handicaps are effective for the calendar year for which they are issued unless: (i) changed by the National Handicap Committee or the Chairman of the Association; (ii) not issued or withdrawn at any time as the result of a disciplinary action imposed by the Association: or (iii) with drawn at any time by the Board of Governors. 4) The review of any handicap may be requested at any time by any: (i) Circuit Governor; (ii) member of a Circuit Handicap Committee, or (iii) member of the National Handicap Committee. e. Emergency handicaps may be assigned by the National Handicap Committee Chairman or by 68


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONŽ 2017 the Chairman of the Association. No Individual who has not been given a handicap as above provided will be eligible to play in any Associaion match, game or tournament event at any member club. For more information concerning National Handicap Committee Policy, refer to pages 213-221. 7. Rules. a. The general rules are defined as follows: 1) The Outdoor Rules, set forth herein, shall govern all outdoor matches and tournaments. 2) The Arena Rules, set forth herein, shall govern all arena matches and tournaments. 3) The Tournament Conditions, set forth herein, shall govern all USPA Events and, where contradictory, supersede the Outdoor or Arena Rules. 4) The Umpire Guide, set forth herein, shall be incorporated into the General Rules as required. b. The Rules of the Association are defined as follows: 1) Board of Governors resolutions, established precedents, and other published agendas shall govern the conduct of Board meetings, committee meetings, and Association Limited Liability Companies. 2) The By-laws of the Association, set forth herein, shall govern the management and organization of the Association and the sport of polo, when not in conflict with the Constitution of the Association. 3) The Constitution of the Association, set forth herein, shall govern the conduct of the Board of Governors, committees, and members, and where contradictory, supersede all other Rules of the Association. c. The General Rules and the Rules of the Association together constitute the Association Rules as used in By-law 11 and By-law 12. 8. Authority/ Variance. The Chairman of the Association, or in his absence in order of rank, the other Officers of the Association, with the majority consent of the Executive Committee, shall have authority to grant variations or deviations from the By-Laws, the General Rules or Tournament Conditions in special circumstances deemed to be in the best interest of the Association. 9. Waiver of Notice. Whenever, in accordance with the By-Laws of the Association, the Delegates or Governors of the Association are required to meet after call, notice, lapse of time or other prerequisite, a meeting may be held without call, notice, lapse of time or other prerequisite upon written waiver of notice signed by each person entitled to notice and stating the time and place of such meeting. The presence at any meeting of a person or persons entitled to notice thereof shall be deemed a waiver of such notice by such person or persons. 10. Indemnification of Governors, Officers and Employees. The Association shall indemnify and forever hold its present and former Officers, Governors and Employees free and harmless (i) from any and all liability to others on account of any contract or other commitment made by them, in good faith, on behalf of the Association, and (ii) for any mistake of judgment, negligent or otherwise, on behalf of the Association except for their own individual, willful misfeasance, malfeasance, misconduct, bad faith or to the extent such Officer, Governor or Employee received a personal benefit. This indemnification and hold harmless includes, but is not limited to, the reasonable cost and expenses incurred by the Officer, Governor or Employee in connection with any claim, dispute, action, suit, arbitration or other proceeding; including without limitation, (i) attorney’s fees, 69


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reasonably incurred by such Officer, Governor or Employee (provided, however, the Association must approve or consent to the attorney representing the Officer, Governor or Employee); (ii) any costs or expenses incurred resisting, resolving or settling any such claim or dispute prior to filing and even if not filed in any court; (iii) any settlement of any suit, action or proceeding, if approved by the Association, (iv) judgments, to which said Officer, Governor or Employee may be subjected or made a party by reason of being or having been an Officer, Governor or Employee of or at the direction of the Association; and (v) reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred in any action to enforce the right of indemnification hereunder. The right to indemnification and hold harmless provided herein shall not be exclusive of any other right to which any Officer, Governor or Employee, or former Officer, Governor or Employee, may be entitled. The Association shall (i) maintain adequate general liability and Officers, Governors and Employees’ liability insurance to fund all of the indemnity obligation set forth above if such coverage is reasonably available; and (ii) pay the attorney’s fees and expenses of litigation directly to the attorney or provider thereof, subject to the right of the Association to approve the attorney and the reasonableness of the charges, such that the Officer, Governor or Employee does not have to advance payment before being indemnified. 11. Disciplinary Procedure. a. Conduct Violations. Any Member Club or Individual Member will be deemed to have committed a Conduct Violation for a violation of the Rules, By-Laws, directives or Terms and Conditions of Membership of the Association, or a failure to obey a penalty imposed under the Rules or By-Laws by a Member Club or the Association. b. Charges. 1) A complaint may be made by any Registered or Affiliate Player who is also a witness to a violation, an Official of the event, or an Officer or Governor of the Association, for any alleged violation of the Association Rules, or By-Laws or Terms and Conditions of Membership. a) All Complaints shall be: (i) in writing describing in reasonable detail the alleged violation of the Association Rules, By-Laws or Terms and Conditions of Membership; (ii) received by the Association or a Member Club within seventy-two (72) hours of the alleged violation; (iii) signed by the complaining party; (iv) addressed, at the option of the complaining party, either to: (a) the Chairman of the Association, or (b) to the Delegate of the Member Club at which the alleged violation occurred; and (v) delivered by the complaining party either to: (a) the Association or (b) the Member Club with a copy to the Association. b) Copies of all complaints made to a Member Club will be delivered to the person against whom the complaint has been filed and delivered to the Association by the Member Club within seventy-two (72) hours of receipt by the Member Club. Copies of all complaints made to the Association will be forwarded to the person against whom the complaint has been filed and to the Member Club within seventy-two (72) hours of receipt by the Association. c) The Association will keep a record of all disciplinary complaints available for inspection by Registered Players. d) The Association will not prosecute alleged conduct violations in the absence of a complaint which complies in all material respects with the provisions of 11.b.1)a). 2) In the event that more than one complaint is filed, based on a single alleged conduct violation, such as where complaints based on a single alleged conduct violation are made to the Association as well as to a Member Club, the complaint shall be deemed to have been filed exclusively with the Association. A complaint made to the Association may be referred, by the Chairman, to an Association Hearing Committee, or to a Hearing Officer, or to the Club 70


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Delegate of the Member Club at which the alleged violation took place. a) If the Member Club at which the alleged violation took place elects not to issue charges based upon the complaint, then a copy of the complaint must be delivered to the Association by the Member Club within seventy-two (72) hours following the Member Club’s notification to the complaining party of its decision not to issue charges. A copy of the Member Club’s notice to the complaining party must also be delivered to the Association. A complaint so delivered shall be deemed filed with the Association for such further action as the Association deems appropriate, including, but not limited to, the issuance of charges by the Association. b) If the Association or Member Club elects not to issue charges based upon a complaint, the complaining party will be notified of such election within seventy-two (72) hours following the decision not to issue charges. The Association or Member Club must decide whether to issue charges within fifteen (15) calendar days following receipt of a complaint. c. Notice. 1) Any person against whom a charge is issued is entitled to notice of a hearing of the alleged conduct violation. A charged party is entitled to a hearing but may fail to appear at a properly noticed and scheduled hearing, in which case, the hearing will be held in absentia. The Member Club or Association may hold an expedited hearing within seven (7) calendar days of issuance of the charge, provided that the charged party is given written notice at least forty eight (48) hours prior to the scheduled expedited hearing. The Notice of Hearing must: (a) contain a brief statement of the facts constituting the alleged conduct violation; (b) identify the specific Association Rules, By-Laws or Terms and Conditions of Membership allegedly violated; (c) specify the time and place at which the hearing is to be held; and (d) include a list identifying: (i) the evidence to be introduced at the hearing, (ii) the names of the witnesses and (iii) the substance of their testimony. This notice of Hearing requirement may be waived in writing by the charged party. For purposes of this paragraph, written notice shall be deemed to have been properly given to a charged party by the Association or a Member Club if the notice is sent via hand-delivery, facsimile, express mail, or certified mail to the address of the charged party listed in the Association’s records. 2) In the absence of an expedited hearing, written notice to the charged party must be given within seven (7) calendar days from the date that the decision is made to issue charges by the Member Club or the Association. Such notice must: (a) contain a brief statement of the facts constituting the alleged conduct violation; (b) identify the specific Association Rules, By-Laws or Terms and Conditions of Membership allegedly violated; (c) specify the time and place at which the hearing is to be held or state that the hearing date will be determined at a later time; and (d) include a list identifying: (i) the evidence to be introduced at the hearing, (ii) the names of the witnesses and (iii) the substance of their testimony. For purposes of this paragraph, written notice shall be deemed to have been properly given to a charged party by the Association or a Member Club if the notice is sent via hand-delivery, facsimile, express mail, or certified mail to the address of the charged party as shown in the Member Club’s or Association’s records. 3) Prior to any scheduled hearing, the charged party may submit to the Hearing Committee or Hearing Officer a written response to the charges, and include written and signed statements of others having knowledge of the facts. d. Hearing of Charges. 1) All disciplinary proceedings, including, but not limited to, hearings of charges of alleged Conduct Violations, will be conducted in the English language, and in the presence of the charged party, unless the charged party fails to appear, in which case the proceedings may be held in absentia. Hearings shall be heard by a Hearing Committee or Hearing Officer, either of whom shall be appointed by the Member Club or Chairman of the Association, the “Appointing Body.” If a Hearing Officer is appointed, such an Officer will collect all testimony proffered, report all findings of facts and make a non-binding penalty recom71


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mendation to the Appointing Body. 2) The non-binding penalty recommendations of the Hearing Officer may be accepted, modified or rejected by the Appointing Body. The Appointing Body shall have the power and authority to impose any of the penalties described elsewhere in these By-Laws. 3) A final order setting forth the findings of facts and conclusions on which it is based, as well as the penalty, if any, to be imposed on the charged party, will be entered by the Member Club or the Association within fifteen (15) calendar days following the conclusion of the hearing. Upon the conclusion of any conduct violation hearing proceeding and the entry of a final order by a Member Club, copies of all findings, conclusions, recommendations and final orders will be delivered to the office of the Association by the Member Club. 4) At any hearing conducted pursuant to this section, the charged party, or his counsel, will have an opportunity to present evidence, defend against the charges and cross-examine witnesses; or may agree to the disposition of the charges without the necessity of a hearing. e. Hearing Committees. 1) Association Hearing Committee. A Hearing Committee appointed by the Association Chairman to hold hearings on charges of alleged Conduct Violations will have the authority and power to impose any penalties provided in these By-Laws, and to remove from any USPA office, any Registered Player who is found to have committed a Conduct Violation. If the evidence of the charges is sufficient, in the opinion of the Hearing Committee, to sustain the charges made, the Hearing Committee shall specifically have the power and authority to suspend for an appropriate time or expel a charged party as a member of the Association. 2) Member Club Hearing Committee. A Hearing Committee, appointed by a Member Club to hold hearings on charges of alleged Conduct Violations will have the authority and power to impose any penalties provided in these By-Laws, and to suspend or expel from membership in the Member Club, with a referral to the Association for consideration of further action, any Registered Player who is found to have committed a Conduct Violation. f. Evidence. 1) Charged parties may attend their hearing at their option, with or without counsel, or may send a representative, and may call witnesses and submit signed statements or other evidence. Interpreters, if required by the charged party, are the responsibility of the charged party. The failure to understand the charges or any proceedings in English shall not provide the basis for an appeal by charged parties. 2) The body issuing any charge has the burden of proving that charge. The burden of proof shall not be that as required in a court of law. The burden of proof necessary to sustain a charge against a charged party shall be met if the Association Hearing Committee, the Member Club Hearing Committee or the Hearing Officer reasonably believes, after hearing the evidence presented, that a violation of the Association’s Rules, By-Laws or Terms and Conditions of Membership has occurred. g. Continuances. 1) Applications for continuance of any hearing must be made to the Hearing Committee or Hearing Officer in writing; shall be subject to the requirements below; and shall state the reasons why such continuance is sought. a) In all cases set for hearing on written notice exceeding ten (10) calendar days, the application for continuance must be received by the Hearing Committee or Hearing Officer at the address designated in the Notice of Hearing at least seven calendar days prior to the scheduled hearing date. b) An application for continuance received less than seven (7) calendar days prior to the scheduled hearing date but prior to the hearing will not be granted unless a written arrangement is made to the satisfaction of the Hearing Committee or Hearing Officer for the payment of all expenses incurred by the Hearing Committee, the Hearing Officer, the Association, the Member Club and witnesses resulting from the granting of any such application for continuance. 72


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 c) No continuances of expedited hearings will be granted to charged parties. 2) Except as otherwise provided with respect to expedited hearings, a continuance will be granted to any party to the proceeding only for good cause shown. An application for a first continuance of a hearing must be in writing and accompanied by a non-refundable continuance fee of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) made payable to the Association or Member Club, as appropriate. Any second or subsequent application for continuance will only be considered if submitted in writing together with a continuance fee of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), payable to the Association or Member Club, as appropriate. h. Temporary Suspension. Subject to the provisions of By-law 15, a Committee of the Member Club or a Committee appointed by the Chairman of the Association may, prior to a hearing, temporarily suspend any charged party from participating in any manner in the affairs and events of the Member Club or the Association so long as an expedited hearing is noticed and held within seven (7) calendar days of the time such suspension is effective. In a case where the charged party has been temporarily suspended prior to a hearing, a decision on the charge shall be made by the Committee within twenty four (24) hours of the conclusion of the expedited hearing. i. Appeal of Decisions. 1) A decision by a Member Club or the Association will be final unless a party to the proceeding files a written Notice of Appeal together with the requisite Appeal Fee with the Office of the Association within fourteen (14) calendar days of the issuance of the Final Order. a) Any Notice of Appeal filed by a charged party must be accompanied by an Appeal Fee in the amount of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) payable to the Association. b) In the event that a charged party does not complete the appeal process, the Appeal Fee will be forfeited. c) Within thirty (30) calendar days following the conclusion of the Appeal Hearing, the Appeal Fee will be returned to the charged party unless the charged party is indebted to the Association for any fees, costs or fines, in which event the amount of such items shall be deducted from the Appeal Fee prior to any refund. 2) Appeal Committee a) On receipt of a Notice of Appeal from a Member Club decision, the Association will designate an Appeal Committee which will conduct a hearing and will render its decision after a full and fair opportunity for the charged party to be heard. At the hearing, all testimony previously given will be considered, as will all other evidence presented before the Member Club proceeding, and the Appeal Committee may reduce, sustain, or increase any penalties initially imposed by the Member Club. b) On receipt of a Notice of Appeal from an Association Hearing Committee decision, the appeal will be decided by the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors as provided elsewhere in these By-Laws. 3) In the event that the charged party timely appeals the disciplinary action of a Member Club, the Appeal Committee designated by the Association will give the appellant at least ten (10) calendar days’ written notice of the date, time and place of the hearing. Unless the Appeal Committee decides otherwise for good cause, the hearing shall be held in the State and County of the alleged conduct violation. Likewise, unless the Appeal Committee decides otherwise for good cause, the hearing shall be held within 40 days following the Association’s receipt of a properly filed appeal. Upon request of the charged party, the Appeal Committee will permit the charged party to be heard in person and/or by an attorney. The parties may file written memoranda with the Appeal Committee objecting to or in support of the initial disciplinary action, and the findings upon which it was based, in whole or in part. 4) Within fifteen (15) calendar days after completing the Appeal Hearing of a Member Club’s decision, the Appeal Committee will issue a report setting forth its findings, its decision and its reasons therefore, and will transmit the same to the charged party and the Member Club. 73


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5) If the Association receives a written Notice of Appeal from the charged party of the decision of an Association Hearing Officer and/or Committee, the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors will have the authority to review the entire transcript of any hearings and any and all documents submitted to the Hearing Committee or the Hearing Officer in connection with the alleged conduct violation and to affirm, modify or reverse the decision appealed. Such an appeal must be filed with the Office of the Association within fourteen (14) calendar days of the decision. j. Rehearing. Upon the discovery of new facts not discoverable by due diligence prior to a hearing, a charged party may request a rehearing before the Hearing Officer or Committee of the Association or Member Club. Such request must be in writing and must contain a statement of the new facts upon which it is based. Rehearings will not be granted as a matter of right, but at the sole discretion of the Hearing Officer or Committee of the Association or Member Club. k. Reciprocity. 1) On receipt of notice from a Member Club to the Association that a disciplinary penalty has been imposed upon a Member Individual by that Club for an act which violates the Association’s Rules, By-Laws or Terms and Conditions of Membership, the notice will be treated by the Association as if it were the report of a Hearing Officer appointed by the Executive Committee of the Association. The Member Club penalty may be sustained or modified and imposed as a penalty by the Association. 2) On receipt of notice by Member or Affiliate Clubs from the Association that a disciplinary penalty has been imposed on a Member Individual by the Association for an act which violates the Association’s Rules, By-Laws or Terms and Conditions of the Membership Application, the notice will be honored and enforced by Member Clubs receiving such notice. 3) On receipt of notice by the Association that a disciplinary penalty has been imposed upon a Member Individual by a foreign polo association for an act which is a violation of said foreign polo association rules, the notice will be treated the same as if it were the report of a Hearing Officer appointed by the Executive Committee of the Association and may be sustained or modified and imposed as a penalty by the Association. l. Penalties. If found guilty of any charge properly brought before a Hearing Officer or Committee of the Association or of a Member or Affiliate Club, the charged party will be subject to such penalty as the Hearing Officer or Committee may determine or recommend, including, but not limited to: 1) Censure. A letter of censure will be listed in the Association’s record of penalties. If found guilty of a subsequent violation the censured party may be subject to a more severe penalty than for a previous offense. 2) Suspension. Suspension for any period from participating in any Association or Member Club events and activities. 3) Expulsion. Expulsion from the Association as a member. 4) Fines. Fines may be assessed, provided that such fines shall not exceed the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) for each Conduct Violation. 5) Probation. A Hearing Committee or Hearing Officer may establish probationary conditions for a charged party found guilty of a charge. A violation of a probation condition may be treated as a Conduct Violation. 6) Publication. Any findings, conclusions, rulings, recommendations and/or penalties of a Hearing Committee, Hearing Officer, Appeal Committee, Board of Governors, or Chairman of the Association, may be published to the Member Clubs of the Association, any foreign associations, and the news media. 7) Costs. Actual reasonable costs and out of pocket expenses incurred by the Member Club, Hearing Officer, Hearing Committee, Association and/or witnesses may be assessed in addition to any penalty. Failure to timely pay for costs shall be treated as a Conduct Violation. 74


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 m. Stay of Penalty Upon Appeal. If a penalty of any kind is appealed, the charged party may request, in writing, that any penalty imposed be stayed until such time as the appeal has been heard by the proper Committee. The Committee hearing the appeal will timely grant or deny the charged party’s request for a stay as it deems appropriate. To the extent that a stay of the penalty is granted by the Committee hearing the appeal, and the charged party fails to prevail on the appeal, the time periods relating to the penalty shall be extended by a number of days equal to the stay. n. Effective Date of Penalty. 1) The effective date of any suspension, or probation, and the deadline for the payment of any fine, will be set by the Member Club or by the Association’s Hearing Officer and/or Committee. 2) Failure to timely pay a fine and/or costs which have been properly levied will constitute automatic suspension from the date the fine and/or costs were payable until the fine and/or costs are paid. A fine and/or costs are considered paid when receipt is acknowledged by the payee designated by the Member Club or the Association. 12. Protest Procedure. a. Protests. Any disagreement with the non-discretionary decisions of, or manner in which, the Tournament Committee and/or Officials conduct an event which disagreement alleges a violation of the Association Rules, Tournament Conditions and/or By-Laws; provided that notice of the disagreement has been delivered verbally before, during or immediately after the event to the Tournament Committee and/or Officials. b. Filing of Protest. 1) A protest may be filed by (a) any aggrieved Member Individual who is also a participant in an event; (b) an Official of the event; or (c) an Officer or Governor of the Association. 2) All protests must be: (a) filed in writing; (b) received within forty-eight (48) hours of the alleged violation; (c) signed by the protesting party; (d) addressed to the Association, and (e) a copy delivered to (i) the Club Delegate at the Member Club address on file with the Association, and (ii) the Circuit Governor. 3) A protest filed with the Association shall be referred, by the Chairman, to an Association Hearing Officer or Committee. The party to whom the protest is referred shall forthwith make an investigation of the protest and shall report findings to the Chairman or to the Chairman’s designee. A ruling on the protest shall be issued by the Chairman or the Chairman’s designee within twenty-four (24) hours after receipt of such findings. The protesting party will be notified of the decision in writing within forty-eight (48) hours of the issuance of the ruling. c. Appeal of Ruling on Protests. 1) The ruling on the protest will be final unless a written Notice of Appeal together with the requisite Appeal Fee is filed with the Office of the Association within fourteen (14) calendar days of the date of the ruling. a) Any Notice of Appeal must be accompanied by an Appeal Fee in the amount of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) payable to the Association. b) In the event the appellant does not complete the appeal process, the Appeal Fee will be forfeited. c) The Appeal Fee will be returned to the appellant within thirty (30) calendar days following the rendition of a decision on the appeal, after deduction of any membership dues, costs or fines owed to the Association by the appellant. 2) If the Association receives a timely written Notice of Appeal of the ruling on the protest, one or more members of the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors, as designated by the Chairman, will have the Authority to review the protest and the report of findings submitted to the Chairman or to the Chairman’s designee and to affirm, modify, or reverse the ruling appealed. d. Penalties. 75


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 c) Recommendation to the Delegates to approve Constitutional Changes, at the next annual meeting, if any. (Board Members only, at the Board meeting) 7) Other Standing Committee Reports 8) Installation of new Officers and/or Governors (Joint Board/Annual Meeting only) a) Announcement of all Governors-at-Large elect. b) Announcement of all Officers elect. c) Installation of new Officers and/or Governors. d) Recognition of past Officers and/or Governors. e) Gavel passed to New Chairman, if appropriate. 9) Deferred business 10) New business 11) Announcement of date and time of next Board Meeting or Joint Board/ Annual Meeting 12) Adjournment This agenda shall be an outline, additional items can be added as needed to ensure that all Association business is conducted. b. Oath. All Board Members shall sign an Oath of Office upon election or appointment as a Governor or Officer, and upon each subsequential re-election. Board Members shall abide by the Oath during their tenure in office and afterward as appropriate. 15. USOC-Related Provisions. The following provisions are included for purposes of adopting and implementing provisions from the Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act (the “Sports Act”) and the By-Laws of the United States Olympic Committee (the “USOC”) as applicable to member organizations of the USOC, and will automatically take effect and become operative, without further action required by the Association, only if and when the Association becomes a member of the USOC: a. Opportunity to Participate in Certain International Polo Competitions. 1) No Qualified Registered Player (as that term is defined in ARTICLE IX of the Association’s Constitution) who has not previously been suspended under the provisions of Section 11 of these By-Laws may be denied (or threatened with denial of) the opportunity to compete in a Protected Competition (as this term is defined in ARTICLE IX of the Association’s Constitution). The Association shall, by all lawful means at its disposal, protect the right of a Qualified Registered Player and team to participate, if selected (or to attempt to qualify for selection to participate) as representing the United States in any Protected Competitions. 2) Any Qualified Registered Player who alleges that he or she has been denied by an opportunity identified in subparagraph (1), above, shall immediately inform the Association’s Chief Executive Officer and to have the matter promptly addressed in accordance with applicable provisions of Section 11 of these By-Laws. If the matter is not resolved to the Player’s satisfaction, the Player shall have the right to have the matter promptly referred to the Chief Executive Officer of the USOC, for action under Article IX of the USOC Bylaws. 3) A Player may not be temporarily suspended from participating in a Protected Competition (as this term is defined in ARTICLE IX of the Association’s Constitution) prior to the conduct of a hearing (which may be an expedited suspension hearing). 4) The rights granted to Registered Players under subparagraphs (1), (2), and (3), above, shall apply equally to any coach, trainer, manager, administrator or official seeking to participate in the conduct of any Protected Competition as referred to in subparagraph (1), above. 5) Any Qualified Registered Player who alleges that he or she has been denied (whether or not by the Association) an opportunity to compete in any polo competition not protected by the terms of subparagraph (1), above (other than restricted competition referred to in the USOC Bylaws), shall immediately inform the Association’s Executive Director, who shall consult with the general counsel of the Association to determine whether the situation appears to be of sufficient seriousness and relevance to the obligations and responsibilities of the Association to warrant action by the Association in support of the player’s claim. In the 77


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event that action by the Association appears to be warranted, the matter shall be referred for processing in accordance with the applicable provisions of Section 11 of these By-Laws, or otherwise as may be deemed appropriate and available under the circumstances. b. Arbitration. In accordance with requirements of the USOC Bylaws, the Association shall, subject to the exhaustion of any internal remedies set forth in these By-Laws, submit to binding arbitration conducted in accordance with the applicable rules of the American Arbitration Association in any controversy involving the Association’s recognition as a member of the USOC or involving the opportunity of any Registered Player, coach, trainer, manager, administrator or official to participate in any Protected Competition (as this term is defined in ARTICLE IX of the Association’s Constitution), as provided in Article IX of the USOC Bylaws. To the extent not prohibited or preempted by provisions of the USOC Bylaws, arbitration of matters referred to in this subparagraph b. shall be subject to and conducted in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 13 of these By-Laws. c. Amateur Sports Organization Dues. With respect to dues as referred to in Section 3 of these By-Laws, dues for amateur sports organizations that are members of the Association (as referred to in Article IX, Section 7 of the Association’s Constitution) shall be as established by the Board of Governors from time to time. 16. Disciplinary Procedure for Violations of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules. The following provisions are included for purposes of enforcement of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules of the Association: a. Application and Incorporation. This By Law 16 shall apply to all charges and proceedings arising out of alleged violations of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules of the Association. The Equine Drugs and Medication Rules of the Association are incorporated herein by reference. b. Equine Drugs and Medications Rule Violation. Any Responsible Party(ies) (as defined in Rule 6.2 of the Association’s Equine Drugs and Medications Rules) found, after hearing and appeal, if any appeal, to have violated the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules of the Association, or having failed to obey a penalty imposed under this By Law 16, shall be deemed to have committed an Equine Drugs and Medications Rule Violation (“Violation”). c. Initiation of Charges, Record. 1) Initiation of a charge by Complaint (herein “Complaint” or “Charge”) under this Rule for an alleged violation of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules shall be made by the Chairman of the Association or his designee; provided, however that: a) If the Complaint is based upon equine blood or urine sampling, that at least one of the two samples taken from a horse which forms the basis for the alleged Violation has tested positive for drugs or medications in violation of the Association’s Equine Drugs and Medications Rules; and b) All Complaints shall be: (i) in writing, describing in reasonable detail the alleged Violation of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules; (ii) received by the Responsible Party(ies) within seventy-two (72) hours of the receipt of the Association of either (a) a Complaint (if the allegations are not based upon testing); or (b) the results of the sample test from the USEF laboratory which are the basis for the Complaint; and (iii) signed by the Association. 2) The Association will keep a record of all Complaints under this By-Law available for inspection by Registered Players. d. Notice. 1) Any Responsible Party(ies) (as defined in Rule 6.2 of the Association’s Equine Drugs and Medications Rules) against whom of which a Complaint is issued is entitled to notice of a hearing of the alleged Violation. Notwithstanding the above, should a Responsible Party fail to appear at a duly noticed hearing, the hearing shall be held in absentia. A corporate 78


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONŽ 2017 identity which is a Responsible Party charged under this By Law must send an authorized representative to such hearing. The Association may hold an expedited hearing within seven calendar days of issuance of the charge, provided that the Responsible Party(ies) is(are) given written notice at least forty eight hours prior to the scheduled expedited hearing. The Notice of Hearing shall: (a) contain a brief statement of the facts constituting the alleged violation; (b) identify the specific Association Equine Drugs and Medications Rule(s) allegedly violated; (c) specify the time and place at which the hearing is to be held; and (d) include a list identifying: (i) the evidence to be introduced at the hearing; (ii) the names of the witnesses; (iii) the substance of their testimony; and (e) provide a copy of any testing report(s) from the USEF laboratory that is(are) are to be introduced as evidence at the hearing. This Notice of Hearing requirement may be waived in writing by the Responsible Party(ies). For purposes of this paragraph, written notice shall be deemed to have been properly given to a Responsible Party(ies) by the Association if the notice is sent via hand-delivery, facsimile, express mail, email or certified mail to the address of the Responsible Party(ies) listed in the Association’s records. If sent by email, service is complete upon receipt by the Association of an acknowl-edgment by the Responsible Party(ies) of receipt of the Notice of Violation. 2) In the absence of an expedited hearing, written notice to the Responsible Party(ies) must be given within seven (7) calendar days from the date that the decision is made to issue charges by the Association. Such notice shall: a) contain a brief statement of the facts constituting the alleged violation; b) identify the specific Association Equine Drugs and Medications Rule(s) allegedly violated; c) specify the time and place at which the hearing is to be held; and d) include a list identifying: (i) the evidence to be introduced at the hearing; (ii) the names of the witnesses; (iii) the substance of their testimony; and (e) provide a copy of any testing report(s) from the USEF laboratory that is (are) to be introduced as evidence at the hearing. For purposes of this paragraph, written notice shall be deemed to have been properly given to a Responsible Party(ies) by the Association if the notice is sent via hand-delivery, facsimile, express mail, email or certified mail to the address of the Responsible Party(ies) listed in the Association’s records. If sent by email, service is complete upon receipt by the Association o f a n acknowledgment by the Responsible Party(ies) of receipt of the Notice of Violation. 3) At least twelve (12) hours before the scheduled hearing, the Responsible Party(ies): a) may submit to the Hearing Committee a written response to the charges, and include written and signed statements of others having knowledge of the facts at issue; and b) may submit the name, resume and written report of any veterinary doctor, scientist or other trained expert the Responsible Party(ies) plan to call as a witness before the Hearing Committee or c) may agree to a disposition of the charges without the necessity of a hearing. Failure of a Responsible Party(ies) to submit the evidence and other information within the time period set forth above may result in the exclusion of such evidence at the scheduled hearing. e. Hearing of Charges. 1) All proceedings under this By Law 16, including, but not limited to, hearings of charges of alleged Violations of the Equine Drugs and Medica-tions Rules, will be conducted in the English language, and in the presence of the Responsible Parties(ies), unless the Responsible Party(ies) fails to appear, in which case the proceedings may be held in absentia. Hearings shall be heard by a Hearing Committee as constituted according to this By Law 16, which shall be authorized by the Chairman of the Association, to conduct the proceedings. 2) A Final Order setting forth the findings of facts and conclusions on which it is based, as 79


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well as the Penalty, if any, to be imposed on the Responsible Party(ies), will be entered by the Hearing Committee within 15 calendar days following the conclusion of the hearing. Upon the conclusion of such hearing and the entry of a Final Order by the Hearing Committee, copies of all findings, conclusions, recommendations and Final Orders will be delivered to the Association. The Association shall thereafter promptly provide the Responsible Party(ies) with a copy of all findings, conclusions, recommendations and Final Orders. 3) At any hearing conducted pursuant to this section, the Responsible Party(ies), or counsel designated by same, will have an opportunity to present evidence, defend against the charges and cross-examine witnesses. f. Hearing Committees. Appointment of Hearing Committee. A Hearing Committee shall be specifically appointed by designation by the Association’s Chairman to hold hearings on charges of alleged Violation of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules. 1) Constitution of the Hearing Committee. All Hearing Committees considering alleged violations of the Association’s Equine Drugs and Medications Rules shall consist of three (3) individuals designated by the Chairman, at least one of whom shall be an equine veterinarian licensed in the United States. 2) Authority of the Hearing Committee. The Hearing Committee shall have the authority and power to impose any penalties provided in these By- Laws. g. Evidence; burden and standard of proof required. 1) The Responsible Party(ies) may attend the hearing on the alleged violation at their option, with or without counsel, or may send a representative and may call witnesses and submit signed statements or other evidence provided that such information is timely delivered to the Association before the scheduled hearing. Interpreters, if required by the Responsible Party(ies), are the responsibility of the Responsible Party(ies) and not the Association. The failure to understand the charges or any proceedings in English shall not provide the basis for an appeal. 2) The Association has the burden of proving the Violation. The burden of proof shall not be that as required in a court of law. The standard of proof required for a finding of a Violation of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules shall be “substantial evidence” which means affirmative evidence of such a clear and definite nature as to reasonably establish a fact. h. Continuances. 1) Applications for continuance of any hearing must be made to the Hearing Committee in writing, shall be subject to the requirements set forth in this paragraph below, and shall state the reasons why such a continuance is sought. a) In all cases set for hearing on written notice to the Responsible Party(ies) exceeding 10 calendar days, the application for continu-ance must be received by the Hearing Committee at the address designated in the Notice of Hearing at least seven calendar days prior to the scheduled hearing date. b) An application for continuance received less than seven calendar days prior to the scheduled hearing date, but prior to the hearing, will not be granted unless a written arrangement is made to the satisfaction of the Hearing Committee for the payment of all expenses incurred by the Hearing Committee, the Association and witnesses resulting from the granting of any such application for continuance. c) No continuances of expedited hearings will be granted to the Responsible Party(ies). 2) Except as otherwise provided with respect to expedited hearings, a continuance will be granted to any party to the proceeding only for good cause shown. An application for a first continuance of a hearing must be in writing and accompanied by a non-refundable continuance fee of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) made payable to the Association. Any second or subsequent application for continuance will only be considered if submitted in writing together with a continuance fee of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), payable to the Association. 80


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONŽ 2017 i. Temporary Suspension. Subject to the relevant provisions of By Law 15, upon receipt by the Association of the USEF testing report confirming the presence of prohibited drugs and/or medications in a sample taken from the Horse of a Responsible Party(ies), the Chairman of the Association or Executive Director may, prior to a hearing, temp-orarily suspend any Responsible Party(ies) from participating in any manner in the affairs and events of any Association Member Club or the Association so long as an expedited hearing is noticed and held within seven (7) calendar days of the time such suspension is effective. In a case where the Responsible Party(ies) has(have) been temporarily suspended prior to a hearing, a decision on the charge shall be made by the Hearing Committee within twenty four (24) hours of the conclusion of the expedited hearing. j. Appeal of Decisions. 1) A decision by the Hearing Committee of the Association will be final unless a party to the proceeding files a written Notice of Appeal together with the requisite Appeal Fee with the Association within fourteen (14) calendar days of the issuance of the Final Order. a) Any Notice of Appeal filed by a Responsible Party(ies) must be ac-companied by an Appeal Fee in the amount of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) payable to the Association. b) In the event that (a) Responsible Party(ies) do (does) not complete the appeal process, the Appeal Fee will be forfeited. c) Within 30 calendar days following the conclusion of the Appeal Hearing, the Appeal Fee will be returned to the Responsible Party(ies) unless the Responsible Party(ies) is indebted to the Association for any fees, costs or fines, in which event the amount of such items shall be deducted from the Appeal Fee prior to any refund. 2) Appeal Committee, Further Appeal. a) On receipt of a timely Notice of Appeal from any party to a Hearing Committee decision, the Association will designate an Appeal Committee which will have the authority, in their discretion, to either schedule and conduct a hearing or require the Responsible Party(ies) to submit its arguments in writing for consideration. b) The Appeal Committee shall consist of the following: 1) A equine veterinarian licensed in the United States who did not sit on the Hearing Committee for the matter subject to appeal; and 2) The Chairman or his designee, provided that such individual did not sit on the initial Hearing Committee for the alleged Violations subject to appeal. c) At the hearing, should one be scheduled and conducted before the Appeal Committee, all testimony and other evidence previously presented to the Hearing Committee shall be considered. The Appeal Committee may reduce, sustain, or increase any penalties initially imposed by the Hearing Committee. d) On receipt of a written, timely Notice of Appeal from an Association Appeal Committee decision, the Appeal will be decided by the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors as provided elsewhere in these By-Laws. 3) In the event that the Responsible Party(ies) timely appeals the Hearing Committee decision, the Appeal Committee designated by the Association shall give the appellant at least ten (10) calendar days’ written notice of the date, time and place of the appeal hearing, should one be scheduled. Unless the Appeal Committee decides otherwise for good cause, the appeal hearing shall be held in the State and County of the alleged Violation. Likewise, un-less the Appeal Committee decides otherwise for good cause, the hearing shall be held within forty (40) days following the receipt by the Association of a properly filed appeal. If requested by the Responsible Party(ies), the Appeal Committee will permit the Responsible Party(ies) to be heard in person and/or as represented by an attorney. The parties may file written memoranda with the Appeal Committee objecting to or in support of the initial Hearing Committee findings and accompanying disciplinary action. 4) Within fifteen (15) calendar days after completing the Appeal Hearing, the Appeal Com81


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mittee will issue a report setting forth its findings, its decision and its reasons therefore, and will transmit the same to the Responsible Party(ies) and to the Association. 5) If the Association timely receives a written, timely Notice of Appeal from the Responsible Party(ies) of the decision of the Appeal Committee, the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors shall constitute the final body of appeal for all decisions under this By Law 16 and shall have the authority to review the entire transcript of any hearings and any and all evidence submitted to the Hearing Committee and the Appeal Committee in connection with the alleged conduct violation. The Executive Committee shall have the power to affirm, modify or reverse the decision appealed. Such an appeal must be filed with the Office of the Association within 14 calendar days of the Appeal Committee decision. k. Rehearing. Upon the discovery of new facts not discoverable by due diligence prior to a hearing, Responsible Party(ies) may request a rehearing before a Hearing Committee. Such request must be in writing and must contain a statement of the new facts upon which it is based. Rehearings will not be granted as a matter of right, but at the sole discretion of the Hearing Committee of the Association. No rehearing shall be permitted once all rights of appeal, as set forth herein these By Laws, have been exhausted or lapsed. l. Reciprocity. 1) The issuance on the Association’s website of a final decision by the Association as to any Violation of the Association’s Equine Drugs and Medications Rules and any attendant penalties imposed therefore shall, once all rights of appeal have either been exhausted or lapsed, be binding on all Member Clubs and Association Regional Polo Centers. 2) On receipt of notice by the Association that a disciplinary penalty has been imposed upon a Member Individual by a foreign polo association for an act which is a violation of said foreign polo association rules and which would constitute a violation of the Association’s Equine Drugs and Medications Rules, the notice will be treated the same as if it were the report of an Association Hearing Committee appointed by the Executive Committee of the Association and may be sustained or modified and imposed as a penalty by the Association. m. Penalties. 1) If found guilty of any Violation of the Equine Drugs and Medications Rules of the Association properly brought before a Hearing Committee pursuant to this By Law 16, the Responsible Party(ies) will be subject to such penalties as the Hearing Committee may determine or recommend, includ-ing, but not limited to: a) For a first violation: 1) Letter of censure to be listed in the Association’s record of penalties and published by the Association; 2) Fine of $1,000 (one thousand dollars) in addition to all fees and costs incurred by the Association and its witnesses; 3) Probation for 6 (six) months. b) For a second violation: 1) Letter of censure to be listed in the Association’s record of penalties and published by the Association; 2) Fine of $5,000 (five thousand dollars) in addition to all fees and costs incurred by the Association and its witnesses; 3) Suspension for any period from participating in any Association or Member Club events and activities and an additional period of Probation; and c) For a third violation: 1) Letter of censure to be listed in the Association’s record of penalties and published by the Association; 2) Fine of $10,000 (ten thousand dollars) in addition to all fees and costs incurred by the Association and its witnesses; 3) Forfeiture of all of those games won and Association tournament won (if any) by 82


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 the team for which horse that tested positive played in that Association tournament. 4) Expulsion from Association membership. Whether such expulsion shall be temporary or permanent shall be at the discretion of the Hearing Committee, subject to confirmation by the Executive Committee of the Association. d) For all violations: 1) Disqualification. The Hearing Committee may also impose the sanction of retroactive disqualification from any Association game or tournament. 2) Publication. Any findings, conclusions, rulings, recommendations and/or penalties of a Hearing Officer, the Hearing Committee, Board of Governors or Chairman of the Association under this By Law may be published to the Member Clubs of the Association, any foreign associations and the news media. 2) When more than one allegation of a Violation against any Responsible Party(ies) arises out of testing of samples from one date in one location, the Hearing Committee shall determine, in its sole discretion, whether those allegations constitute one or multiple Violations for purposes of assessing the Penalties under this By Law 16. 3) A violation of a Probation condition may be treated as a Conduct Violation under the By Laws of the Association. 4) Publication. Any findings, conclusions, rulings, recommendations and/or penalties of a Hearing Committee, Appeal Committee, Board of Governors, or Chairman of the Association, may be published to the Member Clubs of the Association, any foreign associations and to the news media. 5) Costs. Actual reasonable costs and out of pocket expenses incurred by the Hearing Committee, Appeal Committee, Association and/or witnesses may be assessed in addition to any penalty. Failure to timely pay for costs shall be treated as a Conduct Violation under the By Laws of the Association. n. Stay of Penalty Upon Appeal. If a penalty of any kind is appealed, the Responsible Party(ies) may request, in writing, that any penalty imposed be stayed until such time as the Appeal has been heard by the proper Committee. The Committee hearing the appeal will timely grant or deny the Responsible Party’s(ies’) request for a stay as it deems appropriate. To the extent that a stay of the penalty is granted by the Committee hearing the appeal, and the Responsible Party(ies) fails to prevail on the appeal, the time periods relating to the penalty shall be extended by a number of days equal to the stay. o. Effective Date of Penalty. 1) The effective date of any suspension, probation or expulsion, and the deadline for the payment of any fine, will be set by the Hearing Committee. 2) Failure to timely pay a fine and/or costs which have been properly levied will constitute automatic suspension of the Responsible Party(ies) subject to the fine and/or order of costs from the date the fine and/or costs were payable until the fine and/or costs are paid. A fine and/or costs are considered paid when actually receipt by the Association in cleared funds.

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I. TEAMS, PLAYERS, SUBSTITUTES, EQUIPMENT, MOUNTS AND MOUNTS’ EQUIPMENT 1. Teams ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 85 2. Players �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 85 3. Substitutes �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 86 4. Equipment �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 86 5. Mounts ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 87 6. Mounts’ Equipment ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 87 II. DUTIES AND AUTHORITY OF: COMMITTEE, UMPIRES, REFEREE, GOAL JUDGES, TIMEKEEPER, SCORER, USPA 7. Committee ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 87 8. Umpires and Referee ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 88 9. Goal Judges ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 88 10. Time Keeper and Scorer ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 88 11. USPA: Protests, Variations form Rules, Enforcement........................................................................................................89 III. GAME FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 12. Playing Field ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 89 13. Other Necessary Equipment ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 89 IV. DURATION OF PERIODS, GAMES, AND ROUND ROBINS, WINNING OF GAME: GOALS, HANDICAPS 14. Duration of Periods ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 89 15. Running and Stopping of Clock ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 90 16. Games ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 90 17. Round Robins.................................................................................................................... 91 18. Winning of Game: Goals ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 91 19. Goals Under Penalties and by Handicap............................................................................ 91 V. COMMENCEMENT, INTERRUPTION, AND RESUMPTION OF PLAY 20. How Play Commences ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 91 21. How Play Is Interrupted ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 91 22. How Play Is Resumed ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 93 VI. PERSONAL FOULS 23. Line of the Ball ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 94 24. Right of Way �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 95 25. Stopping on Ball �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 95 26. Dangerous Riding ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 96 27. Rough or Abusive Play ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 96 28. Improper Use of Mallet ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 96 29. Dismounted Player ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 97 30. Appealing for a Foul �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 97 31. Carrying A Ball ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 97 32. Ground Kept Clear-No Outside Assistance 97 VII. PENALTIES 33. Unsportsmanlike Conduct ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 97 34. Repeated Fouls ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 98 35. Selection of Penalties ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 98 36. Specific Penalties ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 99 Appendix A ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 102

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SECTION I TEAMS, PLAYERS, SUBSTITUTES, EQUIPMENT, MOUNTS AND MOUNTS’ EQUIPMENT RULE 1- TEAMS a. The number of players on a team is limited to four in all games. Each team shall designate one player as its Captain, who shall have the sole right to represent the team and to discuss with the Umpire(s) procedural matters arising during the game. Other players on either team may request a time out from the Umpire(s) when allowed elsewhere in these rules or the Tournament Conditions. (See Rule 21.d, f, g; Tournament Conditions, Section VIII (“Instant Replay”) b. The aggregate handicap of a team must fall within the limits specified for each USPA Event or club event. No team whose handicap is higher or lower than the specified limits shall be permitted to participate, except as provided in Rule 1.c and 3.c. For the purposes of these rules, an “event” or “Event” is a match game, league or tournament held at a USPA Member Club, including a “USPA Event” as that term is defined in Section 1 of the Tournament Conditions. Specific references in these rules to a “USPA Event” apply only to such events. c. If a team has entered an event and has a player or players changed in handicap at any time from the draw through the team’s last game in the event resulting in the team’s total handicap being over or under the handicap limit of the event, the team will remain eligible for that event but must play with the new handicap in all remaining games. (1) Any substitution of players in such a team must bring the team handicap within the handicap limits of the event. (2) In an event played on the flat, such a team must give an opponent the goal difference of the team handicap over the upper handicap limit of the event. (3) In a handicap event, such a team must give an opponent the full handicap difference. (4) Should a team’s handicap be changed by more than two goals over the upper or below the lower limit during the event, the team may not continue and must conform itself to the original handicap limits of the event. d. In the event one or more players are not available to start a game, the team may play with less than the full team provided the aggregate team handicap on the field meets the upper and lower handicap requirements of the event. The team handicap may be altered when, and if, the team is changed. e. The Umpire(s) will declare a forfeit if a team is not mounted, on the field and prepared to begin the game at the designated starting game time set by the Host Club Tournament Committee. (See Rule 7 (“Committee”).) f. Effective January 1, 2010 each Team in a USPA Event with an upper handicap limit of 22 goals or less shall, excluding the sponsor, have a minimum of one Registered Player Member as defined in the Association By-Laws. Effective January 1, 2012 this rule shall apply to all USPA Events, regardless of handicap level. RULE 2- PLAYERS a. No player shall play in any event for more than one team except that players who have been eliminated from the event are eligible as substitutes to complete a game for players who are injured and unable to continue. b. A player whose registration fee to the USPA has not been paid in full, or who has not been assigned a current handicap, shall not play in any event. c. The penalty for violation of player eligibility, shall be exacted regardless of the player’s knowledge or intent. Unlike many other penalties which the Umpire(s) may elect not to exact, the penalty for violation of this rule must be exacted if a Referee, an Umpire, or a member of the Committee is notified of or otherwise becomes aware of the likelihood of the violation prior to 24 hours after the violation took place. d. A player registered with the USPA is eligible to play in any USPA Event except that: 85


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(1) A player with a handicap of “C” (-2) may not play in a USPA Event. (2) A player with a handicap of “B” (-1) may not play above the 12 goal level. (3) There shall be no more than one “B” (-1) or “B+” (-0.5) rated player per team in any USPA Event above 4 goals. In a USPA Event rated 5 to 12 goals, should a substitute be required and only a “B” (-1) or “B+” (-0.5) player is available, the substitution may be made so long as the team substituting plays with its original (higher) handicap. (See Rules 3.d. and 3.e.) (4) In any USPA Event with an upper handicap limit of 4 goals or above, the handicap of any player may not exceed 3/4 of the upper handicap limit. e. No individual shall participate as a player or official in any game if physically impaired (e.g., sick, hurt or intoxicated) before or during the game if such impairment endangers the safety of the individual or others. f. No player handicapped with a “T” handicap of 6 goals or less will be allowed to play in a USPA Event with an upper limit of 16 goals or above. RULE 3- SUBSTITUTES a. Unlimited substitutions shall be permitted at the end of any period, except a provided in Rule 21.d relating to an injured player. b. A substitution may be made at any time during a game if a member of a team is, for any reason, unable to finish the game, or at the end of any period if a member of a team has been unable to play during the earlier stages of the game, except as provided in Rule 21.d relating to an injured player. In the event of an injury substitution during a period, the team may elect to make a double substitution, replacing the injured player and one other with eligible substitutes. c. In all cases of substitution, the substitute(s) must be eligible to play in the game and the team’s aggregate handicap after the substitution may not exceed the upper aggregate handicap limit specified for the event; however, the team’s aggregate handicap may be below the lower aggregate handicap limit specified for the event. d. The highest team handicap on the field at any time in the game shall be counted for the entire game, except as provided in Rule 3.e. e. In the event a player is removed from the game due to inability to continue or by disqualification and no qualified alternate is available or permitted, the team shall continue to play; no change in handicap shall be made, and the team will remain qualified. f. In the event a player or players are removed from a game due to a Penalty No. 7, both teams may substitute the remaining players in accordance with conditions listed above, except that neither team’s aggregate handicap on the field, plus goals received by handicap, may exceed the higher handicapped team’s handicap following the enactment of Penalty No. 7. After enactment of Penalty No. 7, and the teams are reduced to three players per team, the injured player may not re-enter the game at any time. g. Should a Registered Player Member be unable to complete a game due to injury, illness or disqualification, any Registered Player Member or Affiliate Player Member as defined in By-law 3.c. who is qualified under Rules 2 and 3 may, with the concurrence of the Host Tournament Committee, be used as a substitute for that player in that game and any subsequent game(s) played within the next seven days. Such a substitution will not be considered a violation of Rule 1. f. RULE 4- EQUIPMENT a. No one shall be allowed to play unless equipped with a protective helmet or cap with a chin strap, the chin strap to be worn in the appropriate manner specified by the helmet manufacturer of the helmet worn by the player. (Note: The USPA has developed standards by which different helmets can be evaluated in terms of how much protection they afford. Players are encouraged to take these standards into consideration in the selection of a helmet. Players are strongly encouraged to wear face and/or eye protection at all times during play.) b. Players shall wear jerseys which distinguish the players on one team from the players on another. If the colors of two teams competing in a tournament are so alike as to lead to confusion, 86


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 the team lower in the draw shall be instructed to play in some other colors. In other games the team required to play in some other colors shall be determined by lot. In all cases reasonable notice shall be given. c. Sharp spurs, protruding buckles, or studs on a player’s boots or knee guards are not allowed. RULE 5- MOUNTS a. A mount is a horse or pony of any breed or size. b. A mount blind in one or both eyes may not be played. c. A mount showing vice, or not under proper control, shall be removed from the game. d. No mount shall be played in any USPA Event for more than one team. Unlike many other penalties which the Umpire(s) may elect not to exact, the penalty for violation of this rule must be exacted if a Referee, an Umpire, or a member of the Host Tournament Committee is notified of or otherwise becomes aware of the likelihood of the violation prior to 24 hours after the violation took place. e. A mount may be removed from the game if there is blood in its mouth, or on its flanks, or anywhere its body. f. A mount found to be improperly conditioned may be removed from the game. g. Whip and spurs may not be used unnecessarily or excessively, such as: (1) Slash whipping - loud and repeated strokes. (2) Over whipping - in excess of three strokes or when mount is laboring. (3) Heavy whipping - following a missed play. (4) Whipping while the ball is out of play h. No player may intentionally strike a mount with any part of the mallet. RULE 6- MOUNTS’ EQUIPMENT a. Shoes with an outer rim toe grip screws or frost nails are not allowed. Dull heel calks are allowed on hind shoes only. The calks can either be fixed or removable (screw-in), and should be dull, without sharp edges and no greater than one inch from the sole surface of the shoe to the ground surface. b. Blinkers or shadow rolls are not allowed. c. Protection of the pony by boots or bandages will be used on the front legs and is recommended on the hind legs. SECTION II DUTIES AND AUTHORITY OF COMMITTEE, UMPIRE, REFEREE, GOAL JUDGE, TIMEKEEPER, SCORER, USPA RULE 7- COMMITTEE A Host Tournament Committee appointed by the Association or by the Host Club will conduct each event, Club League or Tournament (See Tournament Conditions, Section 1 (“Definitions”).) The Host Tournament Committee shall be responsible for all aspects of the event including scheduling, conducting the draw, appointment of officials, providing all facilities and equipment needed by the officials to conduct the event, and resolution of all questions which arise at times other than when the Umpire is in charge. a. The Host Tournament Committee shall consist of one or more individuals who shall be clearly identified to all participants. b. The Host Tournament Committee may designate any individual to represent the Host Tournament Committee in communicating with the participants. c. The Host Tournament Committee, or its representative, shall determine the eligibility of all players and teams. d. The Host Tournament Committee may impose penalties, including Penalty 9, and may initiate 87


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disciplinary action as provided in Association By-Law 11. Disciplinary Procedure. e. The authority of the Host Tournament Committee, or its representative, is final and subject only to the provisions of Association By-Law 12. Protest Procedure. RULE 8- UMPIRES AND REFEREE a. All Umpires and Referees shall be members of the USPA. Every game shall have two mounted Umpires and a Referee, or three mounted Umpires. These Officials shall be charged with the responsibility of seeing that the game is conducted in accordance with the Rules. In these Rules and the accompanying Interpretations and Examples, the words “Umpire,” “Umpires” and “Umpire(s)” are used interchangeably, except where the context requires otherwise. b. The authority of the Umpire(s) and/or Referee shall extend from the time each game is scheduled to start until its end, and it shall include the ability to file a Conduct Violation complaint in accordance with By-Law 11 against a player whose conduct is not in the best interest of the sport. For the purpose of this rule, the “end” of a game will occur approximately 15 minutes following the final whistle. c. Should any incident or question not provided for in these Rules arise during a game, such incident or question shall be decided by the Umpires. d. Subject to Rule 11.a (“Protests”), all decisions of the Umpire, or agreed decisions of two Umpires, shall be final. In the event two are serving and they disagree, the Referee shall decide which Umpire’s opinion is to prevail or call offsetting penalties, if confirming fouls called on both teams. In the event three mounted Umpires are serving and no two agree, then no foul will be called. e. If desired, one or more Deputy Referees may be positioned to provide testimony at the request of the Referee, whose decision shall be final. f. Mounted Umpires shall appear in proper uniform and wearing a suitable riding or polo helmet with the chin strap in place. RULE 9- GOAL JUDGES a. In all USPA Events, Goal Judges shall be appointed, each of whom shall give testimony to the Umpire(s) on request concerning goals scored or other points of the game near the goal, but the Umpire(s) shall make all final decisions. When the ball goes over and across the goal line or end line, the Goal Judge shall signal with a flag whether or not a goal has been scored and, if not, shall place a ball on the field at the appropriate spot for a hit in, unless the Umpire blows the whistle to indicate a Safety as provided in Rule 21.a. b. When the ball is hit across the end line, a Goal Judge should quickly place a new ball on level ground on the field within one foot of the spot where it crossed the line except that it must not be nearer than four yards to the goal posts or side boards. The position of Goal Judge is potentially dangerous and these Officials should be instructed to remain alert and wave their flags vigorously to avoid being trampled. A Goal Judge should wave the flag overhead to signal a goal scored until acknowledged by the Scorer, and at the feet to signal the ball going over and across the end line. The flag should be kept down and furled until a goal is scored or the ball crosses the end line. An Umpire may order a Goal Judge to signal a goal for a Penalty without the ball having actually passed through the goal. RULE 10- TIMEKEEPER AND SCORER An official Timekeeper and Scorer shall be appointed in all games. The Timekeeper shall be charged with the responsibility of keeping track of the time elapsed during the periods and in between periods and of signaling the Officials and players with the horn at the appropriate times. (Note: See Rules 14, 15, 16, and 17.) The Scorer shall be charged with the responsibility of keeping track of the score and the number of fouls committed by each team and of filling out the official score sheet. The authority of the Timekeeper and Scorer shall be subordinate to the final authority of the Umpire. 88


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 RULE 11- USPA: PROTESTS, VARIATION FROM RULES, ENFORCEMENT a. Protests. Protests of the decisions or manner in which the Host Tournament Committee and/ or Officials conduct an event or involving disciplinary matters shall be resolved in accordance with the By-Laws of the Association. (See By-Law 8 (“Authority”)). b. Enforcement of Rules. These rules shall be enforced in all USPA Events. (See Tournament Conditions, Section 1 (“Definitions”).) Member clubs are strongly recommended to adhere to these rules in all other club events. c. No team may protest the scorekeeping or timekeeping of a game once the final horn has sounded. SECTION III GAME FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT RULE 12- PLAYING FIELD a. A full-sized playing field shall be 300 yards in length by 160 yards to 200 yards in width if unboarded; and 300 yards in length by 160 yards in width if boarded on the sides. The ends shall be unboarded. b. The boundaries on the sides of the field shall be known as the side boards or sidelines. c. The boundaries at the ends of the field shall be known as the end lines, except for that portion between the goal posts, which shall be known as the goal lines. d. The imaginary line that divides the field equally at right angles to the side lines or side boards shall be known as the center line. e. In addition to the field of play, there shall be an area beyond the side and end lines, known as the run off area, and incidents of the game which occur here shall be treated as though they were on the playing field. f. The goals shall be the center 8 yards of each end line between two goal posts. g. The goal posts shall be at least 10 feet high, round and of equal diameter throughout. They shall be in vertical position and light enough to break upon collision. h. Side boards, if used, shall not exceed 11 inches in height. It is permissible to use triangular pieces of wood at the bottom of the side boards toward the playing field to deflect the ball from the side boards. These pieces shall not be over 3 inches wide nor more than 3 inches high. i. The field should be clearly marked at the center with a T and at all boundaries where there are no side boards and at the edges and center of the 30, 40, and 60 yard lines at each end of the field. RULE 13- OTHER NECESSARY EQUIPMENT a. Balls shall be within the limits of 3 to 3 ½ inches in diameter and 3 ½ to 4 ½ ounces in weight. b. Each Umpire shall have a mount, whistle, pick up stick, ball bag and proper uniform. c. The Referee shall have a current copy of these rules. d. The Timekeeper shall have a time clock, horn and/or bell. e. The Scorer shall have a scoreboard and official score sheet. f. The Goal Judges shall have flags. SECTION IV DURATION OF PERIODS, GAMES, AND ROUND ROBINS, WINNING OF GAME: GOALS AND HANDICAPS RULE 14- DURATION OF PERIODS a. The horn shall be sounded two minutes before each period (also referred to as a “chukker”) as a warning of its commencement, and two horns shall sound at the time each period is to commence. b. Each period will be a maximum of seven and one-half minutes in length. At the end of seven minutes of elapsed time, a single horn (or bell) will sound to indicate thirty seconds remain in 89


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the period. At the end of seven and one-half minutes of elapsed time, a horn will sound twice to terminate the period. (1) The period shall terminate when, following the 7 minute horn, the ball is out of play, out of bounds or hits the sideboards, or a goal is scored. (2) If play is stopped by the umpires after the 7 minute horn for any reason other than those described in 14.b (1), the penalty, bowl-in or free hit, as the case may be, shall be executed and the period will end as described in 14.b (1). A minimum of five seconds shall be allowed for execution of any penalty. (3) If a foul called after the seven minute horn is not confirmed, or if an inadvertent whistle is blown, then play will resume with a bowl-in, no time shall be added to the game clock, and the period will end as described above. c. Should the score be tied at the end of the last regular period, the game shall be resumed in overtime periods played under the same conditions as described in the above sections, with intervals between periods as provided in Rule 16, until one side obtains a goal which shall determine the game. d. At the discretion of the Committee, in the event of a tie at the end of the last regular period, or any overtime period, the game may be concluded by a “shootout” procedure, after a 4-minute interval, conducted as follows: (1) The Umpire(s) will determine which goal to use. One Umpire will set up each ball, the other Umpire to serve as a goal judge. (2) Each player, in turn, and alternating teams, will attempt a free hit from the 40 yard line at an undefended goal. All players not hitting to be behind, and not closer than 10 yards from, the ball. (3) The team to hit first shall be decided by lot. (4) Each shootout goal to score 1 point. After all players have hit, the team with more points will be declared the game winner by one goal. (5) Should a tie remain after all players have hit, all players will hit again, the team which hit first, now hitting last, until a winner is produced. e. All periods shall terminate at the first sound of the final horn, wherever the ball may be, although the ball is still in play. For the purposes of counting goals subsequently scored or exacting penalties for fouls subsequently committed, periods should be considered to have ended at the times intended by these subsections rather than waiting for the horn, or the Umpire’s whistle. However, to avoid any mistake about whether the horn has actually been sounded or not, or whether such sounding may have been inadvertent or untimely, players should continue to play until they hear the Umpire’s whistle. RULE 15- RUNNING AND STOPPING OF CLOCK a. Only if and when the Umpire stops the play with the whistle, shall the clock be stopped. The clock shall not be stopped when a goal is scored or the ball otherwise goes out of bounds unless the Umpire blows the whistle. b. If play is to be resumed by the Umpire bowling the ball in between the teams, the clock (if it has been stopped by the Umpire’s whistle) does not resume running until the ball leaves the Umpire’s hand. c. If play is to be resumed by a team hitting in from its end line or by a team taking a foul shot, the clock (if it has been stopped by the Umpire’s whistle) does not resume running until the Umpire says “play” and the ball is hit, hit at, or touched by the mallet of any member of the offensive team. RULE 16- GAMES A game shall be a maximum of 6 regular periods and an unlimited number of overtime periods with intervals of four minutes after each period, except at half time in games of four or more regular periods and before the first overtime period in the event of a tie, in which cases 90


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 the intervals shall be 10 minutes. An additional 10 minute interval shall be allowed after each completion of the same number of overtime periods as the number of periods before the first 10 minute interval. In games consisting of an uneven number of regular periods, the half time shall come at the end of the middle period. Any game shall be played to its conclusion unless suspended and abandoned as provided in Rule 22.g. RULE 17- ROUND ROBINS (See Tournament Conditions Section VI B.2.c) RULE 18- WINNING OF GAME: GOALS The team with the most goals wins the game. Goals may be awarded by handicap or penalty (Rule 19), or may be scored from play. A goal is scored from play when the ball passes between the goal posts or the imaginary vertical lines produced by the inner surfaces of the goal posts and across and clear of the goal line. The ball must go all of the way over and across the side, end or goal line to be out of bounds or a goal. A ball on the line is still in play. A ball hit through, lodged into, or directly over either goal post shall not be scored because it has not passed between their inner vertical lines the goal posts produce. Should the Goal Judges and other game officials remain uncertain of whether or not the ball passed between the goal posts, play shall resume with a knock-in or a safety (Penalty 6) as determined by the Umpires. RULE 19- GOALS UNDER PENALTIES AND BY HANDICAP a. Goals awarded under penalties and by handicap shall count as goals scored. b. The Team Handicap is determined by totaling the individual handicaps (as assigned by the USPA) of the team members. In events with an upper handicap limit above 6 goals, Individual Handicaps of B+ (-0.5), A+ (0.5) or 1.5 shall be rounded to B (-1), A (0) or 1 respectively when calculating the Team Handicap. c. The number of goals awarded by handicap is determined by taking the difference between the Team Handicaps on one team and the Team Handicaps on the other team and multiplying one-sixth of that different times the number of periods (excluding overtime periods) in the game in question. d. Unless otherwise stated in the USPA Tournament Conditions whether or not a game shall be played on a handicap basis or on the flat shall be determined by the Host Tournament Committee before the event. e. In the event of a game played on a handicap basis, any handicap fraction shall be recorded as one-half goal. The one-half goal shall be used as a tie breaker and included in any net or gross goal calculations. SECTION V COMMENCEMENT, INTERRUPTION, AND RESUMPTION OF PLAY RULE 20- HOW PLAY COMMENCES a. The game begins by both teams taking their positions at the T in the center of the field at the starting time designated by the Host Club Tournament Committee, and the Umpire bowling the ball, parallel to the end line, underhand and hard, onto the ground in front of and between the opposing ranks of players, each team being on the same side of the center line as the goal which it is defending, with no player to be within 5 yards of the Umpire(s). The teams shall decide by lot which goal each will defend initially. b. If the Umpire(s) inadvertently permit all players on both teams to line up the wrong way, the responsibility rests with the Umpire(s), and there is no redress; but if at the end of the period no goal has been scored, the ends shall then be changed back. RULE 21- HOW PLAY IS INTERRUPTED Play shall be continuous until play and the clock are stopped by the Umpire blowing the whistle 91


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in one of the following situations: a. Ball Hit Across End Line (Safety). If a player hits the ball across that player’s own end line, either directly or after glancing off that player’s own mount, a goal post or the side boards, the Umpire shall stop the game and call a Safety (Penalty No. 6) unless the ball strikes another player, an opposing player’s mallet, or another player’s mount before crossing that end line. A player is considered to have “hit” the ball if the ball merely touches the mallet. This is true even though the player may have been swinging in the opposite direction or not swinging at all. b. Foul called. (1) Any infringement of the Rules constitutes a foul and the Umpire may stop the game by sounding the whistle. (2) The Umpire may also elect not to stop play by calling a foul, or to briefly delay the stoppage of play for a foul, if the Umpire deems it to be in the best interest of the game. (3) In the event of a foul being called when play is already stopped, such as a violation of Rule 30 or 33, the Umpire may so signal by: a) again sounding the whistle; or, b) waving a red flag, at the option of the Umpire. c. Damaged, Buried Ball. If the ball becomes damaged to the extent it is unplayable by being chipped, broken, or trodden into the ground the Umpire shall stop the game. What is a chipped, broken, buried, or unplayable ball shall be within the sole discretion of the Umpire. If the ball is minorly chipped or broken, the Umpire should not stop the game until it is in such a position that neither team is favored. In the case of a broken ball, the largest piece shall be played unless the Umpire stops the game. d. Injury to Player. If a player is injured, the Umpire shall stop the game, and the player shall have 15 minutes within which to recover, provided, however, that no player who has been rendered unconscious shall be allowed to resume play in any game that day. If, and when, during this interval the injured player is able to resume play or an eligible player is substituted, the Umpire shall continue the game. The game shall be continued not more than 15 minutes after it was stopped because of the injury unless the injured player’s treatment on the field requires additional time to remove the player from the field. e. Player Falls Off. If a player falls off, the Umpire shall stop the game when the ball is in neutral territory (i.e., as soon as neither team will be deprived of an imminent opportunity to score a goal). If, however, the player, in the opinion of the Umpire, may be injured, or in jeopardy of being injured, the Umpire shall stop the game immediately. What constitutes a fall shall be left to the discretion of the Umpire. f. Fallen or Injured Mount. (1) If a mount falls or is injured, the Umpire shall stop the game immediately. (2) A player whose mount has fallen may change to another mount within 5 minutes. The fallen mount may be returned to the game. (3) A player whose mount has been injured shall change to another mount within 5 minutes. A mount removed due to injury may not return to the game. (4) The game shall be resumed immediately if no change of mount is made. (5) Except as provided in this rule and in the enforcement of Rules 5.b or 5.c, a player should never be allowed time out for the purpose of changing mounts. g. Broken Tack or Equipment. (1) The game shall be stopped immediately for any broken or loose equipment which results in loss of control of the mount or danger to player or mount. (2) The game may be stopped, at the request of any player, for broken or loose equipment of a non-critical nature when the ball is out of play. (3) Play shall not be stopped, nor time taken out, for a lost or broken mallet. (4) Whenever play is stopped for repair or replacement of equipment, the affected player 92


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 may be allowed a maximum of five (5) minutes for the repair. With the permission of the Umpire(s), the affected player may be permitted to change mounts rather than to make the repair. h. Lost Helmet. If a helmet falls off, the play shall be stopped as soon as possible when the play is in a neutral position. i. Lodged Ball. If the ball becomes lodged against a player, a mount or equipment, in such a way that it cannot be dropped immediately, the Umpire shall stop the game and the ball shall be considered dead at the point where it was first lodged. j. Period Ends. The Umpire shall stop the game at the end of each period. k. Suspension of Game. The Umpire may suspend the game in the event of darkness, inclement weather, or any other reason which the Umpire(s), Referee and Host Tournament Committee believe to be in the best interest of the game. l. Inadvertent Whistle In the event of an inadvertent whistle stopping play there shall be a bowl-in toward the boards or sideline at the point at which play was stopped. RULE 22- HOW PLAY IS RESUMED a. After the ball goes across a team’s end line (other than from a Safety as provided in Rule 21.a., the team whose end line is crossed shall hit the ball in, or hit at it, from a point on the field which is within one foot of the point where the ball crossed the end line, except as provided in subsection e. (3). below. Should this point be closer than 12 feet to a side board or goal post, the ball shall be hit, or hit at, from a point on the field which is within one foot of the end line and which is 12 feet from that side board or goal post (but not between the goal posts). Each team shall be given a reasonable time to position itself for the resumption of play, and no member of the team defending against the hit-in shall be closer than 30 yards to the end line when the Umpire calls “Play” and the ball is hit or hit at. Players are expected to position themselves at a slow canter. If play is stopped because a member of the defending team is closer than 30 yards to the end line after the Umpire calls “Play” and the ball is hit, or hit at, the Umpire shall move the ball straight ahead (perpendicular to end line) 30 yards. Play shall then be resumed as before with no member of the defending team closer than 60 yards to the end line. The Umpire(s) shall indicate to the defending team the location of the appropriate distance from the end line. b. After a Safety or a foul is called and confirmed and a foul shot is awarded, play shall be resumed by the taking of the foul shot except as provided in subsection e. (4) below. (1) The player hitting the foul shot may approach the ball only once. If the player passes the ball, the whistle shall sound and the ball shall be bowled in as stated in Rule 22.e.(4). (2) The player hitting the foul shot may not “Tee” a Penalty No. 5 but must hit the ball as positioned by the Umpire. c. In the event a goal is scored at approximately the same time play is stopped by the Umpire’s whistle: (1) A penalty may be awarded or the field goal counted if a foul is confirmed against the defending team. The Umpire(s) shall be charged with determining whether or not a Penalty 1 is called for in each instance. Should they elect to do so, the field goal will not count; however, all normal procedures for carrying out the Penalty 1 will be followed. Should they elect not to call a Penalty 1, then they shall count the field goal and resume play at center field. (2) The goal shall be counted, and play resumed at center field, if no foul is awarded. (3) The goal shall not be counted, and the appropriate penalty awarded, if a foul is confirmed against the attacking team. 93


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d. After the Umpire stops the game because the ball breaks when first hit on a foul shot or on a hit-in, play shall be resumed with another ball from the same point in the same manner. Otherwise play shall be resumed with a new ball as provided in subsection e. (4) below. e. In all other cases, the Umpire shall put the ball into play by bowling it in, in the same manner as provided in Rule 20 except as provided below after allowing the players a reasonable time in which to line up. (1) After a goal has been scored, except goals awarded by handicap or Penalty No. 1, the Umpire shall bowl the ball in with the ends changed. (2) After the ball is hit across the side boards or side line the Umpire shall bowl the ball in from a point 10 yards inside the boards or line where it went out and toward the opposite boards or line. Should a period end with the ball rebounding off the boards, play shall be resumed as though the ball went out of play. (3) If the team hitting in does not hit, or hit at, the ball in a reasonable time after “Play” or if the ball is hit, or hit at, before the Umpire calls “Play”, the Umpire shall blow the whistle to stop the clock and then shall bowl in the ball at a right angle to the end line from the point the ball had been placed for the hit-in. For such a bowl in, the team which delayed play shall be on the side nearer the goal. What is a reasonable time for the ball to be hit or hit at after the Umpire calls “Play”, is within the discretion of the Umpire(s). (4) If the team fouled and awarded a foul shot does not hit, or hit at, the ball in a reasonable time after the Umpire calls “Play,” the Umpire shall bowl in the ball at the point it was placed for the foul shot toward either side boards or side lines. The decision is to be the Umpire’s and to be final. What is a reasonable time for the ball to be hit or hit at after the Umpire calls “Play” is within the discrection of the umpire(s). (5) Players may not in any way alter the surface of the playing field to tee up the ball. Players may not dismount to tee up the ball. Once an Umpire calls “Play”, a ball may not be re-teed. In the event a player alters the surface of the field or dismounts to tee a ball, the Umpire shall blow the whistle and then bowl the ball in at the point it was placed for the foul shot towards either side lines at the sole discretion of the Umpire. (6) After awarding a goal under a Penalty No. 1, the Umpire shall bowl the ball in as provided in Penalty No. 1 (b). (7) After the Umpire stops the game while the ball is on the playing field, play shall resume by a bowl-in from the point where the ball was considered dead toward the nearer side boards or side lines. In the event this point does not allow sufficient room for the teams to line up on the field, the Umpire shall bowl the ball in, in the same manner, from the nearest point that allows it. f. After the Umpire stops the game because the period ended, play shall be resumed at the beginning of the next period in the same manner as if play was being resumed in the period which ended except that the team which lost the draw at the beginning of the game may elect, when the game continues after the half time interval, which goal to defend. In the event that goals are changed under this rule, the ball shall be put back into play in the same relative part of the field. When Umpires fail to hear the horn due to the weather or wind conditions, the Referee or the Timekeeper shall immediately advise the Umpire where and when the game should have stopped. g. A suspended game shall be resumed at the point at which it was suspended as to score, period, and position of the ball at the earliest convenient time, to be decided by the Host Tournament Committee. If a suspended game is determined to have no conceivable effect on the outcome of the event, the game may be abandoned by a decision of the Host Tournament Committee. SECTION VI PERSONAL FOULS RULE 23- LINE OF THE BALL a. The line of the ball is the line of its course or that line produced forward or backward at any 94


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 moment. b. When a dead ball has been put into play through being hit at and missed, the line is considered to be in the direction in which the player was riding when the ball was hit at. c. If the ball becomes stationary while remaining in play, the line of the ball is that line upon which it was traveling before stopping. RULE 24- RIGHT OF WAY a. At each moment of the game there shall exist as between any two or more players in the proximity of the ball a Right of Way, which shall be considered to extend ahead of the player(s) entitled to it, and in the direction in which that player or those players is or are riding. b. The Right of Way, which is awarded in subsections (e), (f), (g), and (h) below, is not to be confused with the line of the ball, nor does it depend on who last hit the ball. c. No player shall enter or cross the Right of Way except at such speed and distance that not the slightest risk of a collision or danger to any player is involved. d. When the Line of the Ball changes and, as a result, the Right of Way changes, a player must be granted the necessary time to clear the new Right of Way. A player clearing the Right of Way may make no offensive or defensive play in doing so. e. No player may have the ball directly in front or on the near side if by doing so an opponent is endangered who could have safely attempted to hook the player or to hit the ball had the original player been placed with the ball on the off side. This subsection takes precedence over subsections (f) and (g) below. A player may have the ball on the near side if any of the following conditions are met: (1) a legal ride off has been executed; (2) the opponent is traveling parallel, or nearly parallel, to the player; or (3) if the opponent is far enough behind for the player to safely complete the play. f. As between two players, when one is following the ball and the other meeting the b a l l : Regardless of their respective angles, a player following the ball has the Right of Way over a player meeting the ball, other than a player meeting the ball with the line of the ball on the off side and on the exact line of the ball. A player meeting the ball in this fashion has the Right of Way over a player following the ball. g. As between two players, when both are following or both are meeting the ball: (1) The player riding parallel to or at the lesser angle to the line of the ball has the Right of Way over the player riding at the greater angle to the line of the ball. (2) In the case of two players on opposite sides of the line of the ball riding at approximately equal angles to it, the Right of Way belongs to the player with the line of the ball on the off side. h. Two players when riding in the same direction on the line of the ball, either following or meeting the ball, and simultaneously making a play against each other, have the Right of Way over a single player coming from any direction. This subsection takes precedence over Rule 25.a. RULE 25- STOPPING ON BALL a. Subject to Rule 24.h , a player who has safely entered the Right of Way of another player along the established path that the ball has already traveled and who is following the ball may slow down or stop in that Right of Way, provided that players approaching from behind have sufficient time to go around. A player is considered to have entered along the “established path that the ball has already traveled” as opposed to the “projected path that the ball has yet to travel” once the ball is ahead of that player’s stirrup. This is true even if the player enters the projected path first, and the ball subsequently passes that player’s stirrup. However, the player may not slow down or stop in another player’s Right of Way in order to allow the ball to pass the stirrup. b. A player who has safely entered the Right of Way of another player along the projected path that the ball has yet to travel, whether meeting or following the ball, may not slow down or stop in that other player’s Right of Way. 95


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c. A player on the Right of Way, defended by an opponent and in possession of the ball, shall continue to move the ball. (1) Should the game be unduly slowed, the Umpire shall stop play and restart with a bowl in. RULE 26- DANGEROUS RIDING On even terms, a player may ride off an opponent or may interpose the player’s mount between an opponent and the ball, but may not ride dangerously, as for example: a. Riding off in a manner dangerous to a player or mount; i.e., with undue force. What is considered a dangerous ride off is left to the discretion of the Umpire. Whenever a mount is knocked off balance, whether it falls or not, a dangerous ride off has occurred, and the mere fact that some of the dangerous factors listed below were absent does not mean that a foul should not be called. The following factors, among others, should be taken into consideration: (1) Relative speeds of the two mounts. It is very dangerous to ride off an opponent if you are not moving at approximately the same speed whether it be fast or slow. (2) Relative sizes of the two mounts. (3) Relative positions of the two mounts. It is dangerous if either mount is more than a foot or two ahead of or behind the other. (4) The angle at which the mounts converge. At high speeds, angles which might be safe at slower speeds become extremely dangerous. (5) States of exhaustion of the mounts involved. (6) Lack of readiness of an opponent for the ride off (blind-siding). b. Zigzagging in front of another player riding at a gallop. c. Pulling or sliding across or over a mount’s fore or hind legs in such a manner as to risk tripping either mount. d. Riding an opponent across or into the Right of Way of another player at an unsafe distance. e. Exhibiting a lack of consideration for the safety of one’s self, one’s mount, or for another player or mount. f. Two players of the same team riding off an opponent at the same time whether or not it being on the Right of Way. However, it is not necessarily a foul for a player to hook or strike an opponent’s mallet while the opponent is being ridden off by a teammate of the player hooking or striking. g. Riding at an opponent in such a manner as to intimidate and cause the opponent to pull out or miss the stroke although no entry or cross of the Right of Way actually occurs. h. Deliberately riding one’s mount into the stroke of another player. For the purpose of this Rule, a “dribble”, in which the mallet head is not raised above the mount’s hock or knee, is not considered a “stroke”. RULE 27- ROUGH OR ABUSIVE PLAY a. No player may seize another player with the hand, strike or push another player with the head, hand, arm, or elbow, but a player may push another player with the arm above the elbow, provided the elbow is kept close to the side. b. No player may physically abuse another player or the player’s own or another player’s mount. c. A player deliberately striking another player may be ejected from the remainder of the game with no substitution in accordance with Penalty 10 and the incident shall be reported by the Umpire to the Club Disciplinary Committee or Delegate for further action. RULE 28- IMPROPER USE OF MALLET a. No player may hook or strike an opponent’s mallet unless on the same side of the opponent’s mount as the ball, or in a direct line behind, and only if his or her mallet is neither over, under, nor across any part of the opponent’s mount. The mallet may not be hooked or struck unless 96


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 the adversary is in the act of hitting at the ball, or in the act of hooking or striking the player’s mallet. The act of hitting at the ball shall include both the upward and downward phases of the stroke. No player may hook or strike an opponent’s mallet unless the entire mallet is below the opponent’s shoulder. (Note: Although subsection (a) of Rule 28 indicates that a player may, under certain conditions, “strike” an opponent’s mallet, subsection (d) should always be observed. Thus, the manner of “striking” intended by subsection (a), is that which is in no way dangerous or abusive to the opponent or mount and it is, therefore, a foul to strike an opponent’s mallet with excessive force as in the case of slashing or swinging hard at the opponent’s mallet as opposed to just bumping or pushing it off its course.) b. A player may not intentionally strike a ball during play in such a way that it may cause injury to a spectator, official, or damage property. c. No player may reach immediately over and across or under and across any part of an opponent’s mount to hit at the ball, nor hit into or among the legs of an opponent’s mount. d. No player may use the mallet in a manner which is dangerous or abusive to any other individual or to the player’s own or another player’s mount. e. All players shall play with the mallet with their right hand, with the exception of left-handers registered with the USPA prior to January 1, 1974. f. No player may intentionally strike the ball after the whistle or if the ball is otherwise out of play. If a hit occurs after a whistle for a foul, or if the ball is otherwise out of play, the Umpire may award a penalty or increase the severity of the penalty if the hit is by a member of the fouling team or cancel the penalty or decrease its severity if the hit is by a member of the team fouled. If the ball that is struck intentionally after the whistle endangers a person or horse, the Umpire is encouraged to exact a Penalty 10. RULE 29. DISMOUNTED PLAYER No dismounted player may hit the ball or interfere with the game. RULE 30- APPEALING A FOUL No player may appeal in any manner to the Umpire for a foul. This does not preclude a Captain from discussing any matter with the Umpire. RULE 31- CARRYING A BALL A player may not catch, kick or hit the ball with anything but the mallet. A player may block the ball with any part of the body. A player may not carry the ball intentionally. RULE 32- GROUND KEPT CLEAR - NO OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE a. No person or persons shall be allowed within the playing field or run-off area except Players, Umpires, Referees, Managers, Mallet-holders and Goal Judges, except by special permission of the Umpire(s). b. A player requiring a mallet, a change of mount, or assistance from an outside person during a game shall ride beyond the end-lines or side-boards or side-lines to procure it. No person shall come onto the playing field to assist except when the ball is dead and when permission is granted by the Umpire(s). SECTION VII PENALTIES RULE 33- UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT Unsportsmanlike conduct, including but not limited to the following, shall not be permitted: a. Vulgar or abusive language b. Disrespectful attitude toward any official, player, coach or spectator c. Arguing or unwanted talking with Umpire(s) or other officials 97


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d. Inappropriate behavior by any member of a team organization e. Delay of game by feigning injury to a player or a mount f. Delay of game for an unnecessary tack time out; or g. Swinging the mallet in “windmill” or “helicopter” fashion as in appealing for a foul RULE 34- REPEATED FOULS a. For undue repetition of careless or deliberate fouls by one or both teams, the Umpire(s) should exact a more severe penalty for each occurrence until conduct in the best interest of the game resumes. b. At the Host Tournament Committee’s opinion, any player penalized four times during an event, or series of events, as defined by the Host Tournament Committee prior to the onset of that event or series of events, for violations of Rule 33 shall be suspended for a subsequent game in the designated event(s). RULE 35- SELECTION OF PENALTIES a. The Umpire(s) may declare any violation of the Rules of Play a foul when seen or, when not seen, upon the presentation of satisfactory evidence to the Umpire(s). (1) When a foul is called, the Umpire shall stop play by sounding the whistle and announce the foul and Penalty. (2) Should a foul be called when play has already been stopped, the Umpire shall so indicate by again sounding the whistle and/or by displaying a red flag and announce the foul and Penalty. (a) A “dead ball” foul may be penalized by offsetting an announced foul, or increasing or decreasing the severity of an announced foul. (b) A “dead ball” foul may be called at any time play is stopped including following a goal or between periods of the game. b. There are degrees of dangerous and unfair play. Where more than one Penalty is prescribed, the selection is within the discretion of the Umpire. Among the considerations: (1) Degree of danger or unfair advantage. (2) Location of the violation on the field (3) Position of players on the field; and (4) Frequency of similar violations. c. More than one penalty may be exacted by the Umpire where appropriate. d. If both teams commit a foul at approximately the same time, no free hit is taken and the ball is bowled-in at the point where play was stopped. e. The following Penalties may be exacted for violation of specific Rules: RULE PENALTY VIOLATED EXACTED 2 9 3 9 4 10 5b or c 8 5d 9 5h 2,3,4,5, or 10 6 8 21.a 6 21. f. 9 21.g.(4) 2,3,4 or 5 22.e. 2,3,4 or 5 24 1,2,3,4,5,7 or 10 25 1,2,3,4,5,7 or 10 26 1,2,3,4,5,7 or 10 98


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(1) Penalty No. 1. If in the opinion of the umpire, a player commits a dangerous or deliberate foul in the vicinity of the goal in order to prevent a goal being scored, the team fouled shall be awarded one goal. The game shall be resumed by the ball being bowled in parallel to the end lines from a point on the center of the 10 yard line nearest the fouling teams goal, the umpire positioned in front of and facing the players with the fouling teams end line to the umpires right. (2) Penalty No. 5 is to be awarded for fouls that are: (a) Are without danger (b) Are inadvertent, not deliberate (c) Provide a minor advantage or disadvantage to either team (3) Penalty No. 10 may be awarded for a dangerous or deliberate foul or conduct prejudicial to the game. (4) Increasingly severe penalties shall be exacted for repetitive or flagrant fouls up to, and including, Penalties 9 and 10. (5) Personal fouls involving unsportsmanlike conduct may, at a minimum, be penalized as follows: (a) Warning or a penalty for the first offense. (b) A more severe penalty if a penalty has previously been called or a warning given. (c) A player being suspended from the remainder of the period with no substitution if the player has been previously penalized or warned. (d) A player being suspended from the game with or without substitution if the player has previously been suspended from a portion of a period. RULE 36- SPECIFIC PENALTIES PENALTY NO.1 a. The team fouled shall be awarded one goal, and ends shall not be changed. b. The game shall be resumed by the ball being bowled-in parallel to the end lines from a point on the center of the 10 yard line nearest the fouling team’s goal, the Umpire positioned in front of and facing the players, with the fouling team’s end line to the Umpire’s right. PENALTY NO. 2 a. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from the center of the 30 yard line nearest the fouling team’s goal, or, if preferred by the Captain of the team fouled, from the point the foul occurred. Before the Umpire calls “Play” and the ball is hit or hit at, all of the fouling team shall be positioned at least 30 yards from the ball and behind their end line or off the playing field. The team fouled shall not be closer to that end line than the ball when it is hit, or hit at. b. The fouling team may not defend the penalty conversion attempt. (1) If in the opinion of the Umpire the free hit would have resulted in a goal, but is prevented by the fouling team’s failure to carry out the proper procedure, a goal shall be scored. (2) If the fouling team fails to carry out the proper procedure and no goal is scored, the team fouled shall be awarded another free hit at the ball from the same point under the same conditions. 99


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c. The team fouled may hit or hit at the ball only once. (1) If the ball does not clear the playing field, the Umpire shall sound the whistle when the ball has stopped and award a free hit to the defending team from the spot the ball stopped. (a) Should the spot be closer than 12 feet from a goal post, the ball shall be hit or hit at from the nearest spot on the field which is 12 feet from a goal post. (b) Both teams can position themselves for the free hit anywhere on or off the playing field, except that no opponent shall be closer than 30 yards to the ball when the Umpire calls “Play” and the ball is hit or hit at. d. If the team fouled fails to properly position itself, the fouling team shall hit the ball in, or hit at it, from the center of its goal line with no member of the team fouled closer than 30 yards to the end line when the ball is hit or hit at. e. If both teams fail to carry out the correct procedure, the team fouled shall have another free hit at the ball from the same point under the same conditions. PENALTY NO. 3 (UNDEFENDED) a. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from the center of the 40 yard line nearest the fouling team’s goal. Before the Umpire says “Play” and the ball is hit or hit at, all of the fouling team shall be positioned behind their end line or off the playing field. The team fouled shall not be closer to the end line than the ball when it is hit, or hit at. b. Same as Penalty No. 2 (b) c. Same as Penalty No. 2 (c) d. Same as Penalty No. 2 (d) e. Same as Penalty No. 2 (e) PENALTY NO. 3 (DEFENDED) As outlined in Tournament Condition VII.F. a Penalty No. 3 may be defended in games approved by the Host Tournament Committee at the 20 goal and above level. a. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from the center of the 40 yard line nearest the fouling team’s goal. All of the fouling team shall position themselves behind their end line, and they shall not come onto the playing field until the Umpire calls “play” and the ball is hit, or hit at, and then not from between the goal posts. The team fouled shall not be closer to the end line than the ball when it is hit, or hit at. The team fouled may hit, or hit at, the ball only once and may not make another play on, or affect the course of, the ball until it has been hit, or hit at, by a member of the opposing team or contacts a goal post or opposing player or mount. b. If in the opinion of the Umpire the free hit would have resulted in a goal, but was prevented by the fouling team’s failure to carry out the proper procedure, a goal shall be scored. c. If the fouling team fails to carry out the proper procedure and no goal is scored, the team fouled shall be awarded another free hit at the ball from the same point under the same conditions. d. If the team fouled fails to properly position itself, the fouling team shall hit the ball in, or hit at it, from the center of its goal line with no member of the team fouled closer than 30 yards to the end line when the ball is hit, or hit at. e. If the conditions of both subsection (c) and (d) above are met, the team fouled shall have another free hit at the ball from the same point under the same conditions. PENALTY NO. 4 a. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from the center of the 60 yard line nearest the fouling team’s goal, both teams free to position themselves anywhere on or off the playing field except that no member of the fouling team shall be closer than 30 yards to the ball when the Umpire calls “Play” and the ball is hit, or hit at. b. If, in the opinion of the Umpire, the free hit would have resulted in a goal, but was prevented by the fouling team’s failure to carry out the proper procedure, a goal shall be scored. c. If the fouling team fails to carry out the proper procedure and no goal is scored, the team fouled 100


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 shall be awarded another free hit at the ball from the same point under the same conditions. PENALTY NO. 5 a. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from the center of the playing field, or in the case of a minor infraction or an inadvertent cross-hook, from the point of the infraction if the Umpire so chooses. Should the point of infraction be closer than 12 feet from a goal post, sideboard, or sideline, the ball shall be hit or hit at from the nearest spot on the field which is 12 feet from a goal post, sideboard, or sideline. Both teams are free to position themselves anywhere on or off the playing field, except that no member of the fouling team shall be closer than 30 yards to the ball when the Umpire calls “Play” and the ball is hit, or hit at. b. Same as Penalty No. 4 (b) c. Same as Penalty No. 4 (c) PENALTY NO. 6 a. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from a point on the 60 yard line opposite where the ball crossed the line. Should the point on the 60 yard line opposite where the ball crossed the line be closer than 12 feet from a sideboard, or sideline, the ball shall be hit or hit at from the nearest spot on the field which is 12 feet from a sideboard, or sideline. Both teams are free to position themselves anywhere on or off the playing field except that no member of the fouling team shall be closer than 30 yards to the ball when the umpire calls “Play” and the ball is hit, or hit at. b. Same as Penalty No. 4 (b) c. Same as Penalty No. 4 (c) PENALTY NO. 7 If a player is disabled by a foul to the extent the Umpire permits or orders the player’s retirement from the game, the Captain of the team fouled shall designate the removal of a player from the fouling team whose handicap is nearest above that of the disabled player. If the disabled player’s handicap is equal to or higher than that of any player on the fouling team, any member of that team may be designated. In the event of a handicap game, there shall be no change in the handicap from as it was at the time of infraction. In the alternative, the team fouled shall have the option of providing a qualified substitute. PENALTY NO. 8 The mount is ordered off the field by the Umpire and disqualified from being played again during the game. If a mount is ordered off the field for a violation of Rule 6, after curing the violation, the mount may be allowed to play provided the game is not delayed. PENALTY NO. 9 The game shall be forfeited. In the event both teams commit a rule violation in the same game invoking Penalty No. 9, both teams shall forfeit the game, regardless of which violation occurred first. PENALTY NO. 10 The Umpire may exclude a player for all or any portion of the remaining periods of a game in case of a deliberate, dangerous foul, or conduct prejudicial to the game, and may, or may not, allow a substitution for the removed player during the exclusion. In the event substitution is allowed, that player shall be of even or less handicap, and there shall be no change in the handicap from as it was at the time of infraction.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® APPENDIX A RIGHT OF WAY ILLUSTRATIONS EXAMPLE I Rule: 24(c) and 24(f)

The ball has been hit from X and is about to stop at X’. A is riding in the general direction in which the ball is traveling, and provided A rides to take the ball on the off side (which will necessitate swerving to the left of the course A is shown as following) A will be entitled to the Right of Way shown. In this case B can meet the ball safely at X’ only if B can alter course to meet the ball on its exact line before A straightens out on the line. If, however, B accomplishes this before A gets to the proper side, then A loses the Right of Way to B.

EXAMPLE II Rule: 24(c) and 24(g) A hits the ball to X, and follows its line to take it on the off side. This entitles A to the Right of Way, as shown. If B can unquestionably reach the ball at X, without interfering with A’s stroke or causing A to check in the slightest degree to avoid the risk of a collision, then B may take an off side backhander at B’. But if there is the slightest doubt about B riding clear of A, then A’s Right of Way holds good and B’s only chance of hitting the ball is to swerve towards B”, keeping clear of the Right of Way, and taking a nearside backhander. If in taking this backhander, or afterwards, B’s mount in the slightest degree enters the Right of Way, B infringes Rule 24(c).

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 EXAMPLE III Rule: 24(f) A hits the ball in from behind to X. B rides to meet it and C to take it on. A collision is imminent between B and C at X. B is entitled to the Right of Way because B is meeting the ball on its exact line to take it on the off side. C must not cross this Right of Way. The only way for the team hitting in to take the ball on, is for A to follow the line and take an off side shot, because A and B are each entitled to their own Rights of Way, which are clear of one another.

EXAMPLE IV Rule: 24(h) The ball has been hit from the mouth of the goal to X. The Red #4 and Blue #1 are following up the line of the ball, riding each other off. These two players share the Right of Way, as shown, and no other player, or players (Red or Blue) may cross or enter this Right of Way, even if meeting the ball on its exact line.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® EXAMPLE V Rule: 24(g)

The ball has been hit to X. Neither A nor B hit it there, but the striker is not near enough to the ball to risk a collision with either. Both start to ride to the ball with equal rights. A collision appears probable at X. A has the Right of Way, as shown, as he followed more closely the line on which the ball has been traveling.

EXAMPLE VI Rule: 24(b) and 24(g)

B hits the ball under his pony’s neck to X, and swings round in a semi-circle to B’. A follows the line of the ball to A’. A collision is imminent between A’ and B’ at X. Although B hit the ball last, B has failed to obtain the Right of Way because B has failed to follow the ball on its exact new line without deviation, whereas A has ridden on a line closer or more nearly parallel to the new line of the ball. A is therefore entitled to the Right of Way.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONŽ 2017 EXAMPLE VII Rule: 24(h) and 25(d) and 25(f) Red #2 hits the ball to X and follows its line to take again on the offside. Red #2 is therefore entitled to the Right of Way, as shown. Blue #4 ride for the ball. Red #1 goes with the Blue #4 riding Blue #4 off all the way. A collision appears probable at X. Red #1 will commit a dangerous foul if Red #1 fails to give way and consequently: (a) forces the Blue #4 across the Right of Way, thereby causing Red #1 to check to avoid collision, or (b) causes the Blue #4 to check in order to avoid being sandwiched between the two players. (c) The Umpire must observe closely whether the Blue #4 fouls by riding across the Right of Way of Blue’s own free will or whether the Red #1 fouls by forcing Blue #4 across it.

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ARENA RULES TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

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RULE 1- FACILITIES a. Playing Arena (1) A playing area of 300 feet in length by 150 feet in width is considered ideal for Arena Polo. (2) Goals shall be centered at opposite ends of the Arena and the ideal size shall be 10 feet in width by 15 feet in height, inside measurement. (3) Arena polo is normally played in facilities, which have walls and gates enclosing them. (a) Goals painted on the end walls do not make satisfactory goals as they do not mark a goal line across which the ball must pass. (b) Goal boxes, as shown in the sketch below, in height equal to the height of the goal including a cross piece marking the top of the goals should be used. (c) Although arenas with open ends, goal lines and goal posts are not favored by the Arena Committee, their use would suggest that Rules 18, 22a, 21a and Penalty 6 as provided in the Official Outdoor Rules be followed with the exception that the free hit called for in Penalty 6 be taken 25 yards from the goal line. (4) The Arena shall be clearly marked with goal lines, center line the full width of the floor and at points 15 yards and 25 yards perpendicular to each goal. (a) The goal line shall extend across the goal mouth, the full width of the goal. (b) The leading edge of the goal line shall indicate the plane of the goal, with the remainder of the line inside the goal box. (c) The ground area behind the goal line may be sloped so a rolling ball will fall through, not away from, the plane of the goal.

b. Balls The ball shall be not less than 12.5” or more than 15” in circumference and the weight not less than 170 grams or more than 182 grams. In a bounce test from 9’ on concrete at 70°F, the rebound should be a minimum of 54” and a maximum of 64” at the inflation rate specified by the manufacturer. This provides for a hard and lively ball. c. Exception to Rules It is recognized that some limitations may from time to time exist which make it impossible or impractical for the Host Tournament Committee (also referred to herein as the “Committee”) to fully comply with the Rules of Arena Polo. In such cases, the Committee shall spell out such exceptions prior to the event. The Committee shall make every effort to comply with the intent of these Rules if an exception must be made. The Committee should use restraint in making “house rules” and do so only if it is in the best interest of the players and the event. House rules could include, but are not limited to: definition of “goal line,” “goal mouth,” “wall,” or “out of play.” 107


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 RULE 2- MOUNTS AND EQUIPMENT a. A mount is a horse or a pony of any breed and size. b. A mount blind in one eye or both eyes may not be played. c. A mount showing vice or not under proper control shall be excluded from the game. d. Shadow rolls, blinders or any other device which might obscure the mount’s vision shall not be used. e. Shoes with an outer rim, toe grip, screws or frost nails are not allowed. Heel calks are allowed on hind shoes only and should be dull, without sharp edges and no greater than one inch from the sole surface of the shoe to the ground surface. f. Unless announced as a “split string” event, no mount may be played by more than one team. g. A mount may be removed from the game if there is blood in its mouth, or on its flanks, or anywhere on a horse’s body. h. Leg protection of the pony by boots or bandages will be used on the front legs and is recommended on the hind legs. RULE 3- PLAYERS AND ALTERNATES a. There shall be three players on each team, designated as No.1, No.2, and No.3. Each team may designate one or more alternate players. (1) Each team shall designate one player as Captain who shall have the sole right to discuss with the Umpire procedural matters arising during the game. (2) Players shall not appear in any event in other than proper uniform including a suitable helmet or cap with chin strap in place. (3) A player shall not use sharp spurs nor any gear with protruding buckles or studs. (4) In the event the colors of competing teams are similar, the Committee may designate which is to change its uniform for the game in question. (5) No player shall play for more than one team in any event. (6) A team shall present itself to play at the time scheduled by the Host Tournament Committee. b. No player shall participate in any game, match or tournament event at a USPA member club unless the player’s USPA registration fee has been paid and a handicap issued for the year in which the event takes place. (1) A player registered with the USPA is eligible to play in any match, game or tournament event except that: a player with a handicap of B (-1) may not play above the 9 goal level and a player with a handicap of C (-2) may not play in any USPA Event. (2) No individual shall participate as a player or Official in any match if physically impaired (e.g., sick, hurt, intoxicated) before or during a match if such impairment endangers the safety of the individual or others. c. Unlimited substitutions shall be permitted at the end of any period. (1) In the event of an injury substitution during a period, the team may elect to make a double substitution, replacing the injured player and one other with eligible substitutes. (Rule 16.h) (2) The substitute must be eligible to play in the game and the team’s aggregate handicap after the substitution may not exceed the upper handicap limit specified for the event; however, the team’s aggregate handicap may be below the lower aggregate handicap limit specified for the event. (3) In all cases of substitution, the highest handicap on the field at any given time in the game shall be counted for the entire game. (4) In the event a player or players are removed from a game due to Penalty No. 7, both teams may substitute the remaining players in accordance with the conditions listed above, except that neither team’s aggregate handicap on the field, plus goals received by handicap, may

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exceed the higher handicapped team’s handicap following the enactment of Penalty No. 7. (5) After enactment of Penalty No. 7, if the teams are reduced to two players per team, the injured player may not re-enter the game at any time and the game shall be finished with two players per team. d. In the event a player is removed from the game due to inability to continue or by disqualification and no qualified alternate is available or permitted, the team shall continue to play, no change in handicap shall be made, and the team will remain qualified. RULE 4- OFFICIALS a. Host Tournament Committee - A Committee appointed by the Association or by the Host Club will conduct each USPA Event. The Committee shall be responsible for all aspects of the event including scheduling, conducting the draw, appointment of Officials, providing all facilities and equipment needed by the Officials to conduct the event and resolution of all questions which arise at times other than when the Umpire is in charge. (1) The Committee shall consist of one or more individuals who shall be clearly identified to all participants. (2) The Committee may designate any individual to represent the Committee in communicating with the participants. (3) The Committee, or its representative, shall determine the eligibility of all players and teams. (4) The Committee may impose penalties, including Penalty 9, and may initiate disciplinary action as provided in Association By-Law 11. Disciplinary Procedure. (5) The authority of the Committee, or its representative, is final and subject only to the provisions of Association By-Law 11. Disciplinary Procedure. b. Umpire and Referee (1) Every tournament game shall have two Umpires and a Referee or just one Umpire at the discretion of the Committee. Throughout these Rules, “Umpire” shall refer to one or two, whichever are serving. The second Umpire may be mounted or serve from a vantage point on the side. (2) The authority of the Umpire and/or Referee shall extend from the time each game is scheduled to start until its end and shall include the ability to file a complaint of Conduct Violation in accordance with By-Law 11. For the purpose of this rule, the “end” of a game will occur approximately 15 minutes following the final whistle. (3) The Umpire shall be responsible for enforcing the Rules and maintaining proper control over players and teams during the game. (4) Subject to Rule 18, all decisions of the Umpire, or agreed decisions of two Umpires, shall be final. (a) In the event two Umpires are serving and they disagree, the Referee shall decide which Umpire’s opinion is to prevail or call offsetting penalties, if confirming fouls called on both teams. The Referee’s decision is to be final. (b) The Officials are encouraged to discuss among themselves any aspect of the game; however, only the Umpire(s) can award a Penalty. (5) Should any incident or question not provided for in these Rules arise during a game, such incident or question shall be decided by the Umpire or the Umpires and Referee. (6) The authority of the Umpire is absolute and the Umpire’s decisions must be respected and complied with. The Umpire has the authority to impose any penalty as set down in Rule 9. (7) Mounted Umpires shall appear in proper uniform and wearing a suitable riding or polo helmet with chin strap in place. RULE 5- LENGTH AND NUMBER OF PERIODS a. A regulation game shall be four periods of 7-1/2 minutes with intervals of 4 minutes after each period except the second period. There shall be a 10 minute interval after the second period. 109


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Should the Committee so designate, an event may be played under one of the following options: (1) An event may be played with “split periods” as follows: (a) At the first play stoppage, including a goal, following the expiration of 3 1/2 minutes in any period, the timer shall sound a horn. (b) During this stoppage, not more than 2 minutes will be allowed for players to change mounts. (2) An event may be played with six periods of 5 minutes with intervals of 4 minutes after each period except the third period. There shall be a 10 minute interval after the third period. b. The timer shall sound a horn to signal the end of the period. (1) Play shall continue in all periods except overtime periods until ended by the final horn. (2) Play shall stop at the sound of the timer’s horn and the ball shall be dead at that instant. The Umpire shall confirm the end of the period by sounding the whistle. (3) In an arena, without a visible clock, it is recommended that a 30-second warning be sounded. c. In the event of a tie at the end of the last regular period, a winner shall be produced under one of the following options as designated by the Committee prior to the commencement of the event: (1) The game shall continue, after a 10 minute interval, with additional periods, as required, the team first scoring to be declared the winner. (2) A “shootout” procedure, after a 4-minute interval, conducted as follows: (a) The Umpire(s) will determine which goal to use. One Umpire will set up each ball, the other Umpire to serve as goal judge. (b) For the purpose of player substitution, the “shootout” shall be considered an additional period of the game. (c) The mounts in the shootout shall be those used in the final regular period unless replaced due to injury. (d) Each player, in turn, will attempt a free hit from the 25 yard line at an undefended goal. A player must hit or hit at the ball on the first or second approach. (e) All players not hitting to be behind, and not closer than 10 yards from the ball. (f) The team to hit first shall be decided by lot. (g) Each shootout goal to score 1 point. After all players have hit, the team with more points will be declared the game winner by one goal. (h) Should a tie remain after all players have hit, all players will hit again, the team which hit first, now hitting last, until a winner is produced. d. When the Umpire sounds the whistle and stops play during a period for any cause provided in these rules, the clock shall be stopped, and the elapsed time shall not be deducted from the length of the period. e. When a goal is scored, the Umpire shall signal by raising an arm and time shall not be taken out. f. The judgment as to whether a ball went out of play or was put in play before or after the horn is the Umpire’s. g. All penalties shall be exacted in the period in which they are awarded. If less than 5 seconds remain in the period, the clock shall be reset to 5 seconds prior to the free hit. A penalty awarded between periods of a game will be executed at the start of the following period. RULE 6- SCORING a. The team which scores more points shall win the game. (1) Goals awarded by handicap shall count as one point goals scored. (2) A ball hit from beyond the center line which scores directly or off the wall but not off the roof structure and without being touched by any mount or any player other than one original hit by the striker, shall count two points. (3) Goals awarded according to the conditions of Penalty No. 1 shall be counted: (a) As two point goals scored if the hit met the criteria of Rule 6. a. (2) above but did not score solely due to a defensive foul 110


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(b) As one point goals scored if the criteria of Rule 6. a. (2) are not met. (4) All other goals count one point. b. In order to score a goal, the ball must pass between the goal posts, through the plane of the mouth of the goal, and beneath the top of the goal. If required, the Committee may state “house rules” for goal construction as permitted under Rule 1.c. c. Where play is stopped in the belief that a goal has been scored, and it is subsequently ruled that no goal has been scored, play shall be resumed by a bowl-in at the 15-yard mark with the near goal to the Umpire’s right. In the event that the Officials cannot determine whether or not a goal has been scored, or whether or not it was a 2 point goal, the benefit of doubt shall be to the defending team. d. Following a scored goal, at the option of the Committee, play is resumed by either: (1) A bowl-in at the center of the arena; or (2) A “free hit” by the team against which the goal was scored. e. If a goal is scored at approximately the same time the whistle sounds: (1) The goal shall be counted if the foul was called on the defending team regardless of whether or not the foul is confirmed. Play will be resumed with a bowl-in from the 15 yard line as in Penalty No. 1 if the foul is confirmed; otherwise with a center bowl-in. (2) The goal shall not be counted, and the game resumed by the appropriate penalty hit, if a foul is confirmed against the attacking team. (3) The goal shall be counted and play resumed with a bowl-in at the center of the arena if the whistle sounded for any other reason. RULE 7- DEAD BALL a. At any time the Umpire sounds the whistle, the ball is dead and no further play may be made by any player. Play is resumed by a free hit or a bowl-in as specified elsewhere in these Rules. (see Rules 8 and 9) b. The ball shall be declared dead and play resumed with a bowl-in toward the nearer sidewall at the point where the ball was considered dead, but not closer than 15 yards from the goal: (1) If the ball is broken or trodden into the ground so as to be unserviceable. (2) If the ball strikes the Umpire or Umpire’s mount so as to affect the flow of play. (3) If the ball becomes lodged against a player, mount, or equipment and cannot be dropped immediately. (4) If the ball becomes involved in a melee such that neither team can properly make a play. (5) If the ball is driven outside or leaves the arena, whether or not it bounces back into the playing area. (6) If a foul is called and overruled and no goal is scored c. A dead ball shall be put back in play with a bowl-in as specified in Rule 8.c. RULE 8- COMMENCEMENT AND RESUMPTION OF PLAY a. The teams shall decide by lot which goal each shall defend initially. Thereafter, goals shall be changed at the beginning of each period including any extra period. b. The game begins with both teams positioning themselves, at the time designated by the Committee, for a center line bowl-in. Subsequent periods may begin with a center line bowl-in or Penalty hit as directed by the Umpire. c. When play is begun with a bowl-in: (1) The Umpire shall indicate the “center line” of the bowl-in. (a) At the arena center, this line will be marked on the floor. (b) At all other points, the “center line” will extend from the Umpire’s hand perpendicular to the wall. (2) Each team shall be positioned on the same side of the center line, as the goal each is to defend. (3) Each player shall be at least 3 yards from the Umpire and shall not be moving toward 111


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 the Umpire. (4) There shall be no contact between players until the ball leaves the Umpire’s hand. (5) The Umpire shall bowl-in the ball, underhand and hard, along the center line. (6) The direction of any bowl-in shall be from the center of the arena to the nearer wall, but not closer than 15 yards to either goal. d. When play is begun with a Penalty hit, the procedures outlined in Rule 9 shall apply. e. When play is begun with a free hit by the team against which a goal was scored: (1) The ball must be put in play at once, although the hitter is permitted to move the ball from a divot or the goal mouth to present a fair lie. (2) The defending team must position at least one player between the hitter and their goal when the ball is hit or hit at. (3) No defender may be within 5 yards of the ball when it is hit or hit at. (4) Should the defending team not position itself properly, a Penalty 5. a. shall be awarded. (5) Should the hitting team not put the ball in play promptly, the Umpire shall stop play and execute a bowl in at that team’s 15 yard line. f. The timer shall start the clock, if stopped, the moment the ball leaves the Umpire’s hand for a bowl-in, or when the ball is hit or hit at, as in Rule 9. RULE 9- PENALTIES a. SPECIFIC PENALTIES: A violation of these Rules may be penalized by the Umpire in accordance with its severity, its location, or its effect on the game, by awarding to the offended team one of the following Penalties: Penalty 1. The team fouled shall be awarded a goal. On resumption of play, the Umpire shall bowl the ball in toward the sideboards at a point 15 yards in front of the center of the goal defended by the fouling team. The fouling team’s goal shall be to the Umpire’s right. Penalty 2. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from a spot 15 yards in front of the center of the goal defended by the fouling team, all players to be behind the point from where the free hit is made until the ball is hit or hit at. No opponent shall be within 5 yards of the player making the hit. Play shall continue, in the event no goal is scored on the free hit. Penalty 3. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from a spot 25 yards in front of the center of the goal defended by the fouling team, all players to be behind the point from where the free hit is made until the ball is hit or hit at. No opponent shall be within 5 yards of the player making the hit. Play shall continue in the event no goal is scored on the free hit. Penalty 4. A free hit at the ball by the team fouled from a spot 25 yards in front of the center of the goal defended by the fouling team, all players to be behind the point from where the free hit is made until the ball is hit or hit at, except one of the fouling team, who may be placed within a 5 yard arc of the goal. No opponent shall be within 5 yards of the player making the hit. Play shall continue in the event that no goal is scored on the free hit or; Penalty 5. At the discretion of the Umpire, a free hit at the ball by the team fouled from: a. A point not more than one foot beyond the mid-point of the center line of the arena; both teams to position themselves anywhere in the arena except that no member of the fouling team shall be within 5 yards of the ball when the Umpire calls “PLAY” and the ball is hit or hit at. No player may line up in the Right of Way unless at a minimum 112


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b. EXECUTION OF PENALTIES: (1) On Penalties 2, 3, 4 and 5, one player may, with the Umpire’s permission, position the ball for the free hit. (2) The team fouled may hit or hit at the ball only once on Penalties 2, 3 and 4, and may not again affect the course of the ball until the ball hits the wall, an opposing mount or player, or until an opposing player hits or hits at the ball. (a) Should an opposing player be hooked in the act of hitting at the ball, before it hits the wall or is touched by an opposing mount or player, the ball is “live” and may be played by either team. (b) Should the ball be hit at and missed, come to a stop or its course be altered by the hitting team before it touches the wall or an opposing mount or player, the Umpire shall stop play and award the opposing team a free hit from the point where play was stopped, but not less than 5 yards from the wall. (c) Should the fouled team violate this procedure, the fouling team shall be awarded a free hit as in Penalty No. 5.b (3) In the event the hitter misses the ball completely, on a Penalty No. 5 a. or b., the ball remains in play and the Line of the Ball is defined in Rule 11.b. (4) Once the Umpire has called “PLAY” any touching of the ball with the mallet constitutes the ball being “hit”. A horse kicking the ball is not considered a hit at the ball unless the player has also hit or hit at the ball with the mallet. (5) On Penalties 2, 3, 4 or 5 play shall begin and the clock started when the Umpire calls “PLAY” and the ball is hit or hit at. The hitter must hit or hit at the ball on the first or second approach after the call of “PLAY” or Penalty 6.b may be awarded. (6) On Penalties 2, 3, 4 or 5 there shall be no contact between any player and opponent until the ball is hit or hit at.

RULE 10- CALLING OF FOULS AND SELECTION OF PENALTY a. The Umpire may declare any violation of the Rules of Play a foul when seen, or when not seen, upon satisfactory evidence to the Umpire. (1) When a foul is called, the Umpire shall stop play by sounding the whistle and announce the foul and Penalty. (2) Should a foul be called when play has already been stopped, the Umpire shall so indicate by again sounding the whistle and/or by waving a red flag and announce the foul and Penalty. (a) A “dead ball” foul may be penalized by offsetting an announced foul, or increasing or decreasing the severity of an announced foul. (b) A “dead ball” foul may be called at any time play is stopped including following a goal or between periods of the game. b. There are degrees of dangerous and unfair play. Where any Penalty is prescribed, the selection is at the discretion of the Umpire. Among the considerations: (1) Degree of danger or unfair advantage. (2) Location of the violation. (3) Position of players on the field. (4) Frequency of similar violation. (5) Location of the ball. c. More than one penalty may be exacted by the Umpire where appropriate, whether or not multiple fouls are committed. d. If both teams commit a foul at approximately the same time, no free hit is taken and the ball is bowled-in at the point where play was stopped but not less than 15 yards from nearer goal. e. The following Penalties may be exacted for violation of specific Rules:

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RULE VIOLATED: 2.b, c, d, e, g, h 2.f 3.a 2), 3) 3.a. 5,) 6) 3. b, c, d 7.a 12 13 14 14h 15 16

PENALTY EXACTED: 8 9 8 9 9 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 2,3,4,5,10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,7, 10

(1) Penalty No. 1 shall be exacted for a foul in the vicinity of the goal to prevent the scoring of a goal. (2) Penalty No. 5. a and b) are to be awarded for fouls that are: (a) Without danger; (b) Inadvertent, not deliberate; (c) Minor advantage or disadvantage to either team. (3) Penalty No. 10 may be awarded for a dangerous or deliberate foul or conduct prejudicial to the game. (4) Increasingly severe penalties shall be exacted for repetitive or flagrant fouls, up to, and including, Penalties 9 and 10. (5) Personal fouls involving unsportsmanlike conduct may, at a minimum, be penalized as follows: (a) Warning or a penalty for the first offense. (b) A more severe penalty, if a penalty has previously been called, or a warning given. (c) A player being suspended from the remainder of the period with no substitution, if the player has been previously penalized or warned. (d) A player being suspended from the game with no substitution. if the player has previously been suspended from a portion of a period. RULE 11- LINE OF THE BALL a. The Line of the Ball (hereafter referred to as “Line”) is the line of its course or that line produced forward or backward at any moment. b. When the ball is put into play by a free hit: (1) A Line is created from the ball to the center of the goal when the Umpire calls “PLAY”. (2) If the ball is hit at and missed, the Line remains to the center of the goal until changed. (3) Once hit, the Line assumes the direction of the hit, forward and backward from the ball. c. When the ball is put into play by a bowl-in, a Line is created at the instant the ball leaves the Umpire’s hand. d. Should the ball become stationary while still in play, the Line remains the last Line traveled before the ball became stationary except as provided in Rule 11.b. e. At any time the ball changes direction, from whatever cause, a new Line is immediately established and a new Right of Way (Rule No. 12) as determined by the new Line may be created. RULE 12- RIGHT OF WAY a. At each moment of the game there shall exist as between any two or more players in the proximity of the ball a Right of Way, which gives to the player entitled to it the right to proceed 115


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 in the direction in which the player is riding. b. No player may enter, cross or obstruct the Right of Way of the player entitled to it unless at such a distance that no risk of collision or danger to either player is involved. c. When the Line of the Ball changes, and, as a result, the Right of Way changes, a player must be granted the necessary time to clear the new Right of Way. A player clearing the Right of Way may make no offensive or defensive play in doing so. d. Subject to Rule 12.g no player may have the ball other than on the offside or the offside of the player’s course, if in so doing an opponent is endangered who could have safely attempted a play had the original player kept the ball on the offside, or the offside of that player’s course. This subsection takes precedence over 12.e and 12.f below. e. Subject to Rule 12.g each of two players, when one is following and the other meeting the ball, must ride with the Line of the Ball on the offside until they have passed. (Note: A player who cannot be placed with the Line on the offside, or maintain the Line on the offside until the opponent has safely passed, without dangerously crossing the oncoming opponent who already has the Line of the Ball on the offside has no play at all.) f. As between two players when both are following or both are meeting the ball: (1) The player riding parallel to or at the lesser angle to the Line of the Ball has the Right of Way over the player riding at the greater angle to the Line of the Ball. (2) In the case of two players on opposite sides of the Line of the Ball at equal angles to the Line of the Ball, both players have a Right of Way up to the Line of the Ball or until the angle of one becomes less than the angle of the other. (3) A player waiting on the projected line for the ball must yield the Right of Way to a player following the course the ball has already traveled. (4) A player riding at safe speed and distance ahead of the player carrying the ball shall assume the Right of Way if the ball is hit up and passes the lead player’s stirrup. However, the player may not slow down or stop in another player’s Right of Way in order to allow the ball to pass his stirrup. g. Subject to Rule 12.i. when playing the ball along the side or end wall, if the distance of the ball from the wall does not permit an offside play, a player who is both at the least angle to the Line of the Ball and following the direction of the Ball shall have the Right of Way even though playing the ball on the near side. h. Subject to Rule 12.i the player with the Right of Way may play the ball at any speed and any player approaching from the rear must go around. (1) A player may not check suddenly so as to cause a following player to collide. (2) A player carrying the ball along the boards has a further obligation to maintain pace. i. Two opponents riding together on, or at an angle to, the Line have the Right of Way over a single player riding at an equal or greater angle to the Line regardless of whether the opponents are meeting or following the direction of travel of the ball. RULE 13- DANGEROUS RIDING a. Careless or dangerous riding or lack of consideration for the safety of any player or mount, regardless of team, or right of way, is a foul. b. The following are examples of riding prohibited under this rule: (1) Riding off at an angle or speed dangerous to a player or to a mount. Factors to be considered in judging a dangerous speed or angle include: (a) Relative speeds of the two mounts. It is very dangerous to ride off an opponent if you are not moving at approximately the same speed he is moving, whether it be fast or slow. (b) Relative sizes of the two mounts. (c) Relative positions of the two mounts. It is dangerous if either mount is more than a foot or two ahead of or behind the other. (d) The angle at which the mounts converge. At high speeds, angles which might be safe at slower speeds become extremely dangerous. 116


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RULE 14- IMPROPER PLAY a. A player shall not strike an adversary’s or a teammate’s mount with hands, whip or mallet. b. A player shall not strike the ball or interfere in the game when dismounted. c. A player shall not seize with the hand, strike or push with the head, hand, arm or elbow, an opponent, but a player may push with the shoulder, provided the elbow is kept close to the side. d. A player on the Right of Way, defended by an opponent and in possession of the ball, shall continue to move the ball. Should the game be unduly slowed, the Umpire shall stop play and restart with a bowl-in. e. A player may not hold the ball in the hand, arm or lap; nor kick or hit at the ball with any part of the person in such a way as to direct its course. The ball, however, may be blocked with any part of the person or mount. f. No player may appeal in any manner to the Umpire for a foul. This does not preclude a Captain from discussing any procedural matter with the Umpire. g. A player may not intentionally dismount while the ball is in play; but may request the Umpire(s) permission to do so at any time play is stopped under Rule 16. h. Whip and spurs may not be used unnecessarily or excessively, such as: (1) Slash whipping - loud and repeated strokes. (2) Over whipping - in excess of three strokes or when mount is laboring. (3) Heavy whipping - following a missed play. i. Unsportsmanlike conduct such as, but not limited to, the following shall not be permitted. (1) Vulgar language (2) Abusive language (3) Disrespectful attitude toward any Official, player, coach or spectator. (4) Arguing with Umpire(s) or other Officials. (5) Inappropriate behavior by any member of a team organization. RULE 15- USE OF THE MALLET a. A player may hook or strike the mallet of an opponent with the mallet provided that: (1) The opponent is in the act of striking at the ball, including both the upward and downward phases of the stroke; or (2) The opponent is attempting to hook the hitter, in which case, the hitter may strike the opponent’s mallet. 117


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 (3) The player is on the same side of the opponent as the ball or in a direct line behind. (4) The hook is made below the level of the mount’s back. b. A player may not reach over, under, in front of, or behind another’s mount. c. A player may not strike another’s mount with the mallet. (1) If the striker began the down stroke while clear of the opponent’s mount but struck the opponent’s mount as a result of the distance between mounts being lessened during the course of the stroke, the foul would be called on the opponent who rode into what would have been a safe stroke had the original position been maintained. (2) If the opponent’s position relative to the striker is established before the stroke begins, the striker is guilty of hitting the opponent’s mount. d. All players shall carry the mallet in the right hand with the exception of left-handers registered with the Association prior to January 1, 1982. e. A player shall not intentionally strike the player’s own mount with the mallet. This includes using any portion of the mallet as an aid in managing the mount. f. No player may use the mallet carelessly or dangerously, for example: (1) Taking a full swing in close quarters. (2) Hooking, striking or slashing an opponent’s mallet with unnecessary force. (3) Carrying the mallet in such a way that it might become entangled in a player or mount’s equipment. (4) A player assumes the full responsibility for using the mallet safely. (5) Using the mallet to hit or hit at any player, mount, Official or spectator. g. A player is at all times responsible for the consequences of the stroke including back-swing, stroke and follow through. No player may swing the mallet in “windmill” or “helicopter” fashion as in appealing for a foul or celebration. RULE 16- INTERRUPTION OF PLAY a. The Umpire shall stop the game immediately and take time out when a mount falls, or a player or mount is injured or in danger of being injured. b. Any player may request that the Umpire take time out in the event of equipment breakage which endangers a player or mount. (1) Time out may be requested when the ball is in play only for a situation which presents an immediate and serious hazard. (2) What constitutes a dangerous situation is left to the Umpire. A player who request that the Umpire stop play for a reason which the Umpire later determines to be unjustified, may occasion a foul to be called. c. Time out for equipment repair may be called for after a goal is scored or at any time the ball is out of play. d. In the event of a player falling, the Umpire shall stop play. e. There shall be no time out for a lost or broken mallet. However, time should be taken following a goal or when play is otherwise stopped to remove the mallet. Time should be taken immediately if the mallet presents a risk to player or mount. f. In the event of a lost helmet, play should be stopped as soon as possible but at such time that neither team is favored. g. In the event of a runaway or uncontrollable mount, the Umpire shall stop play and order the mount removed. h. In the event of injury to a player, the player shall have not more than fifteen minutes time out after which the player shall be considered disabled and the provisions of Rule 3. PLAYERS shall apply. Any injured player who has been unconscious shall be considered disabled and ineligible to continue. i. No person shall enter the arena to assist any player unless the Umpire has stopped play and granted permission. j. A player wishing to exchange mounts may do so only when play is stopped and with the 118


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permission of the Umpire. Any interference with the subsequent play of the game may occasion a penalty. RULE-17 HANDICAPS a. A player’s handicap is based on a game of four 7-½ minute periods. The aggregate handicaps of the players of each team shall constitute the team handicap. b. In games played with handicaps, the difference in team handicaps will be awarded to the team with the lesser handicap and will count as goals scored. Any fractional handicap awarded shall be counted as ½ goal. Fractional goals are used as tie-breakers and in net and gross goal calculations. c. In events of other than four periods, the team handicap difference shall be divided by four, multiplied by the number of periods to be played, and awarded as goals to the team with the lesser handicap. d. The Committee shall decide if a game is to be played with handicap or on the flat. e. The aggregate handicap of a team must fall within the limits specified for an event. No team whose handicap is higher or lower than the specified limits shall be permitted to participate, except as provided in Rule 1.c and 3.c. f. If a team has entered an event and has a player or players changed in handicap at any time from the draw through the team’s last game in the event resulting in the team’s total handicap being over or under the maximum handicap limit of the event, the team will remain eligible for that event but must play off the new handicap in all remaining games. (1) Any substitution of players in such a team must bring the team handicap within the handicap limits of the event. (2) In an event played on the flat, such a team must give an opponent the goal difference of the team handicap over the upper handicap limit of the event. (3) In a handicap event, such a team must give an opponent the full handicap difference. (4) Should a team’s handicap be changed by more than two goals over the upper or below the lower limit during the event, the team may not continue and must conform itself to the original handicap limits of the event. RULE 18- USPA: PROTESTS, VARIATION FROM RULES, ENFORCEMENT a. Protests. Protests of the decisions or manner in which the Host Tournament Committee and/or Officials conduct an event or involving disciplinary matters shall be resolved in accordance with the By-Laws of the Association. b. Variations from Rules. See By-Law 8. Authority In exceptional circumstances the Chairman or, in the Chairman’s absence, the other Officers of the USPA in order of rank shall have the power to grant variations and deviations from these rules. c. Enforcement of Rules. The USPA will enforce all of its rules in any USPA Event. Member clubs are strongly recommended to adhere to these rules in all other club events. d. No team may protest the scorekeeping or timekeeping of a match once the final horn has sounded.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 APPENDIX A Discussion of Right of Way With the exception of play along the boards, and free hits, the Rules governing Right of Way in Outdoor and Arena Polo are quite similar. Appendix A of the Outdoor Rules illustrates many such situations. Situations unique to Arena Polo are illustrated and discussed below: Example I

The Right of Way in this illustration will be awarded to A or B depending on the following circumstances: 1. If play is away from the wall, B is entitled to the Right of Way, regardless of whether the ball was hit from X to X’ or from X’ to X, under Rule 12.e because B is placed with the Line on the offside. A has no play at all. 2. If the wall is represented by the line between X and X’, the Right of Way is determined as follows: a. If the Line of the Ball is parallel to the wall, A may carry the ball from X to X’, but may not meet it; and B may carry the ball from X’ to X but not meet it, under Rule 12.g. b. If A hits the ball to the wall at Y so it rebounds toward B, B may pick up the ball on the offside and assume the Right of Way. A loses the Right of Way the instant the ball rebounds at Y. A cannot be positioned on the offside of the Line from Y to B without crossing B’s Right of Way. c. If B hits the ball to the wall at Y so it rebounds toward A, A may pick it up on the offside. B, however, still has a play if B can turn toward A at Y and at all times keep the Line of the Ball on the offside.

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Right of Way on a Free Hit On a free hit the No. 3 Red hits or hits at the ball at X. The Right of Way following the hit is determined as follows: 1. If the ball is hit from X to X’, the next play is a goal defense by No. 3 White who may change the Line of the Ball by striking or by a rebound off the pony. No. 3 Red has a Right of Way from X to X’ but may not again strike the ball until a play is made by No. 3 White. Future play is determined by the Line established by No. 3 White. 2. If the ball is hit from X to Y by No. 3 Red, No. 3 Red has a Right of Way on the offside to Y, but may not again play the ball until it rebounds from the wall at Y toward Z. At the instant of the rebound, the Line changes and No. 3 Red may lose the Right of Way to No. 3 White who can now follow the ball away from the wall on the offside. Nos. 1 Red and 1 White may have anticipated the Line change off the wall and be traveling on the new Line thereby assuming the Right of Way. 3. If the ball is hit from X to Y’ No. 3 Red has a Right of Way, but may not play the ball until the ball rebounds at Y’. Any goal defense by No. 3 White at Y must be made so that not the slightest risk to No. 3 Red is involved. Following the rebound from Y’ to Z’, both Nos. 3 Red and White must be careful they position themselves so as not to be in a fouling situation should Nos. 2 Red and White be advancing from Z’ to Y’. Example II

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I. DEFINITIONS • USPA Events: All USPA National, Circuit, Sanctioned, and I/I tournaments or matches. • Club events: Club level tournaments, leagues or matches that are not USPA National, Circuit or Sanctioned. Host Tournament Committee may make variance to the rules in club events providing it is in the best interest of the sport and the club. • Tournament: Match or series of matches played until a winner is determined. • Match: A single game played until a winner is determined. • Subsidiary/ Consolation Tournament: May be a separate bracket of play for losers of the initial round in a tournament; or it may be considered a new event if a separate draw between teams eligible is held. • USPA Supported Activities: Clinics, meetings, forums, club leagues and matches. II. USPA EVENTS - 2016 A. National Outdoor Events 20-26* U.S. Open Polo Championship® International Polo Club Palm Beach 20-26 C.V. Whitney Cup International Polo Club Palm Beach 20-26 USPA Gold Cup® International Polo Club Palm Beach 20 Butler Handicap Greenwich Polo Club 16-20 National Twenty Goal Grand Champions Polo Club 16-20 America Cup Santa Barbara Polo Club 16-20 Monty Waterbury Greenwich Polo Club 16-20 North American Cup Grand Champions Polo Club 16-20 Silver Cup Santa Barbara Polo Club 12-16 Northrup Knox Cup New Bridge Polo Club 12-16 Continental Cup New Bridge Polo Club 12-16 Eastern Challenge Grand Champions Polo Club 12-16 Heritage Cup Santa Barbara Polo Club 12-16 Western Challenge Houston Polo Club 10-14 Regional Classic-Southeastern 10-14 Regional Classic-Southwestern Houston Polo Club 10-14 Regional Classic-Western 12 H. Ben Taub Memorial Tournament Houston Polo Club 8-12 Bronze Trophy New Bridge Polo Club 8-12 Chairman’s Cup Myopia Polo Club 8-12 National Copper Cup Aiken Polo Club 8-12 National Inter-Circuit Championship Sarasota Polo Club 8-12 Rossmore Cup San Diego Polo Club 8 National Eight Goal Houston Polo Club 4-8 Association Cup Palm City Polo Club 4-8 Delegate’s Cup Houston Polo Club 4-8 National President’s Cup Grand Champions Polo Club 4-8 Regional President’s Cup Houston, New Bridge, Santa Barbara, Tinicum Park, The Villages 0-4 National Amateur Cup Palm City Polo Club * U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship® Houston Polo Club * U.S. Open Women’s Handicap Houston Polo Club * National Youth Tournament Series TBD 122


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 B. Circuit Outdoor Events (As awarded by Circuit Governors) 8-12 Intra-Circuit Cup Congressional Cup * Amateur Cup Sportsmanship Cup * Centennial Cup Masters Cup * Governor’s Cup Constitution Cup 4-8 Officers Cup 0-4 Players Cup * Specific Conditions Apply - Refer to Section II C. Special Circuit Events (As awarded by Circuit Governors) *USPA/PTF Seniors Tournament *National Youth Tournament Series *Museum of Polo Hall of Fame Challenge Cup *Women’s Challenge *4-6 Outdoor- General S. Brown *0-4 Outdoor- General George S. Patton, Jr. *3-6 Arena- General Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller *0-3 Arena- Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Arena Women’s Challenge *Arena Museum of Polo Hall of Fame Challenge Cup Arena Masters Cup D. National Arena Events 12 & over U.S. Open Arena Polo Championship C o u n t r y F a r m s P o l o C l u b 12 & over United States Arena Handicap Country Farms Polo Club 9-12 National Arena Chairman’s Cup 6- 9 National Arena Delegate’s Cup Las Canchas Polo Club 3- 6 National Sherman Memorial Country Farms Polo Club 0- 3 National Arena Amateur Cup Orange County Polo Club E. Intercollegiate Events Men’s National Intercollegiate Championship Women’s National Intercollegiate Championship Central Regional Intercollegiate Championship Central Regional Intercollegiate Preliminary Northeastern Regional Intercollegiate Championship Northeastern Regional Intercollegiate Preliminaries Southeastern Regional Intercollegiate Championship Southeastern Regional Intercollegiate Preliminaries Western Regional Intercollegiate Championship Western Regional Intercollegiate Preliminaries F. Interscholastic Events Open National Interscholastic Championship Girls National Interscholastic Championship Central Regional Interscholastic Championship (Girls and Open) Central Regional Interscholastic Preliminary (Girls and Open) Northeastern Regional Interscholastic Championship (Girls and Open) Northeastern Regional Interscholastic Preliminaries (Girls and Open) Southeastern Regional Interscholastic Championship (Girls and Open) Southeastern Interscholastic Preliminaries (Girls and Open) Western Regional Interscholastic Championship (Girls and Open) 123


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Western Regional Interscholastic Preliminary (Girls and Open) National I/I Alumni Tournament G. Middle School Events Northeastern Region I, II Southeastern Region I, II, III Central Region I Western Region I, II, III H. Circuit Arena Events (As awarded by Circuit Governors) 12 & over Circuit Arena Championship 9-12 Circuit Arena Chairman’s Cup 6- 9 Circuit Arena Delegate’s Cup 3- 6 Circuit Sherman Memorial 0- 3 Circuit Arena Amateur Cup Circuit Arena Congressional Cup Circuit Arena Sportsmanship Cup Circuit Arena Constitution Cup * Specific Conditions apply - Refer to Section II I. USPA Sanctioned Events 22-26 Hall of Fame Cup 16-20 East Coast Open 16-20 Herbie Pennell Cup 16-20 Iglehart Cup 16-20 Joe Barry Memorial 16-20 Ylvisaker Cup 16-20 El Encanto Polo Classic 14-20 Pacific Coast Open 18 Liberty Cup 16-18 Kay Collee Memorial 16 Joanne Schwetz Memorial 14-16 Spring Challenge 12-16 US Trust Cup 12-16 World Snow Polo Championship 10-14 Fall Plates 10-14 Fall Classic 10-14 Sun Cup 12 Keleen & Carlton Beal Cup 12 James Colt Classic 12 Lisie Nixon Memorial 12 Molina Cup 12 Polo Under the Palms 12 Pope Challenge 12 Seiber Memorial 10-12 Carlton & Keleen Beal Cup 10-12 Pete Bostwick Memorial 10-12 Tommy Hitchcock Memorial 10 Spreckles Cup 9-12 Joe Rizzo Memorial 8-12 Barrantes Cup 124

International Polo Club Palm Beach Greenwich Polo Club International Polo Club Palm Beach International Polo Club Palm Beach International Polo Club Palm Beach International Polo Club Palm Beach Santa Barbara Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club International Polo Club Palm Beach Grand Champions Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Aspen Valley Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Houston Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club Azteca Polo Club Sarasota Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club Grand Champions Polo Club Eldorado Polo Club New Bridge Polo Club New Bridge Polo Club San Diego Polo Club Country Farms Polo Club Saratoga Polo Club


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Robert Uihlein, Jr. Memorial Sarasota Polo Club Wayne Brown Tournament Sarasota Polo Club Arranmore Polo Classic Arranmore Polo Club Champions Cup Empire Polo Club Fred Peterson Memorial Maryland Polo Club Eddie Moore Memorial Mashomack Polo Club Smoak Family Cup Aiken Polo Club Whitney Cup Saratoga Polo Club Wickenden Cup Santa Barbara Polo Club Cyril Harrison Cup Myopia Polo Club Gerald Balding Brandywine Polo Club Green Cup Capitol Polo Club Patriot Cup Prestonwood Polo Club Polo Pony Memorial Brandywine Polo Club Forbes Cup Myopia Polo Club Tracey MacTaggart Challenge Mashomack Polo Club Challenge Cup Brandywine Polo Club Lions Cup Empire Polo Club Ylvisaker Saratoga Polo Club Ringling Cup Sarasota Polo Club Dogwood Cup Aiken Polo Club International Gay Polo Tournament GPL Polo Club Galindo Cup Midland Polo Club Arby Dobb Cup Tinicum Park Polo Club Max Berger Tinicum Park Polo Club Teddy Roosevelt Texas Military Polo Club Orlando Garrido Azteca Polo Club Rusher Cup Azteca Polo Club WCT Qualifiers Brandywine, Capitol, Eldorado, Port Mayaca, Santa Barbara, Sarasota, Saratoga, Villages, Virginia International * Women’s Championship Tournament Grand Champions Polo Club * WCT Arena Qualifiers NWA Polo Club, IS Girls Regionals (NE, SE, C, W) IC Women’s Regionals (NE, SE, C, W) * Women’s Championship Tournament Arena * The WCT event goal level varies at each club. III. SPECIFIC TOURNAMENT CONDITIONS A. U.S. Open Polo Championship® This event will be played without handicap. All teams to assume the maximum handicap level. B. National President’s Cup Any USPA member polo club may qualify to become a Regional Host Center for the preliminary rounds of the playoffs by having a minimum of four teams. Winning teams from the Regional Host Centers will agree to travel to compete in the quarterfinal, semifinal and final rounds of the event. (1) The National President’s Cup will be played in conjunction with the U.S. Open Polo Championship. (2) All games will be played in accordance with USPA Rules and Tournament Conditions and the event will be played under the Single Elimination System. 125


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C. Circuit Tournaments All Circuit current tournaments will be played at the handicap level so designated, at any USPA Member Club under conditions to be specified by the Circuit Governor. D. Governor’s Cup To be played in each Circuit, either four or six periods, under conditions to be specified by the Circuit Governor, but not to exceed six goals. The Governor is encouraged to specify conditions which will maximize participation in the event. E. Amateur Cup To be played in each circuit at team handicap levels to be determined by the Circuit Governor. Outdoor: No player with an individual handicap of more than two goals is eligible to play. Arena: In no case may the handicap of any individual player exceed the upper handicap limit of the event. F. Armed Forces Circuit Events (General George S. Brown, General George S. Patton, Jr., General Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz) (1) Required to have at least one military member on each team (active duty, retired, honorable discharge, family member of military member, or spouse) (2) If all players meet the required military member tournament condition, those that have actually served have priorty over spouse or family member. G. Centennial Cup To be played for at any USPA member club so requesting at a handicap level and under conditions established by the club with the approval of the Circuit Governor. To be awarded only to clubs who have not been awarded a Circuit or National Event. H. Women’s Tournaments (National, Circuit and Sanctioned) Handicap level to be specified by each prospective Host Club as part of its respective bid application. All Outdoor Women’s Tournaments to be played using the Women’s Handicap. I. USPA/PTF Senior Tournament To be played for at any USPA Member Club so requesting at a handicap level and under conditions established by the Club with the approval of the Circuit Governor.The fol126


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 lowing rules shall apply: (1) Each player shall be a USPA member who reached his/her 50th birthday prior to the event. The aggregate age of each team must be a minimum of 220 years. (2) Entry requirement of $150 per player, payable to the Polo Training Foundation. (3) Players must enter as an individual and the Host Tournament Committee shall form the teams to assure even competition. J. National Youth Tournament Series (see page 151) K. Museum of Polo Hall of Fame Challenge Cup To be played for at any USPA Member Club, so requesting at a handicap level and under conditions established by the Club with the approval of the Circuit Governor (and Tournament Committee for events at 12 goals and above). The fee is $125.00 per participant made payable to the Museum of Polo.

IV. AWARDING OF USPA EVENTS A. National Outdoor and Arena Events (1) USPA National Events will be awarded to Host Clubs by the Board of Governors upon the recommendation of the Tournament Committee. Clubs wishing to bid for such tournaments must request, from the USPA office, a tournament bid application. The completed bid application must set forth the nature and maximum amount of any and all entry, grounds, and other event fees which the Host Club will charge for participation in the USPA National Event. The bid application must be filed with the USPA office no later than 15 days prior to the meeting of the Board of Governors at which the bid application is to be considered. (2) All National Events will be awarded at the Spring meeting of the USPA in the year prior to that in which the event is played. (3) When a National Event is played at a USPA Affiliate Member Club, the Registered Player Member required under Outdoor Rule 1. F. may be replaced by an Affiliate Player Member who is a citizen of the host country. When an Affiliate Member Club hosts a qualifying match, and a team qualifies under this section, with an Affiliate Member citizen of the host country replacing a Registered Player Member, the team shall be able to compete in all future matches of the event, even when played at other Active Member or Affiliate Member Clubs. B. Circuit Outdoor and Arena Events (1) USPA Circuit Events will be awarded to Host Clubs within each Circuit by their respective Circuit Governors. Each Circuit Governor shall submit a list of tournaments awarded to the USPA Tournament Committee Chairman prior to the Spring meeting of the USPA Board in the year in which the event will be played. In the event a Circuit Governor feels that additional participation can be achieved by awarding more than one division of a USPA Circuit Event, the Governor shall request authority to award such additional events from the USPA Tournament Committee. USPA Special Circuit Events may be awarded by the Circuit Governor to multiple clubs within their respective circuit. (2) When a Circuit Event is played at a USPA Affiliate Member Club, the Registered Player Member required under Outdoor Rule 1. F. may be replaced by an Affiliate Player Member who is a citizen of the host country. When an Affiliate Member Club hosts a qualifying match, and a team qualifies under this section, with an Affiliate Member citizen of the host country replacing a Registered Player Member, the team shall be able to compete in all future matches of the event, even when played at other Active Member or Affiliate Member Clubs. 127


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C. USPA Sanctioned Events In addition to the National Outdoor and Arena Events, the Board of Governors may also sanction certain events. Such USPA Sanctioned Events may, upon the request of the Host Club, be held in an invitational format in which entry is permitted solely by invitation from the Host Club. Clubs wishing to host sanctioned events above the 12 goal handicap level should request sanctioning, in writing, from the USPA Tournament Committee at its Spring meeting in the year prior to that in which the event will be played. Clubs wishing to request sanctioning for events at the 12 goal handicap level and below should request sanctioning from their respective Circuit Governors prior to the Spring meeting of the USPA Board in the year in which the event will be played. D. No event using the terminology “open” shall have an upper limit of less than 20 goals in outdoor or 12 goals in the arena. (For Outdoor Women’s Events, the handicap level will be based on the Women’s Event Handicap.) E. Insurance Requirements Effective January 1994, USPA clubs wishing to host National, Circuit, and Sanctioned USPA events, must produce a current certificate of insurance including participants liability of a minimum coverage of $1,000,000.00 at the time they apply for the event. V. TOURNAMENT FEES AND CHARGES A. Contract Fees Host Clubs of USPA National Outdoor and Arena Events shall pay the USPA a Contract Fee based on the tournament’s upper handicap level falling in the category as per the following schedule:

GOAL LEVEL Handicap limit over 24 17 to 24 goals 13 to 16 goals 9 to 12 goals 5 to 8 goals 0 to 4 goals Women’s Events

OUTDOOR $5,000.00 $1,500.00 $1,000.00 $750.00 $500.00 $300.00 $100.00

ARENA $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $400.00 $300.00 $200.00 $100.00

50% of the Contract Fee is due within 30 days of the awarding of the tournament. The balance of the fee is due no later than 30 days prior to the first game of the event. No refund of tournament fees will be made after a tournament has been awarded to a club. Tournaments are normally awarded annually for the following year. Clubs wishing to request a tournament award for two or three years into the future may do so, subject to a Contract Fee surcharge of 33% for the second year, 50% for the third year, or as otherwise set by the Board of Governors. A club may annually request a renewal of the second or third year award, subject to the surcharge. An award of more than three years may not be made without the specific approval of the Board of Governors. B. Sanction Fees Host Clubs of USPA Sanctioned Events shall pay the USPA a Sanction Fee based on the tournaments upper handicap level falling in the category as per the following schedule: 128


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GOAL LEVEL Over 16 goals 13-16 goals 9-12 goals 7-8 goals 0-6 goals Women’s Events

OUTDOOR $1,275.00 $500.00 $375.00 $250.00 $125.00 $100.00

ARENA $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00

(1) The Fee for Sanctioned Events is to be paid yearly with the submittal of the sanction request. (2) An event will automatically continue to be a sanctioned event yearly unless notification from the Club is received or unless the sanctioning fee is not paid within 30 days of the invoice date. C. Host Club Fees The fees charged by the Host Club for participation in a USPA National Event, shall not exceed the amounts approved by the Board of Governors. No additional fees or charges shall be imposed upon participants. Fees shall not be structured in a manner which causes the cost of participation by individuals who are not members of the Host Club to exceed the cost of participation by Host Club members. Failure to comply with this condition may result in the Tournament being withdrawn. D. Late Fees All applications for National, Circuit, or Sanctioned Events above the 12 goal level that are received after the Spring Tournament Committee meeting may be assessed an administrative fee of $100 per application to cover the costs of the approval process. E. Title Sponsorship Fees USPA reserves the right to sell the Title sponsorship of any USPA National or Circuit Event. With the prior approval of the USPA, the Host Club shall be permitted to acquire a “Title” sponsor, i.e. “Sponsor Name” USPA Gold Cup, for any USPA National or Circuit Event. The Host Club will be responsible to pay the USPA an amount equal to 20% of the total “Title” sponsorship revenue received by the Host Club. VI. ENTRIES, DRAWS, AND SCHEDULING A. Entries (1) At least thirty days prior to the draw date, the Host Club shall submit a letter of invitation to prospective entries with relevant tournament information: entry closing date, draw date, applicable fees, charges, stabling arrangements, etc. (2) Entries may be limited due to the Host Club facilities, but any such limitation must be on an equitable basis for all prospective entrants. The most acceptable means of limitation is by chronological order of receipt of written entry form and applicable fee. Entries in excess of the limit shall be put on a priority wait-list and admitted if conditions permit. In no way may the limit on entries be discriminatory toward any potential entrant. B. Draws (1) All draws shall be open to a representative of each team entered. All fees must be paid for a team to be eligible for the draw. A team which withdraws from the event after the draw shall forfeit all fees even though replaced by a team from the priority wait-list. (2) It is recommended that all Events will be drawn according to either: 129


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b. American System The American System of tournament play involves dividing all competing teams, by lot, into one or more divisions with each division having a minimum of two teams, and not more than one team less than any other division. Seeding the division is permissible for the purpose of equalizing handicaps among the divisions. In a series of two or more consecutive tournaments the Host Tournament Committee may seed the finalists and/or semi-finalists into the next tournament draw, to accommodate scheduling conflicts or inclement weather. Each team in a division shall play a complete game against each other team in the division. The teams shall then be ranked according to their records, and the team, or teams, with the best records in each division shall advance to a single elimination round to determine the winner of the event; any byes shall go to the higher ranking teams. Throughout the division play, no team should at any time have played more than one game less than any other team in that division. c. Round Robins Round Robins are not desirable as a tournament format. However, if an event has only three teams entered and time constraint, weather, or other adverse conditions prevent an alternate format, the Round Robin may be used as a single event to be played in one day. (1) A Round Robin shall consist of three games of two or more periods, each game to end after the last period, even if there is a tie. (2) Each team shall play in two games, playing each other team one game. The two teams to play in the first game shall be decided by lot. The second game shall be between the loser of the first game and the team idled in the first game. Should the first game result in a tie, the team to play the team idled in the first game shall be decided by lot. The third game shall be between the team idled in the first game and the team idled in the second game. 130


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 (3) The winner of the event shall be the team with the best won-lost record. A tie between two teams in any one game shall be counted as a win for each. In the event of a won/lost tie, between two or more teams, the tie breaker shall be: first, net goals in both games played and second, gross goals in both games played. Alternatively, a shoot-out may be scheduled between the tied teams. d. Cross Division/ Cross Bracket Options Teams shall be allotted to divisions as in American System play. Each team in a division shall then play a complete game against each team in another division. The teams in both divisions shall be ranked together according to their won/lost record.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® f. Order of Finish The teams in a division, combination of divisions, or round robin, shall be ranked, from top to bottom, according to their won/lost record of play. Whenever a tie exists the following tests will be applied in order, unless the host club tournament committee opted at the time of the draw to use the shootout tournament tiebreaker. Each time a tie is broken, the now untied teams shall be ranked and the procedure applied anew to any remaining tied teams. (1) In a tie, in which all the tied teams played each other: (a) A tie between two or more teams with equal won/lost records in the division shall be decided by the won/lost records of the tied teams in games against each other. (b) If a tie remains, the tie-breaker shall be each team’s net goals (the sum of the team’s winning margins less losing margins) in games against the remaining tied teams. (c) If a tie remains, the tie-breaker shall be gross goals (the sum of all goals credited to the team including goals by handicap and Penalty No. 1) in games among the remaining tied teams. (d) If a tie remains, the Committee shall determine the ranking by: 1) a play-off game, 2) coin toss, or 3) other equitable test as determined by the Committee. (2) In a tie, in which all the tied teams did not play each other: (a) A tie between two or more teams with equal won/lost records shall be decided by each team’s net goals in all games played. (b) If a tie remains, the tie-breaker shall be each team’s gross goals in all games played. (c) If a tie remains, the Committee shall determine the ranking by: 1) a play-off gam 2) coin toss, or 3) other equitable test as determined by the Committee. g. Shootout Tournament Tiebreaker In the event of a three way tie or more on win-loss record after bracket play, or a two way tie or more between teams not having played each other on record after cross bracket play the “Penalty Shootout” system may be used to determine who advances in the tournament. (1) The shootout, if necessary, will take at a time and location determined by the Host Tournament Committee. (2) Prior to the draw, the Host Tournament Committee will determine how many players from each team will participate in the penalty shootout. (3) General conditions will follow the procedures are outlined below: (a) The Penalty Shootout will be supervised by two professional umpires and one experienced adult goal Judge. Each team is required to provide an umpire pony unless notified otherwise. (b) Players eligible to take part shall be restricted to those who werelisted on the team entry form for the tournament or those who played the whole of the last qualifying match. There shall be no other change of players or substitution. Only eligible players from each team may take the penalties. (c) Teams will draw from cards marked 1, 2, 3 etc. for the order of taking penalties. (d) Players will be kept to one side in team groups and called forward individually to take the penalty. The player has only one hit at the ball and the hit may not be defended. (e) The player will be asked if he is ready and if so the Umpire will drop the ball close to the penalty spot. The player will then have 15 seconds to place the ball; teeing up is not allowed. 132


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 (f) Once the player has placed the ball, the umpire will ask him if he is content and if he is, the umpire will then call ‘play’. If the player has still not placed the ball after 10 seconds, the umpire will give a 5 second warning and will then call ‘play’ at 15 seconds. Once the umpire has called ‘play’ any contact with the ball will count as the one hit. (g) Teams will take 40 yard penalties as individual team members in the order of cards marked ie; a member of team 1 will be followed by a member of team 2, who will be followed by a member of team 3, etc. until all teams have completed their 40 yard penalties. Each penalty shall be taken by a different member of the team. (h) The same process will be used for the taking of the 60 yard penalties. (i) The team or teams (depending on the number of teams required) with the least number of goals will not qualify and if teams are level after the 6 penalties, players from each team shall continue in the same order to take one penalty each from the 60 yard line until one has less goals than the other having taken the same number of penalties. In all other aspects USPA Rules apply. Officials, teams and ponies must be turned out as if for a match. h. Combination Events - Flat/Handicap The teams shall be ranked in their divisions as described above, first, by scoing all games on the flat and second, by scoring all games on the handicap. All teams in the division shall be included in both rankings. The “Open” winner, or winners, shall be selected from the rankings and those teams assigned to the “Open” playoffs. The “Open” winners shall then be removed from the “Handicap” rankings. The “Handicap” winner, or winners, shall be the highest ranked teams remaining after the “Open” winner(s) have been removed. The team which qualifies for the “Open” playoffs, in a combination event, must play in the “Open” and may not elect to remain in the “Handicap” rankings. i. Forfeiture and Withdrawal Forfeiture is a game declared a loss by the Umpires or Tournament Committee as a result of a rules violation. In the event a team is required forfeit a game or games as a result of Penalty 9, or a decision of the Committee, each game forfeited shall be considered a loss by the forfeited team and a win by the opponent. The forfeited team shall earn no positive net or gross goals and will be charged with any negative net or gross goals earned in the forfeited game(s). The opponent shall be allowed all gross goals and positive net goals scored in the forfeited game(s). A withdrawal is the voluntary decision by a team not to continue in the event. If a team withdraws from a scheduled game, it shall be disqualified from the tournament and the results of all games played by that team shall not be counted as to wins, losses, net or gross goals for the opponents. A team wishing to withdraw for cause - horse sickness, etc., - must satisfy the Committee that the withdrawal is justified. If a team does not appear for a scheduled game or quits during a game without the permission of the Committee, the team may be charged with a conduct violation under the By-Laws of the Association.

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C. Scheduling All games of an event will be scheduled by the Host Tournament Committee. Due consideration may be given to travel distance, conflicting schedules of participants and other factors; however, no team shall intentionally be favored or disadvantaged as a result of the schedule. The Host Tournament Committee may schedule certain games or divisions at other than the Host Club. However, the Host Tournament Committee is responsible for the scheduling and conduct of all games regardless of location. The USPA will allow utilization of fields approve or authorize by the Host Club Tournament Committee. VII. HOST CLUB TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES A. The Host Club is responsible for the collection and remittance of all USPA entry fees, contract fees, club dues, player dues, Host Club entry fees, and any other charges related to the event. B. The Host Club shall communicate the details of the event in such a way as to encourage maximum participation. C. The Host Club shall receive entry forms from all teams participating in the event on forms supplied by the USPA, and shall receive waiver, indemnity, assignment and hold harmless agreements from all individuals participating in the event on forms supplied by the USPA. The Host Club agrees to indemnify, defend and hold USPA harmless against and from any and all suits, claims, demands, damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses (including reasonable counsel fees) arising out of USPA’s use of photographic, broadcasting, taping, filming, television or similar rights, of any kind, of teams or individuals participating in the event who have not signed the prescribed USPA forms. D. The Host Club shall appoint a Host Tournament Committee which shall be responsible for conducting an event or series of events. As a condition for awarding or sanctioning an event, the Board of Governors may reserve unto itself the right to designate and/or approve appointments to the Host Club Tournament Committee. The responsibility of the Host Club Tournament Committee starts at the time of the draw and ends at the conclusion of the final game. In the case of multiple events, this authority begins with the draw for the first event and ends with the final whistle of the last event. E. The Tournament Committee shall select officials, including umpires, timer, scorer, and goal judges, for all matches. When possible, Umpires shall conform to the following standards: Upper handicap limit of 20 goals and over AA Certified Umpire Upper handicap limit of below 20 goals AA-A Certified Umpire Upper handicap limit of 16 goals and below AA-A-BB Certified Umpire Upper handicap limit of 12 goals and below AA-A-BB-B Certified Umpire Upper handicap limit of 8 goals and below AA-A-BB-B-C-CC Certified Umpire Upper handicap limit of 4 goals and below AA-A-BB-B--CC-C-CT Certified Umpire USPA Certified Umpires, if available, should be used. As a condition for awarding the USPA National Event to the Host Club, the Board of Governors may reserve unto itself the right to designate and/or approve the umpires to be employed for the event. The USPA may also require that the Host Club enter into a contract with the USPA for the provision for umpires. 134


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As a condition to awarding National, Circuit, or Sanctioned tournaments with an upper handicap limit of 20 goal and above, the Host Club will be required to contract with the USPA for at least two professional USPA certified umpires. In addition, horse emergency equipment (i.e. designated horse ambulance, screen, leg splint) must also be at field side during all tournament games. F. The Host Club Tournament Committee shall apply and enforce USPA Rules and Policies throughout the event and shall, where necessary, make decisions regarding the interpretation of such Rules and Policies. The decision of the Committee is final, subject only to the authority of the USPA Board of Governors. In events with an upper handicap level of 20 goals or more, the Host Tournament Committee may choose the Defended or Undefended procedure for Penalty No. 3. G. The USPA owns all TV rights to USPA Tournaments. Prior to TV coverage, contact the USPA office for authorization and approval. For events to which USPA By-Law Section 5 applies, the Host Club shall obtain and grant to the USPA the right to use, and to permit others designated by the USPA to use, the name and pictures of the Host Club and all facilities and grounds used in connection with or related to the event, and the likenesses or pictures of all personnel, participants, spectators and any other related subjects at the event, in television and radio broadcasts, motion pictures, and similar media, and in advertising, publicizing and promoting the events. VIII. INSTANT REPLAY Instant Replay may be used with a fourth official (Instant Replay Official), who watches one or more monitors of live video of the game in a different location from the Referee. Should the Umpires make a final decision either on their own, or after consulting the Referee, a team not in agreement with the Umpires’ decision may challenge the decision (exercising their challenge). The Instant Replay Official will then view the Instant Replay video of the call in question to determine if the call of the other three officials is correct, or he/she may overturn the final decision of the other three officials. In order for the Instant Replay Official to overturn the original decision, the video replay must provide the Instant Replay Official with indisputable evidence that the original decision was incorrect. Each team will have one initial challenge per half and one initial challenge in overtime. If the challenging team wins the challenge, it will maintain its challenge. Upon exercising a challenge, should the Umpires’ final decision stand after a replay review by the Instant Replay Official, the challenging team will lose the challenges for the half of the match or the overtime, whichever portion of the match is currently being played. This process will be repeated until the challenging team loses a challenge. Regardless of whether or not a team chooses to exercise its challenge, and/or maintains its challenge in the first half, it will be entitled to only one initial challenge in the second half and again in overtime, subject to the same conditions described above. Once a call is announced by the Umpire(s), teams will have 15 seconds to announce a Challenge (Challenge Period) to the Umpire(s). Any Challenge announced after the Challenge Period will not be recognized. Any on-field, game-related decision may be challenged, including placement of the ball after the umpires have announced a foul. In addition to challenges by team members, the umpires may request a review for the following incidents only: a) To determine whether a goal was scored 135


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b) To determine whether a safety occurred c) If a mount goes down/ Collision behind the play d) To determine whether unsportsmanlike behavior occurred. Minimum Requirements: 1. The Instant Replay Official must be a USPA Certified Umpire with a certification of no less than one level below the required certification of the handicap level of the USPA match being held. 2. Three video cameras; 1 camera positioned to the side of the field opposite the sun and at least 30 feet back from the side line at the center point of the field and at least 20’ high, 1 camera positioned in each end zone of the field either to one side of the goal, at least 40 yards from the end line of the field or directly behind the goal each at least 50 yards from the end line of the field, each to be at least 20’ high. Note, an optional 4th camera mounted on a drone may be allowed subject to guide-lines and approval set forth, prior to the game, by the Executive Director or Head Umpire of the USPA Umpires, LLC. 3. Three separate camera operators. 4. Three TV Monitors. 5. Qualified technician to operate and monitor all video equipment and take direction from the IRO. 6. Trailer or tent location for IRO to view monitors and communicate with IT/Tec, apart from the location of the referee. 7. DVR capable of tagging plays and quickly returning to the previous plays. 8. DVR capable of returning to previous chukkers. 9. The following list for tagging plays on video: Tagging Codes:

1: “ROW”

2: Gap

3: Turning

4: Quick Line Change

5: Missed Call

6: Meeting the Ball

7: 1 Meeting 2

8: Near side

9: Dangerous Riding

10: Dangerous use of Mallet

11: Cross hook/ high hook

12: Delay of Game

13: Ball Placement

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10. One camera to show scoreboard after every goal is scored.

11. Radio communication between umpires and referee.

12. Radio communication between referee and IRO.

IX. HIGH GOAL OVERTIME OPTION Overtime Option for 20 Goal (outdoor) and above: should the score be tied at the end of the last regular period, the game shall be resumed with overtime periods. A horn will be sounded at 3.5 minutes in the first overtime period. If the game is not tied the game will end as described in Rule 18. Should the score remain tied after the horn, play will continue under the same conditions with intervals between periods as provided in Rule 16 until one side obtains a goal which shall determine the game. X. 2016 INTERNATIONAL RULES (Separate Book) May be used for any tournament with an upper handicap of 20 Goal (outdoor)or higher.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EQUINE DRUGS & MEDICATIONS RULES 1. PERMITTED DRUGS The following classes of drugs are allowed to be administered to polo horses without penalty.

1. Antibiotics with the exception of penicillin procaine 2. Dewormers 3. Hormonal therapies 4. Anti-Ulcer medications

The USPA neither supports nor condones excessive dosages and/or introduction of non-therapeutic levels of the Permitted Drug and/or vitamins and minerals for performance enhancing purposes. See, Rule 5.2.e below. Owners and Players are urged to consult their veterinarians for proper dosage levels consistent with these Rules. 2. RESTRICTED USE DRUGS 2.1 The drugs in the following chart are allowed at the following Allowable Blood and Urine Levels and, therefore, do not require a USPA Medication Report Form 1 (Therapeutic Drug Use Form). The Maximum Dosage and Latest Administration Hour Guidelines are for informational purposes only, but are based on scientific evidence that a sampled horse will generally fall within normal testing ranges. However, each horse is different and, therefore, Owners, Players and other parties responsible under these Rules are advised to consult with a licensed Veterinarian before using these Restricted Drugs. NOTE FURTHER that Restricted Levels in Blood indicated on the Rule 2.1 are INCLUDED in Rule 2.1 and, therefore, any horse testing in excess of those Allowable Levels will subject the responsible parties under these Rules to a charge of a Conduct Violation. 2.2 The maximum treatment time for any of the “Restricted Medications” is 5 days, with the exceptions of diclofenac and firocoxib. Diclofenac may be administered for 10 successive days and Firocoxib may be administered for 14 successive days. Caution is urged when using compounded medications with varying administration routes not specified above. Only the above administration routes with non- compounded medications have been evaluated for the dose and time recommendations. 2.3 Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (Chart on next page). 2.3.1 Horse may not be administered more than one permitted Non-Steroidal Anti- Inflammatory Drug (NSAlD) during any one 7 day time period. 2.3.2 If an additional NSAID has been administered more than 12 hours prior to competition for a therapeutic reason and, therefore, falls under the Therapeutic Drug Use provision (Rule 3), then a USPA Medication Report Form 1, indicating the use of the additional NSAID, must be filed and received by the USPA prior to the USPA Event in which the horse will next appear. Whenever administering a NSAID, any additional NSAID should not be administered during the 7 days prior to the next competition in which the horse is competing. 138


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Medication (Trade Name)

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Latest Administration Hour

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Dexmethasone

Azlum®

2.0 mg/100 lb (20mg/1000lb)

>12 hours

IV, IM

<3.0 nanograms/ml

0.5 mg.100 lb (5.0 mg/1000 lb)

>6 hours

IV

1.0 mg.100 lb (1.0 mg/1000 lb)

>6 hours

Oral

Diclofenac

Surpass ®

5 inch ribbon, ½ inch thich

>12 hours

Topical, 2 doses each 12 hours apart

<0.005 micrograms/ ml

Firocoxib

EquioXX®

0.1 mg/kg (0.0455 mg/lb) (45.5 mg/1000 lb)

>12 hours

Oral

<0.240 micrograms/ ml

Phenylbutazone (Bute)

Butazolidin®

2.0 mg/lb (2.0 g/1000 lb)

>12 hours

Oral, IV

<15.0 micrograms/ ml

1.0 mg/lb (1.0 g/1000 lb)

AM & PM Feed

Oral, 2 doses each day

Fluxin meglumine

Banamine®

0.5 mg/lb (500 mg/1000 lb)

>12 hours

Oral, IV

<1.0 micrograms/ ml

Ketoprofen

Ketofen®

1.0 mg/lb (1.0 g/1000 lb)

>4 hours but >6 hours recommended

IV

<0.250 micrograms/ ml

Meclofenamic Acid

Arquel®

0.5 mg/lb (500 mg/1000 lb)

Oral

<2.5 micrograms/ ml

Naproxen

Naprosyn®

4.0 mg/lb (4.0 g/1000 lb)

>12 hours

Oral, 2 doses each day, 12 hrs apart

<40.0 micrograms/ ml

Methocarbamol

Robaxin®

5.0 mg/lb (5.0 g/1000 lb)

>6 hours

Oral, 2 doses each day, 12 hrs apart

<4.0 micrograms/ ml

Isoxuprine

Isoxuprine

0.5 mg/lb (500 mg/1000 lb)> 4 hours

>12 hours

Oral, 2 doses each day, 12 hrs apart

Clenbuterol

Ventipulmin

0.8 mg/kg > 8 days

7 Days

Oral

3. THERAPEUTIC DRUG USE 3.1 Any drug administered at least 12 hours prior to the competition for a medically and scientifically valid therapeutic purpose must: (1) be administered by a Veterinarian licensed in the specific State within the United States wherein the USPA Event occurs; and (2) requires that a USPA Medication Report Form 1 be submitted by the owner or his or her representative to explain the presence of medications that may later appear on a Drug Test Screen. 3.2 Notwithstanding the foregoing Rule 3.1, the following drugs may be administered at the following dose and time limits, and do require that a USPA Medication Report Form 1 be submitted. Dantrolene

Dantrium®

800 mg

> 3 hours

Oral

Furosemide

Salix®

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> 3 hours

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 4. EMERGENCY TREATMENT EXCEPTION 4.1. Minor injuries occurring before a competition, such as scrapes or lacerations, may be treated by a licensed Veterinarian. An Authorization of Emergency Treatment of Lacerations Form (USPA Medication Form 2) must be filed with the USPA indicating all medications used in such treatment. 4.2 In the event emergency treatment occurs immediately before or during the horse appearing in competition, Form 2 must be submitted to the USPA, signed and dated by the Treating Veterinarian, within 24 hours of that treatment. The submission of Forms 1 or 2 is not intended to create a “free pass” to a positive test of samples taken from a horse. In assessing whether a violation of these Rules has occurred, the USPA will consider the entire factual and medical context surrounding the administration of the treatment reported in Form 1 or 2, including but not limited to the reason for the treatment and the necessity of the type and amount of drug or medication utilized. 5. PROHIBITED DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES 5.1 All other drug classes not specifically permitted herein these Rules are prohibited, including stimulants, depressants, corticosteroids (other than Restricted Use of dexamethasone), and psychotropic drugs. 5.2 For the purpose of this Rule 5, a “Prohibited Drug or Substance” is: 5.2.1. Any stimulant, depressant, tranquilizer, local anesthetic, psychotropic (mood and/or behavior altering) substance, or drug which might affect the performance of a horse (stimulants and/or depressants are defined as sub-stances which stimulate or depress the cardiovascular, respiratory or central nervous systems), or any metabolite and/or analogue of any such substance or drug, except as expressly permitted by this Rule. 5.2.2. Any corticosteroid present in the plasma of the horse other than dexamethasone. 5.2.3. Any nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug in excess of one present in the plasma or urine of the horse (with the exception of salicylic acid (Aspirin)). 5.2.4. Any substance (or metabolite and/or analogue thereof) permitted by this rule in excess of the maximum limit or other restrictions prescribed herein. 5.2.5. Withstanding any of the foregoing Rules, the following drugs and substances are specifically prohibited when introduced or applied as described: 1) Adenosine triphosphate (”ATP”) in any application and in dosage amount; 2) Selenium injections in any application and in dosage amount; 3) Magnesium sulfate given intravenously and in any dosage amount; 4) All vitamins and minerals, no matter how applied, when given in excessive dosage quantities for non-therapeutic reasons. CAUTION AGAINST THE USE OF HERBAL/NATURAL PRODUCTS Owners and Players are hereby warned that the application and use of so-called “herbal” and “natural” products in and to a horse may result in a positive drug screen test indicating the presence of Prohibited Drugs or Substances under these Rules. This testing result may in some cases be contrary to claims of safety or permitted use by those who manufacture and/or market such products. In this regard, owners should be skeptical of any claims by manufacturers or others that such products are “legal” or permissible for use at competitions recognized by the USPA or 140


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USEF. Owners, Riders, Players and others responsible under these Rules are further cautioned that the plant origin of any ingredient does not preclude its containing a pharmacologically potent and readily detectable prohibited substance, (e.g., cocaine, heroin and marijuana all are derived from plants). Further, Owners and Players are also warned that although the use of some of these products may not have resulted in positive drug tests in the past, this does not preclude their triggering a positive drug screen test in the future as the USEF Equine Drug Testing and Research Laboratory incorporates new methods into its battery of screening tests. For these reasons, the USPA warns most strongly against the use of such products. The ingredient labeling for such preparations is often not complete or accurate. Especially suspect are preparations that are claimed to “calm” or “relax” a horse, while at the same time being said to contain no prohibited substances. Such products include, but are not limited to: valerian, kava kava, passionflower, skullcap, chamomile, vervain, lemon balm, leopard’s bane, night shade, capsaicin, comfrey, devil’s claw, hops, laurel, lavender, red poppy and rawuolfia. OWNERS, RIDERS, PLAYERS, OTHERS RESPONSIBLE UNDER THESE RULES, AND THEIR VETERINARIANS, ARE THERE CAUTIONED AGAINST THE USE OF MEDICINAL PREPARATIONS, TONICS, PASTES, POWDERS, AND PRODUCTS OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING THOSE USED TOPICALLY. THE INGREDIENTS AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF WHICH ARE NOT SPECIFICALLY KNOWN, AS THEY MAY CONTAIN A PROHIBITED SUBSTANCE. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE OF THOSE CONTAINING PLANT INGREDIENTS. REGARDING APPROVED” OR “ENDORSED” PRODUCTS The USPA does not endorse or sanction herbal, natural, or medicinal products of any kind. GUIDELINES FOR THE TIME PERIOD FOR PROHIBITED DRUG DISSIPATION The following Guideline information is for horses competing in USPA Events in the United States. This information does not apply to any horse competing outside the United States or under any drug testing program using a laboratory other than the USEF Equine Drug Testing and Research Laboratory. This information is current at the time of writing; however, the USEF Laboratory does systematically refine existing drug tests to be more sensitive and develops new tests. Improved testing procedures may be implemented at any time without prior notice. The time periods indicated are intended to be only informative Guidelines for the dissipation from the horse’s system of Prohibited Drugs or Medications, but may become obsolete as new and more sensitive procedures are implemented. Owners and Players are therefore warned that reliance on these Guide-lines therefore will not serve as a defense to a violation of the USPA Drugs and Medications Rules in the event of a positive test. Although these Guidelines pro-vided apply to many horses, they cannot account for normal variation in metabolism of drugs by individual horses. Owners and Players should consult drug manufacturers and knowledgeable veterinarians for more specific advice for the administration of any drug or medication, its duration and dissipation. This Guideline information is therefore presented with the assumption that any and all drugs and medications are used for a therapeutic purpose in the diagnosis and treatment of illness or injury, and that any dose administered is a conservative and therapeutic dose consistent with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Guideline for approximate time for dissipation: Long-acting Tranquilizers and Psychotropics

Fluphenazine and reserpine

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Methylprednisolone

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* These are only Guidelines and do not address a complete list of potential prohibited drugs. THE VETERINARIAN’S RESPONSIBILITIES When dealing with illness or injury in a horse competing at a USPA Event, the Veterinarian should prescribe or administer whatever substance is indicated as medically necessary for therapeutic purposes. Whenever prescribing or administering a substance prohibited or restricted by these Rules, the Veterinarian should advise the Owner, Player and others responsible under these Rules of the possible interaction of that treatment with these USPA Drugs and Medications Rules. No Veterinarian should be party to the administration of a drug or medication to a horse or pony in excessive dosages and/or for non-therapeutic purposes of to affect the performance of the horse. The USPA considers such conduct unethical and likely to encourage further unethical conduct amongst Owners, Players and other parties responsible under these Rules. Therefore, such conduct is contrary to USPA Rules and undermines the fairness of competition at USPA Events. 6. PARTIES RESPONSIBLE UNDER THESE RULES 6.1 The Owner and Player of the horse, as well as all parties defined in Rule 6.2. and the subparts thereof are accountable for the condition of the horse and compliance with these Rules. In the absence of substantial evidence to the contrary, all of those parties are also responsible and accountable under the disciplinary and penalty provisions of the USPA Rules and or By-Laws. They are additionally responsible for guarding each horse at and sufficiently prior to a USPA Event, so as to prevent the administration by anyone of, or its exposure to, any Prohibited or Restricted Drug or Substance. The parties responsible under these Rules are presumed to be aware of all the provisions of these Rules and all other rules and regulations of the USPA and the penalty provisions of those rules and regulations. A violation of these Rules shall be considered a Conduct Violation under applicable USPA Rules and/or By-Laws. 6.2. Definitions. 6.2.1. “Owner” is responsible for a violation of these Rules in addition to any other party, and is hereby defined as any adult (or adults) who has or shares the responsibility for the care, training, custody, control, condition or performance of the horse, or has or shares the responsibility for payment thereof. This could be one person or several individuals. In the event a corporate entity is the Owner or the Owner is otherwise not responsible under these Rules, then the primary Sponsor of the team for whom the horse competed shall stand in place of the Owner as a person who may be charged with any violation of these Rules. In the event the Owner is a minor (under age 18 years at the time of alleged violation) who is also a Member of the USPA, then the parent of the child, if a Member of the USPA along with the minor, shall be responsible under these Rules. The Sponsor of the team for whom the minor’s horse competed shall also stand responsible along with the child and parent. 6.2.2. “Sponsor” is hereby defined consistent with USPA Outdoor Rule 1.f. and Interpretation1.f. 142


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and as defined in 6.2.1. 6.2.3. “Player” is defined as the person riding the horse in a USPA Event and can be one and the same person as the Owner. The Player is responsible for a violation of these Rules in addition to any other party. 6.2.4. “Substantial evidence” means affirmative evidence of such a clear and definite nature as to reasonably establish a fact. It is not the same burden of proof as that required in a court of law. 6.2.5. “USPA Event” and “USPA competition” shall mean any polo game, match, tournament or exhibition played or conducted at a USPA Member Club. 6.3. Leased or Borrowed Horses. The Owners of leased or borrowed horses are also held responsible for any violations of these Rules by the party leasing or borrowing the horses. 7. TESTING PROCEDURE AND PROTOCOL 7.1 At any given USPA Event, the USPA may designate a licensed Veterinarian who is recognized by the United States Equestrian Federation Equine Drugs and Medications Program (the “Sampling Veterinarian”) to take samples from one or more horses competing or performing at that USPA Event. 7.2. The Sampling Veterinarian shall, at any time after conclusion of the USPA Event, inform the Owner or Player that a given horse is to be subject to blood sampling. Upon such notice by the testing Veterinarian, the Owner or Player must ensure that the horse does not leave field side until the sample has been taken. 7.3. An Owner or Player or his or her designated representative must accompany the Sampling Veterinarian and observe the sample being removed from the horse. The Owner, Player or his or her designated representative shall then acknowledge in writing on the USPA Field Testing Form that the given sample was taken from the given horse. Failure or refusal by an Owner or Player to comply with this rule creates an irrefutable presumption that the sample was correctly taken from the Owner’s or Player’s horse. 7.4 Two samples shall be taken from each horse by the Sampling Veterinarian: Both shall be securely labeled with the date and location of the competition, breed, sex and approximate age of the horse, but only with a code designating the owner and horse’s name, which code shall be known only to the USEF but not to the USEF testing laboratory. 7.5. Both samples shall be immediately transferred to the USEF testing laboratory for testing consistent with these Rules. Only Sample A shall be tested initially. Sample B shall be preserved for further testing as permitted under these Rules. 8. PRESUMED VIOLATION FOR POSITIVE TEST 8.1 The presence of a positive test for a Prohibited Drug or Substance presumes violation of these Rules. 8.1.1 It shall not be a defense to a violation of these Rules nor to any Conduct Violation of USPA rules that the Veterinarian that initially administered the Prohibited Drug or Substance failed to render proper advice or provided improper advice about compliance with these Rules. 8.1.2 A presumption of a violation may be rebutted by substantial evidence that the horse sampled was not owned by, ridden or played by the Owner or Player charged with the violation or by substantial evidence that the test results are faulty, or the otherwise, the result of error. 143


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 8.1.3. The Owner, Player or other responsible party under these Rule charged with a violation of these Rules may request that Sample B be tested by the USEF Laboratory to confirm the results of the testing of Sample A. 8.1.4 Conduct Violation triggered by a violation of these Rules shall proceed under the Disciplinary provisions of USPA By-Law 11.B. which apply to violations of these Drugs and Medications Rules. The parties responsible under these Rules are cautioned that they are ultimately responsible for every substance that enters into their horseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s system. 9. USE OF GUIDELINES AND COMMENTS The USPA has provided herein certain GUIDELINES and COMMENTS with these Rules. Then GUIDELINES and COMMENTS are provided to assist the Owner, Player and other responsible parties as well as the Veterinarian with the interpretation and application of these Rules. However, these GUIDELINES and COMMENTS are neither intended to nor should be construed as rules by themselves nor as defenses to any finding of a violation of these Rules. For further information regarding these Rules, please contact the USPA by phone: 800-232-8772, or by email: equinewelfare@uspolo.org.

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FEDERATION OF INTERNATIONAL POLO “Federacion Internacional de Polo” FIP - What is FIP? FIP is a third tier non-profit civil association formed by member country national polo associations which in turn represent the individual polo clubs. Its purpose is “to promote polo as a sport throughout the world; to channel the international games of polo as well as international activities; provide International Rules of the game of polo (as established by the Asociacion Argentina de Polo, the Hurlingham Polo Association and the United States Polo Association); coordinate the criteria of its members; establish an international list of handicaps applicable to its tournaments; present educational regional courses for its members; and promote the improvement and visibility of the sport of polo internationally.” The Federation represents more than 85 countries that play polo throughout the world which include over 20,000 players internationally. The current FIP President’s office is located in London, England. E-mail: president@fippolo.com and FIP’s CEO and Administrative offices are in Buenos Aires, Argentina. E-mail: office@fippolo.com. FIP website: www.fippolo.com

COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS President: Nicholas J.A. Colquhoun-Denvers Esq., England CEO: Alejandro Taylor, Argentina Vice-Presidents: Francisco Dorignac, Argentina Joseph Meyer, USA Stephen Hutchinson, England

Founding President: Marcos Uranga, Argentina Past Presidents: Glen A. Holden Sr., USA Patrick Guerrand-Hermes, France James Ashton, Australia Eduardo Huergo, Argentina Dr. Richard T. Caleel, USA

Treasurer: Alberto Marina, Argentina

COUNCIL MEMBERS

Patrick Nesbitt, USA Bruce Colley, USA Roderick Vere Nicoll, England Lord Charles Beresford, England Francisco Lavalle-Cobo, Argentina Adrian Laplacette, Argentina

Karim Loza, Egypt Don Pennycook, Canada Peter Prendiville, Australia Phillipe Perrier, France Emmanuel Seidner, Guatemala Lionel Soffia, Chile

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Piero Diller, Switzerland Stephen Hutchinson, England Joseph Meyer, USA

François Berger, Guatemala Alberto Marina, Argentina

ZONE COORDINATORS Zone A: Steve Orthwein, USA Zone B: Lionel Soffia, Chile Zone C: Piero Dillier, Switzerland Zone D: Peter Prendiville, Australia Zone E: Clive Peddle, South Africa

Argentina Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile China Costa Rica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt England Finland France Germany Guatemala

MEMBER COUNTRIES Hungary India Indonesia Iran Ireland Italy Jamaica Japan Kazakhastan Liechtenstein Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Monaco Mongolia Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria

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USPA GLOBAL LICENSING, INC. As the global licensing arm of the United States Polo Association (USPA), the for-profit corporation USPA Global Licensing Inc. (USPAGL) is the steward of the USPA’s intellectual properties and trademarks, providing the sport with a long-term source of revenue via the development and execution of globally integrated licensing agreements. USPAGL leverages the USPA official brand’s authentic connection to the sport of polo, with the dual goal of converting millions of U.S. Polo Assn. retail customers into loyal polo fans and activating those same consumers to increase demand and purchase intent for U.S. Polo Assn.’s diverse collection on a global level. U.S. Polo Assn. is a global brand, sold in 135 countries at over 800 mono-brand and department stores, as well as online, generating annual sales of over $1.4 billion. Product includes men’s, women’s and kids’ clothing, accessories (such as watches, shoes, purses, belts), eyewear, luggage and home textiles. Royalties generated from retail sales are paid to the USPA, funding programs to grow and maintain the sport: standardizing rules; sanctioning tournaments; club, player and umpire development; youth opportunities; and equine welfare.

OFFICERS Chairman: Gerry Aschinger President/CEO: W. David Cummings Secretary/Treasurer: Robert W. Donahey DIRECTORS Thomas J. Biddle, Sr. George Dill Jack L. Shelton Charles E. Weaver Edward R. Campbell, III (ex officio, USPA President) Duncan Huyler (ex officio, USPA CEO) USPA Global Licensing, Inc. 1400 Centrepark Blvd., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 790-8040 ● Fax: (561) 697-2222 E-mail: info@uspaproperties.com www.uspoloassnglobal.com www.uspoloassn.com

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POLO TRAINING FOUNDATION Mission Statement

The Polo Training Foundation’s purpose is to establish and administer a series of funds, including memorial, advisory, international, endowment, Intercollegiate/Interscholastic and others. These funds are dedicated to support polo in collegiate or scholastic sports curriculums, promote international goodwill through polo competition and, above all, encourage development and sportsmanship through teaching young people the principles of the game of polo. Since 1967, the Polo Training Foundation has been committed to excellence in the great sport of polo. PTF supports polo training at all age and ability levels by providing funds for the development of current and future generations of players and umpires. The Foundation’s many programs include clinics designed to teach the principles of polo, junior and intercollegiate/interscholastic tournaments and clinics, and extensive umpire training. Through its activities, PTF seeks to encourage the highest standards of sportsmanship and to promote international good will through polo competition.

HEADQUARTERS STAFF (888) 783-7656 • FAX: (315) 696-0287 • 70 Clinton Street • Tully, New York 13159 Daniel M. Scheraga Jennifer McLeavy Executive Director Assistant Executive Director OFFICERS Chairman: Richard C. Riemenschneider President: Anthony L. Coppola Secretary Melissa P. Ganzi Vice President: Gillian Johnston Treasurer: Joseph W. Kozlik DIRECTORS TO SERVE TO 2019 Joseph W. Kozlik Raymond Noh

Victoria Collins Anthony L. Coppola Melissa P. Ganzi

Stephen A. Orthwein Richard C. Riemenschneider

Claudia Uretz James J. Zenni Jr.

DIRECTORS TO SERVE TO 2018 Duncan D. Huyler Gillian Johnston

Joseph P. Meyer Clifford M. Sifton

DIRECTORS TO SERVE TO 2017 Lyn Jason Cobb Daniel W. Colhoun Jr. Glen Holdon Sr.

Jesse Pruitt Thomas A. Sikes

Lynn Thompson John Walsh

HONORARY DIRECTORS George Alexander Jr. Ian Angus

Eugene Burk Karlene Beal Garber

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POLO TRAINING FOUNDATION CARLTON BEAL UMPIRE AWARDS The Carlton Beal Umpire Awards are presented annually by the Polo Training Foundation to recognize individuals who have made an outstanding contribution in officiating the sport. UMPIRE OF THE YEAR 1990 Lester “Red” Armour III 1999 Roy Robert Barry 1991 Eugene Fortugno 2000 Stephen F. Lane 1992 William Jeff Atkinson 2001 Paul M. Withers 1993 Bennie T. Gutierrez 2002 Robert Stuerzebecher 1994 Thomas E. Hughes 2003 Eric Sears 1995 Daniel M. Healy 2004 Steve Dalton 1996 Graham Bray 2005 Horton Schwartz 2006 Roy Robert Barry 1997 Horton Schwartz 2007 Mike Kerley 1998 Eugene Fortugno

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Kevin Fawcett Dale Schwetz Carlos Galindo Eddy Martinez Unawarded Luis Galvan Ronnie Hayes Unawarded Hector Galindo

ARENA UMPIRE OF THE YEAR 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Daniel Colhoun Jr. Daniel M. Scheraga Daniel M. Healy Robert B. Cyprus Robert Stuerzebecher Wilbur O’Ferrall Russell A. Sheldon

1999 Christopher Blythe 2000 Lisa Mix 2001 Unawarded 2002 Billy Sheldon 2003 Gary E. Leonard 2004 Trevor W. Wells 2005-2008 Unawarded

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1990 Peter J. Rizzo Seth W. Herndon Daniel M. Healy 1991 Eric Sears William Linfoot Edgar Little III 1992 Joey Casey Charles L. Flanders Joe Wayne Barry 1993 William Linfoot Robert Stuerzebecher Don Blake 1994 Daniel M. Healy Stephen F. Lane Richard Kuhn 1995 Graham Bray Nicholas Rennekamp Paul M. Withers 1996 Stephen F. Lane Michael J. Kerley

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POLO TRAINING FOUNDATION INTERCOLLEGIATE/INTERSCHOLASTIC AWARDS The criteria for selection of the Polo Training Foundation Award winners is participation in the Intercollegiate or Interscholastic programs of the United States Polo Association based on the following: I. Playing Ability A. Horsemanship B. Mallet Skill C. Teamwork D. Comprehension of the game

II. Contribution to the Sport A. Leadership B. Commitment C. Assistance to new players

III. Sportsmansip A. Conduct in and out of the playing arena B. Knowledge of the rules and their enforcement C. A positive attitude

In April 1999, the PTF Board renamed the Female Intercollegiate Award. It is now the Daniel J. Wallace Jr. PTF Female Intercollegiate Player of the Year.

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INTERCOLLEGIATE RECIPIENTS Kirsten Laughlin/UC Davis 1994 Brigette Parten/Colorado State Tom Huber/UVA Trevor Wells/Cornell University Clarissa Cantacuzene/UVA 1995 Kristy Waters/Texas A&M Thomas Lach/Skidmore College John Flournoy Jr./UVA Derek Sifton/UVA 1996 Kathryn Roeser/UC Santa Barbara Haley Holmes/Colorado State Guy Glenn/Colorado State Patrick Andrew/Cornell University Ann Wimmer/Stanford University 1997 Ilia Christy/Stanford University Wilbur O’Ferrall/UC Davis Christopher Hitchcock/UVA C. Loring Piper/Skidmore College 1998 Kimberly Morgan/UCONN Jennifer Kaufman/UC Davis Rodrigo Fernandez/UVA Oliver Olsen/UVA 1999 Rebecca Rucker/Oklahoma University Kelly Chambers/Cornell University Jimmy Seward/Colorado State William Orthwein/Skidmore College 2000 Heather Torrey/Cornell University Elizabeth Worrall/UVA John Harris/Stanford University Carlos Arellano Jr./UVA

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Christina Burger/UC Davis Jeff Embow/Cornell University Melissa Riggs/Cornell University Craig Fraser/Texas A&M Taylor McLean/Cornell University Nicholas Cifuni/Colorado State Marisa Bianchi/Cornell University Ted “Rory” Torrey/UCONN Mary C. Buck/Cornell University Jeffrey R. Markle/Cornell University Danika Rice/UC Davis Amy Jane Wisehart/UCONN Louis J. Lopez III, UVA Meaghan Scanlon/UCONN Mason Wroe/Texas A&M K.C. Beal/Texas Christian University Cooper Hibbard/Cal Poly

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INTERSCHOLASTIC RECIPIENTS John Waggoner/Culver Military 2005 Michelle Weeks/Culver Academy Academy Jared Sheldon/Poway Valley Christopher Blythe/Fox Lea 2006 Nicolai Galindo/Eldorado Polo Club Whitney Chamberlain/Culver 2007 Elizabeth Wisner/Maryland Polo Military Academy Robert Stenzel/Toronto Polo Club Trevor Wells/Garrison Forest 2008 Meg Greenhalgh/Garrison Forest Adam Strong/Valley Forge Military C.B. Scherer/Culver Academy Academy 2009 Kylie Sheehan/Garrison Forest Elizabeth Roeser/Pacific Coast Youth Branden Van Loon/Cornell Polo Polo Assn. 2010 M.C. Walker/Gardnertown Polo Richard Reale Jr./Valley Forge August Scherer/Culver Academy Military Academy 2011 Nora Young/Shallowbrook Polo Amit Sharma/Culver Military Kareem Rosser/Cowtown Polo Academy 2012 Gail Schultz/Maryland Sara Gompf/Garrison Forest Daniel “Cacho” Galindo/Eldorado Christopher Buckley/Valley Forge 2013 Emma Eldredge/Cornell Military Academy Andrew Begg/Toronto Scott Gray/Hollywood Polo Club 2014 Marissa Wells/ Maryland Polo Club Travis Scales/Shallowbrook Wyatt Harlow/ Natania Polo Club Melissa Riggs/Garrison Forest 2015 Jillian Titje/ Central Coast Polo Club School George Hempt/ West Shore Ted “Rory” Torrey/Westchester Polo 2016 Sharia Harris/ Cowtown Polo Club Jeffrey R. Markle/Culver Academy Tom Huber/ West Shore Arabella Knox/Garrison Forest Shane Rice/Poway Valley Mason P. Wroe/Midland Polo Club Caroline “Lila” Gaines/Garrison Forest School Matthew C. Curran/Valley Forge Military Academy

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Posey Obrecht/University of Kentucky

Ford MacCarty/Colorado State Patrick Uretz/ Westmont Vicky Friedrichs/ University of VA Kareem Rosser/ Colorado State Jenny Schwartz/ Virginia Tech Daniel “Cacho” Galindo/ Texas A&M Anna Winslow/ Cornell University


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THE DISTINGUISHED BENEFACTOR AWARD Established in the year 2000, the Distinguished Benefactor Award is presented to the individual, couple or family whose exemplary support has enabled the Polo Training Foundation to better fulfill its mission. 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Carlton and Keleen Beal Michael O’Ferrall Jesse L. Upchurch Daniel W. Colhoun Jr. Dr. Bruce C. Wells Karlene Beal Garber Fred and Li-Anne Mannix

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John C. Oxley William T. Ylvisaker Anthony Coppola Unawarded Gillian Johnston Unawarded

THE VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD Established in the year 2000, the Volunteer of the Year Award is given to the individual who, through dedication and service, has made a major contribution to the activities of the Polo Training Foundation. 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Mimi Gracida Lynn Thompson Janet Ludwig Anthony Coppola Russell A. Sheldon Melissa Joseph Joseph W. Bishop Scott & Kathy Brown Deb Wolstenholme

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THE MUSEUM OF POLO AND HALL OF FAME MISSION STATEMENT The National Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame is a non-profit educational organization, 501 (c) (3), dedicated to the preservation of the history and tradition of the sport of polo. The Museum houses an extensive collection of historic documents and physical treasures that include important trophies, artifacts, books, statistical records, periodicals, films, videos, recordings, works of art and other polo memorabilia. The Hall of Fame at the Museum was created to honor the heroes of the sport who have contributed to the game in an extraordinary and honorable manner whether by dedication to the sport or by ability and record as a player. Each year, icons of the past and eligible living heroes are inducted into the Hall of Fame. The Philip Iglehart Award is an award to acknowledge exceptional lifetime contributions to the sport of polo. The great horses of the sport are also honored and acknowledged as “Horses to Remember” in the Hall of Fame. OFFICERS Chairman: Martin S. Cregg President: Melissa Potamkin Ganzi Vice-President: James Burton Treasurer: Robert Lubash Secretary: Wade Byrd Executive Director, Vice-President: George J. DuPont Jr. James Burton Anthony L. Coppola Russell G. Corey Martin S. Cregg

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Melissa Potamkin Ganzi Glen Holden Sr. Horace Laffaye Stephen A. Orthwein

Madison Richardson Peter J. Rizzo Barbara G. Uskup Chris Crossman Vining

John C. Oxley - Honorary Member S.K. Johnston, Jr. - Honorary Member HALL OF FAME NOMINATING COMMITTEE Chairman: Horace Laffaye Vice-Chairman: Steve Orthwein Lester “Red” Armour III Glen Holden Sr. John C. “Jack” Oxley Joey Casey Jorie Butler Kent William Sinclaire Russell G. Corey Horace Laffaye Charles Smith Julian Hipwood Stephen A. Orthwein Tommy Wayman Museum of Polo & Hall of Fame 9011 Lake Worth Road Lake Worth, Florida 33467 (561) 969-3210 • Fax (561) 964-8299 e-mail - polomuseum@att.net website - www.polomuseum.com 154


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WILLIAM “BILLY” POST II Elected February 16, 2016

HECTOR GALINDO Elected February 16, 2016

William “Billy” Post II was born into a polo family for whom breeding ponies was its principal business, so it is little wonder that as an 8-goal polo star Post made his mark as a stellar horseman and formidable hitter. For his talents, he was lauded as one of the greats. Referred to as both brilliant and polished, Post engaged in battle with the other heroes of the golden age of polo in the 1930s as part of a “band of brothers” along with the likes of Hitchcock and Milburn. He deftly notched wins in the most important contests of the era both in the U.S. and abroad, most notably the 1932 Cup of Americas as “back” on the winning American team against Argentina. With his career cut short with the onset of WWII, Post continued his interest in horses and became a successful trainer of race horses until his untimely death at age 54.

Maintaining his status as a top player for over 25 years, Hector Galindo started playing at the age of 12 and climbed quickly to his pinnacle as a 9-goal player. He has raised the winning trophies of numerous major American tournaments that include the 30-goal World Cup, the Silver Cup® four times, 26-goal Hall of Fame Cup, C. V. Whitney and was a winner of the Polo Excellence Award in 1999. Although aggressive and fast on the field his good nature and consummate sportsmanship have endeared him to his fellow players and fans, not just in the U.S. but around the globe. Part of a large polo playing family, Hector credits his father and brothers as his mentors and said that they taught him to “train hard, play the game fairly and take good care of my horses.”

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PHILIP IGLEHART AWARD FOR LIFETIME CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SPORT OF POLO

RUSSELL A. SHELDON JR. Elected February 16, 2016

RICHARD C. RIEMENSCHNEIDER Elected February 16, 2016

For over 25 years Russ dedicated countless hours to the sport of polo. He has been recognized with numerous awards for umpiring, sportsmanship, mentoring and volunteering that are a testament to his contagious passion and excitement for the sport, a love that he eagerly passed on to his children, grandchildren and countless others. He started Poway Polo Club and was a champion of “grass roots polo” in California, a passionate promoter of Arena Polo and a devout mentor and supporter of youth polo programs. His contribution to the USPA Intercollegiate/ Interscholastic program and the initiatives that he put in place will continue to benefit the sport for decades to come.

Richard C. Riemenschneider started playing at Joy Farm, earning his way from hot-walking to playing practice games at the Milwaukee Polo Club. At the University of Virginia Polo Club, he was Captain, President, Intercollegiate MVP, and Coach (while in Law School). A great supporter of youth, he started many players in the VA/MD area. With Rodger Rinehart, he instituted and managed the 501(c)(3) fundraising for VA Polo, resulting in the program’s facility and success. Currently he is the Chairman of their Endowment Committee. He played in 16 states, Canada, and represented the U.S. teams in England and Pakistan. “Remo” has been a USPA Circuit Handicap Chairman, Governor, Tournament Committee Chairman, Treasurer, EVP, President and Chairman. Presently he is Chairman of the PTF.

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CALIFA Elected February 12, 2016 Bred in Argentina and foaled in 1996 as part of the famed Pieres breeding program, the famous bay gelding, Califa, is owned by Peter Brant of White Birch Farms and has served as a durable war horse for Mariano Aguerre in many memorable contests. Gathering numerous honors along his way, Califa ultimately earned the Hartman Award for Best Playing Pony after his gritty and intense play in two chukkers under Aguerre at the 2004 U.S. Open Polo Championship®. Aguerre called on Califa again for the 2005 high-goal season and the gutsy gelding did not disappoint as they fought together through crucial games helping the team sweep all three 26-goal tournament victories. A horse of incredible power and stamina, Califa was recognized as the 2006 Horse of the Year, was a member of 2006 APHA U.S. Open best string, 2003 BPP of the Butler Handicap, and the 2004 BPP of the Mercedes Benz Cup. Having proven himself as a polo superstar and of impeccable breeding (Califa’s dam, La Luna, was a famous polo mare out of Top Secret and Gaucha), the owners realized that cloning Califa would be a way to try to perpetuate his legacy that, being a gelding, he would not otherwise be able to fulfill. His first clone arrived on April 22, 2010, and is now being successfully played in Argentina. (Photo courtesy of Marcelo Biamchi)

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TOY MOON Elected February 16, 2016 The remarkably talented mare Toy Moon was bred in Hawaii circa 1931 by noted breeder of polo ponies, Walter Dillingham. Purchased from Dillingham in 1938, the fleet chestnut mare was brought to the mainland by Hall of Famer Elbridge T. Gerry, Captain of the Aknusti team, to be part of his illustrious string of ponies. Toy Moon’s level of play set her apart as evidenced by her back-to-back wins, in 1940 and ’41, of the Prince Friarstown Challenge Cup, a coveted prize awarded to the best playing mare suitable to produce polo ponies; the judges based their decisions on her play in both the U.S. Open and Monty Waterbury cups. For this, and her long career of excellent and exceptional performances in which she was described as playing “top flight polo,” she was recognized by the experts as one of the great polo ponies of her era. After her playing days were over, Toy Moon lived out her life happily, to a ripe old age, at Gerry’s farm. As a broodmare, she produced two foals by a Standardbred stallion, and served as a steady and dependable mount taking great care with the Gerry children, who took her on many leisurely jaunts around the sprawling premises.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PAST INDUCTEES TO THE HALL OF FAME Elected April 6, 1990 Thomas Hitchcock Jr. Stewart Iglehart Devereux Milburn Robert Skene Cecil Smith Harry Payne Whitney Elected March 15, 1991 Harold L. Barry Elbridge T. Gerry Winston F.C. Guest George K. Oliver Eric L. Pedley J. Watson Webb Elected March 20, 1992 Carlton Beal James Gordon Bennett Dr. Clarence C. Combs Jr. Alan L. Corey Jr. Foxhall P. Keene Louis E. Stoddard Elected March 18, 1993 Philip L.B. Iglehart Walter Ray Harrington Jr. Lawrence Waterbury James M. Waterbury Jr. Elected March 3, 1994 Northrup R. Knox Dr. William R. Linfoot John T. Oxley Michael G. Phipps Elected March 3, 1995 Roy M. Barry Paul Butler Louise Eustis Hitchcock William A. Mayer Elected February 9, 1996 George H. “Pete” Bostwick Stephen J. “Doc” Roberts Robert E. Strawbridge Jr. William T. Ylvisaker

Elected February 7, 1997 Fred W. Dailey Stephen Gose Guillermo “Memo” Gracida Jr. Lewis A. Smith Elected March 6, 1998 Norman Brinker George C. Sherman Jr. Malcolm Stevenson Tommy Wayman Elected February 26, 1999 Lester “Red” Armour III Harold A. “Joe” Barry Elmer J. Boeseke Jr. Albert Parsells Elected March 3, 2000 Willis L. Hartman Henry L. Herbert Robert “Rob” Walton Elected February 17, 2001 Bart Evans S.K. “Skey” Johnston Jr. Robert “Bob” Uihlein Elected February 16, 2002 George C. Haas Jr. Glen Holden Sr. Thomas Hitchcock Sr. Elected February 21, 2003 Delmar W. Carroll Bennie Gutierrez Elected February 20, 2004 Rodolphe L. Agassiz Charles W. Smith Elected February 18, 2005 John C. “Jack” Oxley Will Rogers Elected February 17, 2006 Raymond R. Guest Paul Weldon “Bill” Barry Robert D. Beveridge

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Elected February 16, 2007 John Elliott Cowdin William Sinclaire

Elected February 17, 2012 Carlos Gracida James P. “Jimmy” Mills

Elected February 15, 2008 Gonzalo Pieres W. Averell Harriman

Elected February 15, 2013 Michael Vincent Azzaro Robert Gould Shaw II

Elected February 13, 2009 Gonzalo Tanoira Owen Rinehart

Elected February 14, 2014 Adam Snow Peter Perkins

Elected February 12, 2010 Julian Hipwood Lewis Lacey

Elected February 13, 2015 Juan Carlos Harriott Jr. Stephen “Laddie” Sanford

Elected February 18, 2011 Stephen A. Orthwein Charles Cary Rumsey PAST RECIPIENTS OF THE PHILIP IGLEHART AWARD FOR LIFETIME CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SPORT OF POLO Elected February 12, 2010 Elected February 17, 2001 Thomas B. Glynn Joe Muldoon Virgil C. Christian Dave Rizzo Elected February 16, 2002 James Rice

Elected February 18, 2011 Merle Jenkins Jules Romfh

Elected February 21, 2003 Willis M. Allen Sr. Joe Rizzo

Elected February 17, 2012 George Alexander A.G. “Herbie” Pennell

Elected February 20, 2004 Sue Sally Hale Clark Hetherington

Elected February 15, 2013 John Timothy Gannon William Gilmore

Elected February 18, 2005 Walter P. Kuhn

Elected February 14, 2014 Paul T. von Gontard Willie Tevis

Elected February 17, 2006 Anthony L. “Tony” Coppola Elected February 16, 2007 Alfred E. Fortugno

Elected February 13, 2015 Frederick Mannix Sr. Michael C. Sifton

Elected February 15, 2008 Henry Trione Elected February 13, 2009 Hugo Dalmar Jesse Upchurch

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PAST HORSES TO REMEMBER Elected March 3, 2000 Badger - Owner, Cecil Smith Cat-A-Joy - Owner, John T. Oxley Chica Boom - Owner, Bart Evans Tobiano - Owner, Tommy Hitchcock

Elected February 13, 2009 Belle of All - Owner, Louis Stoddard Rotallen - Owner, Norty Knox Elected February 12, 2010 Khaki - Owner, Hector Galindo Red Ace - Owner, Elmer Boeseke Jr.

Elected February 17, 2001 Kalliman - Owner, Guillermo M. Gracida Jr. Woody D - Owner, John T. Oxley

Elected February 18, 2011 La Fortuna - Owner, Tommy Wayman Tenby - Owner, Devereux Milburn

Elected February 16, 2002 Ragamuffin - Owner, Northrup R. Knox Sweet William - Owner, Tommy Wayman

Elected February 17, 2012 Brown Fern - Owner, Michael Phipps Chips Royal - Owner, Bob Beveridge

Elected February 21, 2003 Alabama - Owner, Steve Gose Delta Dawn - Owner, Roy Barry

Elected February 15, 2013 Fairy Story - Owner, Stephen Sanford Ever Ready - Owner, Ray Harrington

Elected February 20, 2004 Magazin - Owner, Del Carroll Elected February 18, 2005 Electric Charge - Owner, Seth Herndon Jupiter - Owner, John Sanford

Elected February 14, 2014 Beetlejuice - Owner, Mike Azzaro Fuss Budget - Owner, CV Whitney

Elected February 17, 2006 Gay Boy - Owner, Averell Harriman Levicu - Owner, Peter Brant

Elected February 13, 2015 Sue Ellen - Owner, Nacho Figueras Katrina- Owner, Tommy Hitchcock

Elected February 16, 2007 Burrito - Owner, John T. Oxley Bonnie J - Owner, Cecil Smith Elected February 15, 2008 Little Lou De - Owner, Tommy Wayman Cottontail - Owner, Harry Payne Whitney

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Mission Statement The mission of the Team USPA Committee is to enhance and grow the sport of polo in the United States by identifying young, talented American players and providing mentored training and playing opportunities leading to a pool of higher rated amateur and professional players and the resultant giveback to the sport of polo. 2010 Cristina Fernandez Steven Krueger Carl Bradley Scherer Jared Sheldon Joshua Shelton Jacob Stimmel 2011 Jesse Bray Jorge Estrada III Pedro Lara Remy du Celliee Muller Neil Osburg Herndon Radcliff Felipe Viana Isabella Wolf 2012 Tiamo Hudspeth Stephanie Massey Lucas Reid Kareem Rosser Todd Thurston 2013 Daniel Galindo Harrison Samaniego Kylie Sheehan Patrick Uretz

2014 Sebastian Aycinena Cody Ellis Joseph Gates Gridley Wyatt Harlow Carly Persano Julia Smith Russell Stimmel Brandon Van Loon Kenneth “Jim” Wright 2015 Connor Deal Jonathan Lavine Jared Zenni 2016 Tomy Alberdi Pierce Alworth Constantino Caset Wesley Finlason Nick Johnson Rob Jornayvaz Geronimo Obregon Audry Persano Anna Winslow

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Alumni Trevor Allen Belinda Brody Christopher Collins Jr Matthew Collins Devon Daily Carlos Galindo Jr. Nicolai Galindo Calixio Garcia-Velez III Brett Gearwar Zach Grob Matthew Huckeba Max Langlois Ty MacCarty Nicholas Morrison Miguel Questel Brandon Rease Megan Shader Jeff Shuler Nicholas Snow Devon Vass Collin White Jesse Weaver Mason Wroe


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THE WILLIS L. HARTMAN TROPHY

The Willis L. Hartman Trophy is awarded annually to the owner of the best playing pony in the U.S. Open Polo Championship®. Willis L. Hartman, Board of Governors member from 1952-1965, presented the award to the United States Polo Association in 1965. Garrard & Co. Ltd., the British Crown Jewelers, crafted the sterling silver piece by hand and every separate part is hallmarked by the London assay office and silver smiths guild. Mr. Hartman suggested that each year the award be engraved with the name of the polo pony and the owner of the pony, thereby making a permanent record for the future. To quote Mr. Hartman, “My desire is that this trophy will stimulate the recognition of the polo pony in the great game of polo and how much a good player depends on this pony to get him to the ball and contact the other opposing players ... that it (the trophy) will inspire each polo player to acquire the finest pony possible to use in playing the game.”

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DIVA DOS - 2016 Photo Credit: Alex Pacheco THE WILLIS L. HARTMAN TROPHY WINNERS 1965 LOVELY SAGE

Ronald Tongg 1966 ROTALLAN Northrup R. Knox 1967 PENRAGE DANDY Dalmar W. Carroll 1968 RAGAMUFFIN Northrup R. Knox 1969 EVERRREADY Ray Harrington Jr. 1970 BONNIE Ray Harrington Jr. 1971 MOONSHINE Harold A. (Joe) Barry 1972 MAGAZIN Dalmar W. Carroll 1973 CHIPS ROYAL Robert D. Beveridge 1974 DELTA DAWN Norman Brinker 1975 LITTLE LOUDEE Thomas Wayman 1976 SWEET BE Richard C. Latham 1977 ALABAMA Stephen M. Gose 1978 LITTLE BROTHER Robert A. Uihlein III 1979 ALABAMA Stephen M. Gose 1980 NEBRASKA SUNSET Charles W. Smith 1981 ELECTRIC CHARGE Seth W. Herndon Jr. 1982 CHICA BOOM Bart Evans 1983 CHINATE Bart Evans 1984 CHICA BOOM Bart Evans 1985 CALASA Carlos Gracida 1986 HILL COUNTRY SLIM Owen Rinehart 1987 KALLIMAN Guillermo Gracida Jr. 1988 OCA Carlos Gracida 1989 KALLIMAN Guy Wildenstein 1990 V-8 Guy Wildenstein 1991 MINUET Mike Azzaro 164

1992 QUELINDA Carlos Gracida 1993 SASHA Guillermo Gracida Jr. 1994 AMPOLLA Mariano Aguerre 1995 DEJA VU Guillermo Gracida Jr. 1996 BEETLEJUICE Michael Azzaro 1997 SASHA Guillermo Gracida Jr. 1998 LA TORCAZA Juan Ignacio Merlos 1999 LUPEE Bob Daniels 2000 GARANTIA Tim Gannon 2001 MULAN Julio Arellano 2002 PUMBA Adam Snow 2003 HARRAH Jeff Hall 2004 CALIFA Mariano Aguerre 2005 MALIA Julio Arellano 2006 AMY Adam Snow 2007 NORUEGA Adolfo Cambiaso 2008 SYLVIA Andres Weisz /Adolfo Cambiaso 2009 FLECHA ARROW Eduardo Astrada 2010 TRUE Julio Arellano 2011 SULTAN Rodrigo Andrade 2012 LA LINA Facundo Pieres 2013 MEDALLION Robert Jornayvaz 2014 MIA Hilario Ulloa 2015 ROMANA Adolfo Cambiaso 2016 DIVA DOS Orchard Hill Polo Team


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THE SEYMOUR H. KNOX AWARD The Seymour H. Knox award is presented annually to the most valuable player in the U.S. Open Polo Championship®. Guillermo Gracida Jr. Ruben Gracida Guillermo Gracida Jr. Carlos Gracida Owen Rinehart Owen Rinehart Carlos Gracida Guillermo Gracida Jr. Guillermo Gracida Jr. Carlos Gracida Carlos Gracida Joe Henderson Carlos Gracida Guillermo Gracida Jr. Guillermo Gracida Jr. Guillermo Gracida Jr. Pite Merlos Adolfo Cambiaso

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Adolfo Cambiaso Adolfo Cambiaso Adam Snow Matias G. Magrini Francisco Bensadon Julio Arellano Eduardo Novillo Astrada Adolfo Cambiaso Jeffrey W. Blake Adam Snow Eduardo Astrada Hilario Ulloa Juan Martin Nero Mike Azzaro Facundo Pieres Clemente Zavaleta Alejo Taranco Facundo Pieres

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THE HUGO DALMAR TROPHY

The Hugo Dalmar Trophy is presented in memory of Hugo Dalmar Jr., and his contributions to the United States Polo Association. The trophy is presented annually to the player who best exemplifies the sportsmanship characteristics inherent to the sport of polo. Past recipients of this trophy are: Allan D. Scherer Harold A. Barry Stephen Gose S.K. Johnston Jr. Calixto Garcia-Velez III Stewart Armstrong John C. Oxley Patrick Dix Thomas Wayman Stephen A. Orthwein William Sinclaire Carlton Beal Lester “Red” Armour III W. Mackall Jason Fred P. Mannix Robert A. Uihlein III Peter B. Orthwein Joe Henderson Robert W. Moore

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Paul T. von Gontard Charles W. Smith George A. Masek Sr. Jesse L. Upchurch Daniel W. Colhoun Jr. Roy Robert Barry Orrin H. Ingram George Alexander Jr. Karlene Beal Garber S.K. “Skeeter” Johnston III Jack L. Shelton George Dill Russell Sheldon Thomas J. Biddle Sr. Charles Muldoon Clint Nangle Dennis L. Geiler Chrys Beal Charles Weaver

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 USPA SILVER CUP® MOST VALUABLE AMATEUR PLAYER In Honor of Robert (Bob) Uihlein Established 2000

John M. Hall John B.Goodman Roberto G. Gonzalez

2000 2001 2002

David Andras Leigh Anne Hall John B. Goodman

2003 2004 2005

GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON AWARD Remembered for his fierce determination and ability to lead soldiers, George S. Patton Jr. is considered one of the greatest military figures in history. Immortalized as one of the world’s most intriguing military men, he was known for carrying pistols with ivory handles, his intemperate manner, and his love for polo. General Patton was an avid believer that polo was a useful tool in understanding how his fellow officers preformed under pressure. Regarded as one of the most successful United States field commanders of any war, he continuously drove his troops to the highest standard of excellence in training and utilized his love for polo as a teaching aid. He carried a fine set of polo ponies from post to post, and routinely established polo matches on the weekends at the military base he was assigned to. Established 2014 Russ Sheldon Daniel Colhoun Mark Gillespie

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® THOMAS HUGHES UMPIRE AWARD In Honor of Thomas Hughes Established 2013

Thomas Hughes Dale Schwetz J. Horton Schwartz Bob Daniels

2013 2014 2015 2016

CLINT NANGLE EQUINE WELFARE AWARD In Honor of Clint Nangle Established 2014

Clint Nangle Gwen Rizzo Michael Groubert

2014 2015 2016

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 RUSS SHELDON AWARD For outstanding contribution to arena polo Established 2015

Peter Rizzo Robert Ceperano

2015 2016

WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD Awarded to an individual who goes above and beyond to support the sport of polo for the greater good Established 2016

Lezlie Hiner

2016

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The Circuit Sportsmanship Award is presented by the Association to promote good sportsmanship in polo and to recognize those individuals who exemplify this quality. Each Circuit Governor, with the advice and consent of a committee of their choosing, may designate one recipient of the award. 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

BORDER CIRCUIT Dave Garcia Rory McMinn Bill Weaver Fred Yates Buzz Easterling Keith W. Alexander Richard J. Schallmo Bill Scott Robert P. Cowie E.V. “Hig” Higgins Adren Nance Margaret S. Bond Eric Oppenheimer Daniel Byrd Unawarded Thomas Navar Jr. Everett Campbell Kimberley M. Nance Jose M. Zamudio Daniel Coleman B.T. Easterling Gary Haydon Paul Harris Marlon Pimienta Bill Clark Franz Feldhauber Ric Lara Jorge Molina CENTRAL CIRCUIT

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

John M. Ryan Sandra J. Barbier Clifton Yandell Peter Alworth James J. Drury III Charles E. Weaver James Walcott William Stevens Chase Butler John T. Rosene Peter Alworth Susan and Paul Oliver Ruth J. Dumesic 170

Rancho Naranjo Polo Club San Patricio Polo Club Westworld Polo Club San Patricio Polo Club El Caso Ranch Polo Club Rancho Naranjo Polo Club North Scottsdale Polo Club North Scottsdale Polo Club North Scottsdale Polo Club Rancho Naranjo Polo Club Rancho Naranjo Polo Club U.S. Military Polo Club Santa Fe Horse Park Polo Santa Fe Horse Park Polo Not Available Rancho Santa Maria Polo Las Anitas Polo Club El Caso Ranch Polo Club Rancho Santa Maria Polo North Scottsdale Polo El Caso Ranch Polo North Scottsdale Polo Skull Valley Polo Rancho Santa Maria Polo Club Arizona Polo Club El Conquistador Polo Club El Conquistador Polo Club Las Canchas Polo Club Naperville Polo Club Blackberry Polo Club Polo Club Oak Brook

Duluth Polo Club Naperville Polo Club Peoria Polo Club Naperville Polo Club Joy Farms Polo Club St. Louis Polo Club Lakewood Acres Polo Twin Cities Polo Club Naperville Polo Club Madison Polo Cub


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Britt Baker Jon R. Moeller Raymond August Ritter David R. Allen Jack L. Chopp Douglas Hoskins Stephen A. Orthwein Ruth Dumesic Unawarded

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011-2016

Turney McKnight Edward J. Miller Jr. Gus Orr James Easter Richard Heald D. Bart Frye Jr. Rita Mae Brown James Kravitz Donald R. Aikens Alan Nash Margaret “Peggy” Loubris Robert Bonvino Robert N. Zelnio Phillip F. Staples Hesham Elezaby William Patrick Clark Jr. James H. Burton Vincent L. Ryan Roy W. Perry III Blake Truitt Scott Brown Ahmad Pirasteh Unawarded

EASTERN CIRCUIT

Des Moines Polo Club Des Moines Polo Club Little Egypt Polo Club Des Moines Polo Club St. Louis Polo Club Twin City Polo Club St. Louis Country Club Madison Polo Club Not Available Maryland Polo Club National Capital Polo Club Brandywine Polo Club Maryland Polo Club Potomac Polo Club Virginia Beach Polo Club Blue Ridge Polo Club Brandywine Polo Club Cowtown Polo Club Great Meadow Polo Club Bucks County Polo Club Brookview Polo Club Mallet Hill Polo Club Rappahannock Polo Club Tinicum Park Polo Club Amwell Valley Polo Club Great Meadow Polo Club Great Meadow Polo Club Great Meadow Polo Club Virginia Intl. Polo Club Brandywine Polo Club Natania Farms Polo Club Not Available

FLORIDA CIRCUIT (Formerly part of the Southeastern Circuit) 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Guy Wildenstein Jules Romfh Tim Gannon Robert Uihlein III W. Lord Lyall IV Lester “Red” Armour III John B. Goodman Alfred Hoffman Jr. Peter J. Rizzo John C. Oxley Elaine Harrison Philip O. Heatley Lesley Ann Fong-Yee 171

Palm Beach Polo Club Royal Palm Polo Club Sarasota Polo Club Sarasota Polo Club Oxford Polo Club South Forty Polo Club Isla Carroll Polo Club Tampa Bay Polo Club Royal Palm Polo Club Royal Palm Polo Club Vero Beach Polo Club Outback Polo Club Jamaica Polo Club


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® William L. Lyall Dana Aschinger George A. Kahle Jr. James Mirikitani Unawarded Joshua Shelton Peter Rizzo

Villages Polo Club Sarasota Polo Club Vero Beach Polo Club Sarasota Polo Club Not Available Fairfield Polo Club Palm City Polo Club

THE GREAT PLAINS CIRCUIT (Formerly part of the Northwestern Circuit) 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008-2009 2010 2011-2016

Ben Benjamin Michael D. Carney William Walsh Jr. Don Scott Unawarded Unawarded Michael D. Carney Jack L. Shelton Unawarded Unawarded Stephen Talbert Ricardo Anacleto Llosa John J. “Bo” Darrah John Govrick Unawarded Don Scott Unawarded

Kansas City Polo Club Fairfield Polo Club Fairfield Polo Club Mariposa Polo Club Not Available Not Available Fairfield Polo Club Fairfield Polo Club Not Available Not Available Fairfield Polo Club Fairfield Polo Club Fairfield Polo Club Tulsa Polo Club Not Available Mariposa Polo Club Not Available

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008-2016

Bob MacGregor Dan Mackey Kuni Imai Megan Matson Gene Turchi Herman L. DeCoite Raymond E. Noh Ronald P. Mendes Unawarded Unawarded Allen K. Hoe Allen K. Hoe Robert J. Nooney Colin Owaga Alice C. Lombardo Daniel M. Healy Allen K. Hoe Unawarded Duroy C. Rosecrans Unawarded 172

Honolulu Polo Club Kauai Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club Waikii Polo Club Waikii Ranch Polo Club Maui Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club Not Available Not Available Honolulu Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club Maui Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club Hawaii Polo Club Honolulu Polo Club Not Available Hololulu Polo Club Not Available


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MIDSTATES CIRCUIT 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008-2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Mark Powers Merle R. Jenkins Joseph Safko Bob Watterson James R. Bahr Glen Watterson II James A. Fraser Scott W. Barker F.J. O’Neill Jr. Cliff Sifton William R. Hilliard Jr. Manuel M. Campos Merle R. Jenkins Robert Donahey Stephen J. O’Neill Richard Raizman Dana Aschinger Friedrich Teroerde Glenn R. Watterson III Unawarded Ricky Bahr Chad Middendorf Sheila Everett Jorge Vasquez Sam Whittmann Mary Wilkins Unawarded

Darlington Polo Club Detroit Polo Club Columbus Polo Club Darlington Polo Club Cleveland Polo Club Darlington Polo Club Cincinnati Polo Club Dayton Polo Club Derry Heir Polo Club Toronto Polo Club Lexington Polo Club Kentree Polo Club Detroit Polo Club Derry Heir Polo Club Cleveland Polo Club Ligonier Polo Club Lexington Polo Club Ligioneer Polo Club Darlington Polo Club Not Available Cleveland Polo Club Louisville Polo Club Columbus Polo Club Lexington Polo Club Play Polo Club, LLC Queen City Polo Club Not Available

NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT Michael Andrew Downeast Polo Club Jed Lipsky Millbrook Polo Club Peter Orthwein Greenwich Polo Club Holly Ward Sugarbush Polo Club Dr. Stephen Roberts Quechee Polo Club Holly Ward Sugarbush Polo Club Oakley Thorne Millbrook Polo Club Tony Vita Shallowbrook Polo Club Keating Willcox Myopia Polo Club David Mansfield Saratoga Polo Club Shakir Wissa Myopia Polo Club Phoebe Ingram Palm Beach Polo Club William T. Ylvisaker Palm Beach Polo Club Charles F. Elmes Jr. Blue Sky Polo Club David Rizzo Meadowbrook Polo Club Jose Franco and Boston Polo Club and Daniel P. Keating Westchester Polo Club Thorkild Vad Norregaard Myopia Polo Club James L.J. Nuzzo Myopia Polo Club Philip J. Zocco Myopia Polo Club Joyce Dostale Stage Hill Polo Club 173


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® W. Albert Ellis Amanda Poor Unawarded Nick Manifold Miguel Novillo Astrada Unawarded

Myopia Polo Club Stage Hill Polo Club Not Available Greenwich Polo Club International Polo Club Not Available

NORTHWESTERN CIRCUIT Dan Carney Fairfield Polo Club Hal Oppenheimer Kansas City Polo Club Unawarded Not Available Bob Moore Broad Acres Polo Club Reed Oppenheimer Valley Park Polo Club PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010-2014 2015 2016 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Judith Baker Jay Cassell Judson W. Mak John Westley Sue Sally Hale Clifton J. Ackerman W. David Cummings Nicholas Stonington Michael Hakan Domingo Questel Jeffrey H. Kazmark Thomas J. Barrack Jr. Willis M. Allen Gary L. Pollack John B. Clark Geoffrey H. Palmer Unawarded Michael E. Rathbard Wesley Ru John Muse Lynn Thompson Unawarded Jesse Bray Jennifer Alexy

Winston Polo Club Santa Rosa Polo Club Menlo Polo Club Sacramento Polo Club Moorpark Polo Club Menlo Polo Club Wild Horse Valley Ranch Eldorado Polo Club Los Coyotes Polo Club California Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club Eldorado Polo Club Silicon Valley Polo Club Eldorado Polo Club Eldorado Polo Club Not Available Santa Barbara Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club Santa Barbara Polo Club Horse Park Polo Club Not Available Twin Palms Polo Club Eldorado Polo Club

PACIFIC NORTHWEST CIRCUIT Paul Walton Jackson Hole Polo Club William Cary Sun Valley Polo Club Clay Bleck Spokane Polo Club George Galvan Jackson Hole Polo Club Fred Mannix Calgary Polo Club Brian MacCarty Big Horn Polo Club Unawarded Not Available George Dill Tacoma Polo Club Clay Bleck Spokane Polo Club 174


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Unawarded James H. Underhill Cameron A. Clark Gordie Wood Melissa Joseph Morley D. Shortt Randy L. Thompson Virginia Jones Scott J. Robertson Alan J. Clark Unawarded

Not Available Saskatoon Polo Club Calgary Polo Club Tacoma Polo Club LeGrande Polo Club Eldorado Polo Club Spokane Polo Club White Swan Polo Club White Swan Polo Club Calgary Polo Club Not Available

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT (Formerly part of the Northwestern Circuit) 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010-2015 2016

Katie Lontin Richard Lontin Elisa Ard Simon Martineau Joe Bowers Jefferson Leeper Robert A. Gray Lise D. Stevens Bradley K. Brown Susan Koehler Gary Vorhes Kent Barker Erica Gandomcar Hugo A. Barabucci Unawarded Bob Jornayvaz Unawarded Jessica Gayanich

Cherry Creek Polo Club Columbine Polo Club Columbine Polo Club Running Brook Polo Club Running Brook Polo Club Columbine Polo Club Boulder Polo Club Columbine Polo Club Columbine Polo Club Columbine Polo Club Columbine Polo Club Vail Polo Club Denver Polo Club High Prairie Polo Club Not Available Columbine Polo Club Not Available Denver Polo Club

SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Steve Wilson Glen Hart Julio Arellano Kenny McLean Jamie Reynolds Winship Rees F. Maury McPhillips Dr. Guy Vise Unawarded Ruben Coscia William Hough Stephen Felker K. Ray Pinkstaff Oscar Hernandez Mason H. Lampton Edward S. Robbins III 175

Ponte Vedra Polo Club Gulfstream Polo Club Palm Beach Polo Club Point Clear Polo Club Southeastern Polo Club Atlanta Polo Club Point Clear Polo Club Jackson Polo Club Not Available Atlanta Polo Club Gulfport Polo Club Aiken Polo Club Sassafras Polo Club Innisfree Polo Club Columbus Polo Club Bluewater Creek Polo


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® Ronald A. Watkins Bayard Erb Bob Edmundson James Byrd Unawarded

Sassafras Polo Club Memphis Polo Club Point Clear Polo Club Gulfport Polo Club Not Available

SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008

Randy Reddell W. David Cummings Ronald Horne Dr. Henry Punzi Bart Evans Kelly Beal John B. Goodman B. Craig Duke Lori Cooley Alonzo Galindo Robert Junell Margaret E. Holland Henry G. Musselman Harold A. “Joe” Barry Dr. Barry L. Zindel Leigh Ann Hall Timothy F. Kelly Carolyn & Harley Stimmel Family Lizabeth Lary Sergio Silvestre George Pucak

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Unawarded Mark Prinsloo Karl Hilberg

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Midland Polo Club Lone Star Polo Club San Antonio Polo Club Willow Bend Polo Club Midland Polo Club Midland Polo Club Isla Carroll Polo Club Midland Polo Club Lone Star Polo Club Midland Polo Club Midland Polo Club Margaritaville Polo Club Midland Polo Club Isla Carroll Polo Club Willow Bend Polo Club Houston Polo Club Pecan Acres Polo Club Midland Polo Club Houston Polo Club Isla Carroll Polo Club Spencewood Ranch Polo Club Not Available Houston Polo Club Texas Military Polo Club


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CIRCUIT CLINT NANGLE EQUINE WELFARE AWARD The Circuit Clint Nangle Equine Welfare Award is presented by the Association to a recipient who has demonstrated excellence in the field of equine welfare. BORDER CIRCUIT 2014 2015 2016

Yvonne Golston Carolyn Harris Leslie Phelps

El Conquistador Polo Club Skull Valley Polo Club Being the Change Polo Club

CENTRAL CIRCUIT 2014-2016

Unawarded

Not Available

EASTERN CIRCUIT 2014-2016

Unawarded

Not Available

FLORIDA CIRCUIT 2014 2015 2016

Daren Tamplin Gillian Johnston James “Roper” Marrow

Aspen Valley Polo Club Bendabout Polo Club Sarasota Polo Club

GREAT PLAINS CIRCUIT 2014-2016

Unawarded

Not Available

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT 2014-2016

Unawarded

Not Available

MIDSTATES CIRCUIT 2014 2015

Unawarded Justin Powers

Not Available Darlington Polo Club

NORTHEAST CIRCUIT 2014 2015

Unawarded Agustin Menta

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2014 2015 2016

Unawarded John Westley Heather Perkins

Not Available Santa Barbara Polo Club Orange County Polo Club

PACIFIC NORTHWEST CIRCUIT 2014-2016

Unawarded

Not Available

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT 2014-2015 2016

Unawarded Maurice Nissim

Not Available Denver Polo Club

SOUTHEAST CIRCUIT 2014-2016

Unawarded

Not Available

SOUTHWEST CIRCUIT 2015

Sophie L. Gleeson

2016

Rogan Tindol

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Prestonwood Polo & Country Club Midland Polo Club


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DR. BILLY LINFOOT MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD In Dr. Billy Linfoot’s own words, “Polo is the harmony between two athletes: horse and rider. They must communicate in order to perform. For that reason it is an emotional game. Scoring is not enough. To score you must ride like a master. Keeping a cool head in polo is doubly important because you are thinking for two.” This award is a tribute to Dr. Billy Linfoot and is presented by the United States Polo Association once per year to each and every USPA Club. It is to be given to a recipient based on the following virtues: Improved Athletic Ability ~ Sportsmanship Integrity in all aspects of the game, both on and off the field 2016 RECIPIENTS

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Border

Pie Town Polo Club

Zakary Coleman

Central

Blackberry Polo Club

Shannon Giustino

Eastern

Brandywine Polo Club Congressional Polo Club Great Meadow Polo Club Mountain View Polo Club Red Eagle Polo Club

Demitra Hajimihalis Patricio Fraga David Greenhill Robert Gehringer Kyla Hackman

Florida

Grand Champions The Polo School

J. Tim Dutta William Jacobs

Hawaiian Islands

Honolulu Polo Club Mauna Kea Polo Club

Greg McIntosh Lindsey Raczkiewicz

Midstates

Cincinnati Polo Club

Jack Moran

Northeastern

Myopia Polo Club Westchester Polo Club Yale Polo Club

Grace Grotnik Heather Souto Agapito Morgan

Pacific Coast

Santa Barbara Polo Club Wine Country Polo Club

Cory Williams Jack Ziegler

Rocky Mountain

Aspen Valley Polo Club

Alex Potamkin

Southeastern

Overbook Polo Club Triangle Area Polo Club

Fleur DeSailly-Chanson Peffy Barron-Antollin

Southwestern

East Texas Polo Club San Antonio Polo Club Willowbend Polo Club

Ricardo Sanchez Rowan Neidinger Olivia Uechtritz

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OWEN O’HANLON BEST GROOM AWARD The Owen O’Hanlon Groom Award is presented by the USPA annually to each active USPA club to be given to a recipient based on the following criteria: Dedication ~Ability~ Knowledge 2016 RECIPIENTS

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Mountain View Polo Club

Lea Jih- Vieira

Central

Blackberry Polo Club

Shannon Giustino

Eastern

Brandywine Polo Club Congressional Polo Club Great Meadow Polo Club Red Eagle Polo Club

Brenda Vance Jose Pasten Sean Moreland Leigh Colenda

Florida

Grand Champions The Polo School

Horacio “Chaco” Godoy Pablo Mira

Hawaiian Islands

Honolulu Polo Club Mauna Kea Polo Club

Polly Miao Jacki Gibson

Midstates

Cincinnati Polo Club

Abby Masters

Northeastern

Myopia Polo Club Yale Polo Club

Dennis Carrion-Diaz Dominique Luca

Pacific Coast

Santa Barbara Polo Club Wine Country Polo Club

Tiburicio Brito Leandro Floccari

Rocky Mountain

Aspen Valley Polo Club

Anacleto Santiago Gallardo

Southwestern

East Texas Polo Club Willowbend Polo Club

Holly Wood Jose Gonzalez Aguilar

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CLUB LEVEL CLINT NANGLE EQUINE WELFARE AWARD The Clint Nangle Equine Welfare Award is presented by the Association to recipients who have demonstrated excellence in the field of equine welfare. 2016 RECIPIENTS

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Eastern

Brandywine Polo Club Congressional Polo Club Red Eagle Polo Club

Patricia Sertich Dr. Javier Donatelli Charlie Muldoon

Florida

Grand Champions The Polo School

Stewart Armstrong Dr. Daren Tamplin

Hawaiian Islands

Honolulu Polo Club Mauna Kea Polo Club

Alice Broughton Renee Rosario

Midstates

Cinicinnati Polo Club

Torie Front

Northeastern

Myopia Polo Club Westchester Polo Club Yale Polo Club

Susanna ColloredoMansfeld Rory Torrey Taylor Lewis

Pacific Coast

Santa Barbara Polo Club

Elena de Meyer

Rocky Mountain

Aspen Valley Polo Club

Bento Da Silva

Southeastern

Overbook Polo Club Triangle Area Polo Club

Robert Dick Dr. Chelsey Miller

Southwestern

East Texas Polo Club San Antonio Polo Club Willowbend Polo Club

Janet King Patrick MacLeod Sophie Gleeson

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CLUB PONY OF THE YEAR AWARD The Club Pony of the Year Award is presented by the Association to ponies nominated by their club. 2016 RECIPIENTS

Circuit

Club

Name (Owner)

Border

Pie Town Polo Club

Salveira (Adren Nance)

Eastern

Brandywine Polo Club Mountain View Polo Club Red Eagle Polo Club

Cakebread (Lory Eighme) Margarita (Jose Pasten) Arapahoe (Dante Tedaldi)

Hawaiian Islands

Honolulu Polo Club Mauna Kea Polo Club

Whoops (Greg McIntosh) Hercules (Jason Lau)

Midstates

Cincinnati Polo Club

Stella (Saina Gerber)

Northeastern

Westchester Polo Club Yale Polo Club

Persia(Minnie Keating) Jambalaya (Yale Polo )

Pacific Coast

Santa Barbara Polo Club

Corky (John Westley)

Southeastern

Overbrook Polo Club Triangle Area Polo Club

Secretaria(Manon DeSailly-Chanson) Blondi (Tammy Havener)

East Texas Polo Club San Antonio Polo Club Willow Bend Polo Club

Jubilee (Ricardo Sanchez) India (Ursula Lipari) Duquesa (Robert Payne)

Southwestern

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(Westchester Cup) Rich; No. 2, Frederick M. Freake; No. 3, Patteson W. Nickalls; Back, Lord John Wodehouse and Capt. J. Hardress Lloyd. 1911 UNITED STATES (4 1/2-3, 4 1/2-3 1/2) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Lawrence Waterbury; No. 2, James M. Waterbury Jr., No. 3, Harry Payne Whitney; Back, Devereux Milburn. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Capt. Leslie St. C. Cheape; No. 2, A. Noel Edwards; No. 3, Capt. J. Hardress Lloyd; Back, Capt. Herbert H. Wilson. 1913 UNITED STATES (5 1/2-3, 4 1/2-4 1/4) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Lawrence Waterbury and Louis E. Stoddard; No. 2, James M. Waterbury Jr. and Lawrence Waterbury; No. 3, Harry Payne Whitney; Back, Devereux Milburn. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Capt. Leslie St. C. Cheape; No. 2, A. Noel Edwards and Frederick M. Freake; No. 3, Capt. Ralph G. Ritson; Back, Capt. Vivian N. Lockett. 1914 GREAT BRITAIN (8 1/2-3, 4-2 3/4) at Meadow Brook. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Capt. Henry A. Tomkinson; No. 2,

1886 GREAT BRITAIN (10-4, 14-2) at Newport, R.I. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Capt. Thomas Hone; No. 2, Hon. Richard Lawley; No. 3, Capt. Malcolm Little; Back, John Watson. UNITED STATES: No. 1, William K. Thorn; No. 2, Raymond Belmont; No. 3, Foxhall P. Keene; Back, Thomas Hitchcock. 1902 GREAT BRITAIN (1-2, 6-1, 7-1) at Hurlingham. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Cecil P. Nickalls; No. 2, Patteson W. Nickalls and Frederick M. Freake; No. 3, Walter Buckmaster and George A. Miller; Back, Charles D. Miller and Walter Buckmaster. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Rodolphe L. Agassiz and James M. Waterbury Jr.; No. 2, John E. Cowdin and Lawrence Waterbury; No. 3, Foxhall P. Keene; Back, Lawrence Waterbury and Rodolpe L. Agassiz. 1909 UNITED STATES (9-5, 8-2) at Hurlingham. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Lawrence Waterbury; No. 2, James M. Waterbury Jr.; No. 3, Harry Payne Whitney; Back, Devereux Milburn. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Capt. Herbert H. Wilson and Harry 183


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® Capt. Leslie St. C. Cheape; No. 3, Maj. Frederick W. Barrett; Back, Capt. Vivian N. Lockett. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Rene LaMontagne; No. 2, James M. Waterbury Jr.; No. 3, Devereux Milburn and Lawrence Waterbury; Back, Lawrence Waterbury and Devereux Milburn. UNITED STATES (11-4, 10-6) at Hurlingham. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Louis E. Stoddard; No. 2, Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; No. 3, J. Watson Webb; Back, Devereux Milburn. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Lt. Col. Henry A. Tomkinson; No. 2, Maj. Frederick W. Barrett; No. 3, Lord John Wodehouse; Back, Maj. Vivian N. Lockett. UNITED STATES (16-5, 14-5) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, J. Watson Webb; No. 2, Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; No. 3, Malcolm Stevenson and Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.; Back, Devereux Milburn. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Maj. Thomas W. Kirkwood and Lt. Col. Teignmouth P. Melvill; No. 2, Maj. Frank B. Hurndall and Maj. Geoffrey H. Phipps Hornby; No. 3, Maj. Eric G. Atkinson; Back, Lewis L. Lacey. UNITED STATES (13-3, 8-5) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, J. Watson Webb; No. 2, Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; No. 3, Malcolm Stevenson; Back, Devereux Milburn. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Capt. Claude E. Pert and Capt. Richard George; No. 2, Maj. Austin H. Williams and Capt. John P. Dening; No. 3, Capt. Charles T.I. Roark; Back, Maj. Eric G. Atkinson. UNITED STATES (10-5, 14-9) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Eric Pedley; No. 2, Earle A. S. Hopping; No. 3, Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; Back, Winston F.C. Guest. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Gerald Balding; No. 2, Lewis L. Lacey; No. 3, Capt. Charles T.I. Roark; Back, Humphrey P. Guinness.

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1936 UNITED STATES (10-9, 8-6) at Hurlingham. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Eric Pedley; No. 2, Michael G. Phipps; No. 3, Stewart B. Iglehart; Back, Winston F.C. Guest. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Hesketh H. Hughes; No. 2, Gerald Balding; No. 3, Eric H. TyrellMartin; Back, Humphrey P. Guinness. 1939 UNITED STATES (11-7, 9-4) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Michael G. Phipps; No. 2, Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; No. 3, Stewart B. Iglehart; Back, Winston F.C. Guest. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Bob Skene; No. 2, Aidan Roark; No. 3, Gerald Balding; Back, Eric H. Tyrell-Martin. 1992 UNITED STATES (8-7) at Guards Polo Club. UNITED STATES: No. 1, John Gobin; No. 2, Adam Snow; No. 3, Owen Rinehart; Back, Robert Walton. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, William Lucas; No. 2, Cody Forsyth; No. 3, Alan Kent; Back, Howard Hipwood. 1997 GREAT BRITAIN (12-9) at Guards Polo Club. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Julio Arellano, No. 2, Michael Azzaro, No. 3, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Back, John B. Goodman. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, William Lucas, No. 2, Cody Forsyth, No. 3, Howard Hipwood, Back, Andrew Hine. 2009 ENGLAND (10-9) at International Polo Club Palm Beach. ENGLAND: No. 1, James Beim, No. 2, Mark Tomlinson, No. 3, Eduardo Novillo Astrada, No. 4, Luke Tomlinson. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Jeffrey Blake, No. 2, Jeffrey Hall, No. 3, Adam Snow, No. 4, Nicolas Roldan. 2013 ENGLAND (12-11) at Guards Polo Club ENGLAND: No. 1, James Beim, No. 2, Mark Tomlinson, No. 3, John Paul Clarkin, No. 4, Luke Tomlinson. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Marc Ganzi, No. 2, Pablo Pieres, No. 3, Nicolas Roldan, No. 4, Michael Azzaro.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 INTERNATIONAL POLO AUSTRALASIA vs. UNITED STATES (Westchester Cup)

1988 UNITED STATES (10-3, 6-9) at Lexington. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Joey Casey; No. 2, Jake Sieber; No. 3, Bart Evans; Back, Jeff Atkinson.

AUSTRALASIA: No. 1, Graham Bray; No. 2, Stuart Gilmore; No. 3, Jaime Mackay; Back, Graham Thomas.

INTERNATIONAL POLO GREAT BRITAIN vs. UNITED STATES (Coronation Cup) 1971 UNITED STATES (9-6) at Cowdray Park. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Ronald Tongg; No. 2, William R. Linfoot; No. 3, Harold L. Barry; Back, Harold A. (Joe) Barry. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Mark Vestey; No. 2, Howard Hipwood; No. 3, Julian Hipwood; Back, Paul Withers. 1972 UNITED STATES (6-3) at Windsor Park. UNITED STATES: No. 1, William Cort Linfoot; No. 2, William R. Linfoot; No. 3, Roy M. Barry Jr.; Back, Harold L. Barry. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Julian Hipwood; No. 2, Howard Hipwood; No. 3, Paul Withers; Back, Major Ronald Ferguson.

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1987 UNITED STATES (8-7) at Windsor Park. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Michael Azzaro; No. 2, Robert Walton; No. 3, Owen Rinehart; Back, Dale Smicklas. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, William Lucas; No. 2, Alan Kent; No. 3, Julian Hipwood; Back, Howard Hipwood.

1988 GREAT BRITAIN (8-7) at Windsor Park. GREAT BRITAIN: No. 1, Andrew Seavill; No. 2, Julian Hipwood; No. 3, John Horswell; Back, Lord Charles Beresford. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Mark Egloff; No. 2, Michael Azzaro; No. 3, Robert Walton; Back, Dale Smicklas.

INTERNATIONAL POLO ARGENTINA vs. UNITED STATES (Copa de las Americas) 1928 UNITED STATES (7-6, 7-10, 13-7) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, W.Averell Harriman; No. 2, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., and Earle A.S. Hopping; No. 3, Malcolm Stevenson and Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; Back, Winston F.C. Guest. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Arturo Kenny; No. 2, Juan D. Nelson; No. 3, Juan B. Miles; Back, Luis L. Lacey. 1932 UNITED STATES (9-6, 7-8, 12-10) at Buenos Aires. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Michael G. Phipps; No. 2, Elmer J. Boeseke Jr.; No. 3, Winston F.C. Guest; Back, William Post II. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Arturo Kenny; No. 2, Juan D. Nelson and Martin Reynal; No. 3, Jose Reynal; Back, Manuel Andrada. 1936 ARGENTINA (21-9, 8-4) at Meadow Brook. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Luis Duggan; No. 2, Roberto Cavanagh; No. 3, Andres Gazzotti; Back, Manuel Andrada. UNITED STATES: No. 1, George H. Bostwick; No. 2, Gerald Balding; No. 3, Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; Back, John Hay Whitney. 1950 ARGENTINA (14-10, 11-7) at Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Juan Cavanagh; No. 2, Roberto Cavanagh; No. 3, Enrique Alberdi; Back, Juan C. Alberdi. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Delmar Carroll; No. 2, Peter Perkins; No. 3, George K. Oliver; Back, Lewis Smith. 1966 ARGENTINA (10-6, 14-10) at Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Gaston Dorignac; No. 2, Horacio Heguy; No. 3, Juan Carlos Harriott Jr.; Back, Francisco Dorignac. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Northrup R. Knox; No. 2, William R. Linfoot; No. 3, Roy Barry Jr.; Back, Harold L. Barry. 186

1969 ARGENTINA (12-6, 18-6) at Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA; No. 1, Horacio Heguy; No. 2, Gaston Dorignac; No. 3, Juan Carlos Harriott Jr.; Back, Francisco Dorignac. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Bennie Gutierrez and Ray Harrington Jr.; No. 2, Northrup R. Knox; No. 3, William R. Linfoot; Back, Harold L. Barry. 1979 ARGENTINA (18-6) at Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Alberto Heguy; No. 2, Horacio Heguy; No. 3, Juan Carlos Harriott Jr.; Back, Alfredo Harriott. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Charles W. Smith; No. 2, Thomas Wayman; No. 3, Lester Armour III; Back, Harold A. (Joe) Barry. ARGENTINA (16-6) at Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Alberto Heguy; No. 2, Horacio Heguy; No. 3, Juan Carlos Harriott Jr.; Back, Alfredo Harriott. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Lester Armour III; No. 2, Thomas Wayman; No. 3, Harold A. (Joe) Barry; Back, Roy M. Barry Jr. 1980 ARGENTINA (11-8) at San Antonio, Texas. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Alberto Heguy; No. 2, Horacio Heguy; No. 3, Juan Carlos Harriott Jr.; Back, Alfredo Harriott. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Guillermo Gracida Jr., No. 2, Thomas Wayman; No. 3, Lester Armour III; Back, Harold A. (Joe) Barry. ARGENTINA (10-6) at San Antonio, Texas. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Alberto Heguy; No. 2, Horacio Heguy; No. 3, Juan Carlos Harriott Jr.; Back, Alfredo Harriott. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Guillermo Gracida Jr; No. 2, ThomasWayman;No. 3, Lester Armour III; Back, Harold A. (Joe) Barry.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 INTERNATIONAL POLO MEXICO vs. UNITED STATES (General Manuel Avila Camacho Cup) cida; No. 2, Guillermo Gracida Jr.; No. 3, Javier Rodriguez Luna; Back, Pablo Rincon Gallardo. UNITED STATES: No. 1, William S. Farish III; No. 2, Charles W. Smith; No. 3, Roy M. Barry Jr.; Back, Richard C. Latham. 1981 MEXICO (11-6) at the Retama Polo Center, San Antonio, Texas. MEXICO: No. 1, Ruben Gracida; No. 2, Carlos Gracida; No. 3, Guillermo Gracida Jr.; Back, Pablo Rincon Gallardo. UNITED STATES: No. 1, William C. Linfoot; No. 2, Charles SmithNo. 3, Harold A. (Joe) Barry; Back, Robin Uihlein. UNITED STATES (9-8) UNITED STATES: No. 1, William C. Linfoot; No. 2, Charles Smith; No. 2, Harold A. (Joe) Barry; Back, Owen Rinehart. MEXICO: No. 1, Ruben Gracida; No. 2, Carlos Gracida; No. 3, Guillermo Gracida Jr.; Back, Pablo Rincon Gallardo. MEXICO (13-9) MEXICO: No. 1, Ruben Gracida; No. 2, Carlos Gracida; No. 3, Guillermo Gracida Jr.; Back, Pablo Rincon Gallardo. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Seth Herndon; No. 2, Robert E. Walton; No. 3, Harold A. (Joe) Barry; Back, William C. Linfoot; Alternates: Robin Uihlein, Owen Rinehart and Charles Smith. 1988 MEXICO (9-6) at Palm Beach Polo & Country Club. MEXICO: No. 1, Roberto Gonzalez Gracida; No. 2, Carlos Gracida; No. 3, Guillermo Gracida Jr.; Back, Ruben Gracida. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Robert Walton; No. 2, Thomas Wayman; No. 3, Owen Rinehart; Back, Dale Smicklas. 2009 MEXICO (16-15) at Villages Polo Club, Florida. MEXICO: No. 1, Jesus Escapite, No. 2, Carlos Gracida, No. 3, Guillermo Gracida, No. 4, Julio Gracida. UNITED STATES: No. 1, John Gobin, No. 2, Carlos Arellano, No. 3, Kris Kampsen, No. 4, Thomas Biddle Jr.

1941 UNITED STATES (6-5, 6-4, 12-4) at Mexico City. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Michael G. Phipps and Henry Lewis; No. 2, Cecil Smith; No. 3, Winston F.C. Guest; Back, Harry Evinger. MEXICO : No. 1, Gabriel Gracida and Eduardo Gallardo; No. 2, Jesus Grijalva and Antonio Nava; No. 3, Alberto Ramos Sesma and Juan Gracia; Back, Guillermo Cisneros and Alberto Ramos Sesma. 1946 (September) UNITED STATES (10-4, 114) at Meadow Brook. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Michael G. Phipps; No. 2, Cecil Smith; No. 3, Stewart B. Iglehart; Back, Peter Perkins. MEXICO: No. 1, Gabriel Gracida; No. 2, Guillermo Gracida; No. 3, Alejandro Gracida; Back, Jose Gracida. 1946 (November) UNITED STATES (7-0, 11-9, 5-4) at San Antonio. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Stephen Sanford; No. 2, Cecil Smith and William Barry; No. 3, Stewart B. Iglehart and Cecil Smith; Back, John T. Mather. MEXICO: No. 1, Gabriel Gracida and Antonio Herrera; No. 2, Guillermo Gracida; No. 3, Alejandro Gracida; Back, Jose Gracida. 1974 UNITED STATES (9-4, 9-6, 9-4) at Juarez, Mexico. UNITED STATES: No. 1, Russell G. Corey; No. 2, Allan D. Scherer; No. 3, Lester Armour III; Back, Robert D. Beveridge. MEXICO: No. 1, Francisco Camarena; No. 2, Julio Muller; No. 3, Alberto Muller; Back, Pablo Rincon Gallardo. 1975 UNITED STATES (8-7, 4-12, 10-9) at Juarez, Mexico. UNITED STATES: No. 1, William Sinclaire; No. 2, Thomas Wayman; No. 3, Lester Armour III; Back, Robert D. Beveridge. MEXICO: No. 1, Francisco Camarena; No. 2, Javier Rodriguez; No. 3, Antonio Herrera; Back, Pablo Rincon Gallardo. 1976 MEXICO (7-4, 14-6, 12-5) at Houston, Texas. MEXICO: No. 1, Guillermo Gra187


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1987 ARGENTINA (3-0-1) at Buenos Aires, Argentina. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Diego Dodero; No. 2, Martin Vidou; No. 3, Esteban Panelo; Back, Pablo Sirvent; Alternates, Bautista Heguy, Francisco Braun, Francisco Crotto. MEXICO: No. 1, Javier Celis; No. 2, Armando Gonzalez Gracida; No. 3, Valerio Aguilar; Back, Manuel Nava Ayon; Alternates, Pablo Rincon Gallardo, Javier Aguilar. 1989 UNITED STATES (7-6) at Maifeld, Berlin, F.R.G.UNITED STATES: No.1, Julio Arellano; No. 2, John Wigdahl, No. 3, Charles Bostwick, Back, Horton Schwartz. ENGLAND:No.1,James Lucas; No.2, William Lucas;No.3,Alex Brodie; Back,Jason Dixon. 1992 ARGENTINA (12-7) at Santiago, Chile, ARGENTINA: No. 1, Francisco Bensadon; No. 2, Delfin Uranga; No. 3, Marcos Di Paola; Back, Patricio Garrahan. CHILE: No. 1, Jaime Garcia Huidobro; No. 2, Jose Donoso; No. 3, Rodrigo Vial; Back, Jose Rebolar. 1995 BRAZIL (11-10) at St. Moritz, Switzerland, BRAZIL: No. 1, Olavo Novaes; No. 2, Ubirarajara Andrade; No. 3, Eduardo Junqueira; Back, Luiz C. Figueira de Mello. ARGENTINA: No. 1, Gonzalo Von Wernich; No. 2, Lucas Monteverde; No. 3, Javier Novillo Astrada; Back, Ignacio Figueras. 1998 ARGENTINA (13-8) at Santa Barbara, USA, ARGENTINA: No. 1 Lucas Labat; No. 2, Pablo Spinacci; No. 3, Gerardo Collardin; Back, Ramiro Guinazu. BRAZIL: No. 1, Luis Bastos; No. 2, Olavo Novaes; No. 3, Angelo Bastos; Back, Calao Mello.

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2001 BRAZIL (10-9) at Werribee Park, Melbourne, Australia, BRAZIL: No. 1, Luiz Junqueira, No. 2, Aluisio Rosa, No. 3, Rodrigo Andrade, Back, Olavo Novaes. AUSTRALIA: No. 1, Drew Slack-Smith, No. 2, Andrew Williams, No. 3, Mark Field, Back, Damien Johnston. 2004 BRAZIL (10-9) at Chantilly, France, BRAZIL: No. 1, Luiz Diniz Junqueira, No. 2, Pedro Henrique Ganon, No. 3, Luiz Carlos Figueira de Mello, Back, Renato Diniz Junqueira. ENGLAND: No. 1, Andrew Blake-Thomas, No. 2, Matthew Lodder, No. 3, Thomas Morley, Back, James Harper. 2008 CHILE (11-9) at Mexico City, Mexico. CHILE: No. 1 Recaredo Ossa, No. 2 Romano Vercellino, No. 3 Alejandro Vial, No. 4 Matias Vial; BRAZIL: No. 1 Gustavo Toledo, No. 2 Renato Junqueira, No. 3 Pedro Ganon, No. 4 Caio Siquini. 2011 ARGENTINA (12-10) at San Luis, Argentina. ARGENTINA: Pablo Llorente, Alfredo Capella, Martín Inchauspe, Salvador Jauretche; BRAZIL: Beto Junqueira, Pedro Junqueira, Zende Junqueira, Joao Novaes. 2015 CHILE (11-10) at San Cristobal, Santiago, Chile. CHILE: Mario Silva, Ignacio Vial, Felipe Vercellino, Jose Miguel Pereira; UNITED STATES: Remy du Celliee Muller, Jesse Bray, Felipe Viana, Patrick Uretz.


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United States Open Polo Championship®

1904 Wanderers (C. Randolph Snowden, John E. Cowdin, James M. Waterbury Jr., Lawrence Waterbury) 4 1/2; Freebooters 3 at Van Cortlandt Park. 1905-1909 Inclusive-Not played for. 1910 Ranelagh (Riversdale N. Grenfell, Francis Grenfell, Earl of Rocksavage, Frederick A. Gill) 7 3/4; Point Judith Perroquets, 3 3/4 at Narragansett Pier. 1911 Not played for. 1912 Cooperstown (Francis S. von Stade, C h a r l e s C . R u m s e y, C h a r l e s P. Beadleston, Malcolm Stevenson ) 9; Bryn Mawr 5 3/4 at Narragansett Pier. 1913 Cooperstown (Francis S. von Stade, C h a r l e s C . R u m s e y, C h a r l e s P. Beadleston, Malcolm Stevenson) 7; Point Judith 2 1/2 at Narragansett Pier. 1914 Meadow Brook Magpies (Norcross L. Tilney, J. Watson Webb, William G. Loew, Howard Phipps) 11; Point Judith Narragansett 8 3/4 at Narragansett Pier. 1915 Not played for. 1916 Meadow Brook (Howard Phipps, Charles C. Rumsey, William G. Loew, Devereux Milburn) 8; Coronado 3 at Meadow Brook. 1917-1918 Inclusive-Not played for..

1919 Meadow Brook (Frederick H. Prince Jr., J. Watson Webb, Francis S. von Stade, Devereux Milburn) 5; Cooperstown 4 at Bala. 1920 Meadow Brook (Frederick H. Prince Jr., J. Watson Webb, Robert E. Strawbridge Sr., Devereux Milburn) 12; Cooperstown 3 at Meadow Brook. 1921 Great Neck (Louis E. Stoddard, Rodman Wanamaker, 2nd, J. Watson Webb, Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.) 8; Rockaway 6 at Bala. 1922 Argentine (Juan B. Miles, Juan D. Nelson, David B. Miles, Luis L. Lacey) 14; Meadow Brook 7 at Rumson. 1923 Meadow Brook (Raymond Belmont, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., Robert E. Strawbridge Jr., Devereux Milburn) 12; British Army 9 at Meadow Brook. 1924 Midwick (Edgar G. Miller, Eric L. Pedley, Arthur P. Perkins, Carleton F. Burke) 6; Wanderers 5 at Meadow Brook. 1925 Orange County (W. Averell Harriman, J.Watson Webb, Malcolm Stevenson, John C. Cowdin) 11; Meadow Brook 9 at Meadow Brook. 1926 Hurricanes (Stephen Sanford, Eric L. Pedley, Capt. Charles T.I. Roark, Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.) 7; Argentine 6 at Meadow Brook. 190


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1927 Sands Point (W. Averell Harriman, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., John C. Cowdin, Louis E. Stoddard) 11; Army-in -India 7 at Meadow Brook. 1928 Meadow Brook (Cornelius V. Whitney, Winston F.C. Guest, Juan B. Miles, Malcolm Stevenson) 8; United States Army 5 at Meadow Brook. 1929 Hurricanes (Stephen Sanford, Capt. Charles T.I. Roark, J. Watson Webb, Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.) 11; Sands Point 7 at Meadow Brook. 1930 Hurricanes (Stephen Sanford, Eric L. Pedley, Capt. Charles T.I. Roark, Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.) 6; Templeton 5 at Meadow Brook. 1931 Santa Paula (Andres Gazzotti, Juan J. Reynal, Jose J. Reynal, Manuel Andrada) 11; Hurricanes 8 at Meadow Brook. 1932 Templeton (Michael G. Phipps, Winston F.C. Guest, Stewart B. Iglehart, Raymond R. Guest) 16; Greentree 3 at Meadow Brook. 1933 Aurora (Seymour H. Knox, James P. Mills, Elbridge T. Gerry, Elmer J. Boeseke Jr.) 14; Greentree 11 at Meadow Brook. 1934 Templeton (Michael G. Phipps, Winston F.C. Guest, Stewart B. Iglehart, Raymond R. Guest) 10; Aurora 7 at Meadow Brook. 1935 Greentree (George H. Bostwick, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., Gerald Balding, John H. Whitney) 7; Aurora 6 at Meadow Brook. 1936 Greentree (George H. Bostwick, Gerald Balding, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., John H. Whitney) 11; Templeton 10 at Meadow Brook. 1937 Old Westbury (Michael G. Phipps, Cecil Smith, Stewart B. Iglehart, Cornelius V. Whitney) 11; Greentree 6 at Meadow Brook. 1938 Old Westbury (Michael G. Phipps, Cecil Smith, Stewart B. Iglehart, Cornelius V. Whitney) 16; Greentree 7 at Meadow Brook. 1939 Bostwick Field (George H. Bostwick, Robert L. Gerry Jr., Elbridge T. Gerry, Eric H. Tyrell-Martin) 8; Greentree 7 at Meadow Brook. 1940 Aknusti (Gerard S. Smith, Robert L. Gerry Jr., Elbridge T. Gerry, Alan L. Corey Jr.) 5; Great Neck 4 at Meadow Brook. 1941 Gulf Stream (John H.A. Phipps, Michael G. Phipps, Charles S. von Stade, Alan L. Corey Jr.) 10; Aknusti 6 at Meadow Brook. 1942-1945 Inclusive-Not played for. 1946 Mexico (Gabriel Gracida, Guillermo Gracida, Alejandro Gracida, Jose Gracida) 11; Los Amigos 9 at Meadow Brook.

1947 Old Westbury (Clarence C. Combs Jr., Pedro Silvero, Stewart B. Iglehart, George Oliver) 10; Mexico 7 at Meadow Brook. 1948 Hurricanes (Stephen Sanford, J. J. Larry Sheerin, Peter Perkins, Cecil Smith) 7; Great Neck 6 at Meadow Brook. 1949 Hurricanes (Larry J. Sheerin, Roberto Cavanagh, Cecil Smith, Stephen Sanford) 10; El Trebol 4 at Meadow Brook. 1950 Bostwick Field (George H. Bostwick, George K. Oliver, Alan L. Corey Jr., Devereux Milburn Jr.) 7; California 5 at Meadow Brook. 1951 Milwaukee (Pedro Silvero, Peter Perkins, George K. Oliver, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 6; Meadow Brook 2 at Meadow Brook. 1952 Beverly Hills (Robert Fletcher, Tony Veen, Bob Skene, Carlton Beal) 9; San Francisco 6 at Beverly Hills. 1953 Meadow Brook (Henry Lewis III, Philip L.B. Iglehart, Alan L. Corey Jr., George H. Bostwick) 7; Chicago 4 at Meadow Brook. 1954 C.C.C.-Meadow Brook (A. Donald Beveridge, George H. Bostwick, Alan L. Corey Jr., Harold Barry) 10; Brandywine 5 at Oak Brook. 1955 C.C.C. (A. Donald Beveridge, William Linfoot, Paul (Bill) Barry, Harold Barry) 9; Brandywine 8 at Oak Brook. 1956 Brandywine (Raworth Williams, Ray Harrington Jr., Clarence C. Combs Jr., William A. Mayer) 11; Aurora 10 at Oak Brook. 1957 Detroit C.C.C. (A. Donald Beveridge, Robert Beveridge, George K. Oliver, Harold Barry) 13; Aiken 3 at Oak Brook. 1958 Dallas(Raworth Williams, William R. Linfoot, Bob Skene, Luis Ramos) 7; Solo Cup 5 at Oak Brook. 1959 Circle F (Delmar Carroll, Ray Harrington Jr., William A. Mayer, Russell Firestone) 8; Aurora 7 at Oak Brook. 1960 Oak Brook C.C.C. (A. Donald Beveridge, Wayne Brown, Cecil Smith, Harold Barry) 8; Royal Palm 5 at Oak Brook. 1961 Milwaukee (Guillermo Gracida, Julio Muller, George Oliver, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 13; Beaver Ridge Farm 9 at Oak Brook. 1962 Santa Barbara (Ronald Tongg, William Linfoot, Bob Skene, Roy Barry Jr.) 8; Royal Palm 7 at Oak Brook. 1963 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, Ray Harrington Jr., Harold Barry, Robert D. Beveridge)7; Crescents 6 at Santa Barbara. 191


2017 1964 Concar Oak Brook (Leslie L. Linfoot, Charles W. Smith, Julio Muller, Jack Murphy) 10; Solo Cup Crescents 9 at Oak Brook. 1965 Oak Brook-Santa Barbara (Ronald Tongg, Charles W. Smith, William R. Linfoot, Jack Murphy) 11; Bunntyco 5 at Oak Brook. 1966 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, Ray Harrington Jr., Harold L. Barry, Jack Murphy) 10; Fountain Grove 5 at Santa Barbara. 1967 Bunntyco-Oak Brook(Delmar Carroll, Ray Harrington Jr., Jack Murphy, Richard Bunn) 8; Milwaukee 2 at Oak Brook. 1968 Midland (George Landreth, Ray Harrington Jr., Roy Barry Jr., Harold A. (Joe) Barry) 9; Milwaukee 8 at Memphis. 1969 Tulsa Greenhill (James R. Sharp, Thomas Wayman, Ray Harrington Jr., William G. Atkinson) 11; Milwaukee 10 at Oak Brook. 1970 Tulsa Greenhill (James R. Sharp, Reuben Evans, Harold L. Barry, Harold A. (Joe) Barry) 9; Oak Brook 5 at Oak Brook. 1971 Oak Brook (Hugo Dalmar Jr.,Charles W. Smith, Allan Scherer, Robert D. Beveridge) 8; Tulsa Greenhill 7 at Oak Brook. 1972 Milwaukee (William T. Ylvisaker, Thomas Wayman, Bennie Gutierrez, Robert A. Uihlein III) 9; Tulsa 5 at Oak Brook. 1973 Oak Brook (Hugo Dalmar Jr., William G. Atkinson, Charles W. Smith, Robert D. Beveridge) 9; Willow Bend 4 at Oak Brook. 1974 Milwaukee (Delmar W. Carroll, Thomas Wayman, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Robert A. Uihlein III) 7; Houston 6 at Oak Brook. 1975 Milwaukee (James I. Uihlein, Thomas Wayman, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Robert A. Uihlein III) 14; Tulsa-Dallas 6 at Oak Brook. 1976 Willow Bend (William S. Farish III, Charles W. Smith, Roy M. Barry Jr., Norman Brinker) 10; Tulsa 5 at Oak Brook. 1977 Retama (William Cort Linfoot, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Stephen M. Gose) 11; Wilson Ranch 7 at Oak Brook. 1978 Abercrombie & Kent (Geoffrey Kent, David Wigdahl, Antonio Herrera, Stuart Mackenzie) 7; Tulsa 6 at Oak Brook. 1979 Retama (William Cort Linfoot, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Stephen Gose) 6; Huisache 5 at Retama.

UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 1980 Southern Hills (Seth W. Herndon Jr., Jake Sieber, Thomas Wayman, Ruben Gracida) 9; Willow Bend 6 at Retama. 1981 Rolex A & K (Geoffrey Kent, Joel R. Baker, Antonio Herrera, Stuart Mackenzie) 10; Retama 9 at Retama. 1982 Retama (Stephen Gose, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Ruben Gracida, Carlos Gracida) 11; Tulsa 6 at Retama. 1983 Ft. Lauderdale (John C. Oxley, Fortunato Gomez Romero, Bart Evans, Ruben Gracida) 8; Retama 5 at Retama. 1984 Retama (Thomas Gose, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Stephen Gose) 12; Ft. Lauderdale 9 at Retama. 1985 Carter Ranch (Preston Carter, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Carlos Gracida, Pablo Rincon Gallardo) 10; Ft. Lauderdale 8 at Retama. 1986 Retama II (Michael V. Azzaro, Thomas Wayman, Owen Rinehart, Thomas Gose) 8; Ft. Lauderdale 7 at Retama. 1987 Aloha (Robert Fell, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Warren Scherer) 10; Los Potros 9 at Eldorado. 1988 Les Diables Bleus (Ted Moore, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Guy Wildenstein) 11; Coca-Cola 8 at Lexington. 1989 Les Diables Bleus (Alejandro Agote, Juan I. Merlos, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Guy Wildenstein) 9; Black Bears 7 at Lexington. 1990 Les Diables Bleus (Sebastian Merlos, Juan I. Merlos, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Guy Wildenstein, Julio Arellano) 9; Hanalei Bay 5 at Lexington. 1991 Grant’s Farm Manor (William Busch, Michael V. Azzaro, Carlos Gracida, Andrew Busch) 9; Michelob Dry 8 at Lexington. 1992 Hanalei Bay (Julio Arellano, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Ronald Bonaguidi) 13; Fish Creek 6 at Eldorado. 1993 Gehache (Ruben Gracida, Michael V. Azzaro, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Glen Holden Sr., Joe Wayne Barry) 11; Fish Creek 10 at Eldorado. 1994 Aspen Polo (Eugene Kneece III, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Douglas Matthews) 8; White Birch 7 at Meadowbrook. 1995 Outback Steakhouse (Julio Arellano, Sebastian Merlos, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Timothy Gannon) 15; White Birch 6 at Meadowbrook. 192


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 1996 Outback Polo (Valerio Aguilar, Michael V. Azzaro, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Timothy Gannon, Jeffrey Blake) 16; Casa Manila 9 at Palm Beach. 1997 Isla Carroll (Martin Estrada, Michael V. Azzaro, Guillermo Gracida Jr., John B. Goodman) 10; White Birch 6 at Palm Beach. 1998 Escue (Nicolas Roldan, Sebastian Merlos, Juan I. Merlos, Stuart Erskine) 13; Isla Carroll 10 at Palm Beach. 1999 Outback (Timothy Gannon, Jeffrey Blake, Adolfo Cambiaso, Bartolome Castagnola) 13; Pony Express 9 at Palm Beach. 2000 Outback (Philip O. Heatley, Bartolome Castagnola, Adolfo Cambiaso, Sunny Hale) 11; Everglades 8 at Palm Beach. 2001 Outback (Adolfo Cambiaso, Fabio Diniz, Christopher Gannon, Santiago Chavanne)14; Orchard Hill 12 at Palm Beach. 2002 Coca-Cola (Gillian Johnston, Adam Snow, Miguel Novillo Astrada, Thomas Biddle Jr. Jr.) 13; Orchard Hill 10 at Royal Palm. 2003 C-Spear (Thomas B. Boyle III, Matias G. Magrini, Carlos Gracida, Jeffrey Hall) 14; Lechuza 7 at Royal Palm. 2004 Isla Carroll (John B. Goodman, Stuart Erskine, Francisco Bensadon, Guillermo Gracida Jr.) 10; White Birch 6 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2005 White Birch (Julio F. Gracida, Lucas A. Criado, Mariano Aguerre, Peter M. Brant, Delmar C. Walton, Martin Ravina) 11; Skeeterville 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2006 Las Monjitas (Ignacio Novillo Astrada, Eduardo Novillo Astrada, Adam Snow, Camilo Bautista) 12; Orchard Hill 6 at International Polo Club Palm Beach.

2007 Crab Orchard (Matias G. Magrini, David Stirling, Adolfo Cambiaso, George R. Rawlings) 15; Jedi 14 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2008 Crab Orchard (George Rawlings, Adolfo Cambiaso, Jeffrey Blake, Ignacio Heguy) 15; Las Monjitas 12 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2009 Audi (Marc Ganzi, Facundo Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres Jr., Nicolas Pieres) 9; Las Monjitas 8 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2010 Crab Orchard (George Rawlings, Julio Arellano, Adolfo Cambiaso, Hilario Ulloa) 13; Audi 8 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2011 Lechuza Caracas (Victor Vargas, Guillermo Caset, Martin Espain, Juan Martin Nero, Matthew Coppola) 8; Audi 6 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2012 Zacara (Facundo Pieres, Lyndon Lea, Cristian J. Laprida, Michael V. Azzaro) 10; Lechuza Caracas 8 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2013 Zacara (Facundo Pieres, Lyndon Lea, Cristian J. Laprida, Michael Vincent Azzaro) 16;Valiente 13 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2014 Alegria (Julian G. Mannix, Clemente Zavaleta, Mariano Aguerre, Hilario Ulloa) 11; Valiente 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2015 Valiente (Robert P. Jornayvaz III, Alejo Taranco, Guillermo Terrera, Adolfo Cambiaso, Guillermo Caset) 11; Orchard Hill 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2016 Orchard Hill (Steve Van Andel, Facundo Pieres, Julian de Lusarreta, Juan Martin Nero)13; Dubai 12 at International Polo Club Palm Beach.

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C. V. Whitney Cup (Formerly the U.S. Handicap) 1979 Tulsa (E.R. Albert III, Thomas Wayman, Lester Armour III, Seth W. Herndon Jr.) 12; Ft. Lauderdale 11 at Retama. 1980 Tulsa (E.R. Albert III, Fortunato Gomez Romero, A.J.H. “Podger” el Effendi, Robert E. Walton) 12; Retama 11 at Retama. 1981 Ft. Lauderdale (Ruben Gracida, Jake Sieber, Bart Evans, John C. Oxley) 10; Tulsa 8 at Retama. 1982 Southern Hills (Seth Herndon, Thomas Wayman, Owen Rinehart, Charles W. Smith, Bobby Barry) 11; Valdina 8 at Retama. 1983 San Antonio (Charles Bostwick, Charles Armstrong, Richard Bostwick, Calixto Garcia Velez Velez) 14; Valdina Farms 8 at Retama. 1984 San Antonio (Charles Bostwick, Charles Armstrong, Stewart Armstrong, Calixto Garcia Velez Velez) 9; Old Pueblo 8 at Retama. 1985 Texas Lone Star (James Newman, Paul Rizzo, Charles W. Smith, Fayyaz Uddin) Old Pueblo (by default) at Retama. 1986 Carter Ranch (Preston Carter, Stewart Armstrong, Charles W. Smith, Fayyaz Uddin) (by forfeit) at Retama. 1987 Maui (Peter Baldwin, Joel Baker, Julio Zavaleta, Joseph Henderson ) 11; Old Pueblo 9 at Eldorado. 1988 Ft. Lauderdale (John C. Oxley, Joey Casey, Ernesto Trotz, Bart Evans) 16; Boca Raton/Johnnie Walker 10 at Lexington.

1989 Ft. Lauderdale (John C. Oxley, Joey Casey, Ernesto Trotz, Bart Evans) 9; Team Michelob 8 at Lexington. 1990 Michelob (Adolphus Busch, Gary Eakin, Owen Rinehart, Dale Smicklas) 11; Fish Creek 9 at Lexington. 1991 Ft. Lauderdale (John C. Oxley, Adolfo Cambiaso, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Joey Casey) 10; Michelob 9 at Lexington. 1992 Millarville (Robert Roenisch, Hector Galindo, Julie Roenisch, Alejandro Diaz Alberdi) 6; Lodsworth/Sidelines 5 at Eldorado. 1993 BTA (John Gobin, Hector Galindo, Owen Rinehart, Harley Stimmel) 14; Revo 7 at Eldorado. 1994 Calumet Farm (Henryk de Kwiatkowski, Alberto Heguy, Eduardo Heguy, Charles Muldoon, Stephan de Kwiatkowski) 9; Revlon 7 at Meadowbrook. 1995 White Birch (Brandon Phillips, Adolfo Cambiaso, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant) 12; Revlon 10 at Meadowbrook. 1996 White Birch (Federico Escobar, Adolfo Cambiaso, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant, Jeff Hall, Dale Schwetz) 13; Pony Express/Grant’s Farm 10 at Palm Beach. 1997 Bud Light (William Busch, Roberto Gonzalez Gracida, Carlos Gracida, Andrew Busch) 11; Michelob 7 at Palm Beach. 1998 Pony Express (Robert Daniels, Francisco Bensadon, Javier Novillo Astrada, Miguel Novillo Astrada) 11; Revlon 9 at Palm Beach. 194


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 1999 Lechuza Caracas (Victor Vargas Sr., Sebastian Merlos, Juan I. Merlos, Sunny Hale) 16; Isla Carroll 11 at Palm Beach. 2000 White Birch (Peter Brant, Fabio Diniz, Carlos Gracida, Andre Diniz) by default at Palm Beach. 2001 White Birch (Bradford W. Blake, Mariano Aguerre, Carlos Gracida, Peter M. Brant) 11; Coca-Cola 8 at Palm Beach. 2002 Lechuza Caracas (Victor Vargas, Sebastian Merlos, Juan I. Merlos, Pascual N. Salatino) 8; Coca-Cola 7 at South Florida. 2003 Las Monjitas (Camilo Bautista, Eduardo Novillo Astrada, Javier Novillo Astrada, Francisco de Narvaez) 10; White Birch 8 at Palm Beach International. 2004 Catamount (Jesus Eloy Escapite, Michael V. Azzaro, Carlos Gracida, W. Scott Devon Jr.) 10; Bendabout 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2005 White Birch (Lucas A. Criado, Julio F. Gracida, Mariano Aguerre, Martin Ravina) 10; Black Watch 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2006 J e d i ( J u a n M a r t i n N e r o , P a b l o MacDonough, Alejandro Agote, Hector Guerrero, Torsten Koch) 8; Lechuza Caracas 6 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2007 Catamount (W. Scott Devon Jr., Nicolas E. Roldan, Adam Snow, Martin Zegers, Joseph W. Stuart)14; White Birch 13 at International Polo Club Palm Beach.

2008 Isla Carroll (John Goodman, Facundo Pieres, Cristian Laprida, Marcos Di Paola) 15; Las Monjitas 12 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2009 Audi (Marc Ganzi, Facundo Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres Jr., Fredrick Mannix) 8; Lechuza Caracas 7 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2010 Crab Orchard (George Rawlings, Julio Arellano, Adolfo Cambiaso, Hilario Ulloa) 11; Valiente 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2011 Lechuza Caracas (Victor Vargas, Guillermo Caset, Martin Espain, Juan Martin Nero, Matthew Coppola) 11; Hawks 7 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2012 Valiente I (Ignacio Novillo Astrada, Miguel Novillo Astrada, Pablo Pieres, Robert P. Jornayvaz III) 10; Valiente II 8 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2013 Alegria (Julian Mannix, Hilario Ulloa, Mariano Aguerre, Facundo Obregon) 14; Lechuza Caracas 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2014 Valiente (Robert P. Jornayvaz III, Santiago Torres, Adolfo Cambiaso, Guillermo Caset Jr., Franco Veronesi) 12; Orchard Hill 8 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2015 Orchard Hill (Steve Van Andel, Facundo Pieres, Pablo Pieres, Ezequiel Martinez Ferrario) 16; Alegria 13 at International Polo Palm Beach. 2016 Orchard Hill (Pablo Pieres, Steve Van Andel, Facundo Pieres, Julian de Lusarreta) 11; Audi 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach.

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USPA Gold Cup ® 1974 Milwaukee (Thomas E. Hughes, Thomas Wayman, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Robert A. Uihlein III) 9; Houston 8 at Oak Brook. 1975 Tulsa-Dallas (Richard C. Latham, Charles W. Smith, Roy M. Barry Jr., John C. Oxley) 9; Milwaukee 8 at Milwaukee. 1976 Willow Bend (William S. Farish III, Charles W. Smith, Roy M. Barry Jr., Norman Brinker) 10; Good Hope Farms 8 at Milwaukee. 1977 Lone Oak (Richard C. Latham, Jake Sieber, Lester Armour III, Seth W. Herndon Jr.) 9; Retama 8 at Milwaukee. 1978 Abercrombie & Kent (Geoffrey Kent, David Wigdahl, Antonio Herrera, Stuart Mackenzie) 8; Wilson Ranch 5 at Milwaukee. 1979 Retama (William Cort Linfoot, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Stephen M. Gose) 10; Chicago/A & K 9 at Palm Beach. 1980 Retama (Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Stephen M. Gose) 11; Boca Raton 9 at Palm Beach. 1981 Boca Raton (Michael D. Carney, Joel R. Baker, Hector Crotto, John T. Oxley) 12; Rolex A&K 11 at Palm Beach.

1982 Boehm-Palm Beach (William W. Ylvisaker, Alfonso Pieres, Gonzalo Tanoira, William T. Ylvisaker) 12; Southern Hills 9 at Palm Beach. 1983 White Birch (Peter Brant, Alfonso Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres, Pablo Pieres) 15; Glenlivet-Scotch of Wellington 11 at Palm Beach. 1984 White Birch ( Alex Farrell, Alfonso Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres, Peter Brant) 9; Steppenwolf 5 at Palm Beach. 1985 Chasqui (Gonzalo Heguy, Horacio S. Heguy, Martin Zubia, Usman Dantata) 11; Ft. Lauderdale 9 at Palm Beach. 1986 White Birch (Dana Fortugno, Alfonso Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres, Juan Bollini) 16; Cartier 8 at Palm Beach. 1987 White Birch (Mariano Aguerre, Alfonso Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres, Peter Brant) 10; Silver Eagle 5 at Palm Beach. 1988 White Birch (Mark Egloff, Alfonso Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres, Peter Brant) 11; Cadillac 8 at Palm Beach. 1989 White Birch (Todd Offen, Mariano Aguerre, Gonzalo Pieres, Peter Brant) 10; Team Michelob 5 at Palm Beach. 1990 Les Diables Bleus (Sebastian Merlos, Juan I. Merlos, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Guy Wildenstein) 16; Bell South Mobility 8 at Palm Beach. 196


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 1991 Cellular One (Adolfo Cambiaso, Luis Lalor, Ernesto Trotz, Adam Lindemann) 8; White Birch 6 at Palm Beach. 1992 Revlon (Javier Tanoira, Esteban Panelo, Cristian Laprida, Michael L. Tarnopol) 12; Cellular One 8 at Palm Beach. 1993 Cellular One (Matthew Gonzalez, Adolfo Cambiaso, Ernesto Trotz, Adam Lindemann) 14; Michelob 4 at Palm Beach. 1994 Michelob (Eugene Kneece III, Adam Snow, Owen Rinehart, Peter Cumming) 10; Pegasus 7 at Palm Beach. 1995 Ellerston White (Lester Armour III, Bautista Heguy, Gonzalo Pieres, Joe Wayne Barry) 13; White Birch 12 at Palm Beach. 1996 White Birch (John Hensley, Adolfo Cambiaso, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant, Federico Escobar) 7; Revlon 6 at Royal Palm. 1997 White Birch (Julio Arellano, Adolfo Cambiaso, Ernesto Trotz, John Hensley, Peter Brant, Mariano Aguerre) 15; Boca Raton 11 at Royal Palm. 1998 White Birch (Jeffrey Blake, Todd Offen, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant, Eugene Kneece) 14; Outback 7 at Royal Palm. 1999 Outback (Jeffrey Blake, Bartolome Castagnola, Adolfo Cambiaso, Timothy Gannon) 10; Isla Carroll 8 at Royal Palm. 2000 Isla Carroll (Guillermo Aguero, Ignacio Heguy, John B. Goodman, Eduardo Heguy, Joe Wayne Barry) 9; Coca Cola 8 at Royal Palm. 2001 Boca Polo (Charles Muldoon, Juan A. Badiola, Juan Bollini, Joey Casey) 10; Coca Cola 9 at Royal Palm. 2002 White Birch (Mariano Aguerre, Bautista Heguy, Peter M. Brant, Delmar CarrollWalton) 13; Lechuza 11 at Greenwich. 2003 White Birch (Guillermo Caset Jr., Jeffrey W. Blake, Mariano Aguerre, Peter M. Brant) 14; Outback 12 at Greenwich. 2004 White Birch (Delmar Carroll-Walton, Lucas A. Criado, Mariano Aguerre, Peter M. Brant ) 17; Black Watch 11 at Greenwich. 2005 Millarville (Federico Von Wernich, Cristian J. Laprida, Fred H. Mannix, Eduardo Novillo Astrada, Daniel Roenisch) 11; Bendabout 8 at New Bridge.

2006 New Bridge (Matias G. Magrini, Adolfo Cambiaso, Russell C. McCall, Gonzalo Garcia Del Rio)14; Goose Creek 13 at New Bridge. 2007 Crab Orchard (Matias G. Magrini, Adolfo Cambiaso, David Stirling, George R. Rawlings) 12; Lechuza Caracas 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2008 Las Monjitas (Camilo Bautista, Javier Novillo Astrada, Eduardo Novillo Astrada, Ignacio Novillo Astrada) 12; Skeeterville 7 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2009 Lechuza Caracas (Victor Vargas, Juan Martin Nero, Nicolas Espain, Guillermo Caset) 11; Audi 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2010 Crab Orchard (George Rawlings, Julio Arellano, Adolfo Cambiaso, Hilario Ulloa) 12; Las Monjitas 7 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2011 Audi (Marc Ganzi, Rodrigo Andrade, Gonzalo Pieres Jr., Nicolas Pieres) 10; Lechuza Caracas 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2012 Valiente II (Robert P. Jornayvaz IV, Alejo Taranco, David Stirling, Juan Martin Nero, Adolfo Cambiaso) 11; Valiente I 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2013 Valiente (Robert P. Jornayvaz III, Adolfo Cambiaso, David Stirling, Santiago Torres) 13; Zacara 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2014 Valiente (Robert P. Jornayvaz III, Santiago Torres, Adolfo Cambiaso, Guillermo Caset Jr.) 11; Alegria 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2015 Audi (Marc Ganzi, Gonzalo Pieres Jr., Rodrigo Andrade, Fred Mannix, Grant Ganzi) 16; Orchard Hill 15 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2016 Dubai (Alejo Taranco, Rashid Albwardy, Facundo Sola, Adolfo Cambiaso) 12; Audi 11 at International Polo Club Palm Beach.

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1895 Myopia (Augustus P. Gardner, Robert G. Shaw II, Rodolphe L. Agassiz, F. Blackwood Fay) 4 3/4; Rockaway 2 3/4. 1896 Rockaway 1st (Joseph S. Stevens, John E. Cowdin, Foxhall Keene, George P. Eustis) 7; Meadow Brook 1st 6 1/4. 1897 Meadow Brook (William C. Eustis, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., H. Payne Whitney, Benjamin Nicoll) 12; C.C. Westchester 4 3/4. 1898 Meadow Brook (William C. Eustis, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., Columbus C. Baldwin, H. Payne Whitney)14;Philadelphia Country Club 7. 1899 Westchester Polo Club (James M. Waterbury Jr., Foxhall Keene, John E. Cowdin, Lawrence Waterbury) by default. 1900 Dedham (Allan Forbes, Edward M. Weld, William H. Goodwin, Joshua Crane Jr.) 7; C.C. Westchester 6. 1901 Lakewood (C. Randolph Snowden, James M. Waterbury Jr., Foxhall Keene, Lawrence Waterbury) 13 3/4; Dedham 3. 1902 Unawarded. 1903 C.C. Westchester 1st (John E. Cowdin, James M. Waterbury Jr., H. Payne Whitney, Lawrence Waterbury) 9 1/2; Bryn Mawr 6. 1904 Myopia 1st (Maxwell Norman, Robert G. Shaw II, Rodolphe L. Agassiz, Devereux Milburn) 14; Bryn Mawr 1st 1 1/4. 1905 Not played for. 1906 Meadow Brook 1st (Eugene S. Reynal, James M. Waterbury Jr., Lawrence Waterbury, Robert L. Beeckman) 9 1/2; Bryn Mawr 1st 6 1/2. 1907 Rockaway 1st (John A. Rawlins, Rene LaMontagne Jr., Foxhall Keene, Daniel Chauncey Jr.) 13; Bryn Mawr 2 1/2. 1908 Not played for.

1909 Meadow Brook (John S. Phipps, James M. Waterbury Jr., Lawrence Waterbury, Devereux Milburn) 15; Dedham 4 3/4. 1910 Meadow Brook (John S. Phipps, James M. Waterbury Jr., Malcolm Stevenson, Devereux Milburn) 13 1/2; Bryn Mawr 3. 1911 Meadow Brook (John A. Rawlins, James M. Waterbury Jr., Malcolm Stevenson, Devereux Milburn) 13 1/2; Bryn Mawr 3. 1912 Meadow Brook (Eugene S. Reynal, James M. Waterbury Jr., Foxhall Keene, Lawrence Waterbury) 15; Bryn Mawr 3 1/4. 1913 Cooperstown (Francis S. von Stade, C h a r l e s C . R u m s e y, C h a r l e s P. Beadleston, Malcolm Stevenson) 8 1/2; Meadow Brook 4 3/4. 1914 Bryn Mawr-by default. 1915 Meadow Brook (Raymond Belmont, James M. Waterbury Jr., Malcolm Stevenson, Devereux Milburn) 15; Great Neck 1/2. 1916 Great Neck (Thomas Hitchcock Jr., J. Watson Webb, Malcolm Stevenson, Louis E. Stoddard) 9 3/4; Meadow Brook 7 3/4. 1917-1918 Inclusive-Not played for. 1919 Rockaway (Charles C. Rumsey, Earle W. Hopping, Malcolm Stevenson, Thomas Hitchcock Jr.) by default. 1920 Meadowbrook (Charles C. Rumsey, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., J. Watson Webb, Devereux Milburn) 13; Rockaway 5. 1921 Rockaway (Louis E. Stoddard, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., Malcolm Stevenson, John C. Cowdin) 10; Meadow Brook 7.

East-West 1933 Won by WEST (15-11, 8-12, 12-6) at 1934 Lake Forest, Illinois. WEST: No. 1, Aidan Roark and Eric Pedley; No. 2, Elmer J. Boeseke Jr.; No. 3, Cecil Smith; Back, Hubert W. Williams, Neil S. McCarthy and Aidan Roark. EAST: No. 1, Michael Phipps and Winston Guest; 1947 No. 2, Thomas Hitchcock Jr. and Earle A.S. Hopping; No. 3, Winston Guest and Thomas Hitchcock Jr.; Back, Raymond Guest. 198

Won by EAST (14-13) at Westbury, Long Island. EAST: No. 1, Michael Phipps; No. 2, James P. Mills; No. 3, Winston Guest; Back, William Post II. WEST: No. 1, Eric Pedley; No. 2, Elmer J. Boeseke Jr.; No. 3, Cecil Smith; Back, Aidan Roark. Won by WEST (9-7) at Westbury, Long Island. WEST: No. 1, John Ivory; No. 2, Peter Perkins; No. 3, George Oliver; Back, Thomas Guy. EAST: No. 1, George H. Bostwick; No. 2, Joseph P. Grace Jr.; No. 3, Stewart B. Iglehart; Back, Alan L. Corey Jr.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1951 Won by WEST (10-2, 4-6, 9-6) at Libertyville, Illinois. WEST: No. 1, William Ylvisaker; No. 2, Bob Skene; No. 3, Cecil Smith and Harry Evinger; Back, Harry Evinger and Stanley Taylor. EAST: No. 1, George H. Bostwick; No. 2, Albert Parsells; No. 3, Alan L. Corey Jr.; Back, Devereux Milburn Jr.

1952 Won by WEST (9-6, 8-7) at Westbury, Long Island. WEST: No. 1, William Ylvisaker; No. 2, Bob Skene and Peter Perkins; No. 3, Harry Evinger and Cecil Smith; Back, Thomas Cross and Harry Evinger. EAST: No. 1, George H. Bostwick; No. 2, Albert Parsells and Clarence C. Combs Jr.; No. 3, Alan L. Corey Jr.; Back, Devereux Milburn Jr. and Albert Parsells.

Junior East-West 1974 Won by EAST (3-4, 9-7, 9-6) at Oak Brook, Illinois. EAST: William Mulcahy, Paul Rizzo, Jake Sieber, Adalbert von Gontard III. WEST: William W. Ylvisaker, William C. Linfoot, Robert A. Uihlein III, James I. Uihlein. 1975 Won by WEST (12-4, 13-4) at Oak Brook, Illinois. WEST: Michael Carney, Stewart L. Armstrong, Thomas S. Blickle, Jeffrey Connors. EAST: Peter S. Ambrus, C. Heath Manning Jr., Robert J. Sieber Jr., Julian L. Ambrus Jr.

1976 Won by WEST (6-5, 7-3, 8-4) at Oak Brook, Illinois. WEST: John Ryan, George Kawell, Jake Sieber, John Wigdahl. EAST: Joseph A. Muldoon Jr., C. Heath Manning Jr., Paul Rizzo, Lyle Graham. 1996 Won by EAST (5-4) at West Palm Beach, Florida. EAST: Michelle Gracida, Bryan Stallone, Nicolas Roldan, William Hartnett Jr. WEST: Elizabeth Lewis, Alan Martinez, Kris Kampsen, David Wildenstein.

Junior 1900 Philadelphia 1st (Joshua B. Lippincott Jr., Mitchel G. Rosengarten Jr., Albert E. Kennedy, John F. McFadden) 8 1/2; Rockaway 3 1/4. 1901 Rockaway (William A. Hazard, Rene LaMontagne Jr., Robert J. Collier, Peter F. Collier) 13; Dedham 7. 1902 Rockaway (Archibald S. Alexander, Rene LaMontagne Jr., Francis S. Conover, Peter F. Collier) 12 1/2; C.C. Westchester 9. 1903 Lakewood (George J. Gould, Jay Gould, Kingdon Gould, Benjamin Nicoll) 14 3/4; Bryn Mawr 6 1/4. 1904 Rockaway 1st (William A. Hazard, Daniel Chauncey Jr., Rene LaMontagne Jr., Peter F. Collier) 14; Bryn Mawr 2nd 9 1/2. 1905 Bryn Mawr 2nd (Alexander Brown, Henry W. Harrison, Robert E. Strawbridge, George McFadden) 6 1/2; Squadron A 3 3/4. 1906 Bryn Mawr Freebooters (Alexander Brown, William H.Tevis Huhn, Mitchel G. Rosengarten Jr., C. Randolph Snowden) 12 1/2; Rockaway 8 1/2. 1907 Bryn Mawr (Alexander Brown, Laffert L. Downing, William H.T. Huhn, Mitchell G. Rosengarten Jr.) 10; Onwentsia 5 3/4. 199

1908 New Haven (Joseph B. Thomas Jr., Hugh Drury, Louis E. Stoddard, J. Watson Webb) 15 1/2; Squadron A 4 1/2. 1909 New Haven (Joseph B. Thomas Jr., Hugh Drury, Louis E. Stoddard, Frank S. Butterworth) 7 1/4; Bryn Mawr 3., 1910 Myopia 2nd (Adelbert Ames Jr., Harrison Tweed, Hamilton Hadden, George G. Amory) 7 1/4; Bryn Mawr 6 1/2. 1911 Bryn Mawr (Alexander Brown, Henry W. Harrison, Robert E. Strawbridge, Charles R. Snowden) 12; Cooperstown 1/2. 1912 Cooperstown (Francis S. von Stade, Charles C. Rums ey, Charles P. Beadleston, Frederick H. Prince, Jr.) 11; Piping Rock 6 3/4. 1913 Cooperstown (Francis S. von Stade, Charles C. Rums ey, Charles P. Beadleston, Carleton F. Burke) 10 1/4; Great Neck 7. 1914 Meadow Brook Magpies (Norcross L. Tilney, J. Watson Webb, William G. Loew, Howard Phipps) 11; Aiken Tigers 5 1/2. 1915 Bryn Mawr (Thomas Stokes, Earle W. Hopping, Robert E. Strawbridge, Alexander Brown) 10 1/2; Point Judith 8 1/2.


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1916 Meadow Brook, 3rd (Francis S. von Stade, Raymond Belmont, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., Morgan Belmont) 11 1/2; Point Judith 2 3/4. 1917-1918 Inclusive-Not played for. 1919 Meadow Brook (James C. Cooley, Benjamin K. Gatins, Gustave M. Heckscher, John G. Milburn Jr.) 4 1/4; Philadelphia Country Club 3 1/4. 1920 Bryn Mawr Foxhunters (James C. Cooley, Robert E. Strawbridge Jr., Robert E. Strawbridge, Cyril S. Lee) 9; Philadelphia C. C. 5. 1921 Meadow Brook Foxhunters (Francis S. von Stade, Rodman Wanamaker, 2nd, Elliott C. Bacon, Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.) 17; Philadelphia Country Club. 3. 1922 United States Army (Maj. Arthur H. Wilson, Maj. Louis A. Beard, Lt. Col. Lewis Brown Jr., Maj. William W. Erwin) 8; Meadow Brook 7. 1923 United States Army (Maj. Arthur H. Wilson, Maj. Louis A. Beard, Lt. Col. Lewis Brown Jr., Maj. John K. Herr) 14; Point Judith 6. 1924 Midwick (Edgar G. Miller, Eric L. Pedley, Arthur P. Perkins, Carleton F. Burke)16; Rockaway 3. 1925 United States Army (Maj. Arthur H. Wilson, Capt. Charles H. Gerhardt, Capt. Peter P. Rodes, Lt. John A. Smith) 12; Bryn Mawr 3. 1926 United States Army (Lt. Guy C. Benson, Capt. Charles H. Gerhardt, Maj. Harry D. Chamberlin, Maj. Karl C. Greenwald) 16; Bryn Mawr 6.

1927 United States Army (Capt. Chandler A. Wilkinson, Capt. Charles H. Gerhardt, Capt. Joseph S. Tate, Capt. George E. Huthsteiner) 13; Rumson 11. 1928 Old Oaks (James C. Cooley, Arthur Borden, Gerald Balding, Hubert W. Williams) 12; United States Army 8. 1929 Old Aiken (Elbridge T. Gerry, James P. Mills, Stewart B. Iglehart, Joseph C. Rathborne) 12; Mid-West 5. 1930 United States Army (Lt. Morton McD. Jones, Capt. Chandler A. Wilkinson, Capt. Peter P. Rodes, Lt. Homer W. Kiefer) 17; Whippany River 7. 1931 Roslyn (Raymond Firestone, Seymour H. Knox, Harold E. Talbott Jr., William Post II) 9; Aiken Knights 6. 1932 United States Army (Lt. Charles N. McFarland, Maj. Charles C. Smith, Lt. Morton McD. Jones, Lt. George W. Read Jr.) 11; Bahadurs 8. 1933 Aknusti (W. Averell Harriman, James P. Mills, Elbridge T. Gerry, Robert L. Gerry Jr.) 11; Aurora 9. 1934 Burnt Mills (Stephen P. Farish, Harry East, Arthur B. Borden, John T. Mather) 5; United States Army 4. 1935 Aiken Knights (George H. Bostwick, James Curtis, Winston F.C. Guest, Dunbar W. Bostwick) 13; Texas 3. 1936 Hurricanes (Stephen Sanford, William G. Reynolds, Terence Q. Peece, Aubrey Floyd) 6; Meadow Brook Ramblers 4. 1937 Santa Barbara (Harry East, Alex J. Bullock, Eric H. Tyrell-Martin, Charles H. Jackson Jr.) 12; Narragansett 7.

Twenty Goal (Formerly Junior) 1938 Bostwick Field (Elbridge H. Gerry, George H. Bostwick, Robert L. Gerry Jr., Charles S. von Stade) 9; Aknusti 5. 1939 League of Nations (Jay K. Secor, Bob Skene, George K. Oliver Jr., Robert Loewenstein) 15; Hurricanes 9. 1940 Great Neck (Gerald H. Dempsey, Joseph P. Grace Jr., Stewart B. Iglehart, Edward N. Carpenter) 12; Bostwick Field 7. 1941 Bostwick Field (Sidney Culver, George H. Bostwick, Charles S. von Stade, Alan L. Corey Jr.) 9; Hurricanes 4. 1942-1947 Inclusive-Not played for.

1948 Meadow Brook (Henry Lewis III, Martin Christensen, Alan L. Corey Jr., Devereux Milburn Jr.) 7; Hurricanes 6. 1949 Milwaukee (Pedro Silvero, Antonio Herrera, Guillermo Gracida, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 9; Detroit 8. 1950 Milwaukee (Pedro Silvero, Juan Rodriguez, George K. Oliver, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 9; Bostwick Field 7. 1951 Arlington Farms (William Ylvisaker, Thomas Cross, Cecil Smith, John F. Hulseman) 8; Sun Team 6. 200


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1952 Meadow Brook (Philip L.B. Iglehart, Ray Harrington Jr., Alan L. Corey Jr., Henry Lewis III) 12; Milwaukee Shamrocks 1. 1953 Aurora (Robert L. Wickser, Seymour H. Knox III, Northrup R. Knox, Lewis Smith) 9; Pittsfield 4. 1954 San Antonio (A. Donald Beveridge, Robert Beveridge, Paul (Bill) Barry, Harold Barry) 5; Oak Brook 4. 1955 San Antonio Triple C (Victor H. Graber, William Wayman, William R. Linfoot, Harold L. Barry, A. Donald Beveridge) 6; Milwaukee 4. 1956 Solo Cup Brandywine (James Kraml Jr., Ray Harrington Jr., William A. Mayer, Stanley Taylor) 12; Boca Raton 8. 1957 Solocup (Victor H. Graber, Ray Harrington Jr., William Linfoot, Leo J. Hulseman) 9; Dallas 4. 1958 Meadow Brook (David Ellis, Ray Harrington Jr., Alan L. Corey Jr., Allan Jerkens) 9; Aiken 7. 1959 Circle F. (Lester Armour, Ray Harrington Jr., William A. Mayer, Russell Firestone) 11; Meadow Brook 5. 1960 Royal Palm (Bert Beveridge, Robert Beveridge, Ray Harrington, Bennie Gutierrez) 6; Circle F 4. 1961 Royal Palm (Bert Beveridge, Robert Beveridge, Ray Harrington Jr., Hugo Dalmar) 9; Milwaukee 4. 1962 Milwaukee (James Kraml Jr., Wayne Brown, George Oliver, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 8; Santa Barbara 7.

1963 Oak Brook (James Kraml Jr., Charles W. Smith, Cecil Smith, Jack Murphy) 10; Tulsa 7. 1964 Oak Brook (Hugo Dalmar, Charles W. Smith, Jack Murphy, William T. Ylvisaker) 8; Tulsa 5. 1965 Oak Brook-Santa Barbara (Ronald Tongg, Charles W. Smith, Jack Murphy, Hugo Dalmar) 7; Milwaukee 2. 1966 Sunny Climes (Thomas Hughes, Ray Harrington Jr., Roy Barry Jr., Tim Leonard) 9; Oak Brook 7. 1967 Milwaukee (Walter Harden, Bennie Gutierrez, Harold L. Barry, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 11; Keswick-Blue Ridge 7. 1968 Oak Brook (Thomas Hughes, Charles W. Smith, William R. Linfoot, Richard C. Latham) 12; Keswick-Sunny Clime 9. 1969 Oak Brook (Thomas Hughes, Jules Romfh, William R. Linfoot, Harold A. (Joe) Barry) 7; Milwaukee 6. 1970 Oak Brook (Thomas Hughes, Ronald Tongg, William R. Linfoot, William Cort Linfoot) 9; Tulsa 7. 1971 Tulsa Greenhill (James R. Sharp, William C. Linfoot. Harold L. Barry, Joe Barry) 8; Milwaukee 6. 1972 Red Doors Farm (Hugo Dalmar, Jr, William T. Ylvisaker, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Tim Leonard) 10; Sun Ranch 6. 1973 Houston (William S. Farish III, Delmar Carroll, Lester Armour III, Charles Wright) 6; Willow Bend 4.

National Twenty Goal 2007 BTA (Chrys D. Beal, Francisco Lanusse, Mariano Gonzalez, Santiago Trotz) 12; Peapacton at Royal Palm Polo Club. 2011 KIG Investment (Mubashir Kazi, Hector Galindo, Jeffrey Blake, Thomas Biddle Jr.) 12; Piaget 8 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2012 Audi (Marc C. Ganzi, Carlos Gracida Jr., Nicolas E. Roldan, Carlos Gracida) 10; Piaget 9 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2013 Audi (Marc C. Ganzi, Carlos Gracida Jr., Nicolas E. Roldan, Carlos Gracida) 13; ELG 7 at Grand Champions Polo Club.

2014 Flight Options (Melissa Ganzi, Kris E. Kampsen, Nicolas E. Roldan, Juan Bollini) 14; Team USPA 11 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2015 Audi (Marc Ganzi, Stuart Erskine, Jeffrey Blake, Carlos Arellano Jr.) 11; FlexJet 8 at Grand Champions Polo Club 2016 Flexjet (Melissa Ganzi, Jason Crowder, Nicholas Roldan, Jared Sheldon) 10; Casablanca 8 at Grand Champions Polo Club.

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Silver Cup (Formerly Twenty Goal) 1974 Houston (William S. Farish III, Thomas E. Hughes, Lester Armour III, Charles E. Wright) 7; Willow Bend 6. 1975 Lone Oak-Bunntyco (Richard C. Latham, Thomas Wayman, Charles W. Smith, Richard Bunn) 8; Tulsa 5. 1976 Wilson Ranch (William B. Wilson, Joel R. Baker, Antonio Herrera, Charles E. Wright) 10; Tulsa 8. 1977 Boca Raton (James C. Gilstrap, Thomas Wayman, Lester Armour III, John T. Oxley) 6; Houston 5. 1978 Wilson Ranch (William B. Wilson, Joel R. Baker, Thomas Wayman, Ken Fransen) 7; Ft. Lauderdale 6. 1979 Willow Bend (Robert E. Walton, Thomas B. Harris, William C. Hetherington, Norman Brinker) 7; Retama 6. 1980 Retama (Thomas H. Gose, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Stephen M. Gose) 9; Houston 8. 1981 Retama (Stephen M. Gose III, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Stephen M. Gose) 10; Thunder 8. 1982 Rio Grande (John Armstrong, Stewart Armstrong, Azmarai J.H. el Effendi, Thomas Mudd) 10; Valdina Farms 9. 1983 Tulsa (Richard Walton, William C. Linfoot, Jeff Atkinson, Dick Albert) 9; San Antonio 7.

1984 Retama (Gabriel Gracida, Michael V. Azzaro, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Steve Gose) 9; Carter Ranch 7. 1985 Willow Bend (Norman Brinker, Eduardo Barrena, Dale Smicklas, Pablo Rincon Gallardo) 10; Houston 9. 1986 Carter Ranch (Preston Carter, Stewart Armstrong, Charles W. Smith, Fayyaz Uddin) 11; Retama 5. 1987 Freebooters (Edward Scanlon, Stewart Armstrong, A.A.B. “Wicky” el Effendi, Fayyaz Uddin) 13; Carter Ranch 9. 1988 Ft. Worth (Jay Upchurch, Richard Walton, Charles W. Smith, Fayyaz Uddin) 10; Willow Bend 9 1989 Ft. Worth (Matthew Upchurch, A.A.B. “Wicky” el Effendi, Charles W. Smith, Fayyaz Uddin) 11; Chili’s 8. 1990 Chili’s (George Olivas, Jorge Mijares, Pablo Rincon Gallardo, Norman Brinker) 8; Ft. Worth 7. 1991 Grant’s Farms Manor (William Busch, Richard Walton, Calixto Garcia Velez, Andrew Busch) 8; Fort Worth 6. 1992 Chili’s (Pablo Rincon, George Olivas, A.A.B. “Wicky” el Effendi, Norman Brinker, Xavier Rodriguez) 11; Ft. Worth 7. 1993 Grant’s Farm Manor (William Busch, Robert Evans, Bart Evans, Andrew Busch) 13; Willow Bend 11. 202


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1994 Grant’s Farm Manor (William Busch, Dale Schwetz, Hector Galindo, Andrew Busch) 10; Bob Moore Cadillac 8. 1995 Outback (Timothy Gannon, Agustin Bourdieu, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Philip O. Heatley) 12; Grants Farm 9. 1996 Bud Light (William Busch, Andrew Busch, Hector Galindo, Joe Wayne Barry) 13; Isla Carroll 12. 1997 Bud Light/Grant’s Farm (William Busch, Jeff Hall, Hector Galindo, Andrew Busch) 9; Orchard Hill 8. 1998 Bud Light (Carlos Arellano, William Busch, Hector Galindo, Andrew Busch) 12; Isla Carroll 10. 1999 Old Pueblo (John Hall, Jeff Hall, Michael V. Azzaro, John W. Hall) 10; Isla Carroll 9. 2000 Old Pueblo (John Hall, Jeff Hall, Michael V. Azzaro, Bradford W. Blake) 14; Outback 8. 2001 Windsor Capital (Jason K. Crowder, Mariano Gonzalez, Adam Snow, Patrick M. Nesbitt) 12; Old Pueblo 11. 2002 ERG (Scott Y. Wood, Pablo Spinacci, Agustin Merlos, Roberto Gonzalez Gracida) 4; San Saba 2. 2003 Isla Carroll (Julio F. Gracida, Jeff Hall, Guillermo Gracida Jr., John B. Goodman) 10; Corona Extra 9 at Houston. 2004 Pueblo Viejo (Leigh Anne Hall, Brandon Phillips, Jeff Hall, Roberto Gonzalez Gracida) 12; Isla Carroll 9 at Houston. 2005 Isla Carroll (John B. Goodman, Jeffrey W. Blake, Jeff Hall, Christopher Nevins) 11; ERG 8 at Houston. 2006 BTA (Francisco Lanusse, Mariano Gonzalez, Santiago Trotz, Chrys D. Beal) 13; Audi 12 at Royal Palm.

2007 Goose Creek (Maureen C. Brennan, Martin Zegers, Adam Snow, Jose Rafael Zegers) 11; Winfield-Camo 8 at 302 Polo Club. 2008 Goose Creek (Maureen C. Brennan, Martin Zegers, Adam Snow, Jose Rafael Zegers) 11; Pony Express 10 at 302 Polo Club. 2009 Mavoffice.com (I. Thomas Uskup, Horacio Onetto, Julian Daniels, Eugene Kneece) 15; Barrington 12 at 302 Polo Club. 2010 Orchard Hill (Steve Van Andel, Chris Stratemann, Lucas Criado, Nicolas Roldan) 19; Barrington 11 at 302 Polo Club. 2011 ERG (Scott Wood, Francisco de Narvaez, Miguel Torres Jr., Sebastian Merlos) 16; Lucchese 7 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2012 Lucchese (John R. Muse, Andres Weisz, Santiago Torres, Adolfo Cambiaso) 11; Mansour 10 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2013 Farmers&Merchants Bank (Daniel Walker, Henry Walker, Lucas Criado, Ignacio Laprida) 12; La Herradura 11 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2014 Lucchese (John Muse, Jeff Hall, Guillermo Caset Jr., Tomas Collingwood) 15; ERG 14 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2015 Farmers & Merchants Bank (Daniel Walker, Felipe Vercellino, Lucas Criado, Guillermo Gracida) 13; Maserati 11 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2016 Farmers & Merchants Bank (Daniel Walker, Herndon Radcliff, Lucas Criado, Joaquin Panelo) 10; Lucchese 7 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

Sixteen Goal 1964 Palm Desert (C. Heath Manning. Leslie L. Linfoot, Allan D. Scherer, Tony Veen) 8; Beverly Hills 5. 1965 Santa Barbara (Tenney Tongg, Ronald Tongg, William R. Linfoot, C. Heath Manning) 11; Crescents 10. 1966 Sunny Climes (Thomas Hughes, Ray Harrington Jr., Robert D. Beveridge, Tim Leonard) 11; Bunnytco 5.

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1967 St. Louis (Adolphus Orthwein Sr., Bennie Gutierrez, Peter Orthwein, Stephen Orthwein) 9; Milwaukee 8. 1968 Milwaukee (James R. Sharp, Thomas Wayman, Harold L. Barry, Tim Leonard) 11; Midland 8. 1969 Tulsa (James R. Sharp, John C. Oxley, Bennie Gutierrez, John T. Oxley) 10; Meadow Brook 4.


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1970 Cloudy Clime (Thomas Hughes, William Cort Linfoot, Jack Murphy, Tim Leonard) 9; Milwaukee 4. 1971 Milwaukee (Robert A. Uihlein III, Thomas Wayman, Bennie Gutierrez, Bill Wayman) 9; Welfare 1.

1972 Meadowbrook (Alfred Fortugno, Alan L. Corey III, Allan D. Scherer, William Russell G. Corey) 7; Midfield 6. 1973 Boca Raton (John T. Oxley, John C. Oxley, Delmar Carroll-Walton, Jules Romfh) 6; Aiken 5.

America Cup (Formerly Sixteen Goal) 1974 Boca Raton (John T. Oxley, Patrick MacGinley, William R. Linfoot, William Cort Linfoot) 7; Milwaukee 5. 1975 Boca Raton (William Mulcahy, William Cort Linfoot, Jason J. MacGinley, John T. Oxley) 9; Milwaukee 6. 1976 Boca Raton (Seth Herndon Jr., William Cort Linfoot, John C. Oxley, John T. Oxley) 6; Tennessee 3. 1977 Boca Raton (David Wigdahl, William Cort Linfoot, Patrick Dix, John T. Oxley) 14; Midland 4. 1978 Boca Raton (John T. Oxley, David Wigdahl, Paul Rizzo, Thomas B. Harris) 8; Chattanooga 5. 1979 Boca Raton (Michael D. Carney, Jake Sieber, Fortunato Gomez Romero, John T. Oxley) 8; Abercrombie & Kent 6. 1980 Macondo (Francisco Serrano, Jaime Serrano, Carlos de Los Reyes, George C. Haas Jr.) 6; Mallet Hill 5. 1981 Boca Raton (Michael D. Carney, Jake Sieber, Owen R. Rinehart, John T. Oxley) 7; Tulsa 6. 1982 Aiken (Peter Winkelman, Charles Bostwick, Richard Bostwick, Charles Armstrong) 10; Tulsa 9. 1983 Aloha (Robert Fell, Joel Baker, Mike Conant, Dale Smicklas) 14; Las Cachinas 8. 1984 Old Pueblo (William C. Linfoot, Robert Walton, Harley Stimmel, John Hall) 12; Santa Barbara 6. 1985 Tulsa (William V. Meeker, Joey Casey, Bart Evans, Steve Crowder) 9; Long Beach 8. 1986 Twynman Farms (John Kahlbeltzer Jr., Willie Naish, Hector Merlos, Joseph Henderson) 9; Tulsa 8. 1987 Maui (Peter Baldwin, Joel Baker, Joseph Henderson, William Maybery) 11; Old Pueblo 9. 1988 Southern Hills (Seth Herndon, Ruben Gracida, Julio Zavaleta, Robert Hollman) 14; El Encanto 11.

1989 Aloha (Robert Fell, Marcos Heguy, Ruben Gracida, Luis Escobar) 9; Hanalei Bay 8. 1990 Gehache (William Pitcock, Martin Gonzalez, Guillermo Caset Sr., Glen A. Holden) 10; Southern Hills 9. 1991 Fish Creek (Robert Yackley, Robert L. Roenisch, Julio Zavaleta, Frederick P. Mannix, Julie Roenisch) 12; El Encanto/ Embassy 9. 1992 Emerald Bay (Eugene Fortugno, James Jacobson, A.A.B. “Wicky” el Effendi, Peter Cumming) 13; Bagatelle 10. 1993 Windsor (Jake Devane, Daniel Walker, Santiago Trotz, Patrick Nesbitt) 10; Gehache 9. 1994 Emerald Bay (James Jacobson, Julio Arellano, Mike Conant, Robert Yackley) 6; Gehache 5. 1995 Midhurst (Lucas White, Mariano Gonzalez, Santiago Trotz, Jeffrey W. Hall) 9; Casa Manila 5. 1996 Piocho Ranch (Thomas Barrack, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Miguel Torres, Jeffrey Blake) 9; Windsor Capital 6. 1997 Outback (Timothy Gannon, Hector Galindo, Julio Arellano, Dale Schwetz) 10; Windsor Capital 7. 1998 Aloha (Robert Fell, Jason Crowder, Julio Arellano, Carlos Gracida, Matthew Gonzalez) 15; Wildcat 5. 1999 Grant’s Farm Manor/Bud Light (Nicolas Roldan, William Busch, Hector Galindo, Andrew Busch) 9; Duende 6. 2000 Bud Light/Grant’s Farm (Bradford W. Blake, William Busch, Andrew Busch, Hector Galindo) 12; Excalibur 11. 2001 Goshen (Irvin Abell III, Adam Snow, Owen R. Rinehart, Joe Wayne Barry) 15; Duende 12. 2002 Grant’s Farm Manor (Abby Riggs, Kris E. Kampsen, Hector Galindo, Andrew Busch) 15; Windsor Capital 9. 204


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 2003 Windsor Capital (Weston W. Gracida, Adam Snow, Mariano Gonzalez, Patrick M. Nesbitt) 13; Everglades 12 at Santa Barbara. 2004 Bendabout (Gillian Johnston, Alejandro Novillo Astrada, Miguel Novillo Astrada, Stephen A. Orthwein Jr.) 8; Las Monjitas 6 at Santa Barbara. 2005 Grant’s Farm/Windsor (Andrew Busch, Patrick M. Nesbitt, Jeff Hall, Jeffrey W. Blake) 11; Duende 10 at Santa Barbara. 2006 Antelope/Long Beach (Geoffrey H. Palmer, Francisco Bensadon, Luis Escobar, Daniel Walker) 9; Mansour 7 at Santa Barbara. 2007 Piocho Ranch (Thomas J. Barrack III, Kris E. Kampsen, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Julio F. Gracida) 14; Grants Farm 12 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2008 Audi (Marc Ganzi, Stuart Erskine, Gonzalo Pieres, Jr, Gonzalo Deltour) 12; Zacara 10 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2009 Audi (Marc Ganzi, Luis Escobar, Juan Bollini, Kris Kampsen) 14; Valiente 12 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2010 Luchesse (John Muse, Andres Weisz, Adolfo Cambiaso, Jason Crowder) 15; Piocho 11 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

2011 Grants Farm (Andrew Busch, Nicolas Roldan, Jeff Hall, Nicholas J. Morrison) 13; Lucchese 9 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2012 Grants Farm (Andrew Busch, Jared Sheldon, Pablo Pieres, Jeff Hall)12; Mansour 11 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2013 Restoration Hardware (Ben Soleimani, Adam Snow, Hilario Ulloa, Santiago von Wernich) 16; Merchant Hub 10 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2014 ERG (Remy Du Celliee Muller, Agustin Merlos, Sebastian Merlos, Scott Y. Wood) 19; Farmers and Merchants Bank (9) at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2015 Farmers & Merchants Bank (Daniel Walker, Geronimo Obregon, Lucas Criado, Remy Du Celliee Muller) 12; Klentner Ranch 9 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. 2016 Farmers & Merchants Bank (Herndon Radcliff, Lucas Criado, Joaquin Panelo, Dan Walker) 12; FMB Too! 7 at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

Northrup Knox Cup 2003 New Bridge (Russell C. McCall, Kris E. Kampsen, Matias G. Magrini, Thomas J. Biddle Jr.) 10; Dahlwood 9 at Langdon Road. 2004 Not played for. 2005 New Bridge (Gonzalo Deltour, Matias G. Magrini, Kris E. Kampsen, Russell C. McCall) 13; Dahlwood 7 at Langdon Road. 2006 New Bridge (Matias G. Magrini, Martin Valent, Alan Martinez, Russell C. McCall) 13; Dahlwood 9 at Langdon Road. 2007 Foxdale (Hugh S. Worsham, Justin Pimsner, Owen R. Rinehart, Horacio Onetto 12; Henley House 11 at 302 Polo Club. 2008 Upatoi Green (John Flournoy, Eddy Martinez, Ruben Coscia, Martin Estrada) 14; Crestview 11 at 302 Polo Club.

2009 Foxdale Equine/Mavofice.com (I. Thomas Uskup, Hugh Worsham, Eugene Kneece, Julian Daniels) 12; Upatoi Green 11 at 302 Polo Club. 2010 Winfield (Richard W. Hartnett, Ulysses, Escapite, Richard W. Hartnett Jr. , Luis Escobar) 11; Barrington 7 at 302 Polo Club. 2011 Bendabout (Gillian Johnston, Julio Arellano, Wesley Uys, Nicholas Morrison) 12; Mt. Brilliant 11 at 302 Polo Club. 2012 Mt. Brilliant (Juan Monteverde, Harold Goodman II, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., Julian Daniels) 13; Barrington 9 at 302 Polo Club. 2013 Bottega (Frank Stitt, Adam Snow, Wesley Uys, Agustin Arellano) 13; Sonny Hill 12 at New Bridge Polo Club.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2015 Crestview (Alan Meeker, Hugo Lloret, Thomas Biddle Jr., Pedro Manion) 8; Bottega 6 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2016 Not played for.

Butler Handicap 1954 CCC-Meadow Brook (A. Donald 1975 Beveridge, George H. Bostwick, Paul (Bill) Barry, Harold L. Barry) 12; Oak Brook 6. 1976 1955 Meadow Brook (Hugo Dalmar, George H. Bostwick, Alan L. Corey Jr., Devereux Milburn Jr.) 13; Oak Brook 6. 1977 1956 CCC-Selma (A. Donald Beveridge, Robert Beveridge, George Oliver, Harold L. Barry) 11; Circle F 8. 1978 1957 Detroit CCC (Bert Beveridge, Robert D. Beveridge, George Oliver, Harold L. Barry) 8; Solocup-California 5. 1979 1958 Oak Brook (Hugo Dalmar, Delmar Carroll, Cecil Smith, Jack Murphy) 12; CCC 7. 1980 1959 Oak Brook-California (Victor H. Graber, William R. Linfoot, Cecil Smith, Jack Murphy) 5; CCC 4. 1981 1960 Milwaukee (Guillermo Gracida, Julio Muller, George Oliver, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 13; Circle F 11. 1982 1961 Not played for. 1962 Santa Barbara (Ronald Tongg, William R. Linfoot, Bob Skene, Roy Barry Jr.) 1983 8; Royal Palm 4. 1963 Cowdray Park (Lord Patrick Beresford, Paul Withers, Sinclair Hill, Major Ronald 1984 I. Ferguson) 12; Tulsa 10. 1964 & 1965 Not played for. 1966 U.S. White Team (Northrup R. Knox, William R. Linfoot, Roy Barry Jr., 1985 Harold Barry) 11; U.S. Red Team 8. 1967-1970 Inclusive-Not played for. 1971 Tulsa Greenhill (James R. Sharp, Allan 1986 D. Scherer, Harold L. Barry, Harold A. “Joe” Barry) 9; Oak Brook 8. 1972 Oak Brook (Hugo Dalmar Jr., Charles W. 1987 Smith, William Atkinson, Bart Evans) 12; Milwaukee 10. 1973 Oak Brook (William T. Ylvisaker, Allan 1988 D. Scherer, Stuart Mackenzie, Thomas E. Hughes) 11; Mexico 4. 1974 Milwaukee (Robert A. Uihlein III, 1989 Thomas Wayman, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 11; Tulsa 6. 206

Good Hope Farms (Thomas Hughes, Stephen A. Orthwein, Bart Evans, James I. Uihlein) 11; Tulsa-Dallas 10. Tulsa (William Sinclaire, Thomas Wayman, Bart Evans, John C. Oxley) 10; Milwaukee 5. San Antonio (Stewart L. Armstrong, Robert D. Beveridge, Daniel Gonzalez, Charles M. Armstrong) 8; Lone Oak 6. Smallwood (C. Heath Manning Jr., Paul Rizzo, Thomas B. Harris, Russell G. Corey) 9; Jet Mix 5. Oak Brook (Thomas B. Harris, Stephen Orthwein, Stuart Mackenzie, Michael Butler) 10; Reserve Savings 6. Red Doors Farm (Geoffrey Kent, Paul Rizzo, William W. Ylvisaker, William T. Ylvisaker) 8; Glendale 7. Kraml Dairy (James J. Kraml Jr., Kenneth W. Kraml, Steve Yackley, Terry Young) 8; Oak Brook Hyatt 5. Twelve Oaks (Michael Sparks, Heath Manning Jr., Robert Sieber, Richard Warren) 9; Naperville 5. Rolex A&K (John Greene, Geoffrey Kent, Antonio Herrera, Dominic Cece) 9; Twelve Oaks 4. Rolex A&K (Adam Butler, Geoffrey Kent, Antonio Herrera, Brett Kiely) 10; Dahlwood 7. Piaget (Daniel Shirey, William Ylvisaker, David Wigdahl, Horacio Onetto) 10; Oak Brook 6. Oak Brook (Adam Butler, Stuart Mackenzie, Charles W. Smith, Michael Butler) 5; Longwood 4. Oak Brook (Adam Butler, Robert Puetz, Stuart Mackenzie, Michael Butler) 13; Devonwood 10. Devonwood (Robert Yackley, Darrell Schwetz, Richard Walton, Scott Devon) 9; Maple Lane 6. Team Michelob (William Busch, Andrew Busch, Bob Barry, Thomas Hughes) 9; Universal Diamond 7.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1990 Grant’s Farm Manor (Julio Arellano, William Busch, Calixto Garcia Velez Velez, Andrew Busch) 8; Dahlwood 6. 1991-1994 Inclusive-Not played for. 1995 A&K/C.S. Brooks (Geoffrey Kent, Ruben Sola, Andre Diniz, Charles S. Johnson, Tom Bein) 12; Pony Express 9. 1996-2005 Inclusive - Not played for.2006 Arranmore (Carlos Arellano Jr., Marcelo Frayssinet, Tim Greene, Tod A. Rackley, John Greene) 8; Morgan Creek 7 at Chicago International.

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2007 Laurence Wallace/Palladin Rally (Elizabeth Iorio, Michael V. Azzaro, Agustin Merlos, Luis Escobar) 11; Skeeterville 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2008-2014 Not played for. 2015 White Birch (Santino Magrini, Hilario Ulloa, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant) 16; Airstream 9 at Greenwich Polo Club. 2016 White Birch (Santino Magrini, Hilario Ulloa, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant) 11; Northwood 9 at Greenwich Polo Club.

Monty Waterbury 1931 Templeton (Michael G. Phipps, Winston Shelburne (Louis E. Stoddard, Raymond F.C. Guest, Raymond R. Guest, Devereux Belmont, J. Watson Webb, Robert E. Milburn) 11; Greentree 9 at Meadow Strawbridge Jr.) 7: Eastcott 6 at Meadow Brook. Brook. Meadow Brook (R. Penn Smith Jr., J. 1932 Sands Point (Eric L. Pedley, George Watson Webb, Francis S. von Stade, H. Bostwick, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., Devereux Milburn) 14; Hurlingham 10 Lindsay Howard) 18; Eastcott 16 at at Meadow Brook. Meadow Brook. Orange County (W. Averell Harriman, 1933 Aurora (Seymour H. Knox, James Juan D. Nelson, Malcolm Stevenson, P. Mills, Elbridge T. Gerry, Elmer J. Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.) 9; Shelburne Boeseke Jr.) 12; Greentree 9 at Meadow 7 at Meadow Brook. Brook. Hurricanes (Stephen Sanford, Capt. 1934 Templeton (Michael G. Phipps, Winston C h a r l e s T. I . R o a r k , L o r d J o h n F.C. Guest, Stewart B. Iglehart, Raymond Wodehouse, Louis E. Stoddard) 11; R. Guest) 9; Aurora 8 at Meadow Brook. Orange County 7 at Meadow Brook. 1935 Greentree (George H. Bostwick, Thomas Meadow Brook-Army (Capt. Charles Hitchcock Jr., Gerald Balding, John H. H. Gerhardt, J. Watson Webb, Capt. Whitney) 14; Templeton 13 at Meadow Peter P. Rodes, Devereux Milburn) 11; Brook. Hurricanes 8 at Meadow Brook. Eastcott (Alexander C. Schwartz, Earle 1936 Templeton (Michael G. Phipps, James A.S. Hopping, Earle W. Hopping, John P. Mills, Stewart B. Iglehart, Winston A.E. Traill) 12; Sands Point 9 at Meadow F.C. Guest, Sub: Roberto Cavanagh) 14; Brook. Roslyn 13 at Meadow Brook. Sands Point (Elbridge T. Gerry, W. 1937 Old Westbury (Michael G. Phipps, Cecil Averell Harriman, Stewart B. Iglehart, Smith, Stewart B. Iglehart, Cornelius V. Thomas Hitchcock Jr.) 13; United States Whitney) 11; Greentree 10 at Meadow Army 11 at Meadow Brook. Brook. Greentree (John H. Whitney, Winston 1938 Aknusti (Elbridge T. Gerry, Robert L. F.C. Guest, Eric L. Pedley, Elmer J. Gerry Jr., Capt. Charles T.I. Roark, Boeseke Jr.) 18; Old Aiken 8 at Meadow Raymond R. Guest) 11; Old Westbury 8 Brook. at Meadow Brook. Roslyn (Harold E. Talbott Jr., Cecil 1939 Greentree (Joseph P. Grace Jr., Bob Smith, Hubert W. Williams, Gerald Skene, Thomas Hitchcock Jr., John H. Balding) 15; Greentree 6 at Meadow Brook. Whitney) 10; Texas 8 at Meadow Brook. 207


2017 1940 Great Neck (George H. Mead Jr., Joseph P. Grace Jr., Stewart B. Iglehart, Robert E. Strawbridge Jr.) 12; Aknusti 5 at Meadow Brook. 1941 Gulf Stream (John H.A. Phipps, Michael G. Phipps, Charles S. von Stade, Alan L. Corey Jr.) 8; Aknusti 7 at Meadow Brook. 1942-1945 Inclusive-Not played for. 1946 Miraflores (Oscar Tricerri, Federico Vogelius, Carlos Torres Zavaleta, Eduardo Brown) 12; California 10 at Meadow Brook. 1947 Hurricanes (Pedro Silvero, Clarence C. Combs Jr., Alan L. Corey Jr., J. J. Larry Sheerin) 9; Westchester 3 at Meadow Brook. 1948 Hurricanes (J. Larry Sheerin, Peter Perkins, Cecil Smith, Stephen Sanford) 18; Westbury 10 at Meadow Brook. 1949 Hurricanes (J. Larry Sheerin, Roberto Cavanagh, Cecil Smith, Stephen Sanford) 12; Bostwick Field 8 at Meadow Brook. 1950 California (Robert Fletcher, Clarence C. Combs Jr., Bob Skene, Carlton Beal) 9; Bostwick Field 5 at Meadow Brook. 1951 Oak Brook Triple C (A. Donald Beveridge, William A. Mayer, Peter Perkins, Roy L. Barry) 9; Blind Brook Hurricanes 8 at Meadow Brook. 1952 Milwaukee Shamrocks (William Ylvisaker, Ray Harrington Jr., Alan L. Corey Jr., Thomas Cross) 7; Meadow Brook 6 at Meadow Brook. 1953 Milwaukee (Pedro Silvero, Ray Harrington Jr., Al Parsells, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 8; Meadow Brook 7 at Meadow Brook. 1954 C.C.C.-Meadow Brook (A. Donald Beveridge, George H. Bostwick, Alan L. Corey Jr., Harold L. Barry) 9; Brandywine 8 at Meadow Brook. 1955 No record found. 1956 Meadow Brook (Pedro Silvero, Vincent Rizzo, Alan L. Corey Jr., Alfred G. Pennell) 11; Boca Raton 9 at Piping Rock. 1957-1959 Inclusive - No record found. 1960 Tulsa (John Oxley, Jack Oxley, Jules M. Romfh, Charles R. Colee) 10; Blind Brook 2 at Meadow Brook. 1961 Milwaukee (Guillermo Gracida, Julio Muller, George Oliver, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 7; Aiken 6 at Meadow Brook. 1962-1974 Inclusive-Not played for.

UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 1975 Fairfield (George C. Haas Jr., Delmar W. Carroll, Peter B. Orthwein, Adam Winthrop) 8; Meadow Brook 7 at Meadow Brook. 1976 Potomac-Gone Away (Peter Rizzo, Robert Connors, A.J.H. “Podger” el Effendi, Vincent Rizzo) 8; Muttontown 4 at Bethpage State Park. 1977 Mallet Hill (Alfred Fortugno, Stephen Orthwein, A.J.H. “Podger” el Effendi, Frank Butterworth) 11; Bethpage 10 at Meadow Brook. 1978 Village Farms (George H. Bostwick, H. Manning Jr, Guillermo Gracida, Charles S. Bostwick) 1979 Fairfield (George Haas, C. Heath Manning Jr, Enrique Zorrilla, Peter Orthwein) 1980 Inclusive - No record found. 1981 Village Farms (Peter Bostwick, Charles S. Bostwick, Richard S. Bostwick, Bart Evans) 10; Meadow Brook 4 at Village Farms. 1982 Gone Away Farms (William Mulcahy, Joseph Muldoon III, Gabriel Donoso, William Matheson) 6; Village Farms 5 at Village Farms. 1983 Tackeria (Anthony Coppola, James Bachman, Donald Little, David Offen) 10; Centaurs 8 at Village Farms. 1984 Gone Away Farms (Gabriel Donoso, Alejandro Pera, Joseph Muldoon Jr., Joseph Muldoon III) 7; Pony Express 6 at Village Farms. 1985 Maplecroft (Neil Raymond, Alejandro Diaz Alberdi, Juan Lalor, Philip Lake) 13; Utopia 10 at Village Farms. 1986 Maplecroft (Neil Raymond, Philip Lake, Alejandro Diaz Alberdi, Juan Lalor) 10; Retama 4 at Village Farms. 1987 Landhope/Village Farms (Richard Bostwick, Charles Bostwick, W. Dixon Stroud, Thomas Biddle Jr.) 10; Pony Express 6 at Village Farms. 1988 Windswept (George C. Haas Jr., Marcos Heguy, Celestino Garros, Reed Oppenheimer) 10; Excalibur 7 at Village Farms. 1989 Gone Away Farms (Juan Bollini, Charles Muldoon, Justo Saavedra, Joseph Muldoon Jr.) 11; Windswept 10 at Village Farms. 1990 Landhope/Village Farms (W. Dixon Stroud, Philip Lake, Charles Bostwick, Richard Bostwick, Felipe Garcia del Rio) 5; Gone Away Farms 6 at Village Farms. 208


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1991 Gone Away Farms (Juan Bollini, Charles Muldoon, Joseph Muldoon III, Joseph Muldoon Jr.) 10; Landhope 5 at Potomac. 1992 Cold Comfort (Jose Donoso, Javier Tanoira, Esteban Panelo, Michael Fawcett) 10; Indian Motocycle 9 at Saratoga. 1993 Gone Away Farm (Charles Muldoon, Juan Bollini, Joseph Muldoon III, Joseph Muldoon Sr.) 11; Powatan 10 at Potomac. 1994 Longview (John Gobin, Martin Estrada, Robert Walton, William Ylvisaker, Michael Price) 9; Cold Comfort 5 at Saratoga. 1995 Cold Comfort (Michael Fawcett, Lucas Criado, Esteban Panelo, Scott Swerdlin) 16; Cotswold/Upatoi 12 at Saratoga. 1996 Racemark (Julian Hipwood, Javier J. Celis, Ruben Gonzales, Bob Bailey) 10; Cotswold 9 at Saratoga. 1997 Palm Locust (Walter J. Ganzi, Adam Snow, Owen Rinehart, Dale Schwetz) 12; Cotswold 11 at Saratoga. 1998 Isla Carroll (John B. Goodman, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida, Nicolas Roldan) 6; Palm Locusts 2 at Saratoga. 1999 Palm Restaurant’s Locusts (Walter J. Ganzi, John W. Hall, Stuart Erskine, Thomas Biddle Jr., Adam Snow) 8; Crab Orchard 7 at Saratoga. 2000 Saratoga (William Ylvisaker, Anthony Coppola, Francisco Bilbao, Ruben Sola, Felix Anzorreguy) 9; Crab Orchard 8 at Saratoga. 2001 Eureka (Melissa P. Ganzi, Jaime Garcia Huidobro, Juan Bollini, Henry DuToit) 9; Upatoi 8 at Saratoga. 2002 Upatoi (John F. Flournoy, Bradford W. Blake, Francisco E. Ayala, Eddy R. Martinez) 13; Gene’s Cleaning 9 at Saratoga. 2003 White Birch (Peter B. Orthwein Jr., Delmar Carroll-Walton, Mariano Aguerre, Peter M. Brant) 15; Terra Firma 10 at Greenwich. 2004 Gallito (Nicolas A. Intriago, Brandon Phillips, Luis Escobar, Roberto Gonzalez Gracida) 6; Bud Light 3 at Royal Palm. 2005 Peapacton (Michael Price, Cristian J. Laprida, Ruben Sola, Pablo MacDonough) 12; Total Body Rehabilitation 8 at Royal Palm. 2006 Peapacton (Ruben Sola, Matias G. Magrini, Michael Price, Bruce Robson, Facundo Sola) 14; Fair Oaks 6 at Royal Palm.

2007 BTA (Kelly S. Beal, Carlos Arellano Jr., Francisco Lanusse, Mariano Gonzalez) 12; Peapacton 9 at Royal Palm Polo Club. 2008 Brigadoon (Christine Cato, Eugene Kneece, Julio Arellano, Julian Daniels) 11; Bendabout 10 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2009 Barrington (Barbara Uskup, Thomas Biddle Jr., Julio Arellano, Antonio Galvan) 13; Goose Creek 10 at 302 Polo Club. 2010 Barrington (Barbara Uskup, Thomas Biddle Jr., Julio Arellano, Antonio Galvan) 15; Orchard Hill 12 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2011 White Birch (Peter M. Brant, Frederick H. Mannix, Mariano Aguerre, Jake D. Stimmel) 11; Equuleus 10 at Bridgehampton Polo Club. 2012 Circa (Martin Pepa, Tomas Alberdi, Mark Alan VanLith, Guillermo Aguero, Chris Del Gatto, Cristian J. Laprida) 11; White Birch 10 at Bridgehampton Polo Club. 2013 Equuleus (Joseph DiMenna, Martin Pepa, Mariano Gonzalez, Cristian J. Laprida) 10; White Birch 9 at Bridgehampton Polo Club. 2014 White Birch (Matias Sosa, Mariano Aguerre, Hilario Ulloa,Peter M. Brant, ) 9; Equuleus 7 at Bridgehampton Polo Club. 2015 White Birch (Santino Magrini, Hilario Ulloa, Mariano Aguerre, Peter M. Brant) 18; Tupungato 13 at Greenwich Polo Club. 2016 White Birch (Santino Magrini, Hilario Ulloa, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant) 11; Goose Creek 9 at Greenwich Polo Club.

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North American Cup 1974 Tulsa (William C. Linfoot, William R. Linfoot, Jason J. MacGinley, John T. Oxley) 10; Milwaukee 4. 1975 Tulsa (Rudy Salinas, William C. Linfoot, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, John C. Oxley) 9; Houston 5. 1976 Milwaukee (James I. Uihlein, William Mulcahy, William E. Stevens, Harold A. “Joe” Barry) 9; Tulsa 8. 1977 Willow Bend (James C. Gilstrap, Thomas Wayman, Lester Armour III, John T. Oxley) 9; Retama 7. 1978 Huisache (Benigno Toda III, Stewart L. Armstrong, William S. Farish III, Charles M. Armstrong) 8; Ft. Lauderdale 6. 1979 Las Tejas/Tulsa (E.R. Albert III, Ruben Gracida, Thomas Wayman, Manuel F. Rojas) 10; Gehache 8. 1980 Kingsville (John B. Armstrong, Stewart L. Armstrong, Roy M. Barry, Bobby Barry) 9; Retama 8. 1981 Southern Hills (Robert Hill, Seth W. Herndon Jr., Thomas Wayman, Steve M. Crowder, Hector Galindo) 11; Maui 10. 1982 San Antonio (Matthew Gose, Guillermo Gracida Sr., Carlos Gracida, C. Heath Manning) 8; Retama 7. 1983 San Antonio (H. Ben Taub, Alfredo Aycinena, Charles Armstrong, Calixto Garcia Velez Velez) 10; San Saba 9.

1984 Houston (Nathaniel J. Davis, William C. Linfoot, Charles Flanders, A.J.H el Effendi, Harley R. Stimmel, Miguel Silvestre) 9; Retama 8. 1985 Houston (Miguel Gonzalez, Abel A. Aguero, A.J.H. el Effendi, Nathaniel J. Davis) 12; San Saba 8. 1986 Fresnal (Matthew Gose, Valerio Aguilar, Ruben Gracida, Manuel Nava) 10; Retama 8. 1987 Saxony Farm (George Kawell, Jake Sieber, David Offen, Bruce Hundley) 12; Dallas 9. 1988 Los Potros (David Rolston, Hector Galindo, Joseph Henderson, Archie Salinas) 11; Empire 8. 1989 Hanalei Bay (Brian Prichard, Armando Gonzalez Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Ron Bonaguidi) 13; Santa Ynez Valley 10. 1990 Fish Creek (Robert Roenisch, Enrique Zavaleta, Julio Zavaleta, Fredrick Mannix) 10; Lodsworth 8. 1991 Empire (Alex Haagen, Alejandro M. Roldan, William C. Linfoot, Mariano Gonzalez) 12; Embassy Suite 7. 1992 High Hope Farm (Darin Martin, Bobby Barry, Thomas Biddle Jr., Wayne Garrison) 8; Lone Tree 5. 1993 Fish Creek (Fred Mannix, Robert Roenisch, Julio Zavaleta, Julie Roenisch) 6; Embassy Suites/Fabs 5. 210


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 1994 Not played for. 1995 Rancho Verde (Francisco Bilbao, Marcelo Rodriguez Abbiati, Felix Crespo, Ronald Greene) 12; Peters & Co. 6. 1996 Millarville (Michael Kerley, Steve Dalton, Michael Conant, Jake Shanklin) 13; Fish Creek 12. 1997 Fish Creek (Julie Roenisch, Joseph Henderson, Omar Sosa, Robert Roenisch) 10; Windsor Capital 9. 1998 Fox Den Farm (Michael Sifton, Francisco Bilbao, Steve Dalton, Robert Evans) 9; Millarville 8. 1999 Cam Clark Ford (Cam Clark, Gary Eakin, Benjamin Araya, Joseph Henderson) 14; Millarville 13. 2000 Millarville (James Mirikitani, Frederick H. Mannix, Benjamin Araya, Daniel Roenisch )13; Fish Creek 8. 2001 Millarville (Frederick H. Mannix, Daniel Roenisch, Benjamin Araya, Agustin Zavaleta) 11; Isla Carroll 5. 2002 Millarville (Pedro Orellana, Daniel Roenisch, Agustin Zavaleta, Tobin Wayman) 13; Mercury 8. 2003 Millarville (Fred H. Mannix, Daniel Roenisch, Jason K. Crowder, Tobin Wayman) 14; Fish Creek 8 at Calgary. 2004 Millarville (Fred H. Mannix, Daniel Roenisch, Tobin Wayman, Joe Wayne Barry) 13; Fish Creek 10 at Calgary. 2005 Millarville (Daniel Roenisch, Fred H. Mannix, Bradford W. Blake, Tobin Wayman) 14; Santa Clara 13 at Calgary.

2006 Zenas (Juan Martin Zavaleta Jr., John Ross Rooney, Joseph Henderson, Bradford W. Blake) 12; Fish Creek 8 at Calgary. 2007 Millarville (Brent Mirikitani, Fred H. Mannix, Daniel Roenisch, Julian Guy Mannix) 11; Tusk Energy 10 at Calgary. 2008 Not played for. 2009 Audi (Melissa Ganzi, Brandon Phillips, Juan Bollini, Kris Kampsen) 12; Port Mayaca 9 at Port Mayaca. 2010 Not played for. 2011 Flat Out (Paul R. Knapp Jr. Michael Alexis Rodzianko, Nicolas E. Roldan, Brandon Phillips) 8; Barbarossa Leather 7 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2012 Audi (Carlos Gracida, Carlos Gracida Jr., Nicolas E. Roldan, Marc C. Ganzi) 6; Piaget 5 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2013 Audi (Carlos Gracida, Carlos Gracida Jr., Nicolas E. Roldan, Marc C. Ganzi, Michel Dorignac) 11; Casablanca 10 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2014 Casablanca (Grant Ganzi, Jeffrey Blake, Nicolas Roldan, Kris Kampsen) 10; Palm Beach Polo 9 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2015 Travieso (Anthony Calle, Javier J. Celis, Facundo Obregon, Jesse Bray) 12; Felx Jet 6 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2016 Flexjet (Grant Ganzi, Jason Crowder, Nicholas Roldan, Jared Sheldon) 11; Audi 9 at Grand Champions Polo Club.

Fourteen Goal 1972 Milwaukee (Robert A. Uihlein III, G. Edward Lutz, Thomas Wayman, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 9; Fairfield-Myopia 7.

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Continental Cup (Formerly Fourteen Goal) 1974 Tulsa (Jeffrey Atkinson, William C. 1993 Range Rover (Tim Greene, John Kuhn, Jesus M. Baez, Bobby Barry) 8; Linfoot, Jason J. MacGinley, John T. Lithographics 6. Oxley) 5; Midland 2. 1975 Milwaukee (James I. Uihlein, William E. 1994 Preferred Check Services (Weldon Kissler, Oscar Garibay, Valerio Aguilar, Stevens, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Robert A. Matt Sekera) 9; Bill Jacobs Land Rover 8. Uihlein Jr.) 10; Good Hope Farms 9. 1976 Joy Farm (Edward Lutz, William E. 1995 Laurel Motors (Angelo Kleronomos, David Offen, Luis Escobar, Gary Eakin) Stevens, Seth Herndon Jr., William C. 12; McGrath/Lexus 11. Hetherington) 11; Indianapolis 5. 1977 Milwaukee (Adolphus Busch, C. Heath 1996 Laurel Motors (Jeff Hall, Robert Yackley, Luis Escobar, Angelo Kleronomos) 10; Manning Jr., Fortunato Gomez Romero, Paine Webber 9. Thomas E. Hughes) 9; Longwood 5. 1978 Dahlwood (Thomas J. Wigdahl, David 1997 Lithographics (Matt Sekera, Francisco Aguilar, Valerio Aguilar, Arie Wigdahl, Thomas B. Harris, John Hoogendoorn) 10; Laurel Motors 9. Wigdahl) 9; Narco 4. 1979 Oak Brook (Richard W. Kuhn, Alan 1998 Not played for. M. Harris, Thomas B. Harris, Michael 1999 Chime Bell Stations (Jerry Spitler, Brandon Phillips, David Offen, Thomas Butler) 11; Milwaukee 9. Biddle Jr.) 10; Upatoi Blue 9. 1980 Red Doors Farm (Geoffrey Kent, Paul Rizzo, William W. Ylvisaker, William 2000 Landhope Farms (W. Dixon Stroud, Eugene Fortugno, Thomas Biddle Jr. T. Ylvisaker) 8; Glendale 7. Jr., Francisco Eddy, Joselito Pasten) 13; 1981 Twelve Oaks (Bobby Barry, Jake Sieber, Upatoi Green 11. Roy M. Barry Jr., Michael R. Sparks) 9; 2001 Upatoi Blue (Mason H. Lampton, Oak Brook-Hyatt 6. Apolinario Baez, Juan Martinez Baez, 1982 Rolex (Guy Avedisian, Geoffrey Kent, Francisco Bilbao) 10; Crestview 8 at Antonio Herrera, William T. Ylvisaker) Point Clear. 8; Twelve Oaks 7. 2002 Northwood (Ashley R. Schiff, Kris E. 1983 Rolex A&K (John Greene, Geoffrey Kampsen, Adam Snow, Marcos Onetto) Kent, Antonio Herrera, Dominic Cece) 10; Orchard Hill 9 at Langdon Road. 10; Twelve Oaks 6. 2003 New Bridge (Russell C. McCall, Kris E. 1984 Milwaukee (Anthony P. Alexander, Kampsen, Matias G. Magrini, Brandon James Uihlein, Robert Uihlein, G. Phillips) 13; Upatoi Green 6 at Langdon Edward Lutz) 11; Piaget 10. Road. 1985 Silver Eagle (James Uihlein, Gary Eakin, 2004 Not played for. Dale Smicklas, William Busch) 8; Piaget 6. 2005 Winfield (Stephen A. Orthwein Jr., Owen 1986 Michelob (Martin Estrada, William R. Rinehart, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., Busch, Gary Eakin, Andrew Busch) 11; Richard W. Hartnett) 10; Derry Heir 7 Oak Brook 9. at Langdon Road. 1987 Devonwood (Wesley S. Devon, Augusto 2006 Dahlwood (Alan Martinez, Michael R. Gomez Romero, Samuel Moreno, Scott Matz, David A. Wigdahl, Martin Estrada) Devon) 7; Oak Brook 6. 11; Henley House 7 at Langdon Road. 1988 Devonwood (William Devon, Darrell 2007 Upatoi (John F. Flournoy, Alan Martinez, Schwetz, Richard Walton, Scott Devon) Juan Jose Baez, Eddy Roberto Martinez) 7; Lith-o-Graphics 3. 17; Foxdale 9 at 302 Polo Club. 1989 El Jovero (Fred Stauder, Ricardo 2008 Brigadoon (Christine Cato, Eugene Garibay, Javier J. Celis, Oscar Garibay) Kneece, Justin Pimsner, Julio Arellano) 8; Universal Diamond 6. 11; Morgan Creek 9 at 302 Polo Club. 1990 Grants Farm Manor (William Busch, 2009 Crestview (Alan Meeker, Owen Rinehart, Andrew Busch, Arthur Ramos, Robert John Eicher, Alan Martinez) 9; Winfield Yackley) 11; Laurel Motors 9. 8 at 302 Polo Club. 1991 Not played for. 2010 Winfield (Richard Hartnett, Luis Escobar, 1992 Yes Check (Matt Sekera, Steve Dalton, Richard Hartnett Jr., Ulysses Escapite) 11; Barrington 10 at 302 Polo Club. William Raab, Sunny Hale) 7: Cotswold 6. 212


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 2011 Bendabout (Gillian Johnston, Julio Arellano, Wesley Uys, Nicholas Morrison) 12; Mt. Brilliant 11 at 302 Polo Club. 2012 Bendabout (Agustin Murphy Arellano, Wesley J. Uys, Gillian E. Johnston, Julio Arellano) 12; Barrington 10 at 302 Polo Club. 2013 Cooper Home & Stable/DI Polo (J.D. Cooper, John Mangin, Jesus Escapite, Kris Kampsen) 9; Barrington 7 at New Bridge Polo Club.

2014 Skaneateles (Cesar Jimenez, Alan Martinez, Julian Daniels, Martin S. Cregg) 11; Kenny Ray Personal Fitness 9 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2015 Crestview Genetics (Alan Meeker, Pedro Manion, Hugo Lloret, Thomas Biddle Jr., Connor Deal) 12; Bottega 11 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2016 Not played for.

Eastern Challenge 1986 Johnston-Lemon (Alan Nash, Jack Whittemore, Juan Bollini, Salvador Socas) 14; Gone Away Farm 8. 1987 Gone Away Farms (Joseph Muldoon III, Darrell Schwetz, Charles Muldoon, Joseph Muldoon Sr.) 1988 Lithographics (Tony Sekera, John Kuhn, Miguel Guisasola, Richard Kuhn) 9; Devonwood 8. 1989 El Jovero (Fred Stauder, Oscar Garibay, Ricardo Garibay, Javier J. Celis) 11; White Eagle 7. 1990 El Jovero (Fred Stauder, Gabriel Gracida, Javier J. Celis, Fernando Pliego) 7; Milwaukee-Barrington Hills 5. 1991 Laurel/Maple Lane (Julio Arellano, Robert Puetz, Calixto Garcia Velez, Angelo Kleronomos) 11; Naperville Polo 8. 1992 Maple Lane/Laurel Motors (Angelo Kleronomos, Julio Arellano, Luis Escobar, David Wigdahl) 14; Yes Check 7. 1993 Lithographics (Matt Sekera, Miguel Parada, Valerio Aguilar, Richard Kuhn, Tony Sekera, John Kuhn) 10; Range Rover 9. 1994 Bill Jacobs Land Rover (John Greene, Tim Greene, Julio Arellano, John Kuhn) 9; Preferred Check Services 8. 1995 McGrath Lexus (Horacio Onetto, John Wigdahl, Valerio Aguilar, Matt Sekera) 15; Laurel Motors 9. 1996 Laurel Motors (Jeff Hall, Robert Yackley, Luis Escobar, Dean Kleronomos) 9; Chukker Collection 7. 1997 Lithographics (Matt Sekera, Francisco Aguilar, Valerio Aguilar, Sandy Stuart) 11; Due West 10. 1998-1999 Not played for.

2000 Crab Orchard (George Rawlings, Armando Huerta, James Armstrong, Orrin Ingram) 10; Crab Orchard II 3. 2001 Crab Orchard (George R. Rawlings, Stuart Erskine, James Armstrong, Sara Ingram) 9; Novogen 7. 2002-2004 Not played for. 2005 Planet Auto (Manouk L. Costanian, Juan Bollini, Melissa P. Ganzi, Eduardo Lezica) 9; Ponte Vedra 6 at Royal Palm. 2006 Audi/Boca Developers (Richard W. Barrow, Juan Bollini, Diego Cossio, Melissa P. Ganzi) 12; GTP Polo 6 at Royal Palm. 2007 Green Meadows (Catherine C. Erb, Thomas A. Sikes, Diego Cossio, William Boes Swaim, Eduardo Lezica, Jeffrey W. Blake) 10; Las Fajitas 7 at Royal Palm. 2008 & 2009 Not played for. 2010 Cinque Terre (Marc Ganzi, Nicolas Roldan, Alessandro Bazzoni, Lucas Lalor) 13; Pony Express 12 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2011 Piaget (Melissa Ganzi, Juan A. Badiola, Nicolas E. Roldan, Natascha C.D. Baecher) 8; Pony Express/Santa Clara 5 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2012 Longfield/Equine Law (Jeff Hall, Jason K. Crowder, Hannah Buchan, Avery S. Chapman) 14; Pony Express 10 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2013 Not played for. 2014 Audi (Kris Kampsen, Marc Ganzi, Rupert Lewis, Robert Gonzalez) 8; Flight Options 7 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2015 Casablanca (Grant Ganzi, Juan Bollini Jr., Guillermo Aguero, Kris Kampsen) 11; Dutta Corp 10 at Grand Champions Polo Club 2016 Not played for. 213


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Heritage Cup 1986 Village Farms (W. Dixon Stroud, Charles 1998 Mokarow (William Mudra, Robert Payne, Bostwick, Richard Bostwick, David George Olivas, Kevin Mokarow)13; Widener) 12; Johnston-Lemon 4. CMC 8. 1987 Windswept Farm (George C. Haas Jr., 1999 CMC (John Eicher, William Mudra, Jorge Thomas Biddle Sr., Celestino Garros, Olivas, Jesse Pruitt) 8; Land Rover 7. Thomas Biddle Jr.) 7; Ramapo 5. 2000 Not played for. 1988 Landhope-Village Farm (John Gobin, Richard Bostwick, Murad Ismail-Kahn, 2001 Mallethead (Jesus Escapite, Isidro Olivas, Oscar Bermudez, Alex Ribiero) W. Dixon Stroud) 9; Ramapo 5. 12; Mokarow Financial 7. 1989 Village Farms (Dave Mansfield, Richard Bostwick, Charles Bostwick, Charles 2002 Michelob Light (Oscar Bermudez Jr., William Mudra, Brent Mirikitani, Jesse Armstrong) 9; Horsepower 8. Pruitt) 13; Henry S. Miller 12. 1990 Palm Beach National (Mike Jackson, Vicki Armour, James Bachman, Guerry 2003 Arranmore (John Greene, Tim Greene, Carlos Arellano Jr., Nicolas Roldan) 8; Stribling) 11; Hard to Fine/Southern Morgan Creek 7 at Barrington. Eagle 10. 1991 Racers (Robert Rodriquez, Thomas 2004 Arranmore (Tim Greene, John Greene, Biddle, Robin Uihlein, Frank Rackley) Marcelo Frayssinet, Carlos Arellano 10; Michelob 9. Jr.)12; Pinecroft 11 at Chicago 1992 High Hope (Wayne Garrison, Robert International. Evans, Bobby Barry, Roy Barry, Nick 2005 Arranmore (Facundo Obregon, Marcelo Rey) 11; Chili’s 9. Frayssinet, Carlos Arellano Jr., Tim 1993 Michelob (Sam Jordan, Eugene Kneece, Greene) 11; Morgan Creek 10 at Chicago Gary Eakin, Bobby Barry) 11; Coca-Cola International. 10. 2006 Results not received. 1994 Grant’s Farm Manor (Yvette Biddle, 2007-2010 Not played for. William Busch, Hector Galindo, Andrew 2011 Taylor BMW (Barbara G. Uskup, Busch) 7; Southern Eagle 6. Antonio Galvan, Thomas J. Biddle Jr., 1995 B o o m e r a n g ( S a m a n t h a E l p h i c k , Eugene H. Kneece III) 12; Cooper Home Francisco Lanusse, John Gobin, Luis & Stable 10 at New Bridge Polo Club. Escobar) 12; Saratoga 11. 1996 Aspen-Michelob (Gary Eakin, Adrian 2012-2014 Not played for. Wade, Julian Hipwood, Douglas 2015 Klentner Ranch (Steve Kreuger, Jesse Bray, Michael V. Azzaro, Justin Klentner) Matthews) 12; Thorndale 11. 11; Lucchese 10 at Santa Barbara Polo & 1997 Mallet Head (Dan Leland, Robert Payne Raquet Club. Jr., Alex Ribiero, Charles W. Smith, 2016 Tournament not completed. Oscar Bermudez)10; Shooting Star 9.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Western Challenge 1986 Circle 2 (Michael Zapara, Arthur Ramos, 2000 Not played for. Harley Stimmel, H. Ben Taub) 11; Bob 2001 HS Miller (Vaughn E. Miller, Gonzalo Moore Farms 8. Egana, Isidro F. Olivas, Brent Mirikitani) 9; CMC 8. 1987 Bob Moore Farms (Robert W. Moore, Michael V. Azzaro, Ted Moore, Don 2002 Isla Carroll (Julio F. Gracida, Brandon Black) 13; Circle Z 5. Phillips, Michael V. Azzaro, John B. Goodman ) 9; Lockton 8. 1988 Empire (Alexander Haagen III, Alexander Haagen IV, William C. Linfoot, Joseph 2003 Not played for. Henderson) 7; Los Potros 6. 2004 Pegasus (David Andras, Julio Gracida, 1989 Fish Creek (Herman-Louis DeCoite, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Bradford W. Blake) 11; Old Pueblo 9 at Houston. Robert Roenisch, Julio Zavaleta, Fredrick P. Mannix) 27; Southern Hills 22. 2005 ERG/Shadoeco (Carlos Arellano Jr., 1990 Malibu Vice (Geoffrey Palmer, William Carlos S. M. Saenz, Matias Machado, Maybery Jr., Pablo Alberdi, David Lewis, Jeffrey R. Wood) 10; Rocking P/ Adam Buchanan) 13; Royal Pahang 10. Winstead 7 at Houston. 1991 Not played for. 2006 Results Not Received. 1992 San Antonio (Randy Reddell, James 2007 ERG (Martin Munoz, Scott Y. Wood, Newman, Stewart Armstrong, Ronald Jeffrey W. Blake, Agustin Molinas) 12; Horne) 6; Isle Carroll 4. Rockin P 8 at Houston. 1993 San Saba (Joe Wayne Barry, Robert 2008-2010 Not played for. Evans, Bart Evans, Tommy Lee Jones) 2011 ERG (Scott Y. Wood, Jared Sheldon 10; Isle Carroll 9. Santiago Torres, Santiago Tahier) 13; BTA 9 at Brookshire Polo Club. 1994 Isla Carroll (John Goodman, Robert Evans, Tommy Wayman, Charles 2012 ERG (Bradford W. Blake, Julio F. Flanders) 4; Dallas 3. Gracida, Miguel A. Torres Jr., Scott Y. Wood) 6; Hanalei Bay 5 at Houston Polo 1995 Not played for. Club. 1996 George’s Creek (Kenn George, Bobby Barry, Richard Walton, Scott Lancaster) 2013 Not played for. 7; Brushy Creek 3 at Houston. 2014 BTA (Steven Krueger, Ulysses Escapite, 1997 Tri Point Farm (Robin Murphy, Isidro Joe Wayne Barry, Kelly Beal) 12; Fairplay 8 at Houston Polo Club. Olivas, Jorge Olivas, Jeff Mero) 8; Sirius Solutions 4. 2015 Fairplay (Esther Kane, Remy Du Celliee 1998 TV Azteca (Adrian Steckel, Diego Muller, Jose Zegers, Alejandro Vial) 11; Tonkawa 8 at Houston Polo Club. Solorzano, Valerio Aguilar, Francisco Aguilar) 7; Delta Knights 5. 2016 ERG (Duilio Diaz, Michel Dorignac, 1999 San Saba (Tommy Lee Jones, Luis Scott Wood, Mike Azzaro, Harrison Azzaro) 10; Tonkawa 6 at Houston Polo Echezarreta, Matthew Fonseca, Hugo Club. Nunez) 9; Henry S. Miller 4. Regional Classic-Midwest 1998 Grant’s Farm Manor (Anthony Garcia, 1989-1990 Inclusive-Not played for. 1991 No results. Carlos Arellano Jr., Andrew Busch, Billy 1992 Laurel Motors (Dean Kleronomos, David Sheldon) 9; Huntleigh Oaks 8. Wigdahl, Julio Arellano, Kevin Fawcett) 1999 Nashville -Not played for.-bad weather. 11; Cotswold Farm 8. 2000 Farm Vet.com (Cathy Brown, Orrin 1993-1994 Inclusive-Not played for. Ingram, James Armstrong, Armando 1995 Huntleigh Oaks (Anne Broeder, Hamish Huerta) 12; Upatoi Green 10. Bray, Stephen Orthwein, Christopher 2001 Huntleigh Oaks (Robert F. Orthwein, Orthwein) 8; Grant’s Farm Manor 6. Stephen A. Orthwein Jr., Geoff G. 1996 Not played for. Cameron, Stephen A. Orthwein) 8; 1997 Grant’s Farm Manor (Stephen Orthwein Grant’s Farm/Huntleigh McGehee 5. Jr., Stephen Orthwein, Hamish Bray, Andrew Busch). 2002-2016 Not played for. 215


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1989 Not played for. 1990 Long Meadow (Keating Willcox, J. Kurt Miller, Guerry B. Stribling, Mike Jackson) 8; Seagulls 7. 1991 Not played for. 1992 Gruen (Donatien Langlois, Scott Campbell, David Rizzo, Michael Nissan, Jeff Hubsher) 10; Lexus 9. 1993 Lexus (Maruf Khan-Noorpuri, Peter Daly, Pedro Marcos Bignoli, Chris Briere) 9; Smithtown Hay 7. 1994 Whitehaven (Les Gurren, Raul DeDios, Pascual Salatino, Peter Bibeau) 12; Meadowbrook 11. 1995 BZW (Alex Scarsini, Flaco Maldonado, Peter Daly, Eduardo Lezica) 12; Meadowbrook 8. 1996 Dunedin Eire (Juan Martinez Baez, Horton Schwartz, Martin Estrada, Michael Caruso) 7; Yellow Mallet 6. 1997 Tu p u n g a t o ( C a r l o s M a l d o n a d o , Guillermo Aguero, Abel Aguero, Luis Rinaldini) 10; La Condesa 0. 1998 Cook Cardiology (Randy Greer, Horton Schwartz, David Offen, Gary Roubin) 8; Country Motors 7.

1999 Tupungato (Luis Rinaldini, Andres Weisz, Francisco Bilbao, Scott Campbell) 5; Country Motors 4. 2000 Country Farms (Ashley Schiff, Todd Offen, Thomas Biddle Jr., Robert Ceperano) 9; Tupungato 8. 2001 Not played for. 2002 Racemark/Bloomfield Farm (Eddy R. Martinez, Bradford W. Blake, William D. Orthwein, Bob Bailey) 14; Ramirez Financial 11 at Saratoga. 2003 Tupungato (Alberto O. Genova, Francisco Lanusse, J. Horton Schwartz III, Luis E. Rinaldini) 10; Mayfair 9 at Southampton. 2004 Equuleus (Joe A. DiMenna, Hugo Tagliaferro, Cristian Jose Laprida, J. Horton Schwartz) 10; Statewide 9 at Southampton. 2005 Endeavor Capital (Juan I. Taverna, Julio F. Gracida, Miguel A. Torres, Laurence M. Austin) 12; Topping Pond 11 at Southampton. 2006-2016 Not played for.

Regional Classic-Northwest 2000 Fish Creek (Travis Dix, Julio Zavaleta, 1989-1998 Inclusive-Not played for. 1999 Fish Creek (Kristy Waters, Julio Zavaleta, Joey Casey, Willis Hartman) 13; Big Joey Casey, Derek Dalton) 9; Cam Clark Rock 12. Ford 8. 2001-2016 Not played for. Regional Classic-Southeast 1989 Not played for. 1995 Sarasota (Eric Oppenheimer, Francisco Baez, Jesse Torres, Robert “Robin” 1990 Maple Lane (Julio Arellano, Luis Uihlein III) 7; Longboat Key 5. Escobar, Calixto Garcia Velez, Angelo 1996 Ivanhoe (John McDonald, Francisco Kleronomos) 17; Mallet Hill 5. Bilbao, Martin Estrada, Bryan Thomas) 1991 Richland (Gonzalo Quiroga, Darin 16; Great Oaks 8. Martin, Bobby Barry, Wayne Garrison) 1997 Sovereign Farms (Marshall Elkins, 10; Brownsboro 5. Gabriel Crespo, Antonio Galvan, 1992 High Hope Farm (Wayne Garrison, Jake Franciso Bilbao) 11; Great Oaks 9. Sieber, Roy Barry, Darin Martin) 12; 1998 Polo Ralph Lauren (Rick Brehm, Gabriel Brownsboro Polo 6. Crespo, Antonio Galvan, Jesse Torres) 1993 Not played for. 12; Ivanhoe 11. 1994 Over-the-hill Gang (Edgar Cato, Luis 1999 Sovereign Farm (Harold Oppenheimer, Echezarreta, Jesse Torres, Philip O. Antonio Galvan, Francisco Bilbao, Heatley) 10; Sarasota 9. Marshall Elkins) 15; Ayavalla 13.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 2000 Powhatan (Gonzalo De La Fuente, Andres Weisz, Pedro Orellana, Jeffrey Phipps) 13; McGuire Steel 9. 2001 Landhope (W. Dixon Stroud Jr., Francisco Bilbao, Gabriel S. Crespo, D.A. Walker Young II) 11; Overlook 8. 2002 Overlook (Alan Martinez, Eddy R. Martinez, Antonio Galvan, Dana Aschinger) 10; Brigadoon 8 at Sarasota. 2003 Landhope (W. Dixon Stroud, Francisco Eddy, Juan Martinez-Baez), James Mirikitani) 11; New Bridge 9 at Sarasota. 2004 Alazana Polo (Antonio Galvan, Jose Hugo Nunez, James Mirikitani, Julia Cook) 12; Landhope 9 at Sarasota. 2005 Brigadoon (Christine A. Cato, Brent Mirikitani, Francisco Bilbao, Joe W. Barry) 10; Landhope 8 at Sarasota. 2006 War Horse (Santiago Wulff, Marcos Onetto, Gerry Aschinger, Francisco Bilbao) 11; Mustang Ranch 10 at Sarasota.

2007 Brigadoon (Brent Mirikitani, Eugene Kneece, James Mirikitani, Christine Cato) 11; Little Owl 9 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2008 Sunnyside Farm (Eddy Martinez, Alan Martinez, Max Stevens, Matt Sekera) 13; Mustang Ranch 7 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2009 M&I Wealth Management (Joe Wayne Barry, Julian Daniels, Tobin Wayman and James P. Uihlein) 12; Mustang Ranch 10 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2010 Genesis (James Uihlein, Joe Wayne Barry, Shane Rice, Ka’aina DeCoite) 13; Hillcroft 10 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2011 Ten Oaks Polo (Brent Mirikitani, Sain Flera Joseph, Brent Hamill, John Luke Beck) 5; Highpointe Polo 4 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2012 M&I Wealth Management/Wildcat (Ryan Gilbertson, James Puelicher Uihlein, Hector Galindo, Joe Wayne Barry) 11; Hillcroft 10 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2013-2016 Not played for.

Regional Classic-Southwestern 2014 Fairplay (Jose Zegers, Remy Du Celliee Muller, Alejandro Vial, Ester Kane) 13; Rockin’ P /Lockton 8 at Houston Polo Club. 2015 Whitehall Ranch (Bill Lane, Marcos Alberdi, Miguel Torres, Stuart Erskine) 11; Tonkawa 8 at Houston Polo Club. 2016 ERG (Scott Wood, Duilo Diaz, Michel Dorignac, Mike Azzaro) 13; Ghurka 8 at Houston Polo Club.

2011 Rocking P (Carlos Arellano Jr., B. Carl Price, Tomas E. Collingwood, Marcos Villanueva) 10; ERG 9 at Brookshire Polo Club. 2012 ERG (Bradford W. Blake, Jeffrey W. Blake, Julio F. Gracida, Scott Y. Wood) 14; BTA 12 at Houston Polo Club. 2013 Not played for.

Regional Classic-Western 1989 Not played for. 1990 Chili’s (Kenny Lean, George Olivas, Fayyaz Uddin, Norman Brinker) 12; San Saba 9. 1990 Apt. 35C (Ann Mallinckrodt, Brian Murphy, Joseph Henderson, William Mudra) 12; San Fernando 11. 1991 Chili’s (Henry Punzi, Julio Arellano, George Olivas, Norman Brinker, Ben Krueger) 12; Neighborhood Doctor 8. 1992 Mokarow Financial (Matthew Smith, Oscar Bermudez, Horton Schwartz, Barry Zindel) 11; King’s Guard 10.

1993 North Cliff (Duncan Ellis, George Olivas, Horton Schwartz, Michael Prentiss) 10; Shooting Star 9. 1994 Bear Creek (Dan Leland, Ignacio Socas, Isidro Olivas, Ben Krueger) 7; Shooting Star 7.1995 S h o o t i n g S t a r (Ralph Gutierrez, Oscar Bermudez, A.A.B. “Wicky” el Effendi, Dan Leland) 8; Brushy Creek 7. 1996 Shooting Star (Oscar Bermudez, Dave Leland, Bil Steding, A.A.B. “Wicky” el Effendi) 13; Arlington (Tripoint) 7. 217


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2004 Hibernia National Bank (William T. Tankard, Brent Mirikitani, William Mudra, Jesse Pruitt) 12; Henry S. Miller 6 at Las Colinas. 2005 Mokarow Farms (Kevin Mokarow, Robert B. Payne Jr., Delmar C. Walton, Alan Martinez) 9; Henry S. Miller 6 at Las Colinas. 2006 Results Not Received. 2007 Lucchese (Jesus M. Baez, Tomas Franco, Andres Weisz, John R. Muse) 11; Mokarow Farms 10 at Las Colinas. 2008-2010 Not played for. 2011 Little Owl (Rodrigo MacDonough, Hector Galindo, Joe Wayne Barry, James Ilsley Uihlein) 11; Parrot Heads/ Jan Pamela 10 at Flying H Polo Club. 2012-2016 Not played for.

Bronze Trophy 1980 Diamond “J” Ranch (Graham Osborne, 1984 A. Kay Morgan, Julio Muller Jr., Richard E. Johnson) 7; Maltese Polo Co. 6. 1981 Tulsa (John Oxley, Joey Casey, Joe 1985 Casey, Jake Sieber) 8; Broad Acres 7. 1982 Broad Acres (Bob Moore, John Sieber, Dale Smicklas, Don Black) 9; Tulsa 8. 1983 Ekistics (Alberto Aguirre, Jesus M. 1986 Baez, Nick Jacinto, Luis Castillejo) 8; Windswept Farms 7. 218

The Glenlivet (Dana Fortugno, Paul Fortugno, Allan Scherer, Alina Carta) 10; White Fence 9. Palm Beach Farms (Darin Martin, Jake Sieber, John Sieber, Heiner Schuster, Peter Schuster) 10; Mallet Hill 6. The Glenlivet (Alina Carta, Charles Armstrong, Brad Scherer, Jose Escobar) 9; Palm Beach Farms 8.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1987 Kennelot Stable (Henryk de Kwiatkowski, Warren Scherer, Allan Scherer, Alina Carta) 10; Palm Beach 9. 1988 Polo Farm (Rodger Rinehart Sr., Rodger Rinehard Jr., James Bachman, Robert Lindgren) 10; Cornucopia 7. 1989 Branchwater/Aiken (William Hook, Brian Prichard, James Bachman, Alan Friedman) 9; Windswept Farm 6. 1990 Point Clear (Michael Gerard, Ken McLean, Fayyaz Uddin, Charles Armstrong) 8; Chili’s 5. 1991 Richland (Wayne Garrison, Darin Martin, Robert Evans, Roy Barry) 8; Windswept 7. 1992 Braman Motors (Sam Morton, Fayyaz Uddin, Deborah Couples, Thomas Biddle) 11; Campo Alegre 10. 1993 Doncaster (Dawson Tanner, Alec ScottBarnes, Joseph Henderson, Bobo Tanner) 12; Outback 4. 1994 Redlegs (Vicki Armour, Charles Muldoon, Luis Escobar, Mohammed Dasuki) 12; Catawba 4. 1995 Riverview (Bryan Middleton, Orrin Ingram, James Armstrong, Richard Knoth) 12; Farm Depot 6. 1996 Coca-Cola (Summerfield K. Johnston III, Alec Scott-Barnes, Guerry Stribling, Stanley P. Thaemert) 5; San Antonio 4. 1997 T&J Farms (Kris Kampsen, Robert Evans, Ruben Gracida, Julie Boyle 10; Windswept 9. 1998 Diet Coke (Gillian Johnston, Stuart Erskine, Guerry Stribling, Nancy Romfh) 10; Wildcat 6. 1999 Red River (Mark Lillyman, Craig Ellis, Hamish Bray, Christopher Orthwein) 10; Morgan Creek 7. 2000 Equuleus (Delmar Carroll-Walton, Vieri Antinori, Cristian Laprida, Joe DiMenna) 14; Tackeria/Triton 8. 2001 Barrington Polo (I. Thomas Uskup, William Mudra, William Raab, Bryan Middleton) 14; Hidden Creek 12 2002 Eureka (Melissa P. Ganzi, Dale Joseph Schwetz, Juan Bollini, Marc C. Ganzi) 11; Bud Light 9 at Gulfstream. 2003 San Antonio (Charles S. Bostwick, Charles M. Armstrong, Guillermo J. Usandizaga, Bradley A. Scherer) 11; Woodlawn 9 at Gulfstream.

2004 Goose Creek/Santa Clara (Maureen C. Brennan, Bradford W. Blake, Andre S. Diniz, Francisco Escobar) 6; Bendabout Farm 5 at Gulfstream. 2005 Santa Clara (Francisco Escobar, Weston W. Gracida, Ruben Gracida, Bradford W. Blake) 11; Crestview 8 at Gulfstream. 2006 White Birch (William Lasater Johnston, Christopher M. Brant, Fernando L. Roldan, Nicholas Manifold, Todd Offen)12; Morgan Holland 11 at Gulfstream. 2007 Cinque Terre (Nicholas Manifold, Todd Offen, Alessandro Bazzoni, Santiago Torres) 8; Audi Polo 7 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2008 Polo Do (Michel Dorignac, Matias Machado, Juan Martin Obregon, Matias Bullrich, Max Menini) 9; Longfield 8 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2009 Audi (Melissa Ganzi, Mariano Gracida, Juan Bollini, Brandon Phillips) 11; Gulfstream 6 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2010 Equuleus (Joe DiMenna, Juan Martin Obregon, Mariano Gonzalez, Hugo Tagliaferro) 15; SLS Jets 9 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2011 Piaget (Melissa P. Ganzi, Lucas Lalor, Juan Bollini, Marc C. Ganzi, Calixto H. Garcia Velez III) 7; Oakdale/Buckhead 6 at Gulfsream Polo Club. 2012 Las Espuelas (Julio F. Gracida, William Weston Gracida, Mariano Gracida, Carlos Gracida Jr.) 11; Piaget 10 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2013 La Herradura (Matthew Coppola, Carlos Gracida Jr., Julio Gracida, Weston Gracida) 15; Mt. Brilliant 9 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2014 Truu Polo ( Martin Estrada, Julio Ezcurra, Ulysses Escapite, Federico Intriago) 12; Skaneateles 8 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2015 Main Man (John Metz, Gabriel Gracida, Cuko Escapite, Pelon Escapite) 10; Youpooly 7 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2016 Crestview Genetics (Joaquin Panelo, Alan Meeker, Pedro Manion, Hugo Lloret) 11; SD Farms 5 at New Bridge Polo Club.

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Twelve Goal 1923 Penllyn (George H. Earle III, Albert L. 1940 Gates Mills (John Knutsen, Aldred House, Smith, Barclay McFadden, M.H. Dixon) Courtney Burton, John Hammond) 6; 711 8; United States Army 6. Ranch 5. 1924 Not played for. 1941 Oak Brook (Harry O. Owen Jr., Paul 1925 Fort Bliss (Capt. Delmar S. Wood, Maj. Butler, Dan Peacock, Charles Aaberg) 7; Houston Huisache 6. Harry D. Chamberlin, Capt. Lucien K. Truscott, Capt. George E. Huthsteiner) 1942-1947 Inclusive-Not played for. 14; Midwick 5. 1948 Pittsfield (Albert Pennell, Thomas 1926 Fort Leavenworth (Capt. Chandler A. Wheeler, Charles Wheeler, Zenas Colt) 11; Dallas 10. Wilkinson, Capt. Charles C. Smith, Maj. Ira P. Swift, Maj. John K. Brown) 14; 1949 San Mateo Con Cars (L.C. Smith, Victor Rockaway 1. Graber, William Linfoot, Herschel Crites) 5; Oak Brook Shamrocks 3. 1927 Fort Bliss (Lt. Earl F. Thomson, Capt. Chester E. Davis, Maj, John K. Brown, 1950 Sun Team (Robert Schless, Paul Butler, Capt. George E. Huthsteiner) 11; Cavalry Peter Perkins, James Kraml) 7; Winnetka 6. School 7. 1951 Dallas (Raworth Williams, John Ryan, 1928 Fort Riley (Capt. Vaughn M. Cannon, Clarence Starks, Luis Ramos) 4; Healy Farms 3. Capt. Carleton Burgess, Capt. Lucien K. Truscott, Capt. James C. Short) 10; Point 1952 Blind Brook (Thomas B. Glynn, Adalbert Judith 4. von Gontard Jr., Cyril R. Harrison, Jack Crawford) 6; Fairfield 5. 1929 Midwick (Charles B. Wrightsman, Neil S. McCarthy, J. Howland Paddock, H.H. 1953 El Ranchito (Albert B. Wharton Jr., Wilson) 11; Fort Leavenworth 7. William A. Mayer, Jesse Smith, Murray Samuell Jr.) 8; El Paso 4. 1930 (Eastern Division) Fort Sam Houston (Capt. C.P. Chapman, Lt. Harry Cullins, 1954 Farmington (Barclay Robinson, Zenas Capt. William H. Craig, Capt. John A. C. Colt, Frank Butterworth, Albert Smith Jr.) 10; Rockaway 7. Marenholz) 9; Fairfield 6. 1930 (Western Division) Fort Sill (Lt. Albert 1955 White Swan (Rufus Hayden, Leslie L. R.S. Barden, Lt. James W. Clyburn, Maj. Linfoot, L.R. Linfoot, Herschel Crites) Horace L. McBride, Maj. Joseph M. 6; Oak Brook 4. Swing) 5; San Mateo Blue Team 3. 1956 Oak Brook-Solo Cup (Jack Murphy, 1931-1932 Inclusive-Not played for. Hugo Dalmar, Stanley Taylor, Leo Hulseman) 9; Healy Farms 1. 1933 Fort Sheridan (Lt. George S. Smith, Capt. Chandler A. Wilkinson, Capt. Chester E. 1957 Circle F (Russell Firestone, Hugo Davis, Lt. Lawrence G. Smith) 8; Miami Dalmar, Paul (Bill) Barry, Jack Murphy) Valley Polo & Hunt Club 6. 11; Dallas 4. 1934 Miami Valley (Britton B. Wood, William 1958 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, Leslie L. Linfoot, B. Wood, Howell H. Howard, Stanley Clark Hetherington, C. Robert Colee) 11; Taylor) 3; Iroquois 2. Crescents 10. 1935 Oak Brook (James A. Hannah, George A. 1959 Menlo Circus (Frank A. McNeilly, David Bates, Paul Butler, Herbert J. Lorber) 8; S. Moore, Bob Skene, W. Mackall Jason) United States Army 3. 13; Solo Cup 7. 1936 Fort Myer (Lt. George R. Grunert, 1960 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, John C. Oxley, Capt. Donald H. Galloway, Capt. John Jules M. Romfh, Charles R. Colee) 11; H. Stadler Jr., Lt. Harry W. Johnson) 7; Blind Brook 5. Houston Huisache 3. 1961 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, Loay Wilshire, R.B. 1937 Santa Barbara (Oliver Wallop, Hale Jowell, C. Robert Colee) 6; Norman 3. Marsh, Ray Bell, Charles H. Jackson Jr.) 1962 Memphis (Lee Taylor, Robert E.L. 7; Houston Huisache 6. Wilson III, John B. Armstrong, Arthur L. Herman) 6; Tulsa 4. 1938 Not completed 1939 Pegasus (Delmar Carroll, Clarence C. 1963 Meadowbrook (Alan L. Corey III, Hector Combs Jr., Cyril R. Harrison, Hugo Garcia, Alan L. Corey Jr., Raymond R. Anson) 12; Houston Huisache 8. Guest Jr.) 7; Greenwich Patricians 2. 220


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1964 Tulsa (Thomas E. Oxley, John C. Oxley, Jules M. Romfh, John T. Oxley) 11; Germantown 2. 1965 Tulsa (Thomas E. Oxley, John C. Oxley, R.B. Jowell, John T. Oxley) 10; Broad Acres 9. 1966 Tulsa (Joseph Casey, Thomas E. Oxley, John C. Oxley, John T. Oxley) 8; Midland 7. 1967 San Antonio Vaqueros (Norman Brinker, Luis Ramos, Robert D. Beveridge, Floyd Heinz) 6; Irann 5. 1968 Midland (George Landreth, Orlando De Hoyos, Robert D. Beveridge, Harold A. (Joe) Barry) 7; Sunny Clime 3.

1969 Hi Sky (George Landreth, Wendell Kerley, Harold A. (Joe) Barry, Bart Evans) 11; Wilson Ranch 6. 1970 Spokane (Peter Dix Jr., William George, Patrick Dix, Peter Dix Sr.) 9; Midland 8. 1971 Wilson Ranch (William B. Wilson, William C. Linfoot, Bart Evans, Frank McDermand) 7; Norman 5. 1972 Ravens (William Mulcahy, James J. MacGinley, Robert F. Connors, George Weymouth) 9; Potomac 5. 1973 Tulsa (Thomas Blickle, William Cort Linfoot, James MacGinley, John T. Oxley) 7; Midland 4.

Chairman’s Cup (Formerly Twelve Goal) 1974 Fairfield (Jules Romfh Jr., Frank Butterworth III, Peter Orthwein, George C. Haas Jr.) 8; Potomac 3. 1975 Tulsa Polo & Hunt (Rudy Salinas, William E. Stevens, William C. Linfoot, John T. Oxley) 9; Chicago-Bunnytco 8. 1976 Longwood (Alfred M. Stauder, Robert J. Sieber Jr., Jake Sieber, Thomas B. Harris) 7; Tulsa Southern Hills 6. 1977 Longwood (Alfred M. Stauder, Robert J. Sieber Jr., Jake Sieber, John Sieber) 7; Rainbow Farms 4. 1978 Retama (Thomas H. Gose, Carlos Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Steve Gose) 6; Paradise Lost Ranch 2. 1979 G o n e Aw a y F a r m s ( R i c h a r d Riemenschneider, Joseph A. Muldoon III, Joseph A. Muldoon Jr., A.A.B. “Wicky” el Effendi) 10; Centaurs 9. 1980 Village Farms (George H. Bostwick, William Raab, Charles S. Bostwick, Richard S. Bostwick) 10; Fairfield 5. 1981 Village Farms (Joey Casey, Richard Bostwick, Charles Bostwick, Peter Bostwick) 7; Myopia Seagulls 5. 1982 Fairfield County (George C. Haas Jr., Calixto Garcia Velez-Velez III, Peter Winkelman, William Raab) 7; Gone Away Farms 5. 1983 Cinnabar (William Whitehead Jr., Thomas Goodspeed, Lyle Graham, Neil Raymond) 5; Centennial 4. 1984 Fox Hollow (Ronnie R. Ewton, Darnall Boyd, James Bachman, Walter Burgess) 11; Wildewood 8.

1985 Maplecroft (Philip Lake, John McDonald, Agustin Bourdieu, Neil Raymond) 9; Windswept 8. 1986 Windswept (George C. Haas Jr., Thomas Biddle Sr., Eric Sears, Thomas Biddle Jr.) 8; Pond Hill 7. 1987 Lighting Tree Farm (Garth MacKenzie, Peter Young, James Bachman, John Teal) 10; Thorndale 9. 1988 Rocky Reef Farm (Garth MacKenzie, Alec Scott Barnes, Mark Blodgett, Marcos Panelo) 8; Apple Street Farm 7. 1989 Richland (Bruce Hundley, Jake Sieber, Roy Barry, Wayne Garrison) 10; Elduris 9. 1990 Rocky Reef (Guy Williamson, Garth MacKenzie, Marcos Panelo, Mark Blodgett) 10; Pony Express 9. 1991 Horsepower (Rosa Whitehead, Richard Whitehead, James Bachman, Robert Lindgren) 8; Windswept 7. 1992 Pony Express (Raul Roldan, Gregory Daniels, Marc Daniels, Robert Daniels) 9; Twin Pond 7. 1993 Twin Pond (Deborah Couples, William Mulcahy, A.J.H. “Podger” el Effendi, Shakir Wissa) 10; Maplecroft 9. 1994 Windswept (George C. Haas Jr., Richard Bostwick, Eric Sears, Donatien Langlois) 8; Boomerang 6. 1995 Mill Pond (Richard Hartnett Jr., Guillermo Aguero, Abel Aguero, Richard Hartnett) 10; North Cliff 7. 221


2017 1996 Dow 9000 (William Coke, Francisco Bilbao, Horton Schwartz, Shakir Wissa) 7; Mill Pond 6. 1997 Tw i n P o n d s / D o w 9 0 0 0 ( H o r t o n Schwartz, Guillermo Aguero, Shakir Wissa, William Coke) 7; Mill Pond 6. 1998 Pony Express (Marc Daniels, Nicolas Roldan, Francisco Bensadon, Robert Daniels) 11; Flagship Motors 6. 1999 Amiralia/High Acres (Bill Gunn, Justin Pimsner, Francisco Bilbao, Richard Bostwick, Bob Abbott) 12; Stage Hill 9. 2000 Mirage (Phoebe Ingram, Eduardo Lezica, J. Horton Schwartz III, Lyle Graham, Francisco E. Ayala) 11; Mill Pond 7. 2001 Winter Creek (Jonathan Graham, Anthony Vita, J. Horton Schwartz, Lyle Graham, Frank Oliver Butterworth IV) 9; Mirage 8 at Myopia. 2002 Millpond (Pablo Dorignac, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., David C. Strouss, Richard W. Hartnett) 7; Pony Express 5. 2003 Millpond (David Strouss, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., Julian Daniels, Richard W. Hartnett) 14; Winter Creek/E-Volution 9 at Myopia. 2004 Newport/Millpond (Gene Goldstein, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., Julian Daniels, Richard W. Hartnett) 14; E-volution 8 at Myopia. 2005 Millpond/E-Volution (William R. Coke, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., Julian Hipwood, Richard W. Hartnett) 11; Pony Express 10 at Myopia. 2006 Winter Creek/Homewood/Mirage (Nicholas Riva, Gaston Lisioli, Jonathan Graham, Alexander M. Ingram) 10; Pony Express 7 at Myopia.

UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2007 DOW 19,000/Del Rancho (Francisco Eddy, William R. Coke, Anthony Vita, David C. Strouss) 13; Pony Express 12 at Myopia. 2008 Myopia (David Strouss, Nicolas Roldan, William Coke, Robert Mehm) 10; Pony Express 6 at Myopia Polo Club. 2009 Homewood (Rodrigo Salinas, Cesar Crespo, Nicholas Riva, Christian Riva) 13; Big Flour 10 at Myopia Polo Club. 2010 Not played for. 2011 EFG/Pony Up (Francisco Eddy, Matias Torres Zavaleta, Edward F. Mehm, Richard H. Salter) 17; Little Bow 11 at Myopia Polo Club. 2012 Pony Express (Tomas Goti, Marc Daniels, Robert Daniels, Frances C. Bernard) 13; Del Rancho/Black Oak 12 at Myopia Polo Club. 2013 Del Rancho/Black Oak (David Strouss, Simon Colloredo-Mansfield, Nicholas S n o w, Wi l l i a m T. Ta n k a r d ) 1 0 ; Longmeadow 8 at Myopia Polo Club. 2014 Chanticleer (John Gobin, Marcos Onetto, Barrett Coke, William Coke) 11; Del Rancho/Black Oak 8 at Myopia Polo Club. 2015 Pony-Up/Chanticleer (Richard H. Salter, Barret Coke, Marcos Onetto, Francisco Eddy) 13; Pony Express 12 at Myopia Polo Club. 2016 Del Rancho/Black Oak (David Strouss, Johann Colloredo-Mansfield, Felipe Viana, C.B. Scherer)11; Chanticlear/ Pony Up 8 at Myopia Polo Club.

H. Ben Taub Memorial 2015 Fairplay (Esther Kane, Remy Du Celliee 2016 Tonkawa (Jeff Hildebrand, Steve Muller, Jose Zegers, Alejandro Vial) 10; Krueger, Matt Coppola, Thomas Biddle Ghurka 9 at Houston Polo Club. Jr.) 6; Pegasus 5 at Houston Polo Club.

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National Copper Cup 1975 Midland (Harley Stimmel, Jason R. Stimmel, Carlton Beal, Frank D. McDermand) 6; Wichita Falls 5. 1976 Village Farms Aiken (Richard Bostwick, Charles Bostwick, George H. Bostwick, Frank S. Butterworth III) 12; Adidas 2. 1977 Mallet Hill (Paul Fortugno, Alfred Fortugno, A.J.H. “Podger” el Effendi, Eugene Fortugno) 9; Long Island 7. 1978 Village Farms (George H. Thomas III, Richard Bostwick, George Bostwick, Charles Bostwick) 8; Gone Away Farms 7. 1979 Twelve Oaks (Thomas B. Harris, Michael R. Sparks, Richard W. Kuhn, John A. Kuhn) 12; Palm Beach 6. 1980 Mallet Hill (Paul Fortugno, Eugene Fortugno, Alfred Fortugno, W. Dixon Stroud Jr.) 7; Houston 5. 1981 Old Pueblo (Jerry L. Harris, Reginald E. Ludwig, A. Kay Morgan, John M. Hall) 9; Pirna County 3. 1982 Detroit Blue (Rene Vlahovic, Gary Eakin, Merle Jenkins, David Offen) 8; Tackeria 7. 1983 Windswept (Jed Lipsky, William Raab, Calixto Garcia Velez, George C. Haas Jr.) 10; Potomac 8. 1984 Cellular Farms (Adam Lindemann, Rudy Salinas, Calixto Garcia Velez, Dale Chambers, W. Dixon Stroud) 11; Detroit 9. 1985 Schweppes (George C. Haas Jr., Eric Sears, Richard Whitehead, Pascual Salatino) 7; Geneva 4.

1986 Windswept (George C. Haas Jr., Thomas Biddle Sr., Eric Sears, Thomas Biddle Jr.) 7; Village Farms 5. 1987 Henley House (Eric Juvonen, Roger Rinehart, James Bachman, Guerry Stribling Jr.) 10; South Meadow Farm 9. 1988 Henley House (Mark Egloff, Guerry Stribling Jr., James Bachman, Ron Juvonen) 7; Excalibur 5. 1989 Village Farms II (John Chambers, John Gobin, Richard Bostwick, Richard Hartnett) 8; Horsepower 5. 1990 Longview/Village Farms (Alfred Fortugno, Richard Bostwick, Carlos Laprida, Michael Price) 10; Darnworthy Farms 7. 1991 Southern Eagle (Vicki Armour, Peter Busch, Robert Walton, Dawson Tanner) 10; Almendares 9. 1992 Southern Eagle (Vicki Armour, Peter Busch, Robert Walton, Sylvia Firestone) 11; Tampa 6. 1993 Pegasus (Vicki Armour, Pablo Alberdi, Charles Muldoon, Martin Gruss) 6; Walden Lake 4. 1994 Outback Steak House (Timothy Gannon, Richard Bostwick, Guerry Stribling, Philip O. Heatley) 9; Boomerang 7. 1995 Sympatico (Carlos Arellano Jr., Martin Estrada, Justo del Carril, Pedro Morrison) 12; Florida Design 6. 223


2017 1996 Isla Carroll (Shane Coventry, Stuart Erskine, Charles Flanders, John B. Goodman) 11; Old Pueblo/Diamond C 10. 1997 St. Louis (Stephen Orthwein Jr., Stephen Orthwein, Hamish Bray, Daniel Gallegos) 8; Saxony 5. 1998 Monticule (Kris Kampsen, Bryan Middleton, Martin Estrada, Gary Knapp) 20; Crab Orchard 6. 1999 Monticule (Walter Ganzi, Dale Schwetz, John Gobin, Gary Knapp) 14; Burnt Chimney Farms 7. 2000 Monticule (Joseph Kneece Jr., Diego Solorzano, Ruben Gracida, Gary Knapp) 6; Crab Orchard 5. 2001 Fort Dodge (Elise Wood Kendall, Rosendo Usandizaga, Bryan Middleton, Mark V. Sedacca) 10; Dayton 9. 2002 Crab Orchard (Benjamin Gregoncza, Rosendo Usandizaga, Jeffrey W. Blake, George R. Rawlings) 16; Flor De Liz 8 at Lexington Polo Club. 2003 Crab Orchard (Julio Javier Perea, Rosendo Usandizaga, Brandon Phillips, George R. Rawlings) 10; Upatoi Cream 9 at Lexington Polo Club. 2004 Mt. Brilliant (Hutton Goodman, Wesley J. Uys, Eugene H. Kneece III, Alexandra T. Armstrong) 11; Crab Orchard 8 at Lexington Polo Club. 2005 Noche Linda (Guillermo J. Usandizaga, Juan Valerdi, L. Steven Grissom, Omar Trevino) 12; Mather Polo 10 at Lexington Polo Club. 2006 Warhorse I (Stuart I. Campbell, Horacio Onetto, Jason Olinger, Dana Aschinger) 10; Tres Vinos 9 at Lexington Polo Club.

UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2007 Noche Linda (Hugo P.E. Lloret, Jose Hugo Nunez, L. Steven Grissom, Ruben Coscia) 13; Mt. Brilliant 12 at Lexington Polo Club. 2008 Mt. Brilliant (Bo Goodman, Chris Nevins, Ruben Coscia, Hugo Lloret) 7; Tres Vinos 6 at Lexington Polo Club. 2009 Villa Del Lago (James Zenni, Jared Zenni, Julio Arellano, Agustin Miller) 12; Tres Vinos 11 at Lexington Polo Club. 2010 Bendabout (Gillian Johnston, Bradford W. Blake, Wesley J. Uys, Jake Stimmel) 11; Silverstone Farms 10 at Aiken Polo Club. 2011 Blanco Texas (Tom Sikes, Thomas Biddle Jr., Bradford W. Blake, Bill Townsend) 10; Skaneateles 7 at Aiken Polo Club. 2012 Hutchinson Farm (Eugene H. Kneece III, Charles E. Hutchinson V, William T. Tankard, Nicholas Snow) 10; Skaneateles 7 at Aiken Polo Club. 2013 High Ground (Joseph Meyer, John Gobin, Nicholas Snow,William Tankard) 9; Skaneateles 8 at Aiken Polo Club. 2014 Crestview/Karna (D. Alan Meeker, Hugo Lloret, Stanley Sandefur, Matias Magrini) 13; Indigo Inn 12 at Aiken Polo Club 2015 Crestview Genetics (D. Alan Meeker, Santino Magrini, Matias Magrini, Hugo Lloret, Lucas Arellano, Connor Deal) 12; Skaneateles 10 at Aiken Polo Club. 2016 Bendabout (Hope Arellano, Gillian Johnston, Delmer Walton, Julio Arellano) 10; Crestview Genetics 9 at Aiken Polo Club.

Twelve Goal Inter-Circuit 1925 Fort Bliss (Capt. Delmar S. Wood, Maj. 1929 Midwick (Charles B. Wrightsman, Neil Harry D. Chamberlin, Capt. Lucien K. S. McCarthy, J. Howland Paddock, H.H. Truscott, Capt. George E. Huthsteiner) Wilson) 10; Oak Brook 9. 12; Rockaway 8. 1930 (Eastern Division) Chagrin Valley 1926 Fort Leavenworth (Capt. Chandler A. (Raymond Firestone, Leonard Firestone, Wilkinson, Capt. Charles C. Smith, Maj. Russell Firestone, Cyril Harrison) 13; Ira P. Swift, Maj. John K. Brown) 13; Rockaway 3. Fort Bragg 3. 1927 Chagrin Valley (James A. Wigmore, 1930 (Western Division) Fort Sill (Lt. Albert David S. Ingalls, Capt. Wesley J. White, R.S. Barden, Lt. James W. Clyburn, Thomas H. White) 9; Fort Bliss 8. Maj. Horace L. McBride, Maj. Joseph 1928 Port Judith (George H. Bostwick, M. Swing) 9; San Mateo Red Team 4. William Post II, Gerald Dempsey, Joseph 1931-1932 Inclusive-Not played for. C. Rathborne) 13; Fort Riley 8. 224


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 1933 Fort Sheridan (Lt. George S. Smith, Capt. Chandler A. Wilkinson, Capt. Chester E. Davis, Lt. Lawrence G. Smith) 8; El Ranchito Polo Club 5. 1934 Fairfield (Thomas Walsh, Charles Stanley, James Minnick Sr., James Minnick Jr.) 7; Miami Valley 4. 1935 Fort Sheridan (Capt. Edwin C. Grenier, Maj. Chandler A. Wilkinson, Lt. Col. Harry D. Chamberlin, Capt. Lawrence G. Smith) - by default. 1936 Houston Huisache (Vernon Cook, William S. Farish Jr., William Dritt, Wynn Humberson, Sub: Robert D. Farish) 7; Hunting Valley 5. 1937 Houston Huisache (Robert D. Farish, Stephen P. Farish, William Dritt, Lt. Arthur H. Wilson Jr., Sub: Vernon Cook) 10; Field Artillery School 5. 1938 Field Artillery School (Capt. Arthur E. Solem, Capt. John A. Smith Jr., Lt. Duff W. Suddith, Lt. Edwin A. Walker) 9; Austin 8. 1939 Houston Huisache (Robert D. Farish, William Dritt, Harry Evinger, William S. Farish Jr.) 14; Oak Brook 4. 1940 Blue Hill Farm (Walter Hayden, Peter Hayden, Hervey Swann, Jules M. Romfh) 11; 7-11 Ranch 8. 1941 Houston Huisache (Robert D. Farish, William Dritt, Robert S. Nichoalds, Rudolph Humberson) 15; Ivory Rangers 7. 1942-1947 Inclusive-Not played for. 1948 Polo Association of Dallas (Raworth Williams, Larry Rogers, William Skidmore, Murray Samuells) 11; Pittsfield 9. 1949 Con Cars (L.C. Smith, Victor Graber, William Linfoot, Herschel Crites) 10; Pittsfield 6. 1950 Winnetka (Robert Hulseman, William Ylvisaker, Thomas Cross, Dan Peacock) 9; Valley Ranch 2. 1951 Healy Farms (James Healy, Thomas Healy, Jerome Fordon, Michael Healy) 5; Dallas 4. 1952 Pittsfield (Charles W. Wheeler, Alfred G. Pennell, Zenas C. Colt, Joseph Poor) 13; Milwaukee Shamrocks 7. 1953 San Antonio (Bert Beveridge, Robert Beveridge, Harry Evinger, Arthur L. Herman) 8; Central Valley 4. 1954 Fairfield (William R. Crawford Jr., Zenas C. Colt, Thomas B. Glynn, William R. Crawford III) 10; Dallas 3.

1955 Woodside (Rufus Hayden, Leslie L. Linfoot, L.R. Linfoot, Robert Bahr) 7; Oak Brook 3. 1956 Midland-Lamesa (Barry Beal, Carlton Beal, Gus White Jr., Carlton Beal Jr.) 9; Tulsa 8. 1957 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, Leslie L. Linfoot, Clark Hetherington, Charles R. Colee) 7; Circle F 5. 1958 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, Leslie L. Linfoot, Clark Hetherington, Charles R. Colee) 9; Menlo Circus 8. 1959 Menlo Circus (William Gilmore, David S. Moore, Bob Skene, W. Mackall Jason) 9; Oklahoma 5. 1960 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, John C. Oxley, Jules M. Romfh, Charles R. Colee) 9; Aiken 2. 1961 Tulsa (John T. Oxley, Loay Wilshire, R.B. Jowell, Charles R. Colee) 13; San Antonio 6. 1962 Norman-Broad Acres (A. Donald Black, Don Black, Clark Hetherington, Jack F. Dean) 9; Farmington-Columbus 8. 1963 Brookville (Theodore Shapiro, Frank Rice, Vincent Rizzo, David Rizzo) 9; Farmington-Huisache 8. 1964 Tulsa (Thomas E. Oxley, John C. Oxley, Jules M. Romfh, John T. Oxley) 9; Dallas 1. 1965 Tulsa (Thomas E. Oxley, John C. Oxley, R.B. Jowell, John T. Oxley) 11; Con Car 6. 1966 Midland (George Landreth, Harold A. Barry, Robert D. Beveridge, Robert A. Uihlein Jr.) 6; Barrington 5. 1967 Kansas (James Donaldson, Thomas Wayman, William Wayman, Frank McDermand) 7; Dallas-Lone Oak 5. 1968 Midland (George Landreth, Orlando De Hoyos, Robert D. Beveridge, Harold A. (Joe) Barry) 10; Tulsa 9. 1969 Menlo Park (Malcolm MacNaughton Jr., William Cort Linfoot, William Linfoot, Thomas Hughes) 10; Tulsa 6. 1970 Spokane (Peter Dix Jr., William George, Patrick Dix, Peter Dix Sr.) 9; Wilson Ranch 4. 1971 Brandywine (Lewis C. Ledyard III, Richard I.G. Jones, Robert F. Connors, Peter Poor) 9; St. Louis 7. 1972 Dallas-Lone Oak (Seth Herndon, William H. Hudson, Charles W. Smith, Richard C. Latham) 9; Broad Acres 5. 1973 Chicago-Oak Brook (Stephen J. Nardi, William B. Wilson, Bart Evans, Thomas E. Hughes) 8; Dallas-Lone Oak 6. 225


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Inter-Circuit Cup (Formerly Twelve Goal Inter-Circuit) 1974 Tulsa (David Wigdahl, William C. 1993 Bob Moore Cadillac (Bob Moore, George Linfoot, Jason J. MacGinley, John T. Olivas, Mark Moore, Morgan Paulk) 7; Oxley) 9; Dallas-Lone Oak 6. Neighborhood Doctor 5. 1975 Tulsa Southern Hills (Steve Crowder, 1994 Chief White GMC (David Ragland, John C. Oxley, Patrick Dix, William C. Duncan Ellis, Chad Kraml, Del Craig) Hetherington) 8; Chicago-Bunntyco 3. 12; Bob Moore Farms 11. 1976 Tulsa Polo & Hunt (John T. Oxley, 1995 Chief White GMC (David Ragland, Harold William Cort Linfoot, Rudy Salinas, Oppenheimer, Duncan Ellis, Daniel Jeffrey Maass) 5; Longwood 4. Gallegos) 11; Bob Moore Cadillac 9. 1977 Longwood (Alfred M. Stauder, Robert 1996 Bob Moore Cadillac (Bob Moore, Sunny J. Sieber Jr., Jake Sieber, John Sieber) Hale, Ted Moore, Morgan Paulk) 9; 7; Cajuiles 4. Kallay Group 7. 1978 Retama (Thomas H. Gose, Carlos 1997 Mokarow Financial (Kevin Mokarow, Gracida, Guillermo Gracida Jr., Steve Robert Payne Jr., Pablo Dorignac, Jamie Gose) 8; Potomac 5. Mirikitani) 13; Chief Truck 8. 1979-1980 Inclusive-Not played for. 1998 No results received. 1981 Tulsa (Joey Casey, Joe Casey, Jake 1999 Hidden Hills/Ivanhoe (Jack Shelton, Sieber, John Oxley) 6; Broad Acres 3. Bryan Thomas, Kevin Fawcett, Horacio 1982 BroadAcres (Bob Moore, John Sieber, Dale Onetto) 11; Huntleigh/McGehee 10. Smicklas, Donald Black) 10; Bunntyco 6. 2000 Powhatan (Jorge Olivas, Pedro Orellana, 1983 Midland (Robert Lyn-Kee Chow, Carlos Gonzalo De La Fuente, Achille Guest, Galindo, Hector Galindo, Kelly Beal) 12; Diego Ferreira) 9; Ivanhoe 5. St. Louis 9. 2001 D Bart T (Dennis A. Trescott, Matt 1984 Not played for. Sekera, Javier J. Celis, Omar A. Cepeda) 1985 Hartmoor (Kay Morgan, Mike Gutierrez, 17; Riverview 3 at Sarasota. Arthur Ramos, Wink Hartman) 15; Oak 2002 Strawberry Banks (Gary Eakin, Eddy Hill Farm 14. Martinez, James R. Seward, Neil Chur) 1986 Bob Moore Cadillac (Bob Moore, Mark 13; Touchstone 8 at Sarasota Polo Club. Moore, Michael V. Azzaro, H. Ben Taub) 2003 Strawberry Banks (Gary Eakin, Eddy 9; Spokane 5. Martinez, James R. Seward, Neil Chur) 1987 Saxony Farm (Albert Ellis, Jake Sieber, 13; Touchstone 8 at Sarasota. David Offen, Bruce Hundley) 12; Plano 7. 1988 Ft. Worth (William Mudra, Ralph 2004 New Bridge (Russell C. McCall, Ruben Coscia, Gabriel M. Caro, Pedro Pablo Gutierrez, Richard Walton, Matt Avalos) 13; D Bar T Ranch 12 at Sarasota. Upchurch, Jay Upchurch) 8; Hidden 2005 Brigadoon (Christine A. Cato, Brent Hills 4. Mirikitani, James Mirikitani, Joe W. 1989 Ft. Worth (Matt Upchurch, Jay Upchurch, Barry) 11; Touchstone 6 at Sarasota. Charles W. Smith, Ken Upchurch) 13; 2006 Rude Boy Polo (Cecelia G. Cochran, Bradford Company 12. Horacio Onetto, Ka’aina M. DeCoite, 1990 Michelob (Wayne Garrison, Robert Ruben Coscia) 12; Landhope 8 at Sarasota. Evans, Bobby Barry, Darin Martin) 9; 2007 Brigadoon (James Mirikitani, Christine Gone Away Farm 2. A. Cato, Stuart I. Campbell, Brent 1991 Saxony (William Hilliard, Philip Lake, Mirikitani) 10; Rude Boy 8 at Sarasota. Miguel Silvestre, Colby Marks) 8; Laurel 2008 War Horse/Sunnyside Farm (Dana Maple Lane 7. Aschinger, Eddy Martinez, Alan 1992 High Hope Farm (Wayne Garrison, Darin Martinez, Max Stevens) 10; Brigadoon Martin, Bobby Barry, Colby Marks) 10; Crab Orchard 9. 8 at Sarasota Polo Club. 226


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 2009 M&I Wealth Management (Joe Wayne Barry, Juan Martinez-Baez, James P. Uihlein, W. Dixon Stroud ) 10; Crestview 9 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2010 Genesis (James Uihlein, Gene Evans, Joe Wayne Barry, Shane Rice) 12; Touchstone 11 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2011 Hillcroft (James Mather Miller, Stuart I. Campbell, James Mirikitani, Brent Mirikitani) 13; Village 9 at the Villages Polo Club. 2012 Hillcroft (Stuart I. Campbell, James Mirikitani, Brent Mirikitani, James Mather Miller) 12; M&I Wealth Management 11 at Sarasota Polo Club.

2013 Wildcat (Ryan Gilbertson, Nicolai Galindo, Alan Martinez, Eddy Martinez) 9; Titoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vodka 5 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2014 The Villages (Brent Mirikitani, Paige Boone, Steve Krueger, Francisco Bilbao) 11; Wildcat 8 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2015 The Villages (Paige Boone, Alfredo Guerreno, Francisco Bilbao, Jamie Mirikitani) 15; Hillcroft 13 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2016 Hillcroft Farm (James Miller, Marcos Bignoli, Tommy Collingwood, Herndon Radcliff) 13; The Villages 12 at Sarasota Polo Club.

Rossmore Cup 1993 Malibu Valley (Diego Sustaita, Enrique 2004 Zavaleta, Steve Crowder, Brian Boudreau) 10; Rocking R 9. 1994 Big Valley (Graham Bray, Howard Birndorf, Diego Sustaita, Phil Napierski) 2005 13; Rancho Jeep 8. 1995 Rancho Valencia (Harry Collins, Scott Gundlach, Santiago Mendez, Georges Daou) 10; Southern Hills 9. 2006 1996 Rancho Palomar (Pat Hayton III, Diego Sustaita, John Eicher, Marcelo Caset) 9; Big Valley 8. 1997 Casablanca (Nicholas White, Carlos Galindo, Gary Eakin, Ramiro Gonzalez) 2007 12; No Fear 8. 1998 Casablanca (Reginald White, Carlos Galindo, Gaston Von Wernich, Ramiro Gonzalez)13; Daou Polo 10. 2008 1999 Pacific Realty Trust (Jamie Mirikitani, Robert S. Kuzman, Henry Zavaleta, Patty Brutten) 11; Tri-Tech 10. 2000 Tri-Tech (Steve Maloney, Steve Dalton, 2009 Gaston von Wernich, Chris Maloney, Ynyr Agon) 13; Casablanca/Sportsitio 7. 2001 Casablanca (Nicholas White, Tim Rudy, Carlos Galindo, Frederick D. Walton) 10; Madison Square 9 at San Diego Polo 2010 2011 Club. 2002 Voyager (Steve H. Maloney, Michael L. Jordan, Steve Dalton, Chris Maloney) 6; Gypsy/Madison 5 at San Diego Polo 2012 Club. 2003 Surferdoc (Gaston VonWernich, Scott E. Dlugos, Enrique Zavaleta, Lillian Heller) 8; Gypsy Madison 6 at San Diego. 227

Hurricane/Gypsy (Sean M. MacLeod, Graham Bray, Diego Cossio, Suzanne M. Figi) 11; Voyager 9 at San Diego Polo Club. Los Toros/Princeps (Jason K. Crowder, Agustin Zavaleta, Michael E. Rothbard, Dirk A. Wray) 13; Gypsy/Corleone Polo 12 at San Diego Polo Club. Hidden/Gypsy (Sean T. Keys, Suzanne M. Figi, Graham Bray, Mariano Gutierrez, Jessica Bree Bailey) 8; Madison Tritech 7 at San Diego Polo Club. Madison Square/Tri Tech (Clemente Raul Zavaleta, Gaston Von Wernich, Chris Maloney, Lisa Bosstick, Alvaro Tadeo) 15; Phoenix 12 at San Diego Polo Club. The Other Side (Joseph Stuart, Reginald White, Matias Obregon, Ashton Wolf) 13; Madison/Tritech 12 at San Diego Polo Club. Hanalei Bay (Krista Bonaguidi, Matias Obregon, Mariano Fassetta, Ronald Bonaguidi) 11; Ohana/Star Meadow 7 at San Diego Polo Club. Not played for. Hanalei Bay (Ronald Bonaguidi, Krista M. Bonaguidi, Alvaro Tadeo, Mariano Fassetta) 11; Tritech/Princeps 10 at San Diego Polo Club. Hanalei Bay (Patrick M. Uretz, Krista M. Bonaguidi, Marcos Bignoli Jr., Santiago Trotz) 11; Twin Palms/Starmeadow 8 at San Diego Polo Club.


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2013 Adeptus (Jim Wright, Jesse Bray, Daniel Juarez, Colleen Wilson) 9; Starmeadow/ Monteverde 8 at San Diego Polo Club. 2014 Roseville Motor Car/Starmeadow. (Colton Bancroft, Eric Hammon, Ashton Wolf, Graham Bray) 8; St. Regis 7 at San Diego Polo Club.

2015 Twin Palms/Roseville Motors (Chris Maloney, Eric Hammon, Ashton Wolf, Graham Bray, Santiago Mendez, Patrick Uretz) 11; Pasion 9 at San Diego Polo Club. 2016 Not played for.

Association Cup 1980 Toledo-Steppenwolf (Braddock J. Alexander, Robert Puetz, Willie Gutierrez, S. Dennis Rogers) 9; Bartlett 3. 1981 Fairfield (Ross Colbert, Jack Van D e l l , Wi l l i a m R a a b , G e o rg e C . H a a s J r. ) 7 ; O x R i d g e 4 . 1982 Not played for. 1983 Gone Away Farm (Mary Muldoon, Joseph Muldoon III, Charles Muldoon, Joseph Muldoon Jr.) 6; Ivor B. Clark 4. 1984 Gone Away Farm (Mary Muldoon, Charles Muldoon, Paul Fortugno, Joseph Muldoon Jr.) 8; Atlanta 7. 1985 Ashwell (Jonathan Sheppard, Rodger Rinehart III, James Bachman, George Bachman) 16; Ivor Clark 9. 1986 Middleburg (Gary Steele, George Greenhalgh, Richard Heald, Alan Nash) 7; Gone Away Farm 4. 1987 Biddle Realty (Thomas Biddle Sr., Thomas Biddle Jr., Bradley Biddle, Adolphus Orthwein) 8; Southeastern 6. 1988 Tailormade Farms (A.Timothy Jones, Steve Stang, Fernando Gonzalez, Jim Stevens) by forfeit over Gemstone Farms. 1989 Horsepower Farm (Rosa Whitehead, Luc Hardy, Christian Haurie, Richard Whitehead) 9; Hidden Hills 2. 1990 Horsepower (Rosa Whitehead, Richard Whitehead, Eugene Kneece, Al Galeano) 11; Berkshire 9. 1991 Stowe Polo (Dana Percy, John Bourgeois, Donald Little Jr., Lucy Loomis) 9; Sugarbush Polo 5. 1992 High Hope Farm (Wayne Garrison, Colby Marks, Darin Martin, Broussard Hundley) 10; Yes Check Services 7. 1993 Final Fling (Peter Arundel, Greg Ford, Charles Muldoon, Octavio Pasten) 6; Gone Away Farm 4.

1994 White Columns (Collins Huff, Whitney Chamberlain, Marcos Bignoli, Edward Cohen) 8; Darnworthy 7. 1995 Roaring Fork Polo (Chip Johns, Peter Hunt, Barry Stout, Tom Akers) 8; Krazy Horse Ranch 7. 1996 Wyoming (Cybele Jordan, Ken Fransen, Dan Juarez, Paul von Gontard) 10; Calgary 6. 1997 Indutech (Derek Wolstenholme, Cybele Jordan, Jake Shanklin, Steve Dalton) 7; Cam Clark Trailers 6. 1998 Grande Prairie (Ross Adams, Fernando Pliego, Mike Mortimer, John MacArthur) 5; Millenia Partners 3. 1999 Millarville (Julie Roenisch, Frederick Mannix, Daniel Roenisch, Chris Kerley) 10; Indutech 9. 2000 New Crest (Benjamin Araya, Lee Pettigrew, James Mirikitani, Diego Cossio) 7; Cam Clark Ford 5. 2001 Fish Creek (Abby Riggs, Robert L. Roenisch, Michael J. Kerley, Julie Roenisch) 5; Indutech 4 at Calgary. 2002-2004 Inclusive-Not played for. 2005 Michelob Ultra (Segundo E. Ortiz, Rafael Castillo, Lides A. Soto, Tiffany Busch) 11; El Sur 7 at Royal Palm. 2006-2009 Not played for. 2010 La Mission (Michael Liss, Robert Kohn, Joey Casey, Julian Mannix) 9; Elangeni Ranch 6 at Palm City Polo Club. 2011 La Mission (Joey Casey, Robert Kohn, Michael Alexis Rodzianko, Carlos L. Galindo) 9; Elegani 5 at Palm City Polo Club. 2012 Piaget (Melissa P. Ganzi, Juan Bollini Jr., Joaquin Panelo, Grant Ganzi, Juan Bollini) 11; Elangeni 6 at Palm City Polo Club, LLC.

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2014-2016

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Eight 1969 Brandywine (George Weymouth, James Kessler, Robert F. Connors, Donald P. Ross Jr.) 8; Mallet Hill 3. 1970 Aspen (Neil Havermale, Seth Herndon, Peter Vought, William H. Sinclair) 7; Scottsdale 2.

Goal 1971 Spokane Greens (Peter Carstens, Robert E. George, Sam Van Arsdale, Ken Fransen, William George) 9; Big Sky 8. 1972 Tucson (Philip O. Heatley, John W. Donaldson III, William H. Sinclair, William C. Dent) 8; New Mexico 7. 1973 Maryland (Joseph A. Muldoon Jr., Paul Rizzo, Vincent Rizzo, Frank Mortimer) 4; Myopia-Tulsa 3.

Delegate’s Cup (Formerly Eight Goal) 1974 Oak Brook (W. Galen Weston, Michael Dailey, Stuart Mackenzie, Michael Butler) 6; Chattanooga 4. 1975 Los Gauchos (Steve Crowder, Augusto Gomez Romero, Fortunato Gomez Romero, John B. Mager) 7; Fairfield 6. 1976 Mallet Hill (Paul Fortugno, Alfred Fortugno, Bennie Gutierrez, Eugene Fortugno) 5; Tackeria 4. 1977 Cajuiles (Domingo Questal, Calixto Garcia Velez III, Allan D. Scherer, Calixto Garcia Velez Jr.) 8; Fairfield 7. 1978 Boca Raton (Lester Armour Jr., Peter J. Winkelman, Steve Mark Crowder, James F. Linehan) 8; Chukker Hill 6. 1979 Twin Cities (Alejandro Gil, Juan Acosta, Alfred G. Pennell, Fred Gutierrez) 9; Fairlane Farms 8. 1980 Tennessee (Scott Traphagen, Arthur Ramos, Glenn S. Hart, Summerfield K. Johnston III) 9; Mobile 4. 1981 Steppenwolf (Braddock J. Alexander, Rene Vlahovic, Willie Gutierrez, Frank Vlahovic) 8; The Annex 6. 1982 Pegasus (Thomas Stribling, Jay Romfh, Glenn Hart, Guerry Stribling) 10; The Annex 8. 1983 Fox & Mallet (Bill Tankard, Thomas Monaco, Glenn Hart, John Bourgeois) 7; Cross Creek 5. 1984 Quimby Lane (Mark Tarnopol, Scott Campbell, Paul Rizzo, J. Horton Schwart) 9; Palm Beach 5. 1985 C e l e s t e ( L e s l i e R a d c l i ff , J o h n MacDonald, Glenn Hart, Christopher Bethell) 8; Quimby Lane 4.

1986 Windswept (George C. Haas Jr., Don Shirey, Eric Sears, John Goodman) 7; Potamkin Cadillac 6. 1987 Bishop’s Gate (Steve Berg, Vicki Morton, Jorge Pucheta, Guerry Stribling) 7; Cold Comfort 5. 1988 Campo Alegre (Gilberto Ceron, Alina Carta, Isidro Olivas, Juan Baez) 8; Toylesome Farm 7. 1989 Brigadoon (Christine Cato, Luis Escobar, Guerry Stribling, Phil McLellan, Peter Rizzo) 9; Shekomeko 8. 1990 Palm Beach National (David Brooks, Rodger Rinehart III, Guerry Stribling, Thomas Boyle) 6; Campo Alegre 3. 1991 Richland (Wayne Garrison, Darin Martin, Robert Evans, John Ingram) 12; CocaCola 6. 1992 Michelob (Guerry Stribling, Carter Rinehart, Georgina Rinehart, Rodger Rinehart III) 8; Windswept 7. 1993 Outback (Timothy Gannon, Claudia Schwab, Oliver Ellis, Kevin Fawcett) 10; Pony Express 4. 1994 Brookfield (Eduardo Ramallo, Marcos Bignoli, Greg Linehan, Joseph Guerriero) 13; Nano’s Mallet 11. 1995 Brookfield (Brian Anger, Greg Linehan, Marcos Bignoli, Justus Reed) 6; Windswept 5. 1996 Otter Creek (Bonni Roybal, Bryan Middleton, Luis Escobar, Ancha Casey) 8; Dow 9000 7. 1997 Nedcorp (Matey Nedkov de Lacamp, Tod Rackley, David Offen, Brandon Phillips) 11; Coca Cola 10. 229


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1998 Red River (Christopher Orthwein, Brad Limehouse, Hamish Bray, Delmar Carroll Walton) 5; Bluestone Farm 4. 1999 Bluestone Farm (Mariano Obregon Jr., Julian Pettinato, Susan Oliver, Mariano Obregon, Andres Weisz) 10; Windswept 7. 2000 Windswept (George Haas Jr., John Ahern, Eric Sears, Pedro Marcos Bignoli, Robert Evans) 8; Casa de Campo 5. 2001 Equuleus (Delmar Carroll Walton, Hugo Tagliaferro, J. Horton Schwartz III, Joe A. DiMenna) 8; Red River 7 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2002 Rio Tinto (Roslyn Wilde, Jose R. Escapite, Eddy R. Martinez, Jesse Rodriguez) 12; Flying Diamond 9 at Gulfstream. 2003 Beacon Hill (April F. Clark, Alejandro M. Caro, Francisco Bilbao, Anna M. Hancock) 12; Sun Micro 9 at Gulfstream 2004 Goose Creek (Maureen C. Brennan, Jose R. Escapite, Omar Sosa, Eduardo Garcia) 10; Bluestone Farm 8 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2005 Bluestone Farm (Paul W. Oliver Jr., Mariano Obregon Jr., Stephen A. Orthwein Jr., Facundo Obregon) 12; Beacon Hill 9 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2006 Bluestone Farm (Juan Martin Obregon, Facundo Obregon, Gaston Lisioli, Paul W. Oliver Jr., Susan D. Oliver) 10; Goose Creek 4 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2007 Bluestone Farm (Julian Aguilar, Facundo Obregon, Juan Martin Obregon, Geronimo Obregon, Paul W. Oliver Jr.) 15; Ganaraska 6 at Gulfstream Polo Club.

2008 Birch Hill (Francisco E. Ayala, Facundo Obregon, Gonzalo Valdivieso, Randolph Aversano, Jane Aversano) 14; Longfield 8 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2009 Savannah (Brian Wallis, Santiago Torres, Ulysses Escapite, Sain Joseph) 9; Heathcote 8 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2010 Shanghai Polo (Joseph Henderson, Steven Armour, Matthew Coppola, Santiago Torres) 13; Hawk Hill 9 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2011 Agua Enervia (Wesley D. Finlayson, Hugh Dollard, Richard S. Bostwick, Raul Juan Colombres) 12; Hawk Hill 8 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2012 Shamrock (Adrian M. Wade, Tomas E. Collingwood, John Walsh, T. Garrick Steele)12; Hawk Hill 9 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2013 Tequila TV (Slaney O’Hanlon, Marina Wambold, Michael Matz, Jason Crowder) 13; Truu Polo 12 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2014 LBL Polo ( Alan Martinez, John Gobin, William Patterson, Alison Patricelli) 10; Lazy P Ranch 9 at Gulfstream Polo Club. 2015 Not played for. 2016 7 Bar W/Rocking P (Marcos Villanueva, Nick Cifuni, Sheila Lequerica, Carl Price, Courtney Price) 7; BTA2 5 at Houston Polo Club.

Eight Goal Inter-Circuit 1969 Fairfield County (George A. Carden III, 1972 Broad Acres (Robert W. Moore, Michael Carney, Donald R. Black, William C. Seth Herndon, Frank S. Butterworth III, Hetherington) 7; Dallas-Lone Oak 3. George C. Haas Jr.) 9; Brandywine 5. 1970 Myopia (Crocker Snow Jr., Donald Little, 1973 Los Rancheros (James Yarborough, Stewart Armstrong, Charles Armstrong, Michael Andrew, James Linehan) 9; John B. Armstrong) 11; Central Valley 4. Beaver Valley 6. 1971 Not played for. National Eight Goal 2014 BTA (KC Krueger, Chrys Beal, Brianna 2016 BTA (Kelly Beal, Jimmy Seward, Shane Galindo, Steven Krueger, Shane Rice) Rice, Chrys Beal) 9; Rocking P/Lockton 12; Rocking P 10 at Houston Polo Club. 8 at Houston Polo Club. 2015 Lantic Bay (Tom Earl, Jake Stimmel, Peter Blake, Jared Sheldon) 11; Rocking P 8 at Houston Polo Club.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 National President’s Cup (Formerly Eight Goal Inter-Circuit) 1974 Harbor Hills (Jerry C. Hutcheson, Walter J. Durrett, Thomas B. Harris, Alan M. Harris ) 7; Gone Away Farms 6. 1975 Broad Acres (Robert W. Moore, Rudy Salinas, William C. Hetherington, Clark Hetherington) 11; Queen City 6. 1976 Joy Farm-Kraml Dairy (James Stevens, William E. Stevens, Kenneth W. Kraml, Adolphus Busch) 6; Longwood 5. 1977 Birmingham (Howard Glazer, Walter E. Schott III, Walter J. Durrett, Anthony L. Coppola) 8; A-Plus Stables 7. 1978 Fairlane-Dahlwood (Thomas J. Wigdahl, John A. Kuhn, John Wigdahl, Richard W. Kuhn) 7; Longwood 5. 1979 Joy Farm (John Oster III, William E. Stevens, Richard Warren, James Stevens) 5; Fairlane Farms 4. 1980 Thunder (Thomas R. Corbett, Bobby Barry, William Jeff Atkinson, James Morrow) 11; Can/Am 3. 1981 Y-Bar-O (James L. Yarborough, Hector Galindo, Carlos Galindo, Alonzo Galindo) 7; Midland 6. 1982 Houston (Kevin Willert, Hector Garcia, Charles Flanders, David King) 7; Tecamac 6. 1983 Las Cachinas (Alan Connell, Juan Baez, Bobby Barry, Miguel Silvestre) 8; La Constancia 4. 1984 Broad Acres (Mark Moore, William Raab, Donald Black, Ted Moore) 5; Y-Bar-O 2. 1985 Bob Moore Farms (Mark Moore, Bob Moore, Mike Gutierrez, Ted Moore) 9; Houston 6. 1986 Houston (Nathaniel Davis, Thomas Dorsey, Charles Flanders, David King) 8; Wichita 7. 1987 Deer Creek (Jake Devane, Grant Golliher, Ken Fransen, Phil McLellan) 13; Richland 12. 1988 Richland (Wayne Garrison, Robert Evans, Steve Dalton, Chris Strateman) 11; Rappahannock 9. 1989 Toronto (Evan White Jr., Ken Phillips, David Offen, Evan White) 10; Richland 9. 1990 Horsepower (Rosa Whitehead, Richard Whitehead, Eugene Kneece, Al Galeano) 9; Saddle Club 4. 1991 Rappahannock (William Fannon, Juan Salinas, Roberto Villegas, Phillip Staples, Jean-Marie Turon) 9; Siaana 3.

1992 C a l g a r y ( R o n a l d G r e e n e , K i m o Huddleston, Marcelo Rodriguez Abbiati, Tyrel Sutherland) 13; Piocho Ranch 10. 1993 Spokane (Ronald Greene, Marcelo Rodriguez Abbiati, Kimo Huddleston, Jocelyn Parker) 13; Norman 8. 1994 M&M Ranch (Tom Thayer, Craig Ellis, Duncan Ellis, Michael Flannery) 9; Paine Webber 6. 1995 Chicago Paine Webber (James Tolbert, Weldon Kissler, Steve Dalton, Eugene Gass) 10; Southwest Securities 7. 1996 Detroit (Aaron Caffrey, Nicholas Von der Heyde, John Barry, Gerald Spitler) 11; Chicago/Paine Webber 10. 1997 Chicago/Due West (Weldon Kissler, Tracey Turner, Sandy Stuart, Antonio Galvan) 12; Chief Truck 3. 1998 No results received. 1999-2001 Inclusive - Not played for. 2002 Sarasota Polo Club - Flying J’s (Julia Cook, Justin B. Baisch, Juan Martinez Baez, James Mirikitani) 11; Landhope 8. 2003-2004 Inclusive-Not played for. 2005 Outback (Andres Weisz, Michael A. Micallef, Gustavo Usandizaga, Timothy Gannon) 14; Mustang Ranch 11 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2006 Outback (Calixto Arturo GarciaVelez, Martin Valent, Andres Weisz, Timothy Gannon) 11; Parrot Head 6 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2007 Almendares (Tomas E. Collingwood, Carlos Arellano Jr., Mario Gonzalez de Mendoza III, Gene Goldstein) 10; Parrot Heads 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2008 Results not received. 2009 Isla Carroll (Duncan Watts, Todd Offen, Robert M. Stenzel, Bo Goodman) 9; Boca Developers 7 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2010 Villa Del Lago (Jared Zenni, Geronimo Obregon, Agustin Obregon, Matias Obregon) 12; Goose Creek 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2011 Lazy P (Charles D. Pugsley, John S. Gobin, Nicholas Snow, Mario D. Di Salvo) 11; Sara Boca 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach.

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2012 Hillcroft (Stuart I. Campbell, James Mirikitani, Brent Mirikitani, James Mather Miller) 12; M&I Wealth Management 11 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2013 Grand Champions (Grant Ganzi, Juan Bollini, Juan Bollini Jr., Wesley Finlayson) 10; Equine Law Group 9 at International Polo Club Palm Beach.

2014 Casablanca (Grant Ganzi, Juan Bollini, Juan Bollini Jr., Wesley Finlayson) 16; Goose Creek 8 at Grand Champions Polo Club. 2015-2016 Not played for.

Regional President’s Cup 1998 C a l g a r y P o l o C l u b - I n d u t e c h (John Rooney, Robert Evans, Scott Cunningham, Derek Wolstenholme) 10; Millenia Partners 8. 1998 Naperville Polo Club - Land Rover (Tracy Turner, Tim Greene, Rodrigo Fernandez, John Greene, Carlos Arellano) 8; Pinecroft 7. 1998 Harrods Creek Polo Club - Land Sharks (John Hensley, Eduardo Ramirez, Carlos Gonzalez, Frank Csapo) 9; Brownsboro Polo 6. 1999 Naperville Polo Club - Fox Meadow (Sam Pancotto, Horacio Onetto, Don Healy, Chris Vangel, Douglas Giebel, Ken Steenland) 12; Land Rover 7. 1999 Tinnicum Park Polo Club - Polo Hill Blue (Gregorio Simiones, Les Gurren, Pascual Salatino, Greg Galster) 13; Cavaliers 12. 1999 Detroit Polo Club - Land Sharks (Patrick Mulhall, Paul Wheaton, Carlos Gonzales, Frank Csapo) 8; Detroit Blues 6. 1999 Saratoga Polo Club - Hidden Creek (Matt Dougherty, Rodrigo Salinas, Mark Gomez, Kevin Dougherty) 10; Gene’s Cleaning Systems 7. 1999 Jackson Hole Polo Club - Leawood Farms (Weston Harris, Joseph Infanger, Justo Del Carril, Robert Bradley) 5; Shootin Iron Ranch 6. 1999 Blue Water Creek Polo Club - Legg Mason (Oscar Hernandez, Alfredo Aycinena, Matthew Fonseca, Winship Rees) 10; Atlanta 9. 2000 Great Meadow Polo Club - Foxlease (Pedro Marcos Bignoli, Eric Steiner, Robert Montgomery, Joseph Muldoon III) 12; Capital City 7. 2000 Tinicum Park Polo Club - Polo Gear (Clarie Taylor, Gregorio Simiones. Santiago Hernando, Armando F. Teves) 11; Windover 7.

2000 Saratoga Polo Club - Maritz/Canada (Robert Follows, Dorian Scott Weir, Frederico Bachmann, Jennifer Littlechild) 12; Ramirez Financial 3. 2000 Blue Water Creek Polo Club - JAM Farm (Douglas Moore, Carlos Maldonado, Rodrigo Salinas, Lewis McCurdy, Gonzalo Martin Salinas) 5; Tailor-Made Farms 3. 2000 Naperville Polo Club - Due West (James Tolbert, Curtis Mahon, Omar Cepeda, Clifton Yandell, Weldon Kissler) 8; Land Rover 5. 2001 Detroit Polo Club - No results received. 2001 Jackson Hole Polo Club - Bulldogs (David Ragland, Dayelle F. Bradley, Gaston Lisioli, Robert Bradley) 11; Rancho La Serena 4. 2001 Naperville Polo Club - Laurel Motors (Elizabeth Green, Dean J. Kleronomos, Matt Sekera, Tim Greene) 10; Blue Stone Farm 8. 2001 Running Brook Polo Club - Boulder (Jefferson Leeper, Augustine Wulff, Santiago Bottaro, Raymond Mayer) 11; M.P.S. 8. 2001 Santa Barbara Polo Club - Mercari (Dyan Pettigrew, Diego Cossio, Agustin Zavaleta, Lee Pettigrew) 11; Piocho Ranch 10. 2001 Saratoga Polo Club - Gene’s Cleaning (Matthew A. Syme, Juventino Baez, Anthony Vita, Eugene F. Gass Jr.) 9; Ramirez Financial/DePaula Chevrolet 7. 2001 Tinicum Park Polo Club - Lammington (Claire Taylor, Antonio Gallardo, Julio Ezcurra, Michael Simpson) 11; Stone Rows 8. 2002 Columbine Polo Club - BMW (Jefferson Leeper, Fernando C. Asenjo, Santiago Bottaro, Raymond Mayer) 8; Pepsi Center 6.

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2004 Bloomfield/Gene’s Cleaning (Jeaniene Gass, Juventino Baez, William D. Orthwein, Jose R. Escapite )10; Sugar Maple 9 at Saratoga. 2004 Windover/Lamington(Steve Pripstein, Juan Ignacio Otharan, Hernan Tasso, Michael Rhyne Simpson) 12; Stone Rows 11 at Tinicum Park. 2005 Grayfields (Christopher Landon, R. Christopher Prant, Alejandro A. Gowland, Adelino O. Sosa) 12; Burnt Mills 9 at Blue Sky. 2005 Derry Heir (Colleen Donahey, Craig Fraser, John Eicher III, Robert Donahey) 7; Detroit Blues 5 at Detroit. 2005 Bluestone Farm (Paul W. Oliver Jr., Susan D. Oliver, Facundo Obregon, Gonzalo Teves, Carlos Arellano Jr.) 8; CBS/WBBM 7 at Naperville. 2005 Vero Beach (George A. Kahle Jr., Dolf Kahle, Diego Ferreira, Gaston Rodriguez) 11; Detroit Blue 10 at P.K. Polo. 2005 Long Beach (Christine M. Walker, Daniel Walker, Matthew J. Walker, William H. Walker) 9; Nicoma 7 at Santa Barbara. 2005 Mustang Ranch (Michael F. Ferro, Randall Greer, Stuart I. Campbell, Theresa A. King) 10; D Bar T Ranch 9 at Sarasota. 2005 Buckleigh (Samuel A. Ramirez Jr., Carlos I.M. Saenz, Luis F. Galvan, Peter Bibeau, Peter L. Williams) 12; Bloomfield 11 at Saratoga. 2005 Stone Rows (Drew Fairclough, Brian Fairclough, Andy Fairclough, E.J. Foley III) 10; Windover 8 at Tinicum Park. 2006 Parrot Heads (Bradford W. Blake, Sergio Silvestre, Carlos L. Galindo, B. Craig Duke) 7; Pony Up Polo 4 at Royal Palm. 2006 Prime Source/Klentner Ranch (David L. Flynn, Justin T. Klentner, Timothy Rudy, Matthew Ladin) 14; Chadmar 6 at Santa Barbara. 2006 Running U (Mark Gutierrez, Paul Wheaton, Roger Redman, Robert A. Uihlein IV) 11; War Horse 6 at Sarasota. 2006 Gene’s Cleaning/Dos Perros (Anthony Vita, Juventino Baez, Eugene F. Gass Jr., Frederick Baum) 12; Buckleigh Farm 11 at Saratoga. 2007 Parrot Heads (Bradford W. Blake, Santiago Torres, Roni T. Duke, Tobin Wayman) 11; Green Meadows 6 at Royal Palm. 233


2017 2007 Chadmar/LAMaria (Joel R. Baker, Richard T. Caleel, Charles R. Lande Jr., Roberto Zedda) 12; Gehache 9 at Santa Barbara. 2007 Mark P. Riley (Alexa Fae Ferro, Alan Martinez, Stuart I. Campbell, Jason W. Rauschelbach) 8; Running U 5 at Sarasota. 2007 Tackeria (Robert M. Stenzel, Todd Offen, Marcelo J. Castro, Matthew Anthony Coppola) 12; Estrella 9 at Saratoga. 2007 Ambassadors (Nicolas J. Millan, Diego Ramon Ferreira, William T. Paterniti, Neil Cohen) 9; Flexjet 6 at Tinicum Park. 2008 Parrot Heads (Roni Duke, Bradford W. Blake, Julian Aguilar, Mariano Gracida) 11; Boca Developers 7 at Royal Palm Polo Club. 2008 Brigadoon (Daniel M. B. Beck, Christine A. Cato, James Mirikitani, Alan Martinez) 11; Rude Boy 10 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2008 Arby Dobb (Gaston Rodriguez, Margarito Santana, John F. Kriege IV, Timothy Cheromcka) 11; Windover Farm 8 at Tinicum Park Polo Club. 2009 Isla Carroll (Duncan Watts, Todd Offen, Robert Stenzel, Bo Goodman) 9; Palm Beach Equine 7 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2009 Boca Developers (Laura Willson, Brian Street, Raul Colombres, Diego Cossio 15; Superman + Wonderwomen 13 at Palm City Polo Club. 2009 Klentner/Mansour (Ben Soleimani, Justin Klentner, Matthew Ladin, Matthew Walker) 11; Braveheart/Nicoma 9 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2009 Robinson Farms (Gaston Rodriguez, Margarito Santana, John F. Kriege IV, Timothy Cheromcka) 13; Hillcroft/ Touchstone 10 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2009 Buckleigh (Peter Bibeau, Jose Rodriguez, Andy Fairclough, Louis Galvan ) 10; Windover Farm 4 at Tinicum Park Polo Club. 2010 Villa Del Lago (Jared Zenni, Geronimo Obregon, Agustin Obregon, Matias Obregon) 17; USA Certified 10 2010 Goose Creek (Maureen Brennan, Leonardo Mandelbaum, Brandon Phillips, Robert Orthwein 11; Elangeni Ranch 6 at Palm City Polo Club. 2010 Mansour (Ben Soleimani, Benji Soleimani, Santiago Von Wernich, Santiago Wulff) 11; China Beach 9 at Santa Barbara Polo Club

UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2010 Genesis (Sophie Kyriazi, Kaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;aina DeCoite, James P. Uihlein, Joe Wayne Barry 2010 Detroit Polo (Stacey Stover, Collin McCosh, Patrick Smith, Paul Wheaton) 11; Derry Heir 9 at Detroit Polo Club. 2010 Morgan Stanley (James Parr, Jason Pascarella, J. Bradley Limehouse, Shane Rice) 10; Fross + Fross 9 at Villages Polo Club. 2011 Cinco Canyon (Remy Du Celliee Muller, David Theodore Marks, Bryan Middleton, Carlos M. Galindo) 8; Alpheus/Arroyo Escondido 7 at Brookshire Polo Club. 2011 Equus Hotel (Devon M. Dailey, Michael Dailey, Ryan F. Tongg, Ricardo A. Villegas) 10; Noh Foods 5 at Hawaii Polo Club. 2011 Sara Boca (Johnathan William Lavine, E. Lance Vetter, Wesley D. Finlayson, Raul Juan Colombres, Richard S. Bostwick) 14; Woodlawn 11 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2011 Cooper Home & Stables (J.D. Cooper, Matt Sekera, Eddy Roberto Martinez, Agustin Murphy Arellano) 13; Karna/ Bottega Gratia 8 at New Bridge Polo & Country Club. 2011 Lazy P (Charles David Pugsley, John S. Gobin, Nicholas Snow, Mario D. Di Salvo) 10; Elangeni 6 at Palm City Polo Club. 2011 Regent/Hillcroft (Kari Beck, James Mather Miller, Stuart I. Campbell, Gonzalo Teves) 12; Robinson Farms 8 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2011 Preferred Care (Max Stevens, Frank S. Oliver Butterworth IV, James Bradley Limehouse, Wilbert Limehouse) 11; Fross & Fross 10 at Villages Polo Club. 2012 Upatoi Green (Martin Ravina, Johnny Alvarez-Belen, William H. Patterson, John F. Flournoy, Jose Martinez) 7; Catamount 5 at Bliss Polo Club. 2012 Ten Oaks (Shane Justin Rice, Brent Mirikitani, Michael Beck, John Luke Beck, Jack L. Shelton) 11; Wildcat 10 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2012 Piaget (Juan Bollini, Melissa P. Ganzi, Juan Bollini Jr., Leonardo Mandelbaum) 13; Main Man 8 at Palm City Polo Club. 2012 Lazy P (Wesley D. Finlayson, Santiago Matias Galland, Charles David Pugsley, Raul Colombres) 8; Goose Creek 7 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 234


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 2012 Arroyo/Escondido/Alpheus (Cristina Payan, William Mudra, Shane Justin Rice, Paul W. Hobby) 9; Fairplay 8 at Houston Polo Club. 2012 Rude Boy/Whiskey Victor (Whitney C. Vogt, Cecelia G. Cochran, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., Jason Wates, Wesley Bryan 9; Derry Heir 8 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2012 Eagle Prime Lending (Leah Moran, James Mather Miller, James Mirikitani, Shane Justin Rice) 11; State Farm 10 at Villages Polo Club. 2012 Dark Horse (Jesse C. Bray, Sara R. Rotman, Maximiliano R. Menini, Dayelle Elise Fargey) 10; Film Finance 9 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2013 Rocking P (Carl Price, Chad Bowman, Hernan Tejera, Marcos Villanueva) 9; BTA 8 at Houston Polo Club. 2013 Equine Law Group (Avery Chapman, Delmar Caroll Walton, Marcos Onetto, Matias Gonzalez) 11; Palm Beach Equine 10 at International Polo Club Palm Beach. 2013 Blackberg Ranch (Rob Berg, Marcos Onetto, Pedro Lara, Gaston Bravo) 9; Bodega 8 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2013 Long Beach (Henry Walker, Charlie Walker, Santiago Wulff, Tony Uretz) 10; Dark Horse 6 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2013 Regent/Ten Oaks (Kelly Beck, Jon Luke Beck, Shane Rice and Stuart Campbell) 11; Custer Capital 8 at Sarasota Polo Club. 2013 Barefield (Hesham Elezaby, Juan Martinez Baez, Jeff Heeder, Leandro Berrios, Mark Mulligan) 14; Windmill 11 at Tinicum Park Polo Club.

2013 McLin Burnsed (Ryan Gilbertson, Paige Boone, Jake Stimmel, Francisco Bilbao) 11; Fross & Fross 10 at Villages Polo Club. 2014 BTA (Chrys Beal, KC Krueger, Steve Krueger, Shane Rice) 11; Team Tejas 6 at Houston Polo Club. 2014 Las Vinas (Cesar Rangel, Kegan Walsh, Jesus Escapite, Stacie Rodriguez) 15; Derry Heir 14 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2014 M3/Miramar (Santiago Wulff, Luis Saracco, Madelyn Cobb, Charles Rhett Merrill) 12; Cotterel 10 at Santa Barbara Polo Club. 2014 Barefield Polo (R. Christopher Prant, Mark Mulligan, Leandro Berrios, Juan Martinez-Baez) 13; Siam Precision 3 at Tinicum Park Polo Club. 2015 Rocking P (Grayson Price, Carl Price, Marco Villanueva, Jose Vegers, Courtney Price) 11; BTA 5 at Houston Polo Club. 2015 Las Vinas (Stacie Simpkins, Cesar Rangel, Kegan Walsh, Jesus Escapite) 7; Derry Heir 6 at New Bridge Polo Club. 2015 Barefield Polo (Mark Mulligan, Nick Wayland, Leandro Berrios, Juan Martinez-Baez) 9; Brook Hollow Farm 8 at Tinicum Park Polo Club. 2016 7 Bar W/Lockton (Mason Wroe, Hernan Tejera, Charles Fridge, Shelia Lequerica) 10; BTA/Rocking P 6 at Houston Polo Club. 2016 Starfish/Hutchinson Farms (Charlie Hutchinson, Cecelia Cochran, Marcos Onetto, Jason Wates) 9; Karna 8 at New Bridge Polo Club.

National Amateur Cup 2004 War Horse Farm (Gerry Aschinger, Dana Aschinger, Ramon Q. Cendoya, Robert E. Macklin III, Omar Trevino) 9; Sassafras 6 at Lexington. 2005 Cedargate/Mather Polo (Juan C. Fillol, Marcos Onetto, James M. Miller, Philip H. Beegle Jr.) 9; Applebeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 8 at Lexington. 2006 Futurity Hill (Tomas Gallegos, Daniel M. Gallegos, Bedell Suydam Fahs, William R. Hilliard Jr.) 10; Wickliffe 4 at Lexington. 2007 Futurity Hill (Daniel M. Gallegos, Bedell Suydam Fahs, Robert Flynn Orthwein, William R. Hilliard Jr.) 9; Warhorse 5 at Lexington. 2008 Futurity Hill (Bedell Suydam Fahs, William R. Hilliard Jr., Robert Flynn Orthwein, Jorge Vasquez) 8; Sarasota Polo 7 at Lexington.

2009 Lexington (Antonio Campos, Jorge Vasquez, Chad Bowman, Belinda Brody) 11; Futurity Hill 10 at Lexington. 2010 Lexington Polo (John Donaldson, Cristian Vasquez, Jorge Vasquez, Dan Lanham) 9; Ace Hardware/Hillcroft 8 at Lexington. 2011 Ace Hardware (Walter Buck Schott IV, Walter E. Schott III, Jorge Antonio Vasquez, John Patrick Vasquez) 10; Elkhorn 4 at Lexington. 2012 Futurity Hill (William R. Hilliard Jr., Luis Ernesto Ansola, Humberto Sanchez, Kimberly Eileen Mayer) 11; Elkhorn/ Gainesway 7 at Lexington. 2013 Gainesway/Futurity Hill (William Beck, William R. Hilliard Jr., Weston Gracida, Jorge Vasquez) 10; Notch Hill 6 at Lexington. 235


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2014 Results not received. 2015 Sophisticated Living (Daniel Lanham, Harold Woodward, Chad Middendorf, Neil Osburg) 7; Jeffersonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boourbon 4 at Lexington.

2016 Not played for.

Intercollegiate Championship 1924 Princeton (Charles Newbold, David S. Dillingham, Thomas J. Davis Jr., Henry A. Gerry) 12; Pennsylvania Military Holbrook, Charles H. Jackson, Thomas College 2. M. Bancroft) 6; Yale 4 1925 Harvard (Frank D. Stranahan Jr., 1935 Yale (Robert E.L. Wilson, Peter Dominick, Joseph P. Grace Jr., Jay S. Alexander Shaw, Windsor H. White, Secor) 10; Harvard 2. Robert Pinkerton) 8; U.S. Military 1936 Harvard (Edward H. Gerry, Townsend Academy 8. Winmill, Francis S. von Stade Jr., Henry 1926 Yale (Frank C. Baldwin, Winston Guest, Gerry) 8; Army 7. C. Reddington Barrett, William K. Muir) 1937 (Eastern) West Point (Henry B. Wilson, 11; Harvard 4. William W. West, Arthur H. Wilson Jr., 1927 Yale (Frank C. Baldwin, Winston Guest, William P. Brett) 10; Cornell 6. C. Reddington Barrett, Richard W. 1937 (Western) Arizona (Charles Mosse, Simmons) 4; Princeton 3. George P. Evans, Boyd L. Branson, 1928 Yale (Oliver Malcolm Wallop, Peter George A. Judson Jr., William P. Brett) Folger, John H.H. Phipps, Frank C. 8; Stanford 4. Baldwin, Hardie Scott) 11; Pennsylvania 1938 (Eastern) Harvard (R. Bennett Forbes, Military College 5. H. Gaylord Dillingham, Francis S. von 1929 Harvard (James P. Cotton, Elbridge T. Stade, Bronson H. Rumsey) 7; Yale 1. Gerry, Forrester Clark, James P. Mandell) 1938 (Western) Southern California (Jack 6; Yale 3. Anderson, Robert Stack, Robert Rogers, 1930 Yale (Hardie Scott, James P. Mills, Charles Wheeler) 0; Standord 6. St e wa r d B . I g le h art, J o s ep h C. 1939 (Eastern) Yale (William H. Chisholm, Rathborne) 11; Princeton 0. Alan L. Corey Jr., C. Mott Wolley Jr., 1931 West Point (George R. Grunert, Laurence Collister Johnson) 12; Harvard 5. H. Rodgers, Royden E. Beebe Jr., Bruce 1940 Yale (William H. Chisholm, George H. von G. Scott) 6; Harvard 5. Mead Jr., Alan L. Corey Jr., Frank H. 1932 Yale (Michael G. Phipps, James P. Mills, Goodyear Jr.) 15; Princeton 5. Stewart B. Iglehart, Dunbar W. Bostwick) 1941 (Eastern) Yale (John H. Daniels, David C. 13; Harvard 9. Wilhelm, George H. Mead Jr., Robert 1933 Princeton (John I.Kemmerer, Raymond Johnson) 13; Princeton 1. Firestone, William H. Sullivan, Mahlon S. Kemmerer) 12; Harvard 9. 1934 Harvard (Edward H. Gerry, Lowell S.

National Youth Tournament Series Championship 2013 Zone Three (Justin Daniels, Grant Ganzi, Juan Bollini Jr., Wesley Finlayson ) 9; Zone Two 4 at Virginia International Polo Club. 2014 Zone Three (Christian Weisz, Grant Ganzi, Juan Bollini Jr., Wesley Finlayson ) 13; Zone Two 5 at San Diego Polo Club.

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2015 Zone Four (Barrett Coke, Marissa Wells, Thomas Huber, George Hempt) 7; Zone Two 7 at Columbine Polo & Equestrian Center, LLC. 2016 Zone Three (Benji Daniels, Justin Daniels, Nico Escobar, Matias Gonzalez) 7; Zone One 5 at Myopia Polo Club


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Women’s U.S. Handicap 1979 Carmel Valley (Sunset Hale, Susan 1992 American Airlines (Maggie Mitchell, Tammy McCutchin, Kim Kelly, Abi Welker, Sue Sally Hale, Stormie Hale) Abel) 5; Houston 4. 4; Modesto 1. 1980 CCNY (Molly Baldrige, Corrine 1993 Silvercrest (Cybelle Oddie, Kathy Batchelor, Kim Kelly, Tania Paneno) 11; Chambers, Leigh Eckstrom, Janeen Gypsum Enterprises 9. Simon) 5; Eugene 4. 1994 BTA (Karlene Garber, Kim Kelly, 1981 Willow Bend/Plano (Susan Welker, Cybele Oddie, Susan Stovall) 6; Gypsum Oatsy Baker, Mary Alizon Walton, Susan Enterprises 5. Walton) 9; Will Rogers 2. 1995 No results received. 1982 Willow Bend (Susan Welker, Oatsy 1996 Hobeau Farm (Liz Wheeler, Mary Claire Baker, Mary Alizon Walton, Susan Codd, Heather Shurden, Linda Martinez) Walton) 6; Eldorado 4. 5; Bare 1. 1983 Willow Bend (Susan Welker, Oatsy 1997 Millwood (Beth Rose, Debbie Gilmore, Jolie Liston, Coleen Smith) 7; Villages 1. Baker, Vickie Armour, Stacy Leary) 7; 1998 No results received. California 3. 1984 Twin Mallets (Susan Welker, Bonnie 1999 Horse Hound (Debi Gilmore, Colleen Smith, Jolie Liston, Lynne Bernhardt) Middleton, Stacy Leary, Nancy Brinker) 5; Boomerang 3. 7; Champs III 3. 2000 R & K Tranquillo (Megan Arellano, Ann 1985 Willow Bend (Leighann Fischer, Susan Ahearn, Bonni Roybal, Yvette Biddle) 3; Stovall, Susan Walton, Pat Van Dyke) 5; Pro Materials 2. Piaget 4. 2001 Sunnyside Farm (Colleen Smith, Heather 1986 Z92.5 Power (Nancy Brinker, Alina M. Shurden, Bonnie K. Corner, Jolie Carta, Susan Walton, Nancy Romfh) 8; L. Liston) 8; R & K Nutrena 6 at The Villages. Piagets 3. 2002 Florida (Susan L. Fredericks, Paige 1987 92.5/KZPS (Ann Mallinckrodt, Susan Boone, Helen M. Harrison, Jolie L. Walton, Alina Carta, Yvette Knutson) 6; Liston) 8; Polo Glen 6. Pilot Knob 3. 1988 American Airlines (Maggie Mitchell, 2003-2011 Not played for. 2012-2014 Results not received. S u s a n Wa l t o n , K i m K e l l y, A n n 2015 Freccianera (Brooks Diesel, Rebecca Mallinckrodt) 6; Grand Kempinski 5. Clark, Lia Salvo, Sheila Lequerica) 1989 American Airlines (Maggie Mitchell, 9; Pescatore 8 at Houston Polo Kim Kelly, Cindy Halle, Katie Reddell) Club. 8; Lady Walton’s Cookies 7. 2016 Mytable/Riveroaks.com (Lia Salvo, 1990 American Airlines (Margaret Holland, Carolyn Stimmel, Courtney Price, Grace Tammy McCutchin, Maggie Mitchell, Mudra) 6; Herk’s Store & Grill 5 at Kim Kelly) 8; Neighborhood Doctor 3. Houston Polo Club. 1991 American Airlines (Carolyn Stimmel, Lesley-Ann Masterton, Kim Kelly, Maggie Mitchell) 10; Neighborhood Doctor 7. U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship 2011 Goose Creek (Maureen C. Brennan, Dawn M. Jones, Sunset Hale, Kristy Waters Outhier) 5; BTA 4 at Houston Polo Club. 2012 A-F Farm (Karen Reese, Dayelle Elise Fargey, Abby Riggs, Tiffany Busch) 6; San Saba 5 at Houston Polo Club.

2013 Goose Creek (Maureen Brennan, Sunset Hale, Kristy Outhier, Julia Smith) 7; BTA 6 at Houston Polo Club. 2014 Northern Trust (Maureen Brennan, Jula Smith, Sarah Wiseman, Clarie Broughham) 5; BTA 4 at Houston Polo Club.

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2016 Rocking P Lockton (Courtney Price, Athena Malin, Kristy Outhier, Hazel Jackson, Sarah Wiseman) 9; San Saba 2 at Houston Polo Club.

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The John R. Townsend Challenge Cup 1923 America, Archer W. Kinny, Hugh B. Blackwell, Robert A. Granniss 2004 America, Anthony Vita, Peter Daly, Michael Zeliger 2008 America, John S. Gobin, Adair Seager, Billy Sheldon 2011 America, Thomas J. Biddle Jr., John S. Gobin, Billy Sheldon, Shane Rice 2013 England, Max Charlton, Oliver Hipwood, Sebastian Dawnay 2015 America, Thomas J. Biddle Jr., Kris Kampsen, Jared Sheldon

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THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Cup Presented 1926 by Charles E. Danforth Yale. (Clarence Redding Barrett, William 1931 Los Nanduces. (Gerard S. Smith, F.C. Guest, William K. Muir). Cyril R. Harrison, Lt. Morton McDonald Brooklyn R. & D. Club. (Carl Pflug, Jones). Warren A. Sackman, Gerard S. Smith). 1932 The Optimists. (Stewart B. Iglehart, WinBrooklyn R. & D. Club. (Carl Pflug, ston F.C. Guest, Warren A. Sackman). Gerard S. Smith, Warren A. Sackman). 1933 The Optimists. (Michael G. Phipps, Brooklyn R. & D. Club. (Carl Pflug, Winston F.C. Guest, Stewart B. Iglehart). Gerard S. Smith, Warren A. Sackman). 1934-1939 Not played for. The Optimists. (Michael G. Phipps, Win- 1940 Winmont Farms. (Walter Hayden, John ston F.C. Guest, Lt. Morton McDonald Pflug, Robert Eisner). Jones). CLASS A CHAMPIONSHIP

Cup Presented in 1921 by John R. Townsend 1921 N.Y. Riding Club. (George C. Sherman, 1924 Durland Polo Club. (John W. Henley, Archer W. Kinny, Herman S. Crossman). Archer W. Kinny, Herbert Lee). 1922 The Riding Club. (John D. Richards, 1925 Yale. (Henry Baldwin, Winston F.C. Hugh B. Blackwell, Robert A. Granniss). Guest, Sanford Hewitt). 1923 The Riding Club. (Joseph Fahys Jr., W. 1926 New York Athletic Club. (John W. Henley, H. Herold, Harry B. Albright). Averell Harriman, Robert A. Granniss). 239


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1930 The Optimists. (Michael G. Phipps, Winston F.C. Guest, Lt. Morton McDonald Jones). 1931 Yale. (Laurence A. Baldwin, James P. Mills, Joseph C. Rathborne). 1932 The Optimists. (Edwin F. Ford, Winston F.C. Guest, Stewart B. Iglehart). 1933 The Optimists. (Michael G. Phipps, Winston F.C. Guest, H. Shaffer).

SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP (Formerly Class A Championship) 1934 New York Athletic Club. (William G. 1949 Oak Brook. (Thomas J. Healy, John F. Reynolds, Clarence C. Combs Jr., Arthur Ivory Jr., Juan Rodriguez). B. Borden). 1950 Brooklyn. (Seldon E. Heatley, Clarence 1935 New York Athletic Club. (William G. C. Combs Jr., Ray Harrington). Reynolds, Clarence C. Combs Jr., Arthur 1951 Red Bank. (Philip Brady, Clarence C. B. Borden). Combs Jr., Alfred Parsells). 1936 New York Athletic Club. (Clarence C. 1952 New York Athletic Club. (Zenas C. Colt, Combs Jr., Tom A. Bradley Jr., William John Pflug, Alfred G. Pennell). H. Nicholls Jr., Joseph C. Rathborne). 1953 Red Bank. (Clarence C. Combs Jr., Philip 1937 New York Athletic Club. (Clarence Brady, John Pflug). C. Combs Jr., William H. Nicholls Jr., 1954 Squadron A. (Philip Iglehart, Albert Arthur B. Borden). Parsells, Philip Brady). 1938 Optimists. (Merrill Fink, Michael G. 1955 Squadron A. (Philip H. Brady, John F. Phipps, Winston F.C. Guest, William R. Ivory Jr., George C. Sherman Jr). 11; New Zimmerman). York A.C. 8. 1939 124th Field Artillery. (Lt. William D. 1956 Squadron (A. Philip H. Brady, Alfred G. PenFergus, Robert Nichoalds, Jay K. Secor). nell, Vincent Rizzo) 14; New York A.C. 13. 1940-1947 Inclusive-Not played for. 1957 Meadow Brook. (David Ellis, Alfred G. Pen1948 Arlington Farms. (Delmar Carroll, William Fergus, Stevens H. Hammond). nell, George C. Sherman Jr. )16; Chicago 10. CLASS B CHAMPIONSHIP Cup Presented in 1923 by Thomas L. Leeming 1923 Squadron A. (Kenneth Philips, Regis H. 1928 Harvard. (James P. Cotton, Roy Burnett, Windsor H. White, Forrester A. Clark). Post Jr., Ernest Lull). 1924 Squadron A. (Joseph Fahys, Regis H. 1929 Princeton. (William Duryea, Arthur B. Borden. William Post, II). Post Jr., William B. Klausner). 1925 Yale. (Alfred H. Hunt, W.A. Herold, 1930 Fort Hamilton. (Capt. Kelly Wise, Lt. Homer W. Kiefer, Capt. Don M. Scott). William K. Muir). 1931 Brooklyn R. & D. Club. (Carl J. Pflug, 1926 Squadron A. (Ernest Lull, J. Timmerman, Reginald Webster, Warren A. Sackman). William B. Klausner). 1932 Squadron C. (C.Milton Kornblum, Gil1927 Chicago Riding Club. (Frank W. Berbert Wilson, Warren A. Sackman). ing, Kenneth Fitzpatrick, Maxwell M. 1933 Chicago Riding Club. (James A. Hannah, Corpening). Herbert J. Lorber, Frank Bering). CLASS C CHAMPIONSHIP Cup Presented in 1923 by Wilson M. Powell Jr. 1923 Brooklyn R. & D. Club. (Harry J. Davenport, Warren A. Sackman, E. Mukenbach).

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1930 Cleveland Polo Club. (Wilbur H. Zink, Capt. C. Radcliff, Windsor H. White, George C. Sherman Jr.) 1931 Cleveland Polo Club. (Wilbur H. Zink, Frank C. Kadow, Lou Mellen). 1932 Hartford Cavalry Polo Association. (Barclay Robinson, Ostrom Enders, J.M.K. Davis). 1933 112th Field Artillery. (Capt. Donald W. McGowan, Lt. James T. Wilson, Capt. Arthur P. Moore).

CLASS D CHAMPIONSHIP Cup Presented in 1923 by Walter P. Bliss 1923 Squadron A. (Gouverner M. Carnochan, E. Ayers, M. Greening). 1924 Squadron A. (H. Iselin, W.A. Mattocks, J.B. Reboul). 1925 Squadron A. (Arthur Colledge, Robert E. Fitzigibbon, Allen T. McKay). 1926 Squadron A. (H. Shaw, John Graham, H. Beach). 1927 Squadron A. (H.C. Tate, George Young, Wolcott M. Warner). 1928 Squadron A. (Russell Drowne, H.C. Tate, Louis J. Francke Jr.)

1929 124th Field Artillery. (Lt. L.B. Callahan, Lt. Romeo E. Mura, Lt. C.M. Schuh). 1930 Ramapo Valley Polo Club. (H.H. McConnel, Peter D. Ash, John P. Graham). 1931 Ft. Sheridan Polo Club. (Lt. George S. Smith, Maj. Arthur R. Harris, Capt. H.L. Branson). 1932 Ramapo Valley Polo Club. (A. Delin, George Oliver, W. Doyle). 1933 Cleveland Riding Club. (George. Greenfield, William O’Neill, Hank Evinger).

EAST-WEST CHAMPIONSHIP 1934 East. (William G. Reynolds, Winston 1951 East. (Walter H. Nicholls, Clarence C. Combs, Alfred Parsells). F.C. Guest, Arthur B. Borden). 1935 West. (William D. Fergus, Stevens H. Hammond, C.D. Smith). JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP 1934 Cleveland Riding Club. (A.Z. Baker, William D. Fergus, Hank Evinger). 1935 Governors Island. (Capt. Harry Cullings, Capt. Chester E. Davis, Lt. George W. Read Jr.) 1936 Squadron C. (Carl Pflug, Milton Kornblum, Frank Pfeiffer, John Pflug). 1937 Ridgewood Polo Club. (William R. Zimmerman, H.D. Hopper, Earle B. Hopper). 1938 124th Field Artillery. (Lt. Don J. Rice, Capt. Romeo E. Mura, Lt. William D. Fergus).

1939 Pegasus Club of New Jersey. (Delmar Carroll, Clarence C. Combs Jr., Thomas Lawrence). 1940 124th Field Artillery. (Michael Healy, Robert Nichoalds, William Fergus). 1941-1946 Inclusive-Not played for. 1947 New York Athletic Club. (Paul L. Miller, William H. Nicholls, Thomas Long). 1948 Milwaukee. (Thomas J. Healy, William Fergus, Robert Walter).

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UNITED STATES OPEN ARENA POLO CHAMPIONSHIP ® (Re-established 1980) Cup presented by Hal A. Vita Sr. 1980 Joy Farm (William E. Stevens, Richard Warren, James Stevens) 10; Chicago 7. 1981 Joy Farm (James Stevens, William E. Stevens, Charles Stevens) 10; Glenlivet 9. 1982 Fox Lea (Chris Knowles, Thomas Goodspeed, William LeRoyer) 15; Unadilla 12. 1983 Essex Leasing (Guy Gengras, Thomas Goodspeed, William Tauber) 17; Lake Run Farm 12. 1984 Essex Leasing (Guy Gengras, Thomas Goodspeed, William Tauber) 13; Fox Lea 12. 1985 Conco (Guy Gengras, Tom Goodspeed, William Tauber) 16; Shallowbrook 9. 1986 Burbank Pet (Daniel Healy, Joel Baker, John Kuhn) 11; Comancheros 10. 1987 Comancheros (David Rolston, Mark Cruse, Thomas Goodspeed) 21; CIA 8. 1988 Empire Polo Club (Alex Haagen, IV, Mark Cruse, Thomas Goodspeed) 12; Indian Palms C.C. 9. 1989 Not played for. 1990 Indian Palms C.C. (Herman-Louis DeCoite, Joseph Henderson, Frank Mortimer) 13; Empire 12. 1991 Not played for. 1992 Westin (Billy Sheldon, Carlos Galindo, Robert Puetz) 13; Palm Springs Marquis 11. 1993 Los Gallos (Alex Ulivi, Anthony Vita, David Eldredge) 22; The Tack Room 18. 1994 The Tack Room’s Bondstreet (John Cole, David Eldredge, Thomas Goodspeed) 16; Shallowbrook 15. 1995 Shallowbrook (Travis Scales, Anthony 242

Vita, William Tauber) 27; West Hills 11. 1996 Shallowbrook (Travis Scales, David Eldredge, William Tauber) 26; West Hills 16. 1997 Shallowbrook (Leo Mandelbaum, Travis Scales, William Tauber) 23; Tack Room 12. 1998 No results received. 1999 San Diego - No results received. 2000 Shallowbrook - No results received. 2001 Yale (Robert Arnold, David Eldredge, James DeAngelis) 34; Shallowbrook 10. 2002 Tullyroan (Douglas A. Barnes Jr., Adair D. Seager, John S. Gobin) 17; Great Meadow 13. 2003 Chetwood (Fiona E.R. Seager, Martin Zegers, John S. Gobin) 14; La Union 11 at Polo Great Meadow. 2004 Tullyroan (Fiona Seager, Juan Jaramillo, John Gobin) 16; Nash’s Tigers 11 at Polo Great Meadow. 2005 Tack Room Products (Peter J. Daly, Engelberto Maldonado, Cristian Vasquez) 16; Country Farms 8 at West Hills. 2006 Nash Tigers (Federico Uribe, Jonas Larguia, Alan W. Nash) 14; La Union Polo 9 at Great Meadow Polo Club. 2007 CCSI (Gary George Burch,Shane Rice, Billy Sheldon) 17; California Polo 8 at California Polo Club. 2008 La Union (Anthony Vita, John Gobin, Scott Gray) 18; Golden Zebra 16 at Great Meadow Polo Club.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 2009 Lender Support System (Cary Burch, Carlos Galindo, Billy Sheldon) 12; Urban Dog/Oldman-Cooley 11 at California Polo Club. 2010 Golden Zebra (Jay Fetner, Gonzalo Fucci, Jose Zegers) 14; Brandywine 12 at Great Meadow Polo Club. 2011 California Polo Club (Domingo Questal, Manuel Questal, Ashton Wolf) 11; Thomson-Reuters 10 at California Polo Club. 2012 Weill Cornell (Thomas Biddle Jr., Nicholas Stieg, Robert Yackley) 17; Black Watch 11 at Country Farms Polo Club.

2013 Cedar Croft (Robert Ceparano, Kris Kampsen, Felipe Viana) 16; Aliano Realty 15 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2014 Cedar Croft (Robert Ceparano, Kris Kampsen, Felipe Viana) 11; $D 10 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2015 Cedar Croft Farms (Robert Ceparano, Kris Kampsen, Felipe Viana) 13; Equuleus 10 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2016 NYC Polo (Sam Ramirez, Matias Magrini, Jared Sheldon ) 17; Cedar Croft Farms 15 at Country Farms Polo Club.

UNITED STATES ARENA HANDICAP 1980 Maui (Ronald Tongg, Robert E. Walton, Peter Baldwin) 19; Kraml Dairy 12. 1981 Kraml Dairy (Leslie Johnson, David Offen, Frank Rackley) 14; Chicago 9. 1982 Unadilla (Dale Chambers, Michael Chambers, Robert Stuerzebecher) 15; Hartford 10. 1983 Lake Run Farm (Leslie Johnson, Jim Stevens, Richard Warren) 12; Essex Leasing 11. 1984 Fox Lea (Christopher Knowles, William LeRoyer, William L. Matheson Jr.) 14; Essex Leasing 13. 1985 Shallowbrook (Donald Little Jr., Andy Smith, Robert Stuerzebecher) 10; Conco Leasing 8. 1986 Victory Saddle (Luis Guillermo Naish, Arthur Ramos, Joseph Henderson) 14; Chante Claire 12. 1987 Risky Business (Dorrie Forstmann, Herman-Louis DeCoite, Julio Zavaletta) 16; Burbank Pet 12. 1988-1996 Inclusive-Not played for. 1997 San Saba (Scott Lancaster, Richard Walton, Tommy Lee Jones, Mary Lancaster) 19; Henry ‘s Miller 9. 1998 No results received 1999 Dallas-No results received. 2000-2001 Inclusive-Not played for.

2002 Nash Tigers (Alan W. Nash, Martin Zegers, Pedro Marcos Bignoli) 19; Normandy Farms 12. 2003 Foxlease (Eric Steiner, Anthony Vita, Pedro Marcos Bignoli) 20; Irish Mist 13 at Polo Great Meadow. 2004-2009 Not played for. 2010 Aliano Realty (Nick Aliano, Tommy Biddle, J. Horton Schwartz) 9; Lion Heart 4 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2011 Not played for. 2012 Weill Cornell (Nicholas Stieg, Thomas Biddle Jr., Robert Yackley) 17; Black Watch 13 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2013 I/I Polo (Patrick Uretz, Tony R. Uretz, Wiley Uretz, Nicholas Feldman) 16; Tackeria 12 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2014 Golden Zebra (Gonzalo Fucci, Jose Zegers, P. Jay Fetner) 16; Equuleus 14 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2015 Cedar Croft Farms (Robert Ceparano, Kris Kampsen, Felipe Viana) 16; Equuleus 15 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2016 Equuleus (Christian Laprida, Thomas Biddle Jr., Joseph Dimenna) 17; Miller & Miller/ Don Ercole 15 at Country Farms Polo Club.

NATIONAL ARENA CHALLENGE CUP 1987-1991 No results. 2016 Not played for. 1992 Cellular One (David Archambault, Anthony Vita, Adam Lindemann) 17; J.S.M. Telecom 14.

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1949 (Eastern Division) Ramapo. Alfred Parsells, Paul Miller, George C. Haas. Jr. 1949 (Western Division) Healy Farms. Thomas Healy, Robert Bond, Michael Healy. 1950 (Eastern Division) Pittsfield. Alfred G. Pennell, Zenas C. Colt, George C. Sherman Jr. 1950 (Western Division) North Shore Triple C’s, A.Donald Beveridge, William Mayer, William J. Schmidt, Joseph H. Schwartz Jr., James A. Hannah Jr. 1951 Red Bank. William Whitehead, Clarence C. Combs, Steven J. Roberts. 1952 New York Athletic Club. Zenas C. Colt, John Pflug, Archie Young. 1953 Red Bank. Clarence C. Combs Jr., Joseph H. Schwartz Jr., James A. Hannah Jr. 1954 Long Island. Philip L.B. Iglehart, Walter Phillips, David Ellis. 1955 New YorkA.C. (F.H. Rice Jr., Zenas C. Colt, Alfred G. Pennell) 14; Squadron A. 12. 1956 Huntington (H.F. Rice Jr., Vincent Rizzo, Zenas C. Colt) 9; Joy Farm 8. 1957 (Eastern Division) Westchester (David Ellis, Alfred G. Pennell, John Clements) 14; New York 8. 1957 (Western Division) Hornets (William Mackey, Alfred Kimmel, John Ryan) 15; Shamrocks 7. 1958 (Eastern Division) New York Athletic Club (Henry Lewis, III, Peter D. Baldwin, Zenas C. Colt) 14; Squadron A 6. 1958 (Western Division) Optimists (Eugene Brown, John Ryan, Alfred Kimmel) 10; Knights 6. 1959 (Western Division) Milwaukee (Paul Smithson Jr., William E. Stevens, Donald G. McCarroll) 16; Cornell 15. 1960 (Eastern Division) Huntington (Frank Rice, David Rizzo, Allan Jerkens) 14; New Jersey Centaurs 12. 1960 (Western Division) Shamrocks (Patrick Connors, Truman Wood, Richard Bunn) 11; Ranchers 10. 1961 (Eastern Division) Huntington (Frank Rice, David Rizzo, Allan Jerkens) 12; Fairfield 3. 1961 (Western Division) Knights (Arthur Mertz, William E. Stevens, Donald G. McCarroll) 14; Shamrocks 8. 1962 (Northeastern) Huntington (H. Russell Drowne, III, David Rizzo, Frank Rice) 11; New York Athletic Club 4. 244

1962 (Central) Joy Farm (Edward Lutz, William E. Stevens, Donald McCarroll) 14; Tip Top Ranch 7. 1962 (Southeastern) Farmington (William S. Farish, III, Juan Rodriguez, Richard Riemenschneider) 11; Dollbaby 6. 1962 (Pacific Coast) Santa Barbara (Ronald Tongg, Dr. William Linfoot, George A. Masek) 6; Yellow Jackets 4. 1963 (Central) Libertyville (Frank Reilly Jr., Jack Ryan, John Casey) 13; Joy Farms 10. 1963 (Northeastern) Patricians (George Skakel Jr., Alfred G. Pennell, Fred Zeller) 10; Huntington 8. 1963 (Southeastern) Goose Creek (Albert S. Puelicher Jr., Wayne Brown, Richard Riemenschneider) 10; Potomac 9. 1963 (Pacific Coast) Hornets (Lisle M. Nixon, Allan D. Scherer, William Mayberry) 4; Santa Barbara 3. 1964 (Pacific Coast) Hermosillo (Julio Muller, John F. Ivory Jr., Javier Garza) 7; Eldorado 6. 1964 (Northeastern) Patricians (James Morse, Alfred G. Pennell, Steven .J. Roberts) 15; New York Athletic Club 11. 1964 (Southeastern) South Forty (T. Halter Cunningham, Mark Cunningham, Robert P. Rawlings) 11; Potomac 8. 1964 (Central) Joy Farms (Thomas J. Biddle, Donald McCarroll, William E. Stevens) 15; Bradley Road Bandits 7. 1965 (Northeastern) Patricians (Frederick E. Guest, Alfred G. Pennell, Kurt Rosche) 13; Huntington 12. 1965 (Central) Onwentsia (James Bernhardt, William E. Stevens, Peter R. Carney) 21; Bradley Road 3. 1965 (Pacific Coast) Camelback (Robert Dwyer, Karl Kiefer, David S. Moore) 6; Eldorado 5. 1966 (Southeastern) Middleburg Red (Col. James R. Spurrier, Albert S. Puelicher Jr., Col. Arthur H. Wilson Jr.) 12; Potomac 10. 1966 (Pacific Coast) New Mexico (Floyd D. Heinz, Gregory Baldwin, Thomas Babers) 6; Scottsdale 4. 1966 (Central) Milwaukee (William E. Stevens, Peter R. Carney, Donald McCarroll, Richard Merske) 19; Barrington 2 7.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 1967 (Central) Onwentsia (Frank Reilly Jr., Bill Stevens, Peter Carney, Daniel E, Cardinal Jr.) 15; Joy Farm 11. (Southeastern) Middleburg 7; Blue Ridge 5. 1968 (Northeastern) Myopia (Adam Winthrop, Terry Snow, Donald Little, Neil Ayer) 6; Fairfield 4. 1968 (Southeastern) Mallet Hill (Alfred Fortugno, Albert Puelicher, Hector Garcia) 8; Potomac Gold 6. 1968 (Central) Joy Farm (G. Edward Lutz, Eugene Schram, Richard Hanke, Donald D. McCarroll) 14; Triple “T” 12. 1969 Bethpage (Theodore Shapiro, Frank Rice, David Rizzo) 8; Potomac 6. 1970 Meadowbrook (Theodore Shapiro, Paul Rizzo, Peter Rizzo) 10; Myopia 7. 1971 Myopia (William Mulcahy, Michael Andrew, Tony Devcich) 15; Monroe Pitchforks 4. 1972 Myopia (William Mulcahy, Michael Andrew, Jason J. MacGinley) 11; Fairfield 4. 1973 G o n e Aw a y F a r m ( D a v i d R i z zo, Vincent Rizzo, Joseph Muld o o n J r. ) 1 1 ; M a l l e t H i l l 5 . 1974 Not played for. 1975 Gone Away Farm (Daniel Healy, Vincent Rizzo, Joseph A. Muldoon Jr.) 10; Potomac 6. 1976-1978 Inclusive-Not played for. 1979 Joy Farm (William E. Stevens, James Stevens, Thomas Arndt) 13; Brookfield 11. 1980 Sunset (Richard Warren, Robert Puetz, Charles Stevens) 11; Willow Hill 10. 1981 Brookfield (Robert Puetz, Richard Warren, Daniel Stevens) 9; Joy Farm 8. 1982 Ox Ridge (John Cole, Thomas Goodspeed, Guy Gengras) 14; Shallowbrook 11. 1983 Essex Leasing (Guy Gengras, William Tauber, William E. Matheson Jr.) 17; Ox Ridge 13. 1984 Ox Ridge (Michael Chambers, Thomas Goodspeed, Daniel Scheraga) 19; Essex Leasing 9. 1985 Shallowbrook (Guy Hill, Andrew Snow, Robert Stuerzebecher) 15; Conco Leasing 14. 1986 Comancheros (David Rolston, Thomas Goodspeed, Mark Cruse) 11; Risky Business 10.

1987 Comancheros (David Rolston, Thomas Goodspeed, Bruce Gaither) 18; Hancock Park 14. 1988-1989 Inclusive-Not played for. 1990 Shallowbrook (Anthony Vita, Daniel M. Scheraga, Michael Chambers) 18; UConn Alumni 10. 1991 Not played for. 1992 Sportsman’s Hall (Daniel W. Colhoun III, David Archambault, Anthony Vita Jr.) 11; Maryland 10. 1993 Shallowbrook (Alex Ulivi, Anthony Vita, Mark Gomez) 17; Heartbeat Chevrolet 10. 1994 Shallowbrook (Travis Scales, Alex Ulivi, William Tauber) 22; Prudential/Holbeck 17. 1995 Long Run from Saratoga (William Orthwein, Michael Zeliger, David Zeliger) 19; Shallowbrook 17. 1996 Shallowbrook (Robert J. Giordano, Travis Scales, William Tauber) 27; Yale 15. 1997 Not played for. 1998 Shallowbrook (James E. Dinger, Travis Scales, William E. Tauber) 17; Skidmore 15. 1999 Shallowbrook (Luis Galvan, Anthony Vita, Keating Willcox) 28; White Lightning 10. 2000 Shallowbrook - No results received. 2001 Yale (Liz Gaines, Jen Costin, James DeAngelis) 15; Kaufmann Team 14. 2002 Not played for. 2003 Nash Tigers (Pedro Marcos Bignoli, Alan W. Nash, Jonas Larguia) 13; Chetwood 11 at Polo Great Meadow. 2004 Nash Tigers (Alan Nash, Alejo Taranco, Jonas Larguia) 12; Chetwood 9 at Polo Great Meadow. 2005 Not played for. 2006 Golden Zebra (Gonzalo Fucci, Jose Rafael Zegers, P. Jay Fetner) 14; Nash’s Tigers 13 at Great Meadow. 2007-2015 Not played for. 2016 Aspen Valley Polo Club (Grant Ganzi, Juan Bollini Jr., Lucas Lalor) 14; Flexjet 12 at Aspen Valley Polo Club.

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1975 Farmington (Owen R. Rinehart, Robert H. Rinehart, Raymond Nicoll) 9; Gone Away Farm 5. 1976 West Hills (Joseph H. Schwartz, Richard W. Fredericks, Peter J. Daly) 16; Pond Brook Knolls 14. 1977-1979 Inclusive-Not played for. 1980 Kraml Dairy (Les Baddeley, Daniel Stevens, Kenneth W. Kraml) 12; Willow Hill 11. 1981 Shallowbrook (Richard Whitehead, William LeRoyer, Robert Stuerzebecher) 12; Owl Creek 7. 1982 Not played for. 1983 Ox Ridge (James DeAngelis, Thomas Goodspeed, Reid Graham) 22; Essex Leasing 9. 1984 Maria Teresa (J.P. Hyan, Joseph Henderson, Tony Lukashevich) 12; Malibu Stars 11. 1985 LAEC (Fred Rutherford, Alex Haagen IV, Thomas Goodspeed) 12; Ragged Edge 5. 1986 Highland (David M. Calverley, Clifford Sifton, Todd Offen) 20; Fox Den Farms 13. 1987 Cape Cod (Robert Reinhagen, Guy Gengras, Richard Whitehead) 12; Stonehenge 9. 1988 Sunset Farm (Rogelio Sada, John Waggoner, Robert Puetz) 14; Lake Run Farm 13. 1989 Joy Farm (Thomas Uskup, Bill Stevens, Dan Stevens) 22; Lakewood Acres 9. 1990 Not played for.1991 S h a l l o w b r o o k (Alex Ulivi, Anthony Vita, Kevin McBride) 23; Skidmore 10. 1992 Shallowbrook (Alex Ulivi, Anthony Vita, James McManus) 27; Glen Farm 12. 1993 Greenspring (Turney McKnight, Frederick Peterson, Peter Rizzo) 16; White Columns 7. 1994 Five-String Team (Tom Huber, Cindy Halle, Daniel Colhoun, III) 15; Greenspring 13. 1995 Clover Hill (Turney McKnight, Tom Huber, Daniel Colhoun Jr.) 12; Five-String Team 8.

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1996 Gone Away/Potomac (Greg Ford, Joseph Muldoon, III, Joseph Muldoon Jr.) 16; Heart in Hand 12. 1997 Hidden Creek (Kevin Dougherty, Carlos Maldonado, Hugo (Jose) Nunez) 10; Potomac 9. 1998 No results received. 1999 Great Meadow-No results received. 2000 Clark Construction (Robert Montgomery, John Harris, Joseph Muldoon, III) 14; Oasis 12. 2001 California Polo (Rodney Fragodt, Hector Monserrat, Domingo Questal) 13; NISYS 12. 2002 Normandy (Phillip A. Karber, Douglas A. Barnes Jr., Martin Zegers, Marcos Bignoli Jr.), Tullyroan. Coin Toss winner due to rain delay. 2003 5th Chukker (Juan Carlos Gonzalez, Daniel Tognini, Martin Maldonado, Juan Jose Basualdo) winner by forfeit; Chetwood at Polo Great Meadow. 2004-2005 Inclusive - Not played for. 2006 Golden Zebra (Gonzalo Fucci, Douglas A. Barnes Jr., P. Jay Fetner) 14; Nash Tigers 13 at Great Meadow. 2007 Golden Zebra (Gonzalo Fucci, John Olinger, P. Jay Fetner) 18; Los Tigres 15 at Great Meadow. 2008 Skyland (Juan Jaramillo, John Olinger, Roy W. Perry, III) 12; America’s Cup 11 at Great Meadow Polo Club. 2009-2014 Not played for. 2015 Guatemal One (Jorge Raul Molina, Jose Miguel Aguilar, Sebastian Aycinena) 1; Guatemala Two 0 at Las Canchas Polo Club. 2016 Caobanal 1 (Nicolas Urruela, Raul Molina, Francois Berger, Sebastian Aycinena) 11; Caobanal 2 9 at Las Canchas.


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 NATIONAL ARENA SHERMAN MEMORIAL 1934 (Eastern Division) First Division Polo Association. (Lt. W. Stephenson. Lt. Alex George, Lt. William V. McCreight). 1934 (Western Division) 122nd Field Artillery. (Lt. D.J. Rice, Lt. C. Johnson, Lt. Arnold Zimmerman). 1935 124th Field Artillery. (Capt. J.C. McAnulty, Capt. Romeo E. Mura, Capt. W.S. Everett). 1936 124th Field Artillery. (Lt. J.C. McAnulty, Capt. Livingston Ireland, Lt. C. Schuh). 1937 First Cleveland Cavalry. (Lt. W.A. Weaver, Frank Kadow, Maj. O.I. Gates). 1938 Blue Hill Farms. (Walter Hayden, Peter Hayden, Hervey Swann). 1939 Blue Hill Farms. (Walter Hayden, Peter Hayden, Hervey Swann). 1940 Blue Hill Farms. (Walter M. Jeffords Jr., Walter Hayden, Hervey Swann). 1941-1946 Inclusive-Not played for. 1947 Ramapo Freebooters. (Arthur Colledge, Hayword Headden, Walter Wood). 1948 Shamrocks. (G. Cokinis, J. Casey, Peter Connors). 1949 North Shore. (H. Christenson Jr., William Mayer, John Ryan). 1950 (Eastern Division) Squadron A. (J. Coste, Philip P. Brady, Truman Long). 1950 (Western Division) 124th Field Artillery. (H. Christenson Jr., Frederick Lutzow, Truman Wood). 1951 Ithaca. (Steve J. Roberts, John C. Lawrence, John C. Wetmore). 1952 New Jersey. (Robert Ackerman, William Westerlund, David Ellis). 1953 Farmington. (Leverett Miller, Frank Butterworth, Albert Marenholz). 1954 Huntington. (Joseph Rizzo, Vincent Rizzo, Raymond Koch). 1955 Huntington (Raymond Koch, Vincent Rizzo, Joseph Rizzo) 12; New York 11. 1956 Huntington (Abe Wagner, Raymond Koch, Vincent Rizzo) 16; Long Island Hurricanes 6. 1957 (Eastern Division) Yale (George A. Weymouth Jr., Peter Jackson, Michael Poutiatine) 9; Cornell 4. 1957 (Western Division) Tip-Top Ranch (Richard Bunn, Joseph Jiambalvo, Truman Wood) 8; Mercury 6. 1958 (Eastern Division) New Haven (Frank Butterworth, III, Frank Butterworth Jr.,

Jarrett H. Vincent) 11; Yale 6. 1958 (Western Division) Hawks (Ernest Lambesis, Joseph Kiambalvo, Paul Smithson Jr.) 8; Chiefs 5. 1959 Huntington Turtles (Joseph Schwartz, Arthur Nichols, Frank Rice) 14; Huntington Falcons 10. 1960 (Eastern Division) Long Island. (Arnold Mucine, Frank Rice, Raymond Koch) 12; Cornell 8. 1960 (Western Division) Joy Farm. (John Kruyne, Richard Manhardt, Richard Hanke) 9; Shamrocks 6. 1960 (Southeastern Division) Dollbaby. (Western Division) Joy Farm Optimists (Gene Schram, Eugene Brown, Mel Merske) 13; Broadway 9. 1960 (Southeastern Division) Brandywine (Richard Jones, Robert Connors, Norman C. Taylor) 12; Farmington 11. 1961 (Eastern Division) Fairfield (Stuart E. Feick, George C. Haas Jr., John Whittemore) 14; Squadron A 7. 1961 (Mark Cummingham, T. Halter Cunningham, Robert Rawlings) 11; Goose Creek Ramblers 5. 1962 (Northeastern) Centaurs. (Peter Dunning, David Ellis, Robert Powers) 8; Westchester 7. 1962 (Central) Joy Farm (Edward Lutz, Richard Manhardt, Donald McCarroll) 17; Ranchers 3. 1962 (Southeastern) Dollbaby (Carlos RizoPatron, Mark Cunningham, Robert Rawlings) 15; Goose Creek 9. (Pacific Coast) Santa Barbara (Ronald Tongg, Gary Wooten, Lance Reventlow) 5; Yellow Jackets 2. 1963 Brandywine (George A. Weymouth, Robert Connors, Samuel Dixon) 17; Fairfield 2. 1964 (Central) Onwentsia (Daniel Cardinal, Peter Carney, William Carney) 8; Bradley Road Bandits 5. 1964 (Northwestern) Plum Creek (E.R. Bigelow, Peter Vought, Harold Temblyn) 12; Colorado Springs 3. 1964 (Southeastern) Potomac (Rennie Eisinger, Robert P. Rawlings, Frank Wilson Jr.) 11; Belvoir 4. 1964 (Northeastern) Brookville (H. Russell Drowne, III, Theodore Shapiro, Kurt Rosche) 7; Squadron A 2. 247


2017 1964 (Pacific Coast) Yakima (Geary Steffen, William B. Wilson, Lisle M. Nixon) 6; Paradise Valley 5. 1965 (Northeastern) Patricians (George Skakel Jr., Kurt Rosche, Edward Rizzo) 11; Manhattan 4. 1965 (Northwestern) Red Rock Rangers Sr. (Hugh H. Nevins, William Mann, John Miles) 8; Camelback 7. 1965 (Central) Onwentsia (Daniel E. Cardinal Jr., William Carney, Peter R. Carney) 16; Ridge Ranch 9. 1965 (Pacific Coast) Midland (George Landreth, Reuben W. Evans, Bart Evans) 9; Scottsdale Charros 5. 1966 Midland (George H. Landreth, Reuben W. Evans, Ronald J. Hissom) 10; Colorado Springs 4. 1967 Scottsdale (Robert A. Clapp, Carl C. Ragan, William C. Dent) 9; Midland 8. 1968 Camelback (Dale Knight, Robert Dwyer, Robert Kirby) 5; San Patricio 4. 1969 New Mexico (Robert Chipman, Terry McNatt, Tom Babers) 7; Pima County 6. 1970 Circle Diamond (E.V. Higgins, Terry McNatt, Robert Chipman) 7; Tucson 4. 1971 Circle Diamond (E.V. Higgins, Terry Chipman, Tom Babers) 6; Paradise Valley 5. 1972 California (Charles Wilbourn, Geary Steffen, William H. Maybery) 2; New Mexico 1. 1973 San Patricio (Robert H. Chipman, Phelps Anderson, Edgar Little) 5; Paso del Norte 4. 1974 Paso Del Norte (George K. Lynch, Edgar M. Little, III, James R. Spurrier) 10; San Patricio 3. 1975 Meadowbrook (Joseph H. Schwartz, Richard W. Fredericks, Frank Mortimer) 9; Potomac 6. 1976-1977 Not played for. 1978 Fairlane Farms (Robert Puetz, George A. Carden Jr., John A. Kuhn) 13; Shallowbrook 7. 1979 Fox Lea Farms (Guy Gengras, Thomas Goodspeed, Zhenya Kirueshkin) 11; UCalif-Davis 9. 1980 Modesto (Richard Walton, Thomas Basmajian, David A. Basmajian) 10; UCalif-Davis 8. 1981 Not played for. 1982 Modesto (Robert G.Walton, John Madigan, Peter Young) 9; Chukker Farms 7. 1983 Sacramento (Craig Bryant, Mark Dimetre, Gifford Johnson) 10; Modesto 5.

UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 1984 Ghost Busters (Tony Lukashevich, Zhenya Kirueshkin, J.P. Hyan) 12; Maui 9. 1985 LAEC (Shea Butler, Fred Rutherford, Thomas Goodspeed) 16; Ragged Edge 10. 1986 Risky Business (Judith Baker, Dorrie Forstmann, Dennis Breen) 11; Burbank Pet 9. 1987 The Cruisers (Mark Cruse, Judith Baker, Bruce Miller) 15; Winston 7. 1988 Not played for. 1989 Yale (Charles Von Arentschildt, Robert Arnold, Steve Drabkin) 21; Twin Maples 13. 1990 Modesto (Curt Hughes, Brett Vinson, Wilbur Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ferrell) 13; Wolverine Ranch 9. 1991 Bancroft Farm (Mitch Clark, Bill Sheldon, Brian Murphy) 10; Oakdale 6. 1992 Locusts (Wally Ganzi, Caroline Anier, Rema Rainsford) 14; American Underground 12. 1993 Del Mar (Phil Napierskie, Billy Sheldon, Fernando Gutierrez) 12; Modesto 9. 1994 Del Mar Polo Club (Robert Kuzman, Marc Brutten, Dale Holmes) 11; El Casa Ranch Polo Club 8. 1995 Playa Grande (Scott Walker, Dennis Geiler, Jerome Anier) 28; Empire 19. 1996-1998 No results received. 1999 San Diego - No results received. 2000 Appnet (Douglas Barnes Jr., Adair Seager, Jose Gonzalo Ossandon) 14; Oasis 11. 2001 NISYS (Carey George Burch, Randall M. Register, Billy Sheldon) 17; Pick-Up Stix 10. 2002 Tullyroan (Melissa Riggs, Fiona E.R. Seager, Juan Salinas-Bentley, Stephen W.J. Seager) 10; Nash Tigers 5. 2003-2005 Not played for. 2006 Joy Farm (Peter Y. Alworth, Richard Warren, Megan K. Flynn-Warren) 23; Cattaneo Farms 10 at Stone Bank. 2007-2012 Not played for. 2013 Goose Creek (Maureen Brennan, Nicolas Wilde, Alejandro Vial) 13; Middleburg Polo Academy 7 at Virginia International Polo Club. 2014 Not played for. 2015 White Birch Farm (Leighton Jordan, Juan Redlich, Tomas Alberdi) 13; Equuleus 12 at Country Farms Polo Club. 2016 Pietown Javelinas (Daniel Coleman, Jared Sheldon, Zakary Coleman) 17; NYC Polo 15 at Country Farms Polo. 248


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NATIONAL ARENA AMATEUR CUP 1987 Commancheros (Bruce Miller, David Rolston, Bruce Gaither) 21; SIKD 6. 1988-1989 Inclusive-Not played for. 1990 Poway (Russell A. Sheldon, Vicki Owens, Billy Sheldon) 9; Performance Jaguar 7. 1991 American Underground (Sherry Sheldon-Rice, Billy Sheldon, Russell A. Sheldon) 12; Metro 2000 7. 1992-1994 No results - inclusive. 1995 Blue Lightning (Robert David, Louise Mayer, Jerome Anier) 8; Poway 7. 1996 No results received. 1997 California Polo Club (Scott Harris, Ronald Hayes, Ernest V. Darquea) 15; Starbuck Tisdale 7. 1998 Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club Marshall Allen, Jake Jacobson, Terry Young) 10; Stewart Title 9. 1999 Santa Barbara - Did not play. 2000 Santa Barbara - Did not play. 2001 Pick-Up Stix (Denny D. Shen, Russell A. Sheldon, Randell M. Register) 13; Poway 8. 2002 Polo Dude (Jared Sheldon, Shane Rice, Cary George Burch) 17; Playa Grande 8. 2003-2005 Not played for. 2006 Las Tortugas ( W. David Cummings, Scott Edward Morrison, Michael McLaughlin) 8; Tres Vinos 7 at Lexington Polo Club.

2007 Warfield Pink (Charles Mason Douglas Primm, Jorge Antonio Vasquez, Kathleen O. Armstrong) 11; Miller Croft 9 at Lexington Polo Club. 2008 Lexington Polo (Herndon Radcliff, Natalie Henton, Charles Mason Primm) 15; Breeches USA 13 at Lexington Polo Club. 2009 Warfield Polo (Jorge Antonio Vasquez, Zachary Aaron Davis, H. Shane Farley, Meagan Lucy Ford) 14; Molly & Crew 6 at Lexington Polo Club. 2010 Warfield Polo (Charles Mason Primm, Chad Bowman, Tannis Marley) 14; WMC 6 at Lexington Polo Club. 2011 Lexington Polo (Lauren Ashley Conners, Carter R. Carnegie, Andrew Beck) 11; Elkhorn 9 at Lexington Polo Club. 2012 Creek Ridge (Abigayle Jones, Jorge Vasquez, Joseph Gridley) 17; Nudge Hill 11 at Lexington Polo Club. 2013 Wickliffe/Creek Ridge (Jackie Bernard, Jate Bernard, Abigayle Jones, Jorge Vasquez) 12; Caldana 10 at Lexington Polo Club. 2014 Not played for. 2015 Apex (Forest Smith, Kelli Newton, Heather Perkins) 14; Central Coast 13 at Orange County Polo Club. 2016 Rancho Naranjo (Niklaus Felhaber, Fritz Felhaber, Franz Felhaber) 14; VIP Mortgage 11 at Azteca Polo Club.

NATIONAL WOMENS ARENA CHAMPIONSHIP 2016 UVA 1 (Mary Collins, Katherine Mitchem, Julia Smith) 15; Badass Polo 11 at Virginia Polo Inc.

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1922 Princeton. (Edgar H. Stabler, Alton P. Hall, William T. Fleming). 1923 Yale. (Henry Baldwin, R.L. Dean, William K. Muir). 1924 Yale. (Henry Baldwin, William K. Muir, S. Hewitt). 1925 Yale. (Henry Baldwin, A.H. Hunt, William K. Muir.) 1926 Yale. (W. Reddington Barrett, Winston F.C. Guest, William K. Muir). 1927 Not played for. 1928 Penn. Military College. (James T. Whitehurst, Charles J. Bower, Daniel N. Jones). 1929 Harvard. (Thomas Glynn, Elbridge T. Gerry, Forrester Clark). 1930 Princeton. (Leonard Firestone, John Lemp, William Post, II). 1931 Yale. (Asa Baldwin, James P. Mills, Joseph C. Rathborne). 1932 Yale. (Laurence A. Baldwin, Michael G. Phipps, James P. Mills). 1933 Princeton. (William H. Sullivan, Mahlon S. Kemmerer, Walter F. Thomas). 1934 Harvard. (William C. McGuckin, Thomas J. Davis, Fred S. Nicholas). 1935 United States Military Academy. (Cecil Combs, Howell Estes,Arthur H. Wilson Jr.) 1936 Harvard. (Elbridge Gerry, Francis S. von Stade Jr., Henry Gerry, Townsend Winmill). 1937 Cornell. (Steve J. Roberts, Clarence C. Combs Jr., Thomas Lawrence).

1938 Yale. (Alan L. Corey Jr., Collister Johnson, C. Mott Wooley Jr). 1939 United States Military Academy. (Thomas J.J. Christian Jr., William W. West, Frederick W. Boye Jr.). 1940 Princeton. (Paul Miller, Edward C. Rose Jr., Jules Romfh). 1941 Princeton. (Jules Romfh, Edward C. Rose Jr., Robert R. Osmun). 1942 Yale. (David Wilhelm, John H. Daniels, Robert Johnson). 1943-1946 Inclusive - Not played for. 1947 United States Military Academy. (George Edwards, Neil Ayer, Thomas Hoffman). 1948 University of Miami (John R. Evans, Jack Mather, Richard Knight) 1949 University of Miami (Charles Bernard Jr., Jack R. Evans, Paul Heise) 1950 University of Miami (Charles Bernard Jr., Jack R. Evans, Paul Heise) 1951 University of Miami (Charles Bernard Jr., Jack R. Evans, Paul Heise) 1952 New Mexico Military Institute (William R. Crawford, III, Rube Evans, Jack Dean) 1953 Yale (Malcolm Wallop, Leverett Miller, James A. Hannah Jr.) 1954 New Mexico Military Institute (Buzz T. Easterling, Fred Rice, Jack L. Dean) 1955 Cornell (Albert Mitchell, Camilo Saenz, Alberto Santamaria) 19; Yale 5. 1956 Cornell (Camilo Saenz, H.Fred Rice Jr., Alberto Santamaria, Mark J. Geronimus) 20; Yale 6.

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1979 UCalif-Davis (Mark Demetre, Frederick D. Walton, Tim Swickard, Orrin Connell) 16; University of Virginia 10. 1980 York University (Bruce Creber, David Offen, Clifford M. Sifton) 20; UCalifDavis 17. 1981 UCalif-Davis (Mark Demetre, Frederick D. Walton, Peter Young, Sean Cooley) 16; Cornell 12. 1982 UCalif-Davis (Thomas Johnson, Peter Young, Sean Cooley, Matt Ravien, Robert S.Kuzman) 19; University of Connecticut 11. 1983 UCalif-Davis (Sean Cooley, Peter Young, Gonzalo Santamaria, Robert S. Kuzman) 19; Cornell 12. 1984 UCalif-Davis (Robert S. Kuzman, Sean Cooley, Gonzalo Santamaria, Mark Cooley) 16; University of Connecticut 5. 1985 UCalif-Davis (August Cerdan, Norman Uzibs, Gonzalo Santamaria) 18; Colorado 11. 1986 Yale (Martin Brown, Anton Tejeda, Michael Borucke, Bayard Maybank) 12; University of Virginia 10. 1987 University of Virginia (Thomas Huber, Sebastian Carpenter, Derek Sifton, Mark Egloff) 15; Skidmore 10. 1988 University of Virginia (Thomas Huber, Dana Fortugno, Derek Sifton, James Dunlap) 20; Cornell 10. 1989 UCalif-Davis (Nicholas Hahn, Richard Mansfield, Wilbur Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ferrall, Gregory Ertl) 20; Colorado State 17. 1990 Colorado State (Christopher Blythe, Michael Sparks, Drew Romeo) 20; UCalif-Davis 19. 1991 Colorado State (Christopher Blythe, Drew Romeo, John Eicher, Daniel Haney) 17; UCalif-Davis 14. 1992 Cornell University (Pablo Pulido, Michael Zeliger, Trevor Wells, Gregory J. Wolff) 18; University of Virginia 15. 1993 University of Virginia (Whitney Chamberlain, Geoffrey Woodward, Jeremy Ragland, Carter Carnegie) 18; Cornell 17. 1994 University of Virginia (John Flournoy Jr., Geoffrey Woodward, Carter Carnegie, Gregory Daniels) 17; Cornell University 15. 1995 University of Virginia (James West, IV, Jake Flournoy, Jeremy Ragland, Amit Sharma) 19; Texas A&M 17.

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1996 Texas A&M (Kevin Coventry, Shane Coventry, Gregory Ford, Scott Chapman, Adair Seager, Douglas J. Barnes Jr.) 30; Cornell 15. 1997 Texas A&M (Scott Chapman, Kevin Coventry, Gregory Ford, Adair Seager) 27; Cornell 14. 1998 Texas A&M (Mark Coventry, Kevin Coventry, Adair Seager, Daren Tamplin) 24; University of Virginia 21. 1999 Colorado State University (Alexander Gooding, Jeffrey Embow, James R. Seward, David Olivas Jr.) 21; Texas A&M 16. 2000 Texas A&M (Stefan Banks, Craig Fraser, Mark Coventry, Joel Brockett) 20; University of Virginia 18. 2001 Texas A&M (Stefan J. Banks, Craig Fraser, Mark K. Coventry, Joel Brockett) 18; University of Virginia 16. 2002 UVA (Santiago Avellan, Stephen A. Orthwein Jr., Richard W. Hartnett Jr.) 19; Texas A&M 14. 2003 UVA (Mohammed S. Khakwani, Santiago Avellan, Richard W. Hartnett Jr., Matthew B. Dougherty) 21; Colorado State 18 at Brushy Creek. 2004 UVA (Mohammad S. Khakwani, Matthew B. Dougherty, John F. Ryan, III, Robert F. Orthwein) 21; Cornell 19 at UVA. 2005 Cornell (Brian R. Fairclough, Senter N. Johnson, Jeffrey R. Markle, Nicholas J. Grew) 21; University of Virginia 19 at Brushy Creek. 2006 Texas Tech (Ross D. Haislip, Peter James Blake, IV, Tanner Kneese, William Tyler Tankard) 18; Texas A&M 13 at Cornell.

2007 Texas A&M (Steven A. Krueger, Mason P. Wroe, Parker Redd Flannery) 18; Westmont 12 at Kentucky Horse Park. 2008 Texas A&M (Jose Jorge Aguilar, Jacob Little, Steven A. Krueger, Parker Flannery) 20; Cornell 10 at Kentucky Horse Park. 2009 University of Virginia (Joevey Beh, Mauricio Lopez, Carl B. Scherer, Strother Scott, Mauricio Diaz) 20; Texas A&M 17 at Virginia Polo Center. 2010 Texas A&M (Steve Krueger, Alex Molina, Jose Aguilar, Michael Berto) 21; University of Virginia 17 at Virginia Polo Center. 2011 University of Virginia (Carl B. Scherer, Mauricio Lopez, Todd Thurston, Felipe Viana) 28; Cornell 14 at Cornell Polo Club. 2012 University of Virginia (Carl B. Scherer, Mauricio Lopez, Austin Burdick, Todd Thurston, Felipe Viana) 23; Westmont 17 at Cornell Polo Club. 2013 Westmont College (Patrick Uretz, Tony Uretz, David Samaniego) 19; Colorado State University 16 at ERG Polo Center 2014 Westmont College (Patrick Uretz, Tony Uretz, David Samaniego, Jacob Bergman) 16; University of Virginia14 at ERG Polo Center. 2015 Colorado State University (Jered Berg, James Dodge, Alex Kokesh, Kareem Rosser, Andrew Wildermuth) 20; Texas A&M 17 at UCONN. 2016 Texas A&M (Daniel Galindo, Casey Woodfin, Christian Aycinena, Dalton Woodfin, Gideon Kotkowski) 16; University of Virginia 15 at UCONN.

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1995 Texas A&M University (Meghan Siebenaller, Kristy Waters, Rachel Redington, Abi Abel) 16; University of Connecticut 12. 1996 University of Connecticut (Kim Morgan, Meg Dinger, Alicia Wells, Susan Egan) 18; Cornell 15. 1997 University of Connecticut (Kim Morgan, Meg Dinger, Alicia Wells, Jen Freed) 17; Cornell 11. 1998 University of Connecticut (Jen Freed, Kim Morgan, Alicia Wells, Danielle Plourde, Megan Schulz) 24; Cornell 14. 1999 University of Virginia (Katie Madden, Erin Dougherty, Suzanna Lott, Courtney Blackburn)17; Cornell 13. 2000 Cornell (Heather Torrey, Melissa Riggs, Taylor McLean, Elizabeth Antczak) 22; University of Virginia 13. 2001 Cornell (Elizabeth Antczak, Melissa Riggs, Taylor McLean, Marisa Bianchi) 24; University of Virginia 11. 2002 Cornell University (Elizabeth Antczak, Taylor McLean, Melissa Riggs, Marisa Bianchi) 17; Colorado State 12. 2003 Cornell University (Marisa Bianchi, Taylor McLean, Mary C. Buck, Harriett M. Antczak, Audrey Robertson) 19; Colorado State 15 at Brushy Creek. 2004 Cornell University (Marisa Bianchi, Mary C. Buck, Harriet M. Antczak, Lindsey D. Scheer) 18; UVA 7 at UVA. 2005 University of Connecticut (Kelly J. Wisner, Meaghan K. Scanlon, Amy Wisehart, Elizabeth L. Rockwell, Dorothy Skierkowski) 17; Cornell University 15 at Brushy Creek. 2006 University of Connecticut (Amy Wisehart, Elizabeth Lawrence Rockwell, Meaghan K. Scanlon, Kelly Jean Wisner) 18; Colorado State 14 at Cornell. 2007 University of Connecticut (Megan Irene Price, Elizabeth Lawrence Rockwell, Meaghan K. Scanlon, Kelly Jean Wisner, Lindsey Price Burbank) 13; University of Virginia 11 at Kentucky Horse Park. 2008 University of Connecticut (Kelly Wisner, Elizabeth Rockwell, Elizabeth R. Wisner Lindsey Nikou Marrotte) 19; Texas Christian University 13 at Kentucky Horse Park.

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2009 University of Virginia (Leah Hall, Cristina Fernandez, Emily Dameron Sybil Greenhalgh) 19; Cornell University 17 at the Virginia Polo Center. 2010 University of Kentucky (Megan Shader, Courtney Asdourian, Cary Campbell, Posey Obrecht) 15; Texas A&M 14 at Virginia Polo Center. 2011 Cornell University (Kailey Eldredge, Ali Hoffman, Jessica Cross, Lizzy Wisner) 18; University of Virgnia 10 at Cornell Polo Club. 2012 University of Virginia (Kylie Sheehan, Julie Stein, Isabella Wolf, Vicky Friedrichs) 17; Cornell 13 at Cornell Polo Club.

2013 University of Virginia (Kylie Sheehan, Julia Stellman, Isabella Wolf, Vicky Friedrichs) 10; Cornell 9 at ERG Polo Center. 2014 University of Virginia (Julia Smith, Mary Collins, Vicky Friedrichs) 14; Cornell 12 at ERG Polo Center. 2015 Cornell (Devin Cox, Emma Eldredge, Elena Wicker, Anna Winslow) 17; University of Virginia 16 at UCONN. 2016 Cornell (Elena Wicker, Emma Eldredge, Anna Winslow, Hannah Noyes, Claire Steig) 13; Texas A&M 11 at UCONN.

OPEN NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP Cup Presented in 1928 by George C. Sherman 1928 Manlius School (Harry H. Teitel, J.C. Kehoe, G.C. Eichhorn) 1929 Berkshire-New England (Robert L. Gerry Jr., George C. Sherman Jr., Philip Iglehart) 1930 Lawrenceville School (L.Bourne Ruthrauff, Fred B. Joy, William Davey) 1931 Hun School (William G. Reynolds, William H. Sullivan, David Knott) 1932 Lawrenceville School (FrederickW. Bogert, William Davey, Fred Tompkins) 1933 Culver Military Academy (Bruce Aitkin, R.J. Rasmussen, C. Maull Jr.) 1934 Lawrenceville School (Howard Hayward, W. Jones Jr., Edward C. Rose Jr.) 1935 Lawrenceville School (Howard Hayward, Edward C. Rose Jr., Jules M. Romfh) 1936 Lawrenceville School (Walter Plaut, Edward C. Rose Jr., Jules M. Romfh, Howard Hayward) 1937 Lawrenceville School (Rathbun F. Mather, Edward C. Rose Jr., Jules M. Romfh, Howard Hayward) 1938 Lawrenceville School (H.B. Schooley Jr., Edward C. Rose Jr., Jules M. Romfh, Rathbun F. Mather, F.C. Whitney Jr., Robert R. Osmun) 1939 Lawrenceville School (Robert P. Clark Jr., Robert McConnell, Robert R. Osmun) 1940 Lawrenceville School (John Phelps, William T. Ylvisaker, Robert McConnell) 1941 Lawrenceville School (H. Phelps, William T. Ylvisaker, J. Austin) 1970 Culver Military Academy (Larry (Skip)

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 1981 Culver Military Academy (Craig R. Smythe, Danforth W. Hagler, Braddock J. Alexander) 13; DuPage County Schools 9. 1982 Culver Military Academy (Dale Schwetz, J.D. Ducanes, Woody Smythe) 12; DuPage County Schools 8. 1983 Culver Military (Dale Schwetz, Anthony P. Alexander, John Burton) 9; DuPage County Schools 4. 1984 St. Andrews (Todd Phillips, Derek Sifton, Todd Offen) 11; Culver Military 10. 1985 Culver Military (Jim Dunlap, Dale Schwetz, A.P. Alexander, Lance Royalty) 14; Bristol-Plymouth 7. 1986 Bristol-Plymouth TVA (Chris Blythe, John Gobin, Mindy Long, Margaret Hughes) 15; Moorpark 12. 1987 Toronto (Todd Phillips, Todd Offen, Doug Bolton, Richard Ehrlick) 18; Culver Military 16. 1988 Toronto (Richard Ehrlick, Todd Offen, Doug Bolton, Grant Ehrlick) 17; Culver Military 11. 1989 Culver Military (Sam Finch, Diego Ante, Whitney Chamberlin, Gavin Bowie) 16; Shallowbrook 11. 1990 Shallowbrook (Nick Hastie, Anthony Vita, Mike Landry) 21; Garrison Forest 13. 1991 Shallowbrook (Alejandro Ulivi, Anthony Vita, Mike Landry) 19; Valley Forge 18. 1992 Shallowbrook (Barry Keenan, Anthony Vita, Alex Ulivi) 22; Valley Forge 13. 1993 Santa Ynez (Elizabeth Roeser, Ronnie Hayes, Matt Laden) 19; Valley Forge 9. 1994 Valley Forge Military Academy (Sebastian Velarde, Carlos Palacios, Christopher Buckley, Israel Gutierrez) 19; Culver Military Academy 11. 1995 Shallowbrook (Jeff Blake, Travis Scales, David Wilbur) 21; Cornell 16. 1996 Shallowbrook (Travis Scales, Simon Pace, Jessica Faticanti, Danielle Plourde) 20; Garrison Forest 7. 1997 Shallowbrook (Travis Scales, Brian Loomis, Rory Torrey, Dan Rocks) 22; Valley Forge Military Academy 9. 1998 Garrison Forest (Cara Welton, Melissa Riggs, Beth Supik, Annie Buck) 20; Valley Forge 15. 1999 Poway (Shane Rice, Danika Rice, Jared Sheldon)18; Keswick 14. 2000 Eldorado (Tomas Obregon, Matias Obregon, Dawson Ludwig) 16; Poway 15. 255

2001 Poway Valley (Jared Sheldon, Shane Rice, Danika Rice) 18; Fort Worth 16. 2002 Fort Worth (Alexander M. Gleeson, William Tyler Tankard, Peter J. Blake IV) 21; Poway Valley 18. 2003 Fort Worth (Steve A. Krueger, William Tyler Tankard, Peter J. Blake IV, Finley Haislip) 23; Nor Cal 14 at Culver Academies. 2004 Fort Worth (Peter J. Blake, J. Finley Haislip, Steven A. Krueger, D. Harrison Willis) 19: Poway 12 at Brushy Creek. 2005 Eldorado (Juan J. Gonzalez, Carlos L. Galindo, Miguel A. Torres, Nicolai L. Galindo, Nicholas J. Morrison, Doug Blumenthal) 21; Toronto 19 at Cornell. 2006 Toronto (Fernando Massalin Jr., Robert M. Stenzel, Cody Offen) 25; Culver 17 at Brushy Creek Ranch. 2007 Toronto (Brendon T. Stenzel, Ryley John Begg, Robert M. Stenzel, Cody Offen) 29; Culver 5 at Brushy Creek Ranch. 2008 Toronto (Brendon T. Stenzel , Ryley John Begg, Arthur Strahl, Cody Offen) 22; Culver Academy 15 at Brushy Creek. 2009 Midland (Loretto Natividad, Victor Nunez, Russell Stimmel, Jake Stimmel) 17; Culver Academy 15 at Brushy Creek. 2010 Eldorado (Briana Galindo, Daniel Galindo, Patrick Uretz, Jesse Bray) 20; Culver 17 at Brushy Creek Ranch. 2011 Cowtown-WTR (Kareem Rosser, Brandon Rease, Daymar Rosser) 24; Baltimore Polo 17 at Virginia Polo, Inc. 2012 Cowtown-WTR (Julia Smith, Brandon Rease, Daymar Rosser) 19; Eldorado 18 at Virginia Polo, Inc. 2013 Natania (Drew Peterson, Wyatt Harlow, Kamran Pirasteh, Connor Deal) 14; Eldorado 9 at Empire Polo Club. 2014 Natania (Wyatt Harlow, Kamran Pirasteh, Calvin Milligan, Sofia Bignoli) 17; Toronto 13 at Empire Polo Club. 2015 West Shore (Benjamin J. Lynch, Tommy Huber, George Hempt, Jackson Bennett, Jack Magruder) 19; Prestoneood 8 at ERG Polo Center. 2016 Prestonwood (Vance Miller, Vaughn Miller Jr., Ronnie Puente) 13; West Shore 11 at ERG Polo Center.


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1991 Santa Ynez (Charlotte Dishman, Elizabeth Roeser, Jessica Bailey, Katherine Roeser, Michelle Lopez) 13; Garrison Forest 9. 1992 Garrison Forest (Barbara Frost, Hillary Obrecht, Holly Bank, Stefanie Gammill) 15; Shallowbrook 10. 1993 Garrison Forest (Lindsey McClees, Michele Sanger, Alicia Wells, Marta Clegg) 1; Culver Girls Academy 0. 1994 Garrison Forest (Sara Gompf, Michele Sanger, Alicia Wells, Lindsey McClees) 21; Culver Girls Academy 6. 1995 Garrison Forest (Sara Gompf, Anne Downey, Suzanna Lott, Melissa Riggs) 15; Culver 6. 1996 Garrison Forest (Anne Downey, Suzanna Lott, Melissa Riggs, Carly Busta) 18; Radnor 4. 1997 Garrison Forest (Suzanna Lott, Melissa Riggs, Carly Busta, Beth Supik) 17; Norcal 9. 1998 Garrison Forest (Beth Supik, Melissa Riggs, Annie Buck, Cara Welton) 15; Cornell 1. 1999 Cornell (Marisa Bianchi, Molly Buck, Taylor McLean)28; Culver Girls Academy 4. 2000 Culver Girls Academy (Victoria Greene, Sarah L. Bahr, Brianna Bell, Jennifer Camp, Torey Knoll) 18; Cornell 5. 2001 Garrison Forest School (Caroline Gaines, Arabella Reed Knox, Amanda Kimball, Julie Nicholson) 13; Culver Girls Academy 12. 2002 Garrison Forest School (Molly O. Muedeking, Mary Taylor, Julie Nicholson, Caroline L. Gaines, Amanda Kimball) 12; UCONN 8. 2003 Garrison Forest (Julie Nicholson, Molly O. Muedeking, Caroline Gaines, Mary Taylor, Audrey Taylor) 11; Culver Academies 9 at Culver Academies. 2004 Garrison Forest School (Cristina L. Fernandez, Mary Taylor, Lila W. Gaines, Elizabeth L. Rockwell, Erica E.M. Kratz) 11; Maryland 9 at Eldorado and Empire.

2005 Maryland (Elizabeth R. Wisner, Kelsey M. Nussenfeld, Courtney D. Asdorian, Sally C. Nussenfeld) 19; Garrison Forest 9 at Valley Forge Military Academy. 2006 Maryland (Kelsey McDonald Nussenfield, Elizabeth R. Wisner, Courtney Diana Asdourian, Caroline Emma Hanna) 20; Shallowbrook 10 at University of Connecticut. 2007 Maryland (Caroline Emma Hanna, Courtney Diana Asdourian, Kelsey McDonald Nussenfeld, Elizabeth R. Wisner) 17; Las Colinas 9 at Virginia Polo Center. 2008 Las Colinas (Stephanie K. Massey, Courtney Nicole Rosa, Molly S. Smith) 15; Maryland 14 at Cornell Polo Club. 2009 Garrison Forest (Kylie Sheehan, Posey Obrecht, Laura Dallam and Jenny Schwartz) 15; Brandywine 14 at Cornell Polo Club. 2010 Cornell (Olivia Barton, Emma Eldredge, Kailey Eldredge, Mary Hancock) 18; Shallowbrook 12 at Cornell Polo Club. 2011 Garrison Forest (Alyssa Daniels, Jenny Schwartz, Anna Winslow, Julie Stellmann, Rebecca Kowzlowski) 18; Maryland Polo 15 at Virginia Polo, Inc. 2012 Maryland (Katie Asdourian, Gail Shultz, Marissa Wells, May Collins) 18; Cornell 15 at Virginia Polo, Inc. 2013 UCONN (Leslie Field, Sara Tufts, Kathleen Moriarty, Madeline McDougall, Carly Persano) 17; Maryland 16 at University of Connecticut. 2014 Maryland ( Abigayle Grant, Madelyn Grant, Marissa Wells, Stephanie Shultz) 38; Central Coast 8 at University of Connecticut. 2015 Maryland (Abigayle Grant, Marissa Wells, Madelyn Grant, Stephanie Schultz) 22; Central Coast 7 at Empire Polo Club. 2016 Maryland (Abbie Grant, Maddie Grant, Sophie Grant, Catie Stueck) 15; Garrison Forest 8 at Empire Polo Club.

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ORCHARD HILL Left to Right: Steve Van Andel, Julian de Lusarreta, Juan Martin Nero, Facundo Pieres ORCHARD HILL Juan Martin Nero Stephen A. Van Andel Julian de Lusarreta Facundo Pieres

DUBAI Rashid Albwardy Alejo Taranco Facundo Sola Adolfo Cambiaso

VALIENTE Robert P. Jornayvaz III Santiago Torres Tomas Garcia del Rio Alfredo Capella

AUDI Gonzalo Pieres Jr. Marc C. Ganzi Rodrigo De Andrade Fred H. Mannix

FLEXJET Sebastian Merlos Melissa P. Ganzi Nicolas E. Roldan Agustin Merlos

COCA-COLA Miguel Novillo Astrada Gillian E. Johnston Julio Arellano Stuart “Sugar” Erskine

LUCCHESE Nicolas Pieres Cristian “Magoo” Laprida Guillermo “Sapo” Caset Jr. John R. Muse

WHITE BIRCH Segundo Merlos Mariano Obregon Jr. Hilario Ulloa Mariano Aguerre Peter N. Brant Joaquin Panelo

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Game 1 Lucchese (13) Flexjet (11)

Game 7 Audi (11) Flexjet (7)

Game 13 White Birch (13) Lucchese (12)

Game 2 Dubai (14) Coca-Cola (8)

Game 8 Orchard Hill (11) Lucchese (9)

Game 14 Audi (13) Valiente (6)

Game 3 Orchard Hill (12) Audi (10)

Game 9 Dubai (14) White Birch (6)

Game 15 Dubai (13) Audi (11)

Game 4 White Birch (11) Valiente (7)

Game 10 Valiente (11) Coca-Cola (7)

Game 16 Orchard Hill (9) White Birch (8)

Game 5 White Birch (11) Coca-Cola (10)

Game 11 Audi (8) Lucchese (7)

Final Game Orchard Hill (13) Dubai (12)

Game 6 Dubai (9) Valiente (6)

Game 12 Orchard Hill (14) Flexjet (8)

Most Valuable Player: Facundo Pieres Best Playing Pony: Diva Dos owned by Orchard Hill Polo Team Officials: Julian Appleby, J. Horton Schwartz III, Fergus James Gould, Hector Galindo, Sain Flera Joseph Equine Welfare Representative: Paul Wollenman 258


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 C.V. WHITNEY CUP (20-26 Goal) International Polo Club Palm Beach • Wellington, Florida February 24-March 6, 2016

ORCHARD HILL Left to Right: Polito Pieres, Steve Van Andel, Facundo Pieres, Julian de Lusarreta ORCHARD HILL Facundo Pieres Pablo “Polito” Pieres Julian de Lusarreta Benjamin Jose Avendano Stephen A. Van Andel AUDI Marc C. Ganzi Gonzalo Pieres Jr. Rodrigo De Andrade Fred H. Mannix

COCA-COLA Gillian E. Johnston Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Miguel Novillo Astrada Julio Arellano

VALIENTE I Robert P. Jornayvaz III Santiago Torres Santiago Chavanne Adolfo Cambiaso

LUCCHESE John R. Muse Cristian “Magoo” Laprida Nicolas Pieres Todd S. Thurston Guillermo “Sapo” Caset Jr.

VALIENTE II Diego Tomas Cavanagh Robert P. Jornayvaz IV Facundo Sola Tomas Garcia del Rio

Game 1 Orchard Hill (11) Valiente I (8) Game 2 White Birch (13) Valiente II (11)

Game 4 Orchard Hill (12) Lucchese (7)

Game 3 Audi (9) Coca-Cola (7)

Game 5 Audi (9) White Birch (8)

WHITE BIRCH Mariano Aguerre Peter N. Brant Hilario Ulloa Ezequiel Ferrario

Final Game Orchard Hill (11) Audi (9)

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DUBAI Left to Right: Alejo Taranco, Rashid Albwardy, Facundo Sola, Adolfo Cambiaso DUBAI Rashid Albwardy Adolfo Cambiaso Alejo Taranco Facundo Sola

FLEXJET Melissa P. Ganzi Nicolas E. Roldan Agustin Merlos Sebastian Merlos

AUDI Fred H. Mannix Gonzalo Pieres Jr. Rodrigo De Andrade Marc C. Ganzi

LUCCHESE Nicolas Pieres Cristian “Magoo” Laprida Guillermo “Sapo” Caset Jr. Todd S. Thurston John R. Muse

COCA-COLA Gillian E. Johnston Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Julio Arellano Miguel Novillo Astrada

ORCHARD HILL Hilario Ulloa Stephen A. Van Andel Pablo “Polito” Pieres Facundo Pieres Julian de Lusarreta Lucas A. Criado VALIENTE Tomas Garcia del Rio Diego Tomas Cavanagh Robert P. Jornayvaz III Santiago Chavanne WHITE BIRCH Segundo Merlos Ezequiel Ferrario Hilario Ulloa Mariano Aguerre Peter N. Brant

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Game 7 Dubai (10) Orchard Hill (7)

Game 13 Orchard Hill (12) Flexjet (9)

Game 2 Dubai (13) White Birch (7)

Game 8 Coca-Cola (11) Flexjet (9)

Game 3 Audi (10) Coca-Cola (9)

Game 9 Orchard Hill (12) White Birch (10)

Game 14 Coca-Cola (11) Lucchese (8) Game 15 Dubai (11) Coca-Cola (9)

Game 4 Orchard Hill (12) Lucchese (11)

Game 10 Dubai (11) Lucchese (6)

Game 16 Audi (12) Orchard Hill (10)

Game 5 Lucchese (10) White Birch (9)

Game 11 Flexjet (11) Audi (9)

Final Game Dubai (12) Audi (11)

Game 6 Audi (9) Valiente (7)

Game 12 Coca-Cola (12) Valiente (11)

Most Valuable Player: Facundo Sola Best Playing Pony: Flow owned by Adolfo Cambiaso Officials: J. Horton Schwartz III, George Olivas, Kevin Thomas Fawcett, Hector Galindo, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Paul Wollenman 261


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NATIONAL TWENTY GOAL® (16-20 Goal) Grand Champions Polo Club • Wellington Florida November 15-23, 2016

FLEXJET Left to Right: Jason Crowder, Melissa Ganzi, Jared Sheldon, Nicolas Roldan FLEXJET Nicolas E. Roldan Jason K. Crowder Melissa P. Ganzi Jared Sheldon

CASABLANCA Juan Bollini Jr. Grant Maxwell Ganzi Julio Arellano Jose J. Celis

AUDI Marc C. Ganzi Jeffrey W. Blake Carlos Arellano Jr. Jesse C. Bray

KG/DUTTA CORP Mubashir Kazi Kris Edward Kampsen Guillermo Aguerro Timmy Dutta Carlos Gracida Jr.

Game 1 Casablanca (12) Audi (9)

Game 2 Flexjet (10) KG/Dutta Corp (8)

Final Game Flexjet (10) Casablanca (8)

Most Valuable Player: Jared Sheldon Best Playing Pony: Rebecca owned by Santa Rita Polo Farm Officials: Darrell Victor Schwetz, J. Horton Schwartz III, Robert V. Matthews Equine Welfare Representative: Daren Tamplin 262


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NESPRESSO AMERICA CUP (16-20 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinteria, California July 29-August 7, 2016

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Left to Right: Herndon Radcliff, Lucas Criado, Joaquin Panelo, Dan Walker FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Joaquin Panelo Lucas A. Criado Robert Herndon Radcliff V Daniel Walker FMB TOO! Francisco de Navaez Henry Walker Felipe Vercellino Francisco de Narvaez

KLENTNER RANCH Facundo Obregon Jesse C. Bray Justin T. Klentner Geronimo Obregon LUCCHESE Ignacio Badiola Jeff Hall Steven A. Krueger John R. Muse

RESTORATION HARDWARE Jason K. Crowder Constancio “Costi” Caset Santiago von Wernich Benhaur Soleimani Adam Snow SD FARMS Alan Martinez Christian Giannico Cesar Polledo Sayyu Dantata

Game 1 Lucchese (11) SD Farms (7)

Game 4 FMB Too! (12) SD Farms (7)

Game 7 Klentner Ranch (13) Lucchese (8)

Game 2 Farmers & Merchants Bank (12) Restoration Hardware (11)

Game 5 Farmers & Merchants Bank (12) Lucchese (5)

Game 8 Restoration Hardware (11) SD Farms (8)

Game 3 Klentner Ranch (12) FMB Too! (9)

Game 6 Restoration Hardware (11) Klentner Ranch (9)

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Most Valuable Player: Lucas A. Criado Best Playing Pony: Paba owned by Lucas A. Criado Officials: Julian Appleby, Fergus James Gould, Darrell Victor Schwetz Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall, DVM 264


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MONTY WATERBURY (16-20 Goal) Greenwich Polo Club • Greenwich, Connecticut June 5-19, 2016

WHITE BIRCH Left to Right: Hilario Ulloa, Peter Brant, Mariano Aguerre, Santino Magrini WHITE BIRCH Hilario Ulloa Santino Magrini Mariano Aguerre Peter N. Brant

BELUGA Salvador Ulloa Christopher M. Brant Juan Ignacio Taverna Thomas J. Biddle Jr.

AIRSTREAM Peter Orthwein Guillermo Agustin Aguero Matias G. Magrini Kris Edward Kampsen

GOOSE CREEK Marcos Garcia Del Rio Tomas Garcia del Rio Mariano Gonzalez Maureen C. Brennan POSTAGE STAMP FARM Nicholas Manifold Brandon Phillips Joao Paulo Ganon Annabelle Gundlach

Game 1 Goose Creek (12) Beluga (10)

Game 4 White Birch (12) Beluga (6)

Game 7 Goose Creek (16) Postage Stamp Farm (13)

Game 2 White Birch (13) Postage Stamp Farm (10)

Game 5 Airstream (15) Postage Stamp Farm (13)

Game 8 Airstream (11) Beluga (9)

Game 3 Goose Creek (13) Airstream (9)

Game 6 White Birch (9) Goose Creek (8)

Game 9 White Birch (12) Airstream (6)

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Game 10 Postage Stamp Farm (13) Beluga (12)

Final Game White Birch (11) Goose Creek (9)

Most Valuable Player: Tomas Garcia del Rio Best Playing Pony: Karen owned by Hilario Ulloa Officials: J. Horton Schwartz III, Darrell Victor Schwetz, Cristian Sebastian Vasquez Equine Welfare Representative: Leighton Jordan 266


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BUTLER HANDICAP (16-20 Goal) Greenwich Polo Club • Greenwich, Connecticut June 26-July 10, 2016

WHITE BIRCH Left to Right: Santino Magrini, Peter Brant, Hilario Ulloa, Mariano Aguerre WHITE BIRCH Hilario Ulloa Mariano Aguerre Peter N. Brant Santino Magrini

NORTHWOOD Tomas Garcia del Rio Gonzalo Garcia Del Rio Mariano Gonzalez Louis Moore Bacon

AIRSTREAM Benjamin Avendano Guillermo Agustin Aguero Matias G. Magrini Kris Edward Kampsen

POSTAGE STAMP FARM Annabelle Gundlach Nicholas Manifold Brandon Phillips Joao Paulo Ganon

Game 1 White Birch (14) Tupungato (11)

Game 4 Airstream (14) Tupungato (11)

Game 7 White Birch (9) Airstream (7)

Game 2 Airstream (14) Postage Stamp Farm (6)

Game 5 Tupungato (10) Postage Stamp Farm (9)

Game 8 Northwood (13) Tupungato (12)

Game 3 Northwood (14) Postage Stamp Farm (12)

Game 6 White Birch (8) Northwood (4)

Game 9 Northwood (13) Airstream (11)

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Game 10 White Birch (14) Postage Stamp Farm (11)

Final Game White Birch (11) Northwood (9)

Most Valuable Player: Hilario Ulloa Best Playing Pony: Machitos Lituania owned by Mariano Aguerre Officials: J. Horton Schwartz III, Darrell Victor Schwetz, Cristian Sebastian Vasquez Equine Welfare Representative: Leighton Jordan 268


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTH AMERICAN CUP® (16-20 Goal) Grand Champions Polo Club • Wellington, Florida November 6-13, 2016

FLEXJET Left to Right: Grant Ganzi, Jared Sheldon, Nicolas Roldan, Jason Crowder FLEXJET Jason K. Crowder Nicolas E. Roldan Jared Sheldon Grant Maxwell Ganzi Santos Bollini

CASABLANCA Juan Bollini Jr. Eugene Goldstein Jose J. Celis Julio Arellano DUTTA CORP Guillermo Aguerro Kris Edward Kampsen Timmy Dutta Carlos Gracida Jr.

AUDI Jesse C. Bray Carlos Arellano Jr. Jeffrey W. Blake Marc C. Ganzi Game 1 Audi (9) Dutta Corp (8)

Game 3 Casablanca (12) Dutta Corp (6)

Game 2 Flexjet (12) Casablanca (11)

Final Game Flexjet (11) Audi (9)

Most Valuable Player: Nicolas E. Roldan Best Playing Pony: Narnia owned by Santa Rita Polo Farm Officials: Darrell Victor Schwetz, Robert V. Matthews, J. Horton Schwartz III Equine Welfare Representative: Daren Tamplin 269


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® MASERATI SILVER CUP® (16-20 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinteria, California July 15-24, 2016

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Left to Right: Herndon Radcliff, Lucas Criado, Joaquin Panelo, Dan Walker FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Joaquin Panelo Lucas A. Criado Robert Herndon Radcliff V Daniel Walker

KLENTNER RANCH Jesse C. Bray Justin T. Klentner Geronimo Obregon Facundo Obregon

FMB TOO! Francisco de Navaez Felipe Vercellino Henry Walker Paco De Narvaez Game 1 Lucchese (11) Restoration Hardware (6)

Game 4 Farmers & Merchants Bank (14) Klentner Ranch (11)

Game 2 Klentner Ranch (12) FMB Too! (8) Game 3 FMB Too! (10) Restoration Hardware (6)

Game 5 Farmers & Merchants Bank (10) Lucchese (9) Game 6 Farmers & Merchants Bank (14) FMB Too! (11)

LUCCHESE Ignacio Badiola Jeff Hall Steven A. Krueger John R. Muse RESTORATION HARDWARE Constancio “Costi” Caset Jason K. Crowder Benhaur Soleimani Adam Snow Game 7 Lucchese (11) Klentner Ranch (7) Final Game Farmers & Merchants Bank (10) Lucchese (7)

Most Valuable Player: Daniel Walker Best Playing Pony: Paba owned by Lucas A. Criado Officials: Matias Baibiene, Fergus James Gould, Brent Mirikitani, Julian Appleby Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall, DVM 270


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CHAIRMAN’S CUP (8-12 Goal) Myopia Polo Club • South Hamliton, Massachusetts July 15-24, 2016

DEL RANCHO/BLACK OAK Left to Right: David Strouss, Johann Colloredo-Mansfield, Felipe Viana, CB Scherer DEL RANCHO/BLACK OAK David C. Strouss Carl Bradley “CB” Scherer Felipe Hector Viana Johann Colloredo-Mansfield CHANTICLEAR/PONY UP Barrett W. Coke Marcos Onetto Francisco Eddy Richard H. Salter

LONGMEADOW/ FETLOCK FUTURES Kimberly A. Maguire Kurt Miller Facundo Retamar Michael Noll Federico Scopsi Wulff

STAGE HILL Matthew Roque Steven Perry Rudolph Amanda Roberts Gustavo Usandizaga Fernando Talavera

Game 5 Chanticlear/Pony Up (11) Stage Hill (9)

Game 1 Del Rancho/Black Oak (11) Chanticlear/Pony Up (10)

Game 3 Del Rancho/Black Oak (9) Stage Hill (7)

Game 2 Longmeadow/Fetlock Futures (9) Stage Hill (8)

Game 4 Del Rancho/Black Oak (11) Longmeadow/Fetlock Futures (10)

Game 6 Stage Hill (8) Longmeadow/Fetlock Futures (7) Final Game Del Rancho/Black Oak (11) Chanticlear/Pony Up (8)

Most Valuable Player: Felipe Hector Viana Best Playing Pony: Fanta owned by Marcos Onetto Officials: Sain Flera Joseph, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Federico Scopsi Wulff Equine Welfare Representative: Kim Maguire 271


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® WESTERN CHALLENGE (12-16 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas October 14-22, 2016

ERG Left to Right: Duilio Diaz, Michel Dorignac, Scott Wood, Mike Azzaro, Harrison Azzaro ERG Scott Y. Wood Duilio Alberto Diaz Michel Dorignac Michael Vincent Azzaro Harrison Azzaro

GHURKA Christopher Nevins Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Drew Thomas Luplow Fred Fox Benton III

TONKAWA Jeffery D. Hildebrand Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Matthew Anthony Coppola Steven A. Krueger

EUREKA Jeff Hall Rene O. Campos Jose Alejandro Barrientos Jorge Cernadas

PEGASUS Joe Wayne Barry Mason P. Wroe Nicholas D. Cifuni David Andras

WHITEHALL RANCH Facundo Obregon Wesley Bryan Miguel Angel Torres Jr. William H. Lane Jr.

Game 1 Whitehall Ranch (8) Pegasus (7)

Game 4 ERG (0) Ghurka (0) Forfeit

Game 6 Tonkawa (11) Whitehall Ranch (7)

Game 2 Eureka (8) Pegasus (5)

Game 5 ERG (16) Eureka (9)

Final Game ERG (10) Tonkawa (6)

Game 3 Tonkawa (13) Ghurka (8) Most Valuable Player: Michel Dorignac Best Playing Pony: Ganja owned by Matthew Coppola Officials: Fergus James Gould, Shane Justin Rice, Facundo Obregon Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Danny Dutton 272


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 REGIONAL CLASSIC-SOUTHWESTERN (10-14 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas May 27-June 5, 2016

ERG Left to Right: Scott Wood, Duilo Diaz, Michel Dorignac, Mike Azzaro ERG Michael Vincent Azzaro Scott Y. Wood Duilio Alberto Diaz Michel Dorignac

FAIRPLAY Alejandro Vial Esther Kane Chad Jeffrey Bowman Jose Rafael Zegers

TONKAWA Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Matthew Anthony Coppola Jeffery D. Hildebrand James R. Seward

BTA Steven A. Krueger Ulysses E. Escapite Shane Justin Rice Kelly S. Beal

GHURKA Drew Thomas Luplow Christopher Nevins Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Fred Fox Benton III

WHITEHALL RANCH Facundo Obregon William H. Lane Jr. Wesley Bryan Miguel Angel Torres Jr.

EUREKA Jeff Hall Jorge Cernadas Rene O. Campos Juan Bautista Panzillo

PEGASUS Joe Wayne Barry David Andras Nicholas D. Cifuni Mason P. Wroe

Game 1 Pegasus (6) Whitehall Ranch (5)

Game 3 ERG (14) BTA (13)

Game 5 Ghurka (7) Pegasus (6)

Game 2 Ghurka (13) Eureka (12)

Game 4 Tonkawa (10) Fairplay (6)

Game 6 BTA (10) Fairplay (5)

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Game 7 Eureka (11) Whitehall Ranch (6)

Game 8 ERG (12) Tonkawa (9)

Final Game ERG (13) Ghurka (8)

Most Valuable Player: Michel Dorignac Best Playing Pony: Luna owned by Sugar Erskine Officials: Hector Galindo, Kimo Huddleston Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Danny Dutton 274


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 H. BEN TAUB MEMORIAL (12 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas October 5-12, 2016

TONKAWA Left to Right: Jeff Hildebrand, Steve Krueger, Matt Coppola, Tommy Biddle TONKAWA Jeffery D. Hildebrand Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Matthew Anthony Coppola Steven A. Krueger

EUREKA Jorge Cernadas Jeff Hall Jose Alejandro Barrientos Rene O. Campos

PEGASUS David Andras Nicholas D. Cifuni Joe Wayne Barry Mason P. Wroe

ERG Duilio Alberto Diaz Michel Dorignac Michael Vincent Azzaro Scott Y. Wood

GHURKA Drew Thomas Luplow Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Fred Fox Benton III Christopher Nevins

WHITEHALL RANCH Facundo Obregon William H. Lane Jr. Wesley Bryan Miguel Angel Torres Jr.

Game 1 Pegasus (8) Ghurka (5)

Game 4 Tonkawa (9) ERG (6)

Game 7 Tonkawa (9) Pegasus (7)

Game 2 Tonkawa (14) Whitehall Ranch (7)

Game 5 Pegasus (10) Eureka (7)

Game 8 ERG (10) Ghurka (9)

Game 3 ERG (12) Eureka (7)

Game 6 Whitehall Ranch (13) Ghurka (6)

Game 9 ERG (10) Whitehall Ranch (9)

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® Final Game Tonkawa (6) Pegasus (5)

Most Valuable Player: Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Best Playing Pony: Basil owned by Mason Wroe Officials: Fergus James Gould, Hector Galindo Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Danny Dutton 276


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NATIONAL EIGHT GOAL (8 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas Septmeber 29-October 26, 2016

BTA Left to Right: Kelly Beal, Jimmy Seward, Shane Rice, Chrys Beal BTA Shane Justin Rice Kelly S. Beal Chrys D. Beal James R. Seward

KANTHAKA Vasco Phagouape KC Krueger Philip Kampshoff Steven A. Krueger

7 BAR/PROPAGANDA Paul W. Hobby Nicholas D. Cifuni Mason P. Wroe Jeffrey Robert Wood

LOCKTON/ROCKING P Hernan Tejera Grayson Price Marcos Villanueva Facundo Obregon Charles Littleton Fridge III

Game 1 BTA (10) Kanthaka (6)

Game 3 BTA (10) 7 Bar/Propaganda (6)

Game 2 Lockton/Rocking P (7) 7 Bar/Propaganda (5)

Game 4 Lockton/Rocking P (13) Kanthaka (10)

Final Game BTA (9) Lockton/Rocking P (8)

Most Valuable Player: James R. Seward Best Playing Pony: Roman owned by Marcos Villanueva Officials: Hamish Bray, Hector Galindo Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Danny Dutton 277


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® DELEGATE’S CUP (4-8 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas May 11-21, 2016

7 BAR W/ROCKING P Left to Right: Marcos Villanueva, Nick Cifuni, Sheila Lequerica, Carl Price, Courtney Price 7 BAR W/ROCKING P Carl J. Price Nicholas D. Cifuni Marcos Villanueva Courtney Price Sheila Hille Lequerica

BTA 2 Miguel Silvestre James R. Seward Cody Woodfin Kelly S. Beal

KANTHAKA/ PROPAGANDA Paul W. Hobby Mason P. Wroe Philip Kamshoff Vasco Phagouape LOCKTON Hernan Tejera Steven A. Krueger KC Krueger Charles Littleton Fridge III

BTA 1/BROWN BEARS Chrys D. Beal Shane Justin Rice Will Brown Luis Echezarreta Game 1 Lockton (9) BTA 2 (8)

Game 4 BTA 2 (6) Kanthaka/Propaganda (5)

Game 7 7 Bar W/Rocking P (8) Lockton (7)

Game 2 7 Bar W/Rocking P (10) Kanthaka/Propaganda (5)

Game 5 BTA 1/Brown Bears (8) 7 Bar W/Rocking P (6)

Final Game 7 Bar W/Rocking P (7) BTA 2 (5)

Game 3 Lockton (7) BTA 1/Brown Bears (5)

Game 6 BTA 2 (9) BTA 1/Brown Bears (6) Most Valuable Player: Kelly S. Beal Best Playing Pony: Lady Luck owned by Nick Cifuni Officials: Hamish Bray, Fergus James Gould Equine Welfare Representative:Dr. Danny Dutton 278


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NATIONAL COPPER CUP® (8-12 Goal) Aiken Polo Club • Aiken, South Carolina September 23-October 9, 2016

BENDABOUT Left to Right: Hope Arellano, Gillian Johnston, Del Walton, Julio Arellano BENDABOUT Delmer Carroll Walton Hope Faustina Arellano Julio Arellano Gillian E. Johnston CRESTVIEW GENETICS Hugo P.E. Lloret Joaquin Panelo Pablo Pedro Manion Alan Meeker Game 1 SD Farms (10) Skaneateles (7) Game 2 Crestview Genetics (13) LBL Polo (8)

KENNY RAY PERSONAL FITNESS Antonio Galvan Barbara G. Uskup Gabriel S. Crespo Owen R. Rinehart LBL POLO Jesus Eloy Escapite Ulysses E. Escapite I. Thomas Uskup Alison Patricelli Game 4 LBL Polo (11) Kenny Ray Personal Fitness (7) Game 5 SD Farms (14) Bendabout (12)

SD FARMS Sayyu Dantata Anthony Vita Bautista Micheletti Cesar Polledo SKANEATELES Geronimo Obregon Martin S. Cregg Cesar Jimenez Mariano Obregon Jr. Game 7 Crestview Genetics (12) Bendabout (11) Game 8 Skaneateles (16) Kenny Ray Personal Fitness (14)

Game 3 Bendabout (16) Game 6 Final Game Kenny Ray Personal Crestview Genetics (10) Bendabout (10) Fitness (10) Skaneateles (6) Crestview Genetics (9) Most Valuable Player: Delmer Carroll Walton Best Playing Pony: Rubia owned by Hugo Lloret Officials: Luis F. Galvan, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Cissie Snow 279


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NATIONAL INTER-CIRCUIT CHAMPIONSHIP (8-12 Goal) Sarasota Polo Club • Sarasota, Florida March 20-April 3, 2016

HILLCROFT FARM Left to Right: James Miller, Marcos Bignoli, Tommy Collingwood, Herndon Radcliff HILLCROFT FARM Marcos Mateo Bignoli Jr. Tomas Collingwood Robert Herndon Radcliff V James Mather Miller

THE VILLAGES POLO James Mirikitani Peter von Gontard Jr. Francisco Bilbao Paige Marsden McCabe

THE VILLAGES James H. Parr Joshua Lee Shelton Alan Martinez Eddy Roberto Martinez

TITO’S James Puelicher Uihlein Neil C. Osburg Joe Wayne Barry Shane Justin Rice WILDCAT Jason K. Crowder Ryan Gilbertson Nicholas C. Johnson Steven A. Krueger

Game 1 Hillcroft Farm (11) The Villages Polo (10)

Game 4 The Villages Polo (12) Wildcat (10)

Game 7 Wildcat (10) The Villages (9)

Game 2 Wildcat (13) Tito’s (8)

Game 5 Hillcroft Farm (11) The Villages (7)

Game 8 The Villages (10) Tito’s (8)

Game 3 Hillcroft Farm (6) Tito’s (5)

Game 6 Final Game The Villages Polo (7) Hillcroft Farm (13) Tito’s (6) The Villages Polo (12) Most Valuable Player: Marcos Mateo Bignoli Jr. Best Playing Pony: Kayla owned by Francisco Bilbao Officials: Shane Justin Rice, Luis F. Galvan, Stuart I. Campbell Equine Welfare Representative: Trey Schott 280


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BRONZE TROPHY® (8-12 Goal) New Bridge Polo Club • Aiken, South Carolina October 1-15, 2016

CRESTVIEW GENETICS Left to Right: Joaquin Panelo, Alan Meeker, Pedro Manion, Hugo Lloret CRESTVIEW GENETICS D. Alan Meeker Pablo Pedro Manion Hugo P.E. Lloret Joaquin Panelo

SD FARMS Cesar Polledo Sayyu Dantata Richard W. Hartnett Jr. Richard W. Hartnett

FOXDALE EQUINE Alan Martinez Eddy Roberto Martinez Matt Sekera Hugh S. Worsham

SKANEATELES Martin S. Cregg Geronimo Obregon Cesar Jimenez Mariano Obregon Jr.

Game 1 SD Farms (9) Skaneateles (8) Game 2 Crestview Genetics (11) Foxdale Equine (9)

Game 4 SD Farms (9) Foxdale Equine (8)

Game 6 Skaneateles (13) Foxdale Equine (10)

Game 3 Crestview Genetics (9) Skaneateles (8)

Game 5 Crestview Genetics (12) SD Farms (10)

Final Game Crestview Genetics (11) SD Farms (5)

Most Valuable Player: Hugo P.E. Lloret Best Playing Pony: Maruca owned by Crestview Genetics Officials: Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Brent Mirikitani, Chad Kraml Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Brown 281


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® REGIONAL PRESIDENT’S CUP (4-8 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas September 27-October 15, 2016

7 BAR W/LOCKTON Left to Right: Mason Wroe, Hernan Tejera, Charles Fridge, Shelia Lequerica 7 BAR W/LOCKTON Mason P. Wroe Charles Littleton Fridge III Hernan Tejera Sheila Hille Lequerica

BTA 2/KANTHAKA James R. Seward Philip Kampshoff Vasco Phagouape Kelly S. Beal

BTA 1/ROCKING P Grayson Price Chrys D. Beal Shane Justin Rice Carl J. Price Marcos Villanueva

PROPAGANGA Paul W. Hobby KC Krueger Steven A. Krueger Nicholas D. Cifuni

Game 1 BTA 1/Rocking P (9) Propaganga (7) Game 2 7 Bar W/Lockton (9) BTA 2/Kanthaka (8)

Game 4 BTA 1/Rocking P (11) 7 Bar W/Lockton (6)

Game 3 Propaganga (7) BTA 2/Kanthaka (4)

Game 5 BTA 1/Rocking P (7) BTA 2/Kanthaka (6)

Game 6 7 Bar W/Lockton (9) Propaganga (8)

Final Game 7 Bar W/Lockton (10) BTA 1/Rocking P (6) Most Valuable Player: Mason Wroe Best Playing Pony: Rocco owned by Mason Wroe Officials: Hector Galindo, Hamish Bray Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Danny Dutton 282


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 REGIONAL PRESIDENT’S CUP (4-8 Goal) New Bridge Polo Club • Aiken, South Carolina October 1-15, 2016

STARFISH/HUTCHINSON FARMS Left to Right: Charlie Hutchinson, Cecelia Cochran, Marcos Onetto, Jason Wates STARFISH/ HUTCHINSON FARMS Jason Wates Marcos Onetto Cecelia G. Cochran Charles E. Hutchinson V

BODEGA GRATIA Marvin L. Slosman Hugo P.E. Lloret Pablo Pedro Manion John A. Mangin III

KARNA Gillian E. Johnston Hope Faustina Arellano Agustin Murphy Arellano Delmer Carroll Walton Richard W. Hartnett Jr.

BLACKBERG RANCH Connor K. Deal Robert Berg Derek Joseph Berg Horacio Onetto Engelberto Maldonado

FOXDALE EQUINE Kegan Walsh Eddy Roberto Martinez Hugh S. Worsham Johnny Alvarez-Belen Kylie Laura Sheehan

LBL/LAS VINAS Dennys Antonio Santana Jesus Eloy Escapite Stacie Simpkins Alison Patricelli

Game 1 LBL/Las Vinas (11) Bodega Gratia (7)

Game 3 Starfish/Hutchinson Farms (10) Foxdale Equine (2)

Game 5 LBL/Las Vinas (11) Foxdale Equine (6)

Game 2 Blackberg Ranch (13) Foxdale Equine (11)

Game 4 Karna (10) Blackberg Ranch (6)

Game 6 Starfish/Hutchinson Farms (11) Karna (7)

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Game 7 Blackberg Ranch (16) Bodega Gratia (8) Game 8 Karna (11) LBL/Las Vinas (6)

Game 9 Starfish/Hutchinson Farms (10) Bodega Gratia (8) Game 10 Starfish/Hutchinson Farms (10) LBL/Las Vinas (9)

Game 11 Karna (14) Blackberg Ranch (7) Final Game Starfish/Hutchinson Farms (9) Karna (8

Most Valuable Player: Jason Wates Best Playing Pony: Mozzerella owned by Marcos Onetto Officials: Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Chad Kraml, Omar O. Cepeda Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Brown 284


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 REGIONAL PRESIDENT’S CUP (4-8 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinteria, California September 22-October 2, 2016

KLENTNER RANCH Left to Right: Jake Klentner, Dayelle Fargey, Jesse Bray, Justin Klentner KLENTNER RANCH Jacob Klentner Jesse C. Bray Dayelle Elise Fargey Justin T. Klentner

GIPSY FARMS /FMB 7 Paige W. Beard Charlie Walker Joseph Henderson Warwick Prendiville

FILM FINANCES 8 Charles Rhett Merrill Martin Donovan Leigh Brecheen Patrick M. Uretz

LUCCHESE Conrad Kissling John R. Muse Trevor Steele Niznik Santiago Scopsi Wulff

Game 1 Klentner Ranch (11) Lucchese (10) Game 2 Film Finances 8 (9) Gipsy Farms/FMB 7 (4)

Game 4 Lucchese (10) Gipsy Farms/FMB 7 (6)

Game 6 Lucchese (10) Film Finances 8 (8)

Game 3 Klentner Ranch (9) Film Finances 8 (8)

Game 5 Klentner Ranch (10) Gipsy Farms/FMB 7 (7)

Final Game Klentner Ranch (10) Lucchese (9)

Most Valuable Player: Jesse C. Bray Best Playing Pony: Lorelei owned by Dan Horn Officials: Brent Mirikitani, Kimo Huddleston, John Richard Westley Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Josh Hall 285


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® U.S. OPEN WOMEN’S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP™ Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas November 1-6, 2016

ROCKING P LOCKTON Left to Right: Courtney Price, Athena Malin, Kristy Outhier, Hazel Jackson, Sarah Wiseman ROCKING P LOCKTON Athena H. Malin Courtney Price Sarah Wiseman Hazel Jackson Kristy Waters Outhier

LA MARIPOSA USA Jolie L. Liston Claire Brougham Maria Bellande Anja Christina Jacobs

PLANK COMPANIES Kendall Rae Plank Dayelle Elise Fargey Ines Lalor Bengolea Caroline Anier

LAND ROVER Tiamo Hudspeth Lauren Mikalia Biddle Clara Cassino Seppe Erica Gandomcar-Sachs

SAN SABA Melissa P. Ganzi Dawn M. Jones Clarissa Echezarreta Sunset Hale

Game 1 Land Rover (10) La Mariposa USA (4)

Game 4 San Saba (3) La Mariposa USA (1)

Game 7 San Saba (5) BTA (4)

Game 2 Rocking P Lockton (9) San Saba (4)

Game 5 San Saba (3) Plank Companies (0)

Game 8 Rocking P Lockton (7) Land Rover (2)

Game 3 BTA (4) Plank Companies (3)

Game 6 Plank Companies (4) La Mariposa USA (1)

Final Game Rocking P Lockton (9) San Saba (2)

BTA Chrys D. Beal KC Krueger Sol Lopez Llames Lia Salvo

Most Valuable Player: Hazel Jackson Best Playing Pony: London owned by Carl Price Officials: Fergus James Gould , Hector Galindo Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Danny Dutton 286


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 U.S. OPEN WOMEN’S HANDICAP Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas November 9-12, 2016

MY TABLE/RIVEROAKS.COM Left to Right: Lia Salvo, Carolyn Stimmel, Courtney Price, Grace Mudra MYTABLE/ RIVEROAKS.COM Courtney Price Lia Salvo Carolyn M. Stimmel Grace Mudra BEARSDEN Carol Farnsworth Tiamo Hudspeth Beverly Greenwood Erica Gandomcar-Sachs

Game 1 Jet Linx (8) St. Regis (1) Game 2 Herk’s Store & Grill (5) Bearsden (3)

HERK’S STORE & GRILL Kendall Rae Plank Wendy Stover Hazel Jackson Susan Wise Tabitha LeClair Orthwein JET LINX Carin Morgan Middleton Claire Brougham Jana Conkwright Sheila Hille Lequerica Game 3 Mytable/Riveroaks.com (13) Ker & Downey (5) Game 4 Mytable/Riveroaks.com (6) St. Regis (5)

KER & DOWNEY Clara Cassino Seppe Kristine Rene Dalton Meghan Elizabeth Flynn Elle Seynold ST. REGIS Meehan K. Shirey Maria Kate Hartley Ph.D Sarah Prinsloo Kristy Waters Outhier

Game 5 Herk’s Store & Grill (7) Jet Linx (6) Final Game Mytable/Riveroaks.com (6) Herk’s Store & Grill (5)

Most Valuable Player: Lia Salvo Best Playing Pony: Thing 2 owned by Billy Mudra Officials: Fergus James Gould , Hector Galindo Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Danny Dutton 287


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP Myopia Polo Club • Hamliton, Massachusetts September 1-4, 2016

ZONE 3 Left to Right: Benji Daniels, Justin Daniels, Nico Escobar, Matias Gonzalez ZONE 3 Benjamin George Daniels Lucas Escobar Diego Gonzalez Nicolas Escobar Justin Eckbo Daniels

ZONE 2 Jack McLean Carlos Font Harry R. Caldwell Andrew Beck

ZONE 1 Denilson Rolando Puente Conrad Kissling Sloan Stefanakis Jacob Klentner

ZONE 4 George Jacob Hempt John Patrick Vasquez Thomas J. Huber Jr. Barrett Coke

Game 1 Zone 3 (8) Zone 4 (6)

Game 3 Zone 4 (8) Zone 2 (3)

Game 2 Zone 1 (7) Zone 2 (4)

Final Game Zone 3 (7) Zone 1 (5)

Most Valuable Player: Nicolas Escobar Best Playing Pony: Coki owned by Nicolas Escobar Officials: Sain Flera Joseph, Juan J. Boote, Alejandro M. Roldan Equine Welfare Representative: Kim Maguire 288


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 U.S. OPEN ARENA POLO CHAMPIONSHIP® (18 Goal) Country Farms Polo Club • Medford, New York July 26-30, 2016

NYC POLO Left to Right: Sam Ramirez, Matias Magrini, Jared Sheldon EQUUELEUS Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Cristian “Magoo” Laprida Joe A. DiMenna

MILLER & MILLER/ DON ERCOLE Santino Magrini Torito Ruiz Juan Zubia

Game 1 Cedar Croft Farms (12) NYC Polo (11)

Game 3 Cedar Croft Farms (14) Miller & Miller/Don Ercole (10)

Final Game NYC Polo (17) Cedar Croft Farms (15)

Game 2 Miller & Miller/Don Ercole (14) Equueleus (13)

Game 4 NYC Polo (13) Equueleus (11)

NYC POLO Matias G. Magrini Jared Sheldon Samuel A. Ramirez Jr. CEDAR CROFT FARMS Felipe Hector Viana Robert Ceparano Kris Edward Kampsen

Most Valuable Player: Jared Sheldon Best Playing Pony: Tatero owned by Sam Ramirez Officials: Horton Schwartz, Ronnie Hayes, Steve F. Lane Equine Welfare Representative: Debra Napp 289


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® UNITED STATES ARENA HANDICAP (18 Goal) Country Farms Polo Club • Medford, New York July 30, 2016

EQUULEUS Left to Right: Magoo Laprida, Tommy Biddle, Joe DiMenna MILLER & MILLER / DON ERCOLE Martin Zubia Victorino “Torito” Ruiz Santino Magrini

EQUULEUS Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Cristian “Magoo” Laprida Joe A. DiMenna

Final Game Equuleus (17) Miller & Miller /Don Ercole (15)

Most Valuable Player: Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Best Playing Pony: India owned by Magoo Laprida Officials: J. Horton Schwartz III, Ronnie Hayes, Steve F. Lane Equine Welfare Representative: Debra Napp 290


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 UNITED STATES ARENA CHAIRMAN’S (9-12 Goal) Aspen Valley Polo Club • Carbondale, Colorado September 16-18, 2016

ASPEN VALLEY POLO CLUB Left to Right: Juan Bollini Jr., Grant Ganzi, Lucas Lalor ASPEN VALLEY Lucas Lalor Juan Bollini Jr. Grant Maxwell Ganzi

FLEXJET Juan Bollini Melissa P. Ganzi Carlos Gracida Jr.

LA KARINA Daren E. Tamplin Julio Novillo Astrada Ailsa Currier

AUDI Hilario Figueras Nicolas E. Roldan Marc C. Ganzi

GRAND CHAMPIONS Santos Merlos Agustin Merlos William Jacobs Olivia Merlos

SOPRIS MT. RANCH Tomas Pieres Segundo Merlos Stewart L. Armstrong

Game 1 Aspen Valley (12) La Karina (2)

Game 4 Audi (8) Grand Champions (4)

Game 6 Flexjet (5) Audi (3)

Game 2 Sopris Mt. Ranch (5) La Karina (3)

Game 5 Flexjet (6) Grand Champions (2)

Final Game Aspen Valley (14) Flexjet (12)

Game 3 Aspen Valley (5) Sopris Mt. Ranch (3) Most Valuable Player: Lucas Lalor Best Playing Pony: Open Quarzo owned by Halo Polo Officials: Sebastian Dawnay, Darrell Victor Schwetz Equine Welfare Representative: Daren Tamplin 291


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NATIONAL ARENA DELEGATES CUP (6-9 Goal) Las Canchas Polo Club • Guatemala October 6-9, 2016

CAOBANAL 1 Left to Right: Nicolas Urruela, Raul Molina, Francois Berger, Sebastian Aycinena CAOBANAL 1 Francois Berger Sebastian Aycinena Nicolas Urruela Raul Molina

LA LOMA 1 Jorge Molina Jose Belranena Henry Green LA LOMA 2 William Grajeda Raul Molina Javier Plocharski

CAOBANAL 2 Manfredo Cruz Miguel Godinez Daniel Urruela Game 1 Caobanal 1 (14) La Loma 2 (7)

Game 3 Caobanal 2 (19) La Loma 2 (5)

Game 5 Caobanal 1 (11) Caobanal 2 (9)

Game 2 Caobanal 2 (13) La Loma 1 (11)

Game 4 Caobanal 1 (17) La Loma 1 (11)

Game 6 La Loma 1 (17) La Loma 2 (9)

Most Valuable Player: Sebastian Aycinena Best Playing Pony: Legend owned by Sebastian Aycinena Officials: Ronnie Hayes 292


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NATIONAL ARENA SHERMAN MEMORIAL (3-6 Goal) Country Farms Polo Club • Medford, New York September 24, 2016

PIETOWN JAVELINAS Left to Right: Dan Coleman, Jared Sheldon, Zak Coleman PIETOWN JAVELINS Jared Sheldon Daniel Coleman Zackary Coleman

ARIA Damian Gregorio Simones William K Tomita Guillaume Giomonet

NYC POLO Samuel A. Ramirez Jr. Paul A. Kuhn David Alan Kuhn

Final Game Pietown Javelinas (17) NYC Polo (16)

Most Valuable Player: Jared Sheldon Best Playing Pony: Bocha owned by Sam Ramirez Officials: Ronnie Hayes, Jim DeAngelas Equine Welfare Representative: Debra Napp 293


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NATIONAL ARENA AMATEUR CUP (0-3 Goal) Azteca Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona December 17-18, 2016

RANCHO NARANJO Left to Right: Niklaus Felhaber, Fritz Felhaber, Franz Felhaber RANCHO NARANJO Fritz Ernst Felhaber Franz Ernst Felhaber Niklaus Felhaber BEING THE CHANGE Thomas Phelps Savanah McFarland Zackary Coleman

PATHLIGHT FINANCIAL Conrad C. Loreto Johann Hayes Felhaber Steve McFarland Allison McFarland

VIP MORTGAGE Theodore E. Wakefield Daniel Coleman Dan Faherty

Game 1 VIP Mortgage (16) Pathlight Financial (6)

Game 3 Being The Change (11) Pathlight Financial (7)

Game 2 Rancho Naranjo (9) Being The Change (2)

Final Game Rancho Naranjo (14) VIP Mortgage (11)

Most Valuable Player: Niklaus Felhaber Best Playing Pony: Oakie owned by George Estrada Jr. Officials: Ronnie Hayes, Dave Barnett Equine Welfare Representative: Dan Coleman 294


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NATIONAL WOMENS ARENA CHAMPIONSHIP (0-4 Goal) Virginia Polo Inc. • Charlottesville, Virginia September 30-October 2, 2016

UVA 1 Left to Right: Mary Collins, Katie Mitchem, Julia Smith UVA 1 Julia Grace Smith Katherine Mitchem Mary Bradford Collins

MARYLAND REBELS Madelyn Grant Kelly L. Wells Sophie Grant

BAD ASS POLO Anna Christina Winslow Elizabeth Stack Obrecht Devin Q. Cox

UVA 2 Jessica Lise Schmitt Connell Erb Meghan Milligan

Game 1 Bad Ass Polo (19) UVA 2 (14)

Game 3 UVA 2 (17) Maryland Rebels (14)

Game 2 UVA 1 (21) Maryland Rebels (10)

Final Game UVA 1 (15) Bad Ass Polo (11)

Best Playing Pony: Chiquita owned by Anna Winslow Officials: Ronnie Hayes, Juan Carlos Gonzalez Equine Welfare Representative: Lou Lopez 295


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NATIONAL ARENA CHALLENGE FINALS (0-3 Goal) Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California December 17-18, 2016

KLENTNER RANCH Justin Klentern, Jake Klentner, Luke Klentner KLENTNER RANCH Jake Klentner Luke Klentner Justin Klentner

CENTRAL COAST Maggie Papka Paige Teixeria Cory Williams

SOUTH BAY Hannah Heitzig Hank Uretz Theo Anastos

Game 1 Klentner Ranch (21) South Bay (11)

Game 3 South Bay (12) Central Coast (11)

Game 2 Klentner Ranch (24) Central Coast (6)

Final Game Klentner Ranch (21) South Bay (11)

Most Valuable Player: Justin Klentner Best Playing Pony: Margaret Thatcher owned by Central Coast Officials: Dana Fortugno, Trista Noland Equine Wellfare Representative: Megan Judge 296


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MEN’S NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP University of Connecticut Polo Club • Storrs, Connecticut April 4-9, 2016

TEXAS A&M Left to Right: Dalton Woodfin, Casey Woodfin, Christian Aycinena, Cacho Galindo TEXAS A&M Casey Garet Woodfin Daniel “Cacho” Galindo Dalton James Woodfin Christian Aycinena

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Rodrigo De Vicuna Jonathan William Lavine Richard Jacob Mershad James Jared Zenni

WESTERN ONTARIO Andrew Jeffrey Begg Kingsley Ward Clifford Kilgour Sifton Evan W. White

CORNELL Liam Palacios Dan Shaw Ignacio Masias Ryan B. Saul

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Ali Mobtaker Felipe Gomez Aristide Felix Faggionato Merrall Echezarreta

WESTMONT COLLEGE Hank Joseph Uretz Michael Esparza Anthony Russell Uretz

Game 1 University of Virginia (19) Westmont College (10)

Game 3 University of Virginia (13) Cornell (10)

Final Game Texas A&M (16) University of Virginia (15)

Game 2 Texas A&M (23) Western Ontario (16) Best Playing String: UCONN Best Playing Pony: Narvaja owned by Yale Officials: Bradley Biddle, Ronnie Hayes, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Daniel Scheraga Equine Welfare Representative: Tufts Vet 297


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® WOMEN’S NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP University of Connecticut Polo Club • Storrs, Connecticut April 4-9, 2016

CORNELL Left to Right: Hannah Noyes, Claire Steig, Emma Eldredge, Elena Wicker, Anna Winslow CORNELL Emma C. Eldredge Hannah Noyes Claire Elisabeth Stieg Elena Carol Wicker Anna Christina Winslow

CAL POLY Jillian Christine Tietje Kylie Everitt Trista Noland Tricia Khougaz Miriam Flock Fiona C. McBride-Luman Emma Bridget Hobscheid Hannah Lily Heitzig Hannah Papka Leah Brooks Torres

TEXAS A&M Celine E. Henke Lara Fabienne Straussfeld Marissa Linda Wells Kendall Rae Plank

Game 1 Cornell (18) Cal Poly (10)

Game 2 Texas A&M (13) University of Virginia (12)

Final Game Cornell (13) Texas A&M (11)

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Katherine Ruth Mitcham Mary Bradford Collins Julia Grace Smith

Best Playing String: Cornell Best Playing Pony: Juanita owned by Cornell Officials: Bradley Biddle, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Ronnie Hayes, Daniel Scheraga Equine Welfare Representative: Tufts Vet 298


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 CONNIE UPCHURCH MEMORIAL SPORTSMANSHIP The Connie Upchurch Award is presented annually at the National Intercollegiate Tournament to the male and female intercollegiate students who best exhibit the sportsmanship values cherished by Connie Upchurch. Any student from a USPA member college club who is involved with the National Intercollegiate Tournament as a player, groom or manager is eligible to receive this award. 1995 Andrew Flint Cornell University Kimberly A. Buttram University of Oklahoma 1996 Gregory Ford Texas A&M University Beverly Cooper Texas A&M University 1997 James R. Seward Colorado State University Ilia Christy Stanford University 1998 James R. Seward Colorado State University Sara Gompf Cornell University 1999 Craig Fraser Texas A&M University Sara Gompf Cornell University 2000 Barry Gates New Mexico State University Kelly McGinley New Mexico State University 2001 Benjamin Joel Brockett Texas A&M University Lissa Greene University of Virginia 2002 Thomas J. Griffith Texas Tech University Trisha L. Heard Texas A&M University 2003 Boe Gregson Colorado State University Rachel Young Texas A&M University 2004 Louis J. Lopez III University of Virginia Molly O. Muedeking University of Virginia 2005 C. Keith White Westmont College Olivia Stringer Colorado State University 2006 Ross D. Haislip Texas Tech University Morgan Day Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien Cornell University 2007 Casey J. Smergut Oregon State University Caroline W. Gaines University of Virginia 2008 Robert Strother Scott Jr. University of Virginia Caroline W. Gaines University of Virginia 2009 Cody Darst Eastern Oregon University Majorie E. Greenhalgh University of Virginia 2010 Chris Collins Colorado State University Karen Lynn Shaw Cal Poly State University Kelly Anne Shaw Cal Poly State University 2011 Martin Fordyce MacCarty Colorado State University Frances Elizabeth Hinkle Texas A&M University 2012 Wiley Uretz Westmont University Vicky Friedrichs University of Virginia 2013 Nicholas Feldman Cornell University Rachel Sullivan Washington State University

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David Samaniego Vicky Friedrichs Dalton Woodfin Nicole Johnson Dalton Woodfin Lara Straussfield

Westmont College University of Virginia Texas A&M University Oregon State University Texas A&M University Texas A&M University

NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ALL-AMERICAN TEAMS ALL-AMERICAN MEN Daniel L .Galindo Texas A&M University Felipe Gomez University of Virginia Ignacio Masias Cornell University Andrew J. Begg Western Ontario

ALL-AMERICAN WOMEN Julia G. Smith University of Virginia Anna C. Winslow Cornell University Marissa L. Wells Texas A&M University Elena C. Wicker Cornell University

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE PRELIMINARY-MEN’S Midland Horseshoe • Midland, Texas February 26-28, 2016

TEXAS TECH Left to Right: Tim Heinrich, Connor Thompson, Dallas Taylor, Antonio Morales TEXAS TECH Dallas Taylor Connor Thompson Tim Heinrich Antonio Morales

OKLAHOMA STATE Joshua Storey Reese Layton Quinn Llewelyn

TEXAS STATE Kyle Goles James Austin Cluck Ervin Rodriguez Peyton Duvall

Game 1 Texas Tech (10) Oklahoma State (9)

Game 2 Texas State (13) Oklahoma State (6)

Final Game Texas Tech (12) Texas State (7)

Best Playing String: Texas State Best Playing Pony: Lucky owned by Texas State Officials: Robin DuToit Sanchez, Doug Burnette, David Olivas Equine Welfare Representative: Ali Davidge 301


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-MEN’S ERG Arena • Brookshire, Texas March 18-20, 2016

TEXAS A&M Left to Right: Dalton Woodfin, Casey Woodfin, Christian Aycinena, Gideon Kotkowski, Cacho Galindo SOUTHERN METHODIST Michael L. Armour Paul Joseph von Gontard James Tobey Shiverick Max Langlois Manuel Antonio Ituarte

TEXAS A&M Dalton James Woodfin Christian Aycinena Daniel “Cacho” Galindo Gideon Kotkowski Casey Garet Woodfin COLORADO STATE Kareem Rosser Alexander Charles Kokesh James A. Dodge Andrew Wildermuth Jered Robert Berg

Game 1 Texas A&M (23) Texas Tech (3)

TEXAS TECH Timothy Heinrich Dallas Taylor John Connor Thompson Antonio Morales

Game 2 Southern Methodist (15) Colorado State (11)

Final Game Texas A&M (20) Southern Methodist (10)

Best Playing String: Texas A&M Best Playing Pony: Menina owned by Southern Methodist Officials: Michael VanDerwerken, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, David Olivas Equine Welfare Representative: Texas A&M Vet 302


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE PRELIMINARY-WOMEN’S Midland Horseshoe • Midland, Texas February 26-28, 2016

OKLAHOMA STATE Left to Right: Gyales Mages, Madelyn Hawkins, Devon Groves TEXAS STATE Rebekah Murrell Kelli Bringle Alexa Lund Ashley Evans

OKLAHOMA STATE Madelyn Hawkins Devon Groves Gyales Mages TEXAS CHRISTIAN Paige Browing Lauren Emily Dungan Katie Phillips Ana Clare Otanez Quinn Losefsky Jessica Hutchins

Game 1 Oklahoma State (11) Texas State (6)

TEXAS TECH Reesa Lyons Natalie Hawley Shavanna Caruso

Game 2 Texas Christian (20) Texas Tech (0)

Final Game Oklahoma State (14) Texas Christian (2)

Best Playing String: Texas Christian University Best Playing Pony: Maria owned by Texas Christian University Officials: Robin DuToit Sanchez, Doug Burnett, David Olivas Equine Welfare Representative: Ali Davidge 303


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-WOMEN’S ERG Arena • Brookshire, Texas March 18-20, 2016

TEXAS A&M Left to Right: Kendall Plank, Marissa Wells, Lara Straussfeld, Celine Henke TEXAS A&M Kendall Rae Plank Lara Fabienne Straussfeld Marissa Linda Wells Celine E. Henke

OKLAHOMA STATE Madelyn Hawkins Devan Groves Mia A. Bray Gayle Mages

COLORADO STATE RaeAnn Louise Magill Mariel Vivian Bialy Sierra Dunbar Grayson Taylor Greening

SOUTHERN METHODIST Kathrine Bentfield Shali Diaz De Leon Maggie Evans Kristin Payne Nicole Anne Cohen Emma Blackwood

Game 1 Texas A&M (26) Oklahoma State (1)

Game 2 Colorado State (12) Southern Methodist (3)

Final Game Texas A&M (21) Colorado State (2)

Best Playing String: Texas A&M Best Playing Pony: Sunshine owned by Texas A&M Officials: David Olivas, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Michael VanDerwerken Equine Welfare Representative: Ali Davidge 304


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE PRELIMINARY-MEN’S Yale Polo & Equestrian Center • Harwinton, Connecticut March 4-6, 2016

HARVARD Left to Right: Thomas Waite, Joseph Paul Meyer, Johann Colloredo-Mansfield, William Lobkowicz HARVARD William Lobkowicz Johann Colloredo- Mansfield Joseph P. Meyer Thomas Waite

SKIDMORE Charles David Bullis Aaron David Schneider Santiago M. Avendano

YALE Charles Horner Ryan Manucha Elias Vere Nicoll

Game 1 Skidmore (27) Yale (9)

Game 2 Harvard (24) Yale (8)

Final Game Harvard (23) Skidmore (14)

Best Playing String: Yale Best Playing Pony: Narvaja owned by Yale Officials: Matthew A. Syme, Anthony Michael Condo, Taylor Lewis Equine Welfare Representative: Taylor Lewis 305


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-MEN’S Cornell Polo Club • Ithaca, New York March 18-21, 2016

CORNELL Left to Right: Ignacio Masias, Ryan Saul, Dan Shaw, Liam Palacios CORNELL Ryan B. Saul Dan Shaw Liam Palacios Baturay Turkman Ignacio Masais HARVARD William Lobkowicz Johann Colloredo-Mansfield Thomas Waite Joseph P. Meyer

ROGER WILLIAMS Daymar Rosser George Jacob Hempt Pedro P. Cabrera UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT Quan Zehao Benjamin Michael Lynch Patrick Marinelli

WESTERN ONTARIO Evan S. White Jr. Andrew Jeffrey Begg Clifford Kilgour Sifton Austin Haber Luke Andrew Irvine Sifton Kingsley Ward

Game 1 University of Connecticut (14) Harvard (9)

Game 3 Cornell (23) University of Connecticut (9)

Game 2 Western Ontario (16) Roger Williams (15)

Final Game Cornell (16) Western Ontario (15)

Best Playing String: Cornell Best Playing Pony: Pico owned by Cornell Officials: Bradley G. Biddle, Ronnie Hayes, Robin DuToit Sanchez Equine Welfare Representative: Cornell Vet 306


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Yale Polo & Equestrian Center • Harwinton, Connecticut February 24-28, 2016

HARVARD Left to Right: Kelsey O’Connor, Aemila Phillips, Robiny Jamerson, Caroline Cronin, Charlotte D’Acierno HARVARD Aemilia Phillips Caroline Cronin Charlotte D’Acierno Robiny Jamerson Kelsey O’Connor GUELPH Jara Mrdja Nicole Does Synthia Korosztos Amy Woolsey

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS Monica Aguilar Jackie Tatro Amy Tellier Alexis Marina Pothul Bronwyn Merci Finney

YALE Jenna Selati Antonia Campbell Lucinda Denney Sophie Menard Caitlin Lenore Miller Brigit Rossbach

Game 1 Harvard (26) Guelph (5)

Game 3 Yale (20) Guelph (9)

Game 2 University of Massachusetts (15) Yale (13)

Final Game Harvard (17) University of Massachusetts (12)

Best Playing String: Yale Best Playing Pony: Narvaja owned by Yale Officials: Matthew A. Syme, Taylor Lewis, Christopher Robin Van Loon Equine Welfare Representative: Taylor Lewis 307


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-WOMEN’S Cornell Polo Club • Ithaca, New York March 18-21 2016

CORNELL Left to Right: Hannah Noyes, Claire Stieg, Emma Eldredge, Elena Wicker, Anna Winslow CORNELL Hannah Noyes Anna Christina Winslow Emma C. Eldredge Elena Carol Wicker Claire Elisabeth Stieg ALFRED STATE Kasandra Elizabeth Wohlschlegel Anna Campbell Gwen Shear Hannah Manns Abigail Cecilia Campbell

HARVARD Charlotte D’Acierno Eliza Bird Robiny Jamerson Caroline Cronin Aemilia Phillips Kelsey O’Connor SKIDMORE Ursula L. Green Leslie Field Robyn Stix Maggie Danielson

UCONN Tessa Kell Madelyn Kruger Demitra Hajimihalis Anders Agatha Carlton Lauren Pfahlet Carly Lynn Persano Sara Rose Tufts Jessica Lynn Riemann Kathleen A. Moriarty

Game 1 Skidmore (11) Harvard (6)

Game 3 UCONN (12) Alfred State (9)

Game 2 Cornell (23) Skidmore (5)

Final Game Cornell (23) UCONN (14)

Best Playing String: Cornell Best Playing Pony: Esposa, Quinn owned by Cornell Officials: Bradley G. Biddle, Ronnie Hayes, Robin DuToit Sanchez Equine Welfare Representative: Cornell Vet 308


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-MEN’S Virginia Polo Center • Charlottesville, Virginia March 20, 2016

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Left to Right: Ali Mobtaker, Felipe Gomez, Aristide Faggionato, Merrall Echezarreta UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Edward Monteiro de Barros Simon Colloredo-Mansfield Merrall Echezarreta Ali Mobtaker Aristide Felix Faggionato

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Rodrigo De Vicuna Richard Jacob Mershad James Jared Zenni Jonathan William Lavine

Final Game University of Virginia (15) University of Miami (14)

Best Playing String: University of Virginia Best Playing Pony: Rosie owned by University of Virginia Officials: Stanley Hanse Feldman, Anthony Michael Condo, Daniel M. Healy Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Molly Muedeking 309


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SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE PRELIMINARY-WOMEN’S Michigan State Polo Club • Rockford, Michigan February 26-28, 2016

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Left to Right: Kat Pauli, Keahna DePauw, Kayla Schulte MICHIGAN STATE Kayla Schulte Keahna Depauw Kathryn Pauli

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE Katie Schroeder Madison Rae Land Elle Hachmeister Danielle Bosscher

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Lauren Vesprani Brooke Baker Alicia Finnorn Cameron Harter

Game 1 Michigan State (36) University of Louisville (6)

Game 2 University of Michigan (18) University of Louisville (12)

Final Game Michigan State (26) University of Michigan (6)

Best Playing String: University of Michigan Best Playing Pony: Mercury owned by University of Michigan Officials: Stanley Hanse Feldman, Anthony Michael Condo, Michael VanDerwerken Equine Welfare Representative: Jessica Sutton 310


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE PRELIMINARY-WOMEN’S Atlanta Regional Polo Center • Tyron, Georgia March 4-5, 2016

VIRGINIA TECH Left to Right: Christine Pankow, Christine Fox, Kim Jakubowski, Mikayla MacNeill VIRGINIA TECH Mikayla MacNeill Christine Fox Kim Jakubowski Christine Pankow

EMORY Cara Stechmann Anna Euraycko Eleni Demestihas

Final Game Virginia Tech (12) Emory (9)

Best Playing String: Atlanta Best Playing Pony: Gabby owned by Atlanta Officials: Elizabeth R. Supik, Nestor Claudio Gauna, Stanley Hanse Feldman Equine Welfare Representative: Jolie Liston 311


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-WOMEN’S Virginia Polo Center • Charlottesville, Virginia March 18-20, 2016

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Left to Right: Julie Stellman, Julia Smith, Mary Collins, Katie Mitcham UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Julia Nelson Stellmann Julia Grace Smith Mary Bradford Collins Katherine Ruth Mitcham

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN Madison Choppa Audrey Wilde Amy James Alyssa Marie Daniels

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Kayla Schulte Kathryn Pauli Keahna Depauw

VIRGINIA TECH Christine Pankow Mikayla MacNeill Kimberly Jakubowski Christine Fox

Game 1 University of Virginia (29) Virginia Tech (5)

Game 2 University of Wisconsin (21) Michigan State University (3)

Final Game University of Virginia (20) University of Wisconsin (7)

Best Playing String: University of Virginia Best Playing Pony: Gaucha owned by University of Virginia Officials: Stanley Hanse Feldman, Anthony Michael Condo, Daniel M. Healy Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Molly Muedeking 312


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 WESTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE PRELIMINARY-MEN’S University of Idaho • Moscow, Idaho March 4-6, 2016

MONTANA STATE Left to Right: Angus Paradice, Calder Zarkos, Rob Elmendorf UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO Kevin Brown Blake Michler Jonah Bartrand

MONTANA STATE Rob Elmendorf Calder Zarkos Angus Paradice OREGON STATE Troy Haslem Jake Fenger Abel Luis Estraviz

Game 1 Montana State (30) Washington State (11)

WASHINGTON STATE Timothy Ward Adam Strohbehn Andrew Kent

Game 2 Oregon State (24) University of Idaho (19)

Final Game Montana State (24) Oregon State (14)

Best Playing String: Montana State University Best Playing Pony: Dew owned by Montana State University Officials: Daniel M. Scheraga

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® WESTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-MEN’S Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California March 18-20, 2016

WESTMONT Left to Right: Hank Uretz, Tony Uretz, Michael Esparza WESTMONT Michael Esparza Hank Joseph Uretz Anthony Russell Uretz

MONTANA STATE Rob Elmendorf Calder Zarkos Angus Paradice

CAL POLY Jeremy Kerfs Connor Kanen Justin Connerly Theo Anastos

STANFORD Jack Cook Aaron Scott Furrer Eric Birdsall Estrada Bernard

Game 1 Westmont (23) Cal Poly (4)

Game 2 Stanford (16) Montana State (8)

Final Game Westmont (19) Stanford (3)

Best Playing String: Stanford Best Playing Pony: Mickey owned by Westmont Officials: Kailey C. Eldredge, Daniel M. Scheraga, Thomas C. Wisehart Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Warden, Dr. Noland 314


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 WESTERN REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE-WOMEN’S Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California March 18-20, 2016

CAL POLY Left to Right: Jillian Tietje, Kylie Everitt, Trista Noland, Tricia Khougaz, Miriam Flock, Fiona McBride-Luman, Emma Hobscheid, Hannah Heitzig, Maggie Papka, Leah Torres CAL POLY Tricia Khougaz Trista Noland Kylie Everitt Jillian Christine Tietje Emma Bridget Hobscheid Hannah Lily Heitzig Margaret L. Papka Leah Brooks Torres Miriam Flock Fiona C.McBride-Luman

OREGON STATE Cara Boucher Brianna Mortier Elinor Chick Mariah Mudgett

Game 1 Cal Poly (27) Stanford (1)

Game 2 University of Idaho (10) Oregon State (6)

STANFORD Elizabeth McCune Raquel Lane Kathryn Hathaway

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO Sara Holtz Lindsay Kiel Cassandra Burget Rebecca Hall Darryl Kerby

Final Game Cal Poly (24) University of Idaho (3)

Best Playing String: Cal Poly Best Playing Pony: Trompo owned by Cal Poly Officials: Kailey C. Eldredge, Jeffrey A. Scheraga, Thomas C. Wisehart Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Walden, Dr. Noland 315


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REGIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ALL-STARS AND SPORTSMANSHIP CENTRAL MEN’S PRELIMINARY ALL-STAR TEAM James Cluck................................................................................... Texas State University Dallas Taylor...................................................................................Texas Tech University Connor Thompson..........................................................................Texas Tech University Joshua Storey.......................................................................... Oklahoma State University CENTRAL WOMEN’S PRELIMINARY ALL-STAR TEAM Lauren Dungan.........................................................................Texas Christian University Madelyne Hawkins................................................................. Oklahoma State University Alexa Lund..................................................................................... Texas State University Devan Groves.......................................................................... Oklahoma State University CENTRAL PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Quinn Llewellyn..................................................................... Oklahoma State University Katie Phillips............................................................................Texas Christian University CENTRAL MEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Christian Aycinena........................................................................ Texas A&M University Daniel Galindo.............................................................................. Texas A&M University Casey Woodfin.............................................................................. Texas A&M University Max Langlois.................................................................... Southern Methodist University CENTRAL WOMEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Laura Straussfeld.......................................................................... Texas A&M University Kendall Plank................................................................................ Texas A&M University Marissa Wells................................................................................ Texas A&M University Emma Blackwood............................................................. Southern Methodist University CENTRAL SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Max Langlois.................................................................... Southern Methodist University Grayson Greening.....................................................................Colorado State University NORTHEASTERN MEN’S PRELIMINARY ALL-STAR TEAM Johann Colloredo-Mansfeld.................................................................Harvard University Charlie Bullis.................................................................................... Skidmore University Charles Horner ..........................................................................................Yale University Thomas Waite......................................................................................Harvard University NORTHEASTERN WOMEN’S PRELIMINARY ALL-STAR TEAM Browyn Finney...................................................................... University of Massachuetts Amy Woosley....................................................................................University of Guelph Jenna Selati ...............................................................................................Yale University Aemilia Phillips...................................................................................Harvard University NORTHEASTERN MEN’S PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Ryan Manucha...........................................................................................Yale University Jara Mrdja...............................................................................................University of Guelph 316


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN MEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Ignacio Masias......................................................................................Cornell University Daymar Rosser........................................................................ Roger Williams University Andrew Begg........................................................................................... Western Ontario Kingsley Ward.......................................................................................... Western Ontario NORTHEASTERN WOMEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Anna Winslow..................................................................................... Cornell University Sara Tufts.................................................................................University of Connecticut Carly Persano...........................................................................University of Connecticut Elena Wicker....................................................................................... Cornell University NORTHEASTERN SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Daymar Rosser....................................................................... Roger Williams University Kasandra Wohlschlegel................................................................Alfred State University SOUTHEASTERN WOMEN’S PRELIMINARY ALL-STAR TEAM Keahna DePauw......................................................................Michigan State University Kat Pauli .................................................................................Michigan State University Danielle Bosscher...................................................................... University of Lousiville Alicia Finnorn..............................................................................University of Michigan SOUTHEASTERN WOMEN’S PRELIMINARY ALL-STAR TEAM Anna Eureyecko................................................................................... Emory University Christine Fox..............................................................................Virginia Tech University Kim Jakubowski........................................................................Virginia Tech University Eleni Demestihas................................................................................. Emory University SOUTHEASTERN PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Anna Eureyecko.....................................................................................Emory University Kat Pauli................................................................................... Michigan State University SOUTHEASTERN MEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Felipe Gomez................................................................................. University of Virginia Merral Echezarreta......................................................................... University of Virginia Jared Zenni....................................................................................... University of Miami Jonny Lavine.................................................................................... University of Miami SOUTHEASTERN WOMEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Mary Collins.................................................................................. University of Virginia Julia Smith..................................................................................... University of Virginia Alyssa Daniels............................................................University of Wisconsin-Madison Keahna DePauw .....................................................................Michigan State University SOUTHEASTERN SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Ali Mobtaker.................................................................................. University of Virginia Kat Pauli..................................................................................Michigan State University

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WESTERN PRELIMINARY MEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Blake Michler ....................................................................................University of Idaho Adam Strohbehn................................................................. Washington State University Abel Estraviz ............................................................................. Oregon State University Angus Paradice........................................................................ Montana State University WESTERN PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Jonah Bartrand...................................................................................University of Idaho WESTERN MEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Tony Uretz...........................................................................................Westmont College Eric Birdsall...................................................................................... Stanford University Hank Uretz...........................................................................................Westmont College Theo Anastos.............................................................................................. Cal Poly State WESTERN WOMEN’S ALL-STAR TEAM Mariah Mudgett ........................................................................ Oregon State University Jillian Tietje................................................................................................ Cal Poly State Fiona Mcbride-Luman............................................................................... Cal Poly State Cassie Burget.................................................................................... University of Idaho WESTERN SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Calder Zarkos........................................................................... Montana State University Sara Holtz...........................................................................................University of Idaho

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FELDMAN CUP Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California August 9-21, 2016

#YAYSPORTS Left to Right: Jennifer Alexy, David Samaniego, Megan Judge #YAYSPORTS Jennifer Alexy David Samaniego Megan Judge

ZUMA Tony Uretz Carina Deck Nick Boldt

RAISE THE BAR Katherine Bentfield Wiley Uretz Emma Blackwood

DOTHRAKI Emma Eldredge Chloe Carabasi Erich Schloss

Game 1 Dothraki (18) Zuma (10)

Game 3 Zuma (13) Raise the Bar (12)

Game 2 #Yaysports (15) Raise the Bar (9)

Final Game #Yaysports (11) Dothraki (8)

Umpires: Trista Noland and Jillian Tietje Equine Welfare Representative: Amy Fraser 319


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® OPEN NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP ERG Arena • Brookshire, Texas March 9-13, 2016

PRESTONWOOD Left to Right: Ronnie Puente, Vance Miller, Vaughn Miller COUNTRY FARMS John Patrick Vasquez Jed Cogan Chris Jordan Stravos Lampeas

POWAY Skylar Dale Andrew Scott Garrett Bankhead Molly Agee

MARYLAND Spencer Churchill Jack McLean Brennan D. Wells Parker Campbell Pearce

WEST SHORE Jack Magruder Jackson Connable Bennett Thomas J. Huber Jr. Alfred William Green II Pelham Curtis Hardie

Game 1 CCPC/Santa Barbara (11) Country Farms (8)

Game 3 Prestonwood (17) CCPC/Santa Barbara (7)

Game 5 Poway (15) Country Farms (11)

Game 2 Maryland (21) Poway (8)

Game 4 West Shore (18) Maryland (15)

Final Game Prestonwood (13) West Shore (11)

PRESTONWOOD Denilson Rolando Puente Vaughn E. Miller Vance C Miller CCPC/SANTA BARBARA Luke Elizah Klentner Charlie Walker Luke O’Leary Jacob Klentner

Best Playing String: Prestonwood Best Playing Pony: Ally- Prestonwood, Sunshine- Texas A&M Officials: Bradley Biddle, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Stan Feldman, Thomas Wisehart Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Gustavo DeCillo 320


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 GIRLS’ NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP Empire Polo Club • Indio, California March 2-5, 2016

MARYLAND Left to Right: Abbie Grant, Maddie Grant, Sophie Grant, Catie Stueck MARYLAND Sophie Grant Madelyn Grant Abbie Grant Catie Stueck CENTRAL COAST Petra Teixeira Taylor Olcott Andie Rupprecht Cassidy Morgan Wood

CORNELL Anna Ullman Jasmine Umrigar Kyra Umrigar Freida Witmer Ruth Witmer

CULVER Yi-Ting Lu Christina Alley Mikayla Hay Alexandra Vaughn Emma Vigy Ashley Dillard GARRISON FOREST Elizabeth D. Bennett Emily Victoria Wiley Hannah Rachelle Reynolds Olivia Haley Reynolds

Game 1 Culver (8) Cornell (7)

Game 3 Garrison Forest (20) Culver (5)

Game 2 Maryland (22) Central Coast (5)

Game 4 Central Coast (11) Cornell (8)

Final Game Maryland (15) Garrison Forest (8)

Best Playing String: Wrightway Polo Best Playing Pony: Serena owned by Wrightway Polo Officials: Bradley Biddle, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Jeffrey Embow, Michael VanDerwerken Equine Welfare Representative: San Dieguito Equine Group 321


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CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY-OPEN Kentucky Horse Park • Lexington, Kentucky January 29-30, 2016

LEXINGTON Left to Right: Andrew Beck, Trent Lott, Tarek Amr LEXINGTON Tarek Amr Trent Lott III Andrew Beck

CULVER Byrson Bankston Cipriano Echezarreta Robson Macartney Bryan Nzerem

BLACKBERRY Jack Aubone Timmy J Murphy Thomas Aubone Lucas Joy Raimondo

LOUISVILLE James Bolland Ford Middendorf James Roth Angus Middleton

Game 1 Lexington (13) Louisville (10)

Game 3 Blackberry (15) Louisville (9)

Game 2 Culver (14) Blackberry (9)

Final Game Lexington (13) Culver (9)

Best Playing String: Lexington Best Playing Pony: Rosco owned by Andrew Beck Officials: Robin DuToit Sanchez, Nestor Claudio Gauna, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow Equine Welfare Representative: Jorge Vasquez 322


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY-OPEN ERG Arena • Brookshire, Texas February 5-7, 2016

PRESTONWOOD JV Left to Right: Javier Cortez, Jeff Ortiz-Wynn, David Werntz Jr., Connor Wiltse PRESTONWOOD JV David Werntz Jr. Jeff Ortiz-Wynn Javier O. Cortez Connor Wiltse

HOUSTON B Charles Littleton Fridge III Barrett Jackson Bergez Nathan Jackson John Womble

BEING THE CHANGE Thomas Phelps Savanah McFarland Rachel Romero Zackary Coleman

LA LOMA Ana Novales Sofia Novales Marcella Novales Raul Augusto Molina

Game 1 Being the Change (10) Houston B (9)

Game 3 Houston B (18) La Loma (1)

Game 2 Prestonwood JV (26) La Loma (3)

Final Game Prestonwood JV (15) Being the Change (14)

Best Playing String: Prestonwood Best Playing Pony: Peanut owned by Prestonwood Officials: Robin DuToit Sanchez, David Olivas, Casey Woodfin Equine Welfare Representative: Mark Prinsloo 323


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CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-OPEN ERG Arena • Brookshire, Texas February 19-21, 2016

PRESTONWOOD VARSITY Left to Right: Vance Miller, Vaughn Miller, Ronnie Puente PRESTONWOOD VARSITY Denilson Rolando Puente Vaughn Sebastian Miller Vance C Miller

LEXINGTON Trent Lott III Andrew Beck Tarek Amr

HOUSTON A Sloan Sefanakis Anson Wes Moore Grayson Price Chino Payan

PRESTONWOOD JV Javier O. Cortez Jeff Ortiz-Wynn David Werntz Jr. Connor Wiltse RANCHO NARANJO Niklaus Felhaber Franz Ernst Felhaber Johann Hayes Felhaber Fritz Ernst Felhaber

Game 1 Lexington (13) Prestonwood JV (9)

Game 3 Prestonwood Varsity (23) Lexington (6)

Game 2 Rancho Naranjo (14) Houston A (13)

Game 4 Houston A (22) Prestonwood JV (8)

Final Game Prestonwood Varsity (16) Rancho Naranjo (8)

Best Playing String: Prestonwood Best Playing Pony: Sunshine owned by Texas A&M Officials: Stanley Hanse Feldman, Douglas Frank Brunet, Daniel M. Scheraga Equine Welfare Representative: Gustavo Cillo 324


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-GIRLS’ ERG Arena • Brookshire, Texas February 13-15, 2016

CULVER Left to Right: Emma Vigy, Ashely Dillard, Alexandra Vaughn, Christina Aliev, Mikayla Hay, Yi-Ting Lu HOUSTON A MIDLAND A CULVER Grace Mudra Avery L Evans Emma Vigy Courtney Price Jordan Williams Ashley Dillard Megan Rahlfs Carter Nix Christina Aliev Mikayla Hay Cinderella von Yi-Ting Lu Falkenhausen MIDLAND B Alexandra Vaughn Grace Burgert April Galindo Madison Lange HEART OF TEXAS HOUSTON JV Hollis Hightower Aubrey McVaney Cara Kennedy McKenzie Claire Isabel Minerva Lemesoff Watson Abigayle McVaney Madison Outier Alexis Aguirre Joanie Jackson Game 1 Heart Of Texas (9) Midland B (6)

Game 3 Houston A (12) Midland B (4)

Game 2 Midland A (7) Houston JV (8)

Game 4 Culver (19) Houston JV (8)

Final Game Culver (10) Houston A (8)

Best Playing String: Midland Best Playing Pony: Amatista owned by Midland A Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Robin DuToit Sanchez, Stanley Hanse Feldman Equine Welfare Representative: Mark Prinsloo 325


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NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY I-OPEN Garndertown Polo Club • Newburgh, New York February 6-7, 2016

BLOOMFIELD-EPIC Left to Right: Lael Cashen, Taylor Palacios, Morgan Palacios BLOOMFIELD-EPIC Morgan Palacios Taylor Palacios Lael Cashen

MIDDLESEX-BOSTON Annie Payson Delaney Bates Ben Bruce

GARNERTOWN II Elizabeth Lesuendorff Nick D’ Valentino Winston Painter Matteo Chaux

NEWPORT Liam Griscom Miles Schuman Alden Schuman

Game 1 Garnertown II (28) Middlesex-Boston (11)

Game 2 Bloomfield-Epic (32) Newport (6)

Final Game Bloomfield-Epic (23) Garnertown II (14)

Best Playing String: Bloomfield-Epic Best Playing Pony: Momia and Tosca owned by Bloomfield-Epic Officials: Bradley G. Biddle, Michael VanDerwerken, Matthew A. Syme, Christopher M. Green Equine Welfare Representative: Bill Dencker 326


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY II-OPEN Yale Polo & Equestrian Center • Harwinton, Connecticut February 6-7, 2016

CORNELL Left to Right: Kevin Gardner, Michael Koski, Sam Quinn-Jacobs, Hannah Roman CORNELL Hannah Roman Sam Quinn-Jacobs Michael Koski Kevin L. Gardner

STAGE HILL Reed Miller Grace Ellen Grotnik Matt Roque Sydney Jenkins

COUNTRY FARMS JV Lior Avshalomov Vlad Tarashansky Eleni Lampeas

YALE Digvijay Singh Emma Glynn Noah Fioravanti

Game 1 Cornell (25) Stage Hill (11)

Game 3 Country Farms JV (18) Stage Hill (14)

Game 2 Yale (26) Country Farms JV (8)

Final Game Cornell (16) Yale (15)

Best Playing String: Country Farms Best Playing Pony: Jimbo- Yale, Pisetta- Country Farms Officials: Branden Van Loon, Michael VanDerwerken, Bradley Biddle, Taylor Lewis Equine Welfare Representative: Taylor Lewis 327


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NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY-GIRLS’ Gardnertown Polo Club • Newburgh, New York January 29-31, 2016

GARDNERTOWN Left to Right: Sophia Neis, Julianna Gallo, Jaydin Scott GARDNERTOWN Jaydin Scott Julianna Gallo Sophia Neis

CONNECTICUT Ruth Burke Meghan Drysdale Annie Ebersold Hayley Wheatley

MIDDLESEX-BOSTON Beatrice Pforr Molly Hosler Fiona Sills Elizabeth Alexandra Owens Alayna Thomas

Game 1 Gardnertown (21) Middlesex-Boston (10)

Game 2 Connecticut (16) Middlesex-Boston (14)

Final Game Gardnertown (20) Connecticut (10)

Best Playing String: Middlesex-Boston Best Playing Pony: Leah and Rosie owned by Tricia and Bill Dencker Officials: Christopher M. Green, Michael VanDerwerken, Christopher Van Loon Equine Welfare Representative: Bill Dencker 328


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY-GIRLS’ Yale Polo & Equestrian Center • Harwinton, Connecticut January 29-31, 2016

TORONTO Left to Right: Clare Hearn, Jenna Tarshis, Clare Littlechild TORONTO Clare Littlechild Jenna Tarshis Clare Hearn

GLEN FARMS Jocelyn Elise Nogueira Madeleine Marie Noreau Lily Van Petten

YALE Claire Wieser Sage Saffran Jackie Kegal

Game 1 Toronto (29) Yale (2)

Game 2 Glen Farms (21) Yale (6)

Final Game Toronto (22) Glen Farms (6)

Best Playing String: Yale Best Playing Pony: Narvaja and Ferreta owned by Yale Officials: Matthew A. Syme, James Michael DeAngelis, Taylor Lewis Equine Welfare Representative: Taylor Lewis 329


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NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-OPEN UCONN Polo Club • Storrs, Connecticut February 19-21, 2016

COUNTRY FARMS VARSITY Left to Right: Mitch Ward, Ryan Watchorn, Molly Houlton, Tyler Sifton COUNTRY FARMS VARSITY Jed Cogan John Patrick Vasquez Chris Jordan Stavors Lampeas

CORNELL Kevin Gardener Michael Koski Hannah Roman Sam Quinn-Jacobs Marlie Lukach

GARDNERTOWN I Matt Forbes Pierre M Chaux John Higgins Dencker Joseph Phillip Post

Game 1 Cornell (16) Bloomfield-Epic (12)

Game 3 Country Farms Varsity (27) Cornell (7)

Final Game Country Farms Varsity (21) Toronto (17)

Game 2 Toronto (17) Gardnertown I (15)

Game 4 Bloomfield-Epic (13) Country Farms Varsity (13)

BLOOMFIELD-EPIC Matthew Bryne Lael Cashen Taylor Palacios Morgan Palacios Brett Safran Lydia Williams

TORONTO Molly Lane Houlton Tyler Sifton Ryan Watchorn Mitch Ward

Best Playing String: Bloomfield-Epic Best Playing Pony: Melon owned by Bloomfield-Epic Officials: Taylor Lewis, Matthew A. Syme, Michael VanDerwerken Equine Welfare Representative: Alferdo Sanchez 330


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-GIRLS’ Cornell Polo Club • Ithaca, New York February 13-14, 2016

CORNELL Left to Right: Anna Ullmann, Krya Umrigar. Freida Witmer, Ruth Witmer CORNELL Ruth Witmer Freida Witmer Kyra Umrigar Anna Ullmann

GARDNERTOWN Jaydin Scott Julianna Gallo Sophia Neis

CEDAR VALLEY Kenzie Ridd Catie Van Bakel Hailey Van derBurgt

TORONTO Clare Littlechild Olivia Boucher Jenna Tarshis Clare Hearn

Game 1 Cedar Valley (16) Gardnertown (9)

Game 3 Toronto (14) Gardnertown (7)

Game 2 Cornell (16) Toronto (3)

Final Game Cornell (13) Cedar Valley (12)

Best Playing String: Cedar Valley Best Playing Pony: Rosie owned by Gardnertown Officials: Anthony Michael Condo, Matthew A. Syme, Jeffrey Embow Equine Welfare Representative: David Eldredge 331


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SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY-OPEN Garrison Forest Polo Club • Owing Mills, Maryland February 6-7, 2016

BLUEWATER CREEK Left to Right: Charlie Caldwell, Harry Caldwell, Bennett Moore BLUEWATER CREEK Douglas Moore Harry R. Caldwell Charlie R Caldwell

COWTOWN-WTR Julian Penados Shariah Renise Harris Marc Harris Malachi Lyles

ATLANTA REGIONAL POLO CLUB Elisabeth G. Walker Ry Koopman Mason Chandler Sease

NATANIA Jim Deal Nathan Church Patricio Fraga

Game 1 Natania (25) Atlanta Regional Polo Club (8)

Game 3 Cowtown-WTR (24) Atlanta Regional Polo Club (7)

Game 2 Bluewater Creek (13) Cowtown-WTR (11)

Final Game Bluewater Creek (13) Natania (12)

Best Playing String: Atlanta Best Playing Pony: Frederica owned by Bluewater Creek Officials: Elizabeth R. Supik, Cynthia Wilson Halle, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow Equine Welfare Representative: Cindy Halle 332


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY-OPEN Grand Champions Polo Club • Wellington, Florida January 16-18, 2016

GRAND CHAMPIONS Left to Right: Santos Bollini, Grant Ganzi, Matias Gonzalez GRAND CHAMPIONS Matias Diego Gonzalez Grant Maxwell Ganzi Santos Bollini

PALM BEACH POLO Landen Eckbo Daniels Benjamin George Daniels Guilherme Maia Justin Eckbo Daniels

THE POLO SCHOOL Juan Segundo Olivera Nicolas Escobar Christian Lionel Weisz Lucas Escobar

Final Game Grand Champions (17) The Polo School (11)

Game 1 The Polo School (11) Palm Beach Polo (5)

Best Playing String: The Polo School Best Playing Pony: Google owned by The Polo School Officials: Ronnie Hayes, Dana Fortugno, Daniel M. Scheraga Equine Welfare Representative: Amy Fraser 333


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SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY-GIRLS Garrison Forest Polo Club • Owing Mills, Maryland January 29-31, 2016

VIRGINIA JRS Left to Right: Polly McNeely, Meghan Milligan, Rachel Booth, Katie Goldstein VIRGINIA JRS Meghan Milligan Rachel Booth Polly McNeely Katie Goldstein

MARYLAND JV Madelyn Blum Isabelle Conover Kimberly Kupres Grace Beck

MOUNTAIN VIEW JV Lauren Rapp Lea Jih-Vieira Willow Longerbeam

Game 1 Traingle Area (18) Garrison Forest JV (7)

Game 3 Virginia Jrs (16) Traingle Area (10)

Final Game Virginia Jrs (26) Maryland JV (7)

Game 2 Maryland JV (15) Mountain View JV (12)

Game 4 Mountain View JV (18) Garrison Forest JV (3)

GARRISON FOREST JV Morgan Arrup Cailin Phebus Claire McMahon Quihan Zhang Katherine Anne Williams

TRAINGLE AREA Maeran Honacher Tatiana Wolf Bella Hamon

Best Playing String: Garrison Forrest Best Playing Pony: Baroca and Palermo owned by Garrison Forest Officials: Anthony Michael Condo, Stanley Hanse Feldman, Elizabeth R. Supik Equine Welfare Representative: Cindy Halle 334


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-OPEN Marlan Farms • Freeland, Maryland February 20-21, 2016

WEST SHORE Left to Right: Tommy Huber, Will Green, Jackson Bennett, Pelham Hardie, Jack Magruder WEST SHORE Jack Magruder Pelham Curtis Hardie Jackson Connable Bennett Alfred William Green II Thomas J. Huber Jr.

GRAND CHAMPIONS Matias Diego Gonzalez Grant Maxwell Ganzi Santos Bollini MARYLAND Spencer Churchill Parker Campbell Pearce Brennan D. Wells Jack McLean

BLUEWATER CREEK Douglas Moore Charlie R Caldwell Harry R. Caldwell

Game 1 Maryland (33) Bluewater Creek (3)

Game 3 Grand Champions (18) Bluewater Creek (13)

Game 2 West Shore (27) Grand Champions (11)

Final Game West Shore (21) Maryland (17)

Best Playing String: Garrison Forrest Best Playing Pony: Frederica owned by Bluewater Creek Officials: Thomas C. Wisehart Jr., Bradley G. Biddle, Jeffrey Embow Equine Welfare Representative: Kelly Wells 335


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SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-GIRLS’ Marlan Farms • Freeland Maryland February 12-14, 2016

GFS VARSITY Left to Right: Elizabeth Bennett, Hannah Reynolds, Emily Wiley, Olivia Reynolds GRAND CHAMPIONS Riley M. Ganzi Alyssa Tranchilla Rachel Kelly Mia Astrada

MARYLAND VARSITY Madelyn Grant Abbie Grant Sophie Grant

Game 1 Virginia Jrs (21) Grand Champions (12)

Game 3 Maryland Varsity (27) Virginia Jrs (10)

Final Game GFS Varsity (19) Maryland Varsity (17)

Game 2 GFS Varsity (26) Dovecote (16)

Game 4 Dovecote (23) Grand Champions (5)

GFS VARSITY Elizabeth D. Bennett Hannah Rachelle Reynolds Emily Victoria Wiley Olivia Haley Reynolds DOVECOTE Emmie Golkosky Louisa E. Huber Sofia Longenecker Sarah Lynch

VIRGINIA JRS Katie Goldstein Polly McNeely Rachel Booth Meghan Milligan

Best Playing String: Garrison Forrest Best Playing Pony: Wichita- Garrison Forest, Manuel Maryland Officials: Bradley G. Biddle, Michael VanDerwerken, Douglas Frank Brunet Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Rhodes Bell 336


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 WESTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY I-OPEN Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California February 5-7, 2016

OC B Left to Right: Jack Goan, Aria Altenburg, Hudson Sirijani OC B Jack Goan Aria Altenburg Hudson Sirijani

HORSE PARK VARSITY AJ Moturi Charles Tabor Campbell James Tobin Watters

ROSE CITY Lindsey Savoy Kiya Gere Kasia Kindgren

HORSE PARK JV Sammy Deschryver Amy Lang Anya Moturi

OC A Ella Louise Horton Kayle Elliot Mila Herrera

SOUTH BAY Mark White Claire Kennedy Hannah Smith Camilla McFall Natalie Clark

Game 1 OC B (8) South Bay (4)

Game 3 OC B (12) Horse Park Varsity (5)

Final Game OC B (7) OC A (6)

Game 2 Rose City (26) Horse Park JV (0)

Game 4 OC A (15) Rose City (3)

Best Playing String: Horse Park Best Playing Pony: Gizmo owned by South Bay Officials: Thomas C. Wisehart Jr., Megan Carter Judge, David Tyler Samaniego Equine Welfare Representative: Megan Judge 337


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WESTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC PRELIMINARY II-OPEN Poway Polo Club • Poway, California Januaruy 6-7, 2016

POWAY SELECT Left to Right: Leo Diaz, Ian Schnoebelen, Maddie Graydon POWAY SELECT Leo Diaz Maddie Graydon Ian Schnoebelen

POWAY JV Drew Mason Hobscheid Paige Kufahl Ali Mobtaker

MAUI Connor Jenkins Sunny Diller Maya Miller Alana Benz

POWAY PRIDE Karl Garrett Jack Empey Taylor Nasland

Game 1 Poway JV (13) Poway Pride (7)

Game 3 Maui (15) Poway Pride (3)

Game 2 Poway Select (18) Maui (6)

Final Game Poway Select (8) Poway JV (6)

Best Playing String: Poway JV Best Playing Pony: Bullet owned by Niki Mobtaker Officials: Todd Randall, Kailey C. Eldredge Equine Welfare Representative: Billy Sheldon 338


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 WESTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-OPEN Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California February 19-21, 2016

CCPC/SANTA BARBARA Left to Right: Charlie Walker, Luke Klentner, Jake Klentner CCPC/SANTA BARBARA Jacob Klentner Luke Elizah Klentner Charlie Walker Luke O’Leary

OC B Jack Gaon Hudson Sirjani Altenburg Aria

POWAY Molly Agee Skylar Dale Andrew Scott Garrett Bankhead POWAY SELECT Leo Diaz Maddie Graydon Ian Schoebelen

MAUI VARSITY Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth Hana Diller Austin Hunter Hutto John William Kirton Jaclyn Schmitt Game 1 Poway Select (17) OC B (1)

Game 3 Poway (26) Poway Select (1)

Game 2 CCPC/Santa Barbara (17) Maui Varsity (5)

Final Game CCPC/Santa Barbara (15) Poway (13)

Best Playing String: Poway Best Playing Pony: Margaret Thatcher owned by Central Coast Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Robin DuToit Sanchez, Daniel M. Healy Equine Welfare Representative: Jaymie Noland 339


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WESTERN REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT-GIRLS’ Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California February 13-15, 2016

CENTRAL COAST POLO CLUB Left to Right: Taylor Olcott, Andie Rupprecht, Petra Teixeira, Cassidy Wood CENTRAL COAST POLO CLUB Andie Rupprecht Petra Teixeira Cassidy Morgan Wood Taylor Olcott

OAKDALE Katherine Isabella Alva Alexandra Linton Augusta O’Farrell Magi Ferguson-Rice Julia Tavera Athena Bacciocco

HORSE PARK Jessica Wymbs Justine Efcavitch Katherine Rivkin

Game 1 Central Coast Polo Club (17) Oakdale (2)

SANTA BARBARA Mia Sweeney Charlize Bisogni Megan Varchetto Cory Williams Game 2 Santa Barbara (15) Horse Park (2)

Final Game Central Coast Polo Club (14) Santa Barbara (8)

Best Playing String: Horse Park Best Playing Pony: Pop Machine owned by Horse Park Officials: Daniel M. Healy, Ronnie Hayes, Nestor Claudio Gauna Equine Welfare Representative: Megan Judge 340


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC ALL-STARS AND SPORTSMANSHIP OPEN NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC ALL-STARS Thomas Huber.................................................................................. West Shore Polo Club Denilson Ronaldo Puente.............................................................. Prestonwood Polo Club Brennan Wells.....................................................................................Maryland Polo Club Vaughn Miller Jr............................................................................ Prestonwood Polo Club GIRLS’ NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC ALL-STARS Maddie Grant......................................................................................Maryland Polo Club Lila Bennett .............................................................................. Garrison Forest Polo Club Petra Teixeira............................................................................... Central Coast Polo Club Hannah Reynolds...................................................................... Garrison Forest Polo Club NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Pelham Hardie.................................................................................. West Shore Polo Club Kyra Umrigar ....................................................................................... Cornell Polo Club REGIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC ALL-STARS AND SPORTSMANSHIP CENTRAL OPEN PRELIMINARY ALL-STARS Charles Fridge.......................................................................................Houston Polo Club Javier Cortez................................................................................. Prestonwood Polo Club Zackary Coleman.................................................................. Being the Change Polo Club Raul Molina.........................................................................................La Loma Polo Club CENTRAL OPEN PRELIMINARY ALL-STARS Trent Lott...........................................................................................Lexington Polo Club Angus Middleton............................................................................... Louisville Polo Club Ciproano Echezarreta............................................................Culver Academies Polo Club Andrew Beck.....................................................................................Lexington Polo Club CENTRAL OPEN PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Thomas Aubone................................................................................Blackberry Polo Club Marcella Novales.................................................................................La Lome Polo Club CENTRAL OPEN ALL-STARS Niklaus Felhaber...................................................................... Rancho Naranjo Polo Club Andrew Beck.....................................................................................Lexington Polo Club Vaughn Miller Jr............................................................................ Prestonwood Polo Club Denilson Ronaldo Puente.............................................................. Prestonwood Polo Club CENTRAL OPEN SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Andrew Beck.....................................................................................Lexington Polo Club CENTRAL GIRLS’ ALL-STARS Courtney Price..........................................................................................Houston Polo Club Alexandra Vaughn.................................................................Culver Academies Polo Club Madison Outier..........................................................................................Houston Polo Club Avery Evans..........................................................................................Midland Polo Club 341


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CENTRAL GIRLS’ SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Alexandra Vaughn............................................................Culver Academies Polo Club NORTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY I ALL-STARS Vlad Tarashansky.................................................................Country Farms JV Polo Club Michael Koski....................................................................................... Cornell Polo Club Samuel Quinn-Jacobs............................................................................ Cornell Polo Club Digvijay Singh........................................................................................... Yale Polo Club NORTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY I SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Emma Glynn.............................................................................................Yale Polo Club NORTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY II ALL-STARS Morgan Palacios..................................................................... Bloomfield-Epic Polo Club Winston Painter......................................................................... Gardernertown Polo Club Nicole Cohen............................................................................................. Yale Polo Club Matteo Chaux............................................................................... Gardnertown Polo Club NORTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY II SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Taylor Palacios...................................................................... Bloomfeild-Epic Polo Club NORTHEASTERN OPEN ALL-STARS Mich Ward.......................................................................................Toronto Polo Club John Patrick Vasquez......................................................................Country Farms Polo Club Jed Cogan.......................................................................................Country Farms Polo Club Joe Post.......................................................................................Gardnertown Polo Club NORTHEASTERN OPEN SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Matt Forbes....................................................................................Gardnertown Polo Club NORTHEASTERN PRELIMINARY GIRLS’ ALL-STARS Sophia Neis................................................................................... Gardnertown Polo Club Meghan Drysdale............................................................................ Connecticut Polo Club Julianna Gallo............................................................................... Gardnertown Polo Club Fiona Stills............................................................................Middlesex-Boston Polo Club NORTHEASTERN GIRLS’ PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Julianna Gallo............................................................................... Gardnertown Polo Club NORTHEASTERN PRELIMINARY GIRLS’ ALL-STARS Clare Hearn............................................................................................Toronto Polo Club Jocelyn Nogueria.............................................................................Glen Farms Polo Club Jenna Tarshis..........................................................................................Toronto Polo Club Madeline Noreau..............................................................................Glen Farms Polo Club NORTHEASTERN GIRLS’ PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Sage Saffran................................................................................................ Yale Polo Club

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN GIRLS’ ALL-STARS Jenna Tarshis..........................................................................................Toronto Polo Club Hailey Van der Burgt..................................................................... Cedar Valley Polo Club Ruth Witmer........................................................................................... Cornell Polo Club Catie Van Bakel..............................................................................Cedar Valley Polo Club NORTHEASTERN GIRLS’ SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Julianna Gallo............................................................................... Gardnertown Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY ALL-STARS Harry Caldwell........................................................................ Bluewater Creek Polo Club Shariah Harris...........................................................................Cowtown/WTR Polo Club Jim Deal.................................................................................................Natania Polo Club Marc Harris...............................................................................Cowtown/WTR Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Marc Harris...............................................................................Cowtown/WTR Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY ALL-STARS Matias Gonzalez ................................................................... Grand Champions Polo Club Lucas Escobar..........................................................................The Polo School Polo Club Christian Wiesz........................................................................The Polo School Polo Club Justin Daniels.................................................................................. Palm Beach Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Juanse Olivera..........................................................................The Polo School Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN OPEN ALL-STARS Matias Gonzalez.................................................................... Grand Champions Polo Club Thomas Huber.................................................................................. West Shore Polo Club Jack McLean...................................................................................... Maryland Polo Club Brennan Wells.....................................................................................Maryland Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN OPEN SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Bennett Moore........................................................................ Bluewater Creek Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN GIRLS’ PRELIMINARY ALL-STARS Meghan Milligan................................................................................... Virginia Polo Club Isabelle Conover.................................................................................Maryland Polo Club Tatiana Wolf..........................................................................................Triangle Polo Club Katie Goldstein..................................................................................... Virginia Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN GIRLS’ PRELIMINARY SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Willow Longerbeam................................................................. Mountain View Polo Club SOUTHEASTERN GIRLS’ ALL-STARS Abbie Grant.........................................................................................Maryland Polo Club Maddie Grant......................................................................................Maryland Polo Club Meghan Milligan................................................................................... Virginia Polo Club Hannah Reynolds.......................................................... Garrison Forest School Polo Club 343


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SOUTHEASTERN GIRLS’ SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Emily Wiley..............................................................................Garrison Forest Polo Club WESTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY I ALL-STARS Jack Goan.................................................................................. Orange County Polo Club Tobie Watters................................................................................... Horse Park Polo Club Aria Altenburg.......................................................................... Orange County Polo Club Kayla Elliot............................................................................... Orange County Polo Club WESTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY I SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Lindsey Savoy.................................................................................... Rose City Polo Club WESTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY II ALL-STARS Alana Benz................................................................................................ Maui Polo Club Ian Schnoebelen...................................................................................... Poway Polo Club Drew Hobscheid...................................................................................... Poway Polo Club Niki Mobtaker......................................................................................... Poway Polo Club WESTERN OPEN PRELIMINARY II SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENTS Maya Miller.............................................................................................. Maui Polo Club WESTERN OPEN ALL-STARS Skyler Dale.............................................................................................. Poway Polo Club Molly C. Burch-Agee.............................................................................. Poway Polo Club Jake Klentner............................................................................... Central Coast Polo Club Ian Schnoebelen...................................................................................... Poway Polo Club WESTERN OPEN SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Lynn Thompson............................................................................... Horse Park Polo Club WESTERN GIRLS’ ALL-STARS Katerina Rivkin................................................................................ Horse Park Polo Club Cassidy Wood.............................................................................. Central Coast Polo Club Petra Teixeira............................................................................... Central Coast Polo Club Cory Williams............................................................................. Santa Barbara Polo Club WESTERN GIRLS’ SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Athena Boccino.....................................................................................Oakdale Polo Club

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas November 19-20, 2016

L.A. WATERS QUARTER HORSES Left to Right: Laird Boone, Lillian Lequerica, Madison Outhier, Trenton Werntz L.A. WATERS QUARTER HORSES Lillian Lequerica Trenton Werntz Laird Boone Madison Outhier

TEAM TEJAS Alec Felhaber Cole Felhaber Charles Littleton Fridge III W-S Francesca Felhaber Abby Benton Phebe Vargas

HORSEGATE Christian Fridge Will Mudra Lance Stefanakis

Game 1 L.A. Waters Quarter Horses (13) Team Tejas (4)

Game 3 Team Tejas (8) W-S (6)

Game 2 Horsegate (10) W-S (8)

Final Game L.A. Waters Quarter Horses (8) Horsegate (7)

Best Playing Pony: Thing Two owned by Billy Mudra Officials: Robin DuToit Sanchez Equine Welfare Representative: Robin Sanchez 345


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® GREAT PLAINS REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT NWA Polo Club • Gravette, Arkansas October 2, 2016

NWA/ST. LOUIS Left to Right: Jaden Porter, Emma Johnson, Margerite Johnson NWA/ST.LOUIS Margerite Johnson Emma Johnson Jaden Rae Porter Jose Tadeo

DRAGONFLY Winifred Branscum Jordan Cook Alyx Bell

Final Game NWA/St. Louis (11) Dragonfly (8)

Best Playing Pony: Britain owned by Jaden Porter Officials: Doug Burnet, Robert F. Koehler Equine Welfare Representative: Susuan Koehler 346


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MIDSTATES REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT Darlington Polo Club • Darlington, Pennsylvania October 2, 2016

POWERS POLO SCHOOL Left to Right: Grace Pritchard, Ben Crivella, Ella Watterson POWERS POLO SCHOOL Ben Crivella Ella Watterson Grace Pritchard

DARLINGTON POLO CLUB Seth Goehring Ethan Seikel Shirely Horvath

Final Game Powers Polo School (6) Darlington Polo Club (4)

Best Playing Pony: Paige owned by Powers Polo School Officials: Justin Powers Equine Welfare Representative: Juliette Powers 347


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NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT I Glen Farm Polo Club • Portsmouth, Rhode Island October 29-30, 2016

GREEN Left to Right: Rohan Sampath, Teghan Torrey, Vlad Tarashansky GREEN Rohan Sampath Vlad Tarashansky Teghan Torrey

GRAY William Wahlberg Christian Claytor Henry Claytor RED Claire Reed Hannah Stowe Blake Boatswain

BLUE Mary Duncan Ryan McNeilly Anna Yalanis Game 1 Green (3) Red (1)

Game 3 Green (6) Blue (2)

Game 2 Blue (3) Gray (1)

Final Game Red (5) Gray (2)

Best Playing Pony: Moria owned by Ted Torrey Officials: Michael VanDerwerken Equine Welfare Representative: George Hempt 348


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT II Gardnertown Polo Club • Newburgh, New York November 12-13, 2016

GARDNERTOWN Left to Right: Megan Byrne, Rob Neis, Winston Painter, Jack Whitman GARDNERTOWN Robert Neis Megan Bryne Winston Painter Jack Whitman

EPIC Taylor Stanfield Amelia Safran Matt Bryne

PEACE DALE Oliver Wieser Emma Kriege Hannah Stowe

FRIENDS OF KAREN Vlad Tarashansky Hailey Kriege Mary Duncan

SMU Chris Veitch Saralyn Painter Elizabeth Leudesdorff

Game 1 SMU (13) Peace Dale (2)

Game 4 Friends of Karen (12) Blue (4)

Game 7 Blue (16) Peace Dale (12)

Game 2 Epic (9) Peace Dale (7)

Game 5 Gardnertown (9) Friends of Karen (4)

Game 8 Epic (19) Friends of Karen (9)

Game 3 SMU (9) Epic (6)

Game 6 Gardnertown (9) Blue (3)

Final Game Gardnertown (26) SMU (12)

BLUE Brett Safran Evan Williams Connelly Cashen

Best Playing Pony: Broker owned by Gardnertown Officials: Anthony Michael Condo, Daniel W. Scott Equine Welfare Representative: Bill Denker 349


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NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT III Country Farms Polo Club • Medford, New York October 15-16, 2016

GREEN Left to Right: Blake Boatswain, Joseph Schwartz, Haley Kriege, Mary Duncan GREEN Mary Duncan Haley Kriege Joseph H. Schwartz Blake Boatswain

RED Emma Kriege Hannah Stowe Vlad Tarashansky

Game 1 Green (10) Red (9)

Final Game Green (14) Red (11)

Best Playing Pony: Leroy owned by Vlad Tarashansky Officials: Nicholas T. Feldman, Juan Patricio Vasquez Equine Welfare Representative: Robert Ceperano 350


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT I Marlan Farms Polo Club • Freeland, Maryland November 5-6, 2016

GRAYCLIFFE GRAY Left to Right: Zoey Bivalacque, Catherine Stueck, Rory Knox GRAYCLIFFE GRAY Rory Knox Catherine Stueck Zoey Bivalacque

GRAYCLIFFE BLACK Grace Fleishman Sophie Grant Joel Fry

GRAYCLIFFE GREEN Aidan Tydings Grace Beck Josie Dorsey

Game 1 Black (9) Gray (6)

Game 3 Black (6) Green (5)

Game 5 Gray (7) Green (2)

Game 2 Gray (12) Green (5)

Game 4 Black (10) Green (5)

Final Game Gray (12) Black (2)

Best Playing Pony: Luna owned by Catherine Stueck Officials: Michael VanDerwerken, Jack McLean Equine Welfare Representative: Kelly Wells 351


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SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT II Garrison Forest School Polo Club • Owings Mills, Maryland October 22-23, 2016

GRIZZLIES Left to Right: Madison Jordan, Amelia Shaw, Georgia Schmidt GRIZZLIES Amelia Shaw Georgia Schmidt Emma McDonnell Madison Jordan

MOUNTAIN VIEW Yash Chhugani Willow Longerbeam Mosiah Gravesande

RED DEVILS Morgan Arrup Sierra Goff Laura Roberts Molly M. Brown THE LIL RAIDERS Josie Smith Kym Pugh Lindsey Morris Marisol Jimenez

LIGHT BLUE LIGHTING Brianna Jordan Gabby Chiasera Artie Chhugani Game 1 Light Blue Lighting (12) Mountain View (7)

Game 4 Grizzlies (8) The Lil Raiders (5)

Game 7 Red Devils (7) Mountain View (6)

Game 2 Grizzlies (10) Red Devils (4)

Game 5 The Lil Raiders (9) Red Devils (2)

Final Game Grizzlies (18) Light Blue Lighting (0)

Game 3 The Lil Raiders (8) Red Devils (4)

Game 6 The Lil Raiders (8) Mountain View (4)

Best Playing Pony: Madeline owned by Garrison Forest School Officials: Stanley Hanse Feldman, Michael Hardy Equine Welfare Representative: Cindy Halle 352


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT III Aiken Polo Club • Aiken South Carolina October 8-9, 2016

ENVIROSCAPE Left to Right: Aiden Meeker, Josh Escapite, Gracie Brown ENVIROSCAPE Grace Elizabeth Brown Josh Escapite Aiden Meeker

MEAD HALL Anna Callista Hale Zachary Wallace Virginia Gwinn

CAMP GRAVATT Parker Daniels Carson Freeland Alea Crespo

WILLCOX Summer Kneece Jacob Wallace Grace Ellis

Game 1 Camp Gravatt (10) Willcox (9)

Game 3 Mead Hall (9) Willcox (7)

Game 2 Enviroscape (12) Mead Hall (4)

Final Game Enviroscape (12) Camp Gravatt (8)

Best Playing Pony: Carolina owned by Parker Daniels Officials: Anna Winslow, Connor Deal Equine Welfare Representative: Tiger Kneece 353


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® WESTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT I Maui Polo Club • Kahului, Hawaii November 12, 2016

ELITE PHYSICAL THERAPY Left to Right: Isabella Stolley, Daniel Miranda, Maika Panzarini ELITE PHYSICAL THERAPY Maika Panzarini Daniel Miranda Isabella Stolley

RISING SUN SOLLAR A Sunny Diller Maya Miller Kaiana Holland RISING SUN SOLLAR B Gavin Baliad Laura Coflin Madison Dolenak

HORSES R US Bryce Worth Gavin Marshman Nadia Toscano Keala Bouwens

Game 1 Elite Physical Therapy (9) Rising Sun Sollar A (8)

Final Game Horses R Us (7) Rising Sun Sollar B (6)

Best Playing Pony: Maleakala Star owned by Ronaldo Panzarini Officials: Herman L. DeCoite, Ronaldo Panzarini Equine Welfare Representative: Lenna Miller 354


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 WESTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT II Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California November 12-13, 2016

CENTRAL COAST Left to Right: Taylor Olcott, Ruby Decker, Sara Espy CENTRAL COAST Sara Espy Ruby Decker Taylor Olcott

OC POLO Blaire Conlan Ella Louise Horton Hudson Sirjani

SAN DIEGO Hannah Stock Kylie Kufahl Jack Empey SUTTER BUTTES Kate Clark Liliana Sisto Caroline Mathews

EMPIRE Kyla Douglas Ella Madison Bonilla

Game 1 Central Coast (15) Sutter Buttes (8)

Game 4 OC Polo (4) Empire (2)

Game 7 OC Polo (5) Sutter Buttes (4)

Game 2 San Diego (9) OC Polo (1)

Game 5 OC Polo (7) Empire (6)

Final Game Central Coast (8) San Diego (4)

Game 3 San Diego (7) Empire (0)

Game 6 Empire (8) Sutter Buttes (2)

Best Playing Pony: Dia owned by Central Coast Polo Club Officials: Daniel Samaniego, Jillian Tietje Equine Welfare Representative: Megan Judge 355


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REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ALL-STARS AND SPORTSMANSHIP CENTRAL REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ALL-STARS Lillian Lequerica................................................................................................ LA Waters Madison Outier.................................................................................................. LA Waters Will Mudra.......................................................................................................... Horsegate Lance Stefanakis................................................................................................. Horsegate CENTRAL REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Charlie Fridge................................................................................................... Team Tejas GREAT PLANS REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ALL-STARS Jordan Cook........................................................................................................ Dragonfly Jaden Porter...............................................................................................NWA/St. Louis Jose Tadeo..................................................................................................NWA/St. Louis Alyx Bell............................................................................................................. Dragonfly GREAT PLAINS REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Alyx Bell............................................................................................................. Dragonfly MIDSTATES REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ALL-STARS Grace Pritchard................................................................................... Powers Polo School Ethan Seikel...................................................................................... Darlington Polo Club Shirley Horvath................................................................................. Darlington Polo Club Ben Crivella........................................................................................ Powers Polo School MIDSTATES REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Ella Watterson..................................................................................... Powers Polo School Seth Goehring...................................................................................Darlington Polo Club NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL I ALL-STARS Vlad Tarashansky.......................................................................................................Green Blake Boatswain........................................................................................................... Red Rohan Sampath..........................................................................................................Green Hannah Stowe............................................................................................................... Red NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL I SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Teghan Torrey............................................................................................................Green NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL II ALL-STARS Vlad Tarashansky..................................................................................... Friends of Karen Winston Painter.............................................................................................. Gardnertown Matt Byrne................................................................................................................... Epic Elizabeth Leudesdorff.................................................................................................SMU

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL II SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Winston Painter.............................................................................................. Gardnertown NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL III ALL-STARS Hannah Stowe...............................................................................................................Red Blake Boatswain....................................................................................................... Green Joseph Schwartz........................................................................................................ Green Vlad Tarashanky...........................................................................................................Red NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL III SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Emma Kriege................................................................................................................Red SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL I ALL-STARS Catie Stueck...............................................................................................Graycliffe Gray Sophie Grant.............................................................................................Graycliffe Black Josie Dorsey............................................................................................. Graycliffe Green Grace Beck............................................................................................... Graycliffe Green SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL I SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Grace Fleishman...................................................................................... Graycliffe Black SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL II ALL-STARS Lindsey Morris........................................................................................... The Lil Raiders Willow Longerbeam.................................................................................. Mountain View Brianna Jordan.................................................................................... Light Blue Lighting Gabbi Chiasera.................................................................................... Light Blue Lighting SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL II SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Marisol Jimenez......................................................................................... The Lil Raiders SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL III ALL-STARS Gracie Brown.................................................................................................. Enviroscape Anna Hale.......................................................................................................... Mead Hall Parker Daniels...............................................................................................Camp Gravatt Summer Kneece..................................................................................................... Willcox SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL III SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Anna Hale.......................................................................................................... Mead Hall WESTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL I ALL-STARS Maya Miller..........................................................................................Rising Sun Solar A Sunny Diller......................................................................................... Rising Sun Solar B Daniel Miranda...............................................................................Elite Physical Therapy Maika Panzarini...............................................................................Elite Physical Therapt

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WESTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL I SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Maya Miller......................................................................................... Rising Sun Solar A WESTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL II ALL-STARS Taylor Olcott................................................................................................. Central Coast Hudson Sirjani...................................................................................................... OC Polo Elise Pardue............................................................................................................ Empire Caroline Mathews.......................................................................................... Sutter Buttes WESTERN REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL II SPORTSMANSHIP RECIPIENT Ella Horton............................................................................................................ OC Polo

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BORDER CIRCUIT AMATEUR CUP (-1-1 Goal) Being the Change Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona April 17, 2016

RANCHO NARANJO Left to Right: Niklaus Felhaber, Johan Felhaber, Fritz Felhaber, Franz Felhaber, Grace Grontik, Jacek Grontik RANCHO NARANJO PALM SPRINGS Fritz Ernst Felhaber Savanah McFarland Niklaus Felhaber Jeffrey Rewald Johann Hayes Felhaber Thomas Phelps Jacek K. Grotnik Zinta Rewald Grace Ellen Grotnik Franz Ernst Felhaber POLO AZTECA George Estrada Jr. AZ POLO ASSOCIATION Rachel Romero Rob Phipps Ward McDaniel Stephen Bentz Zackary Coleman Dan Faherty Daniel Coleman Steve McFarland John Bianco Jack McLean Game 1 Rancho Naranjo (5) AZ Polo Association (0)

Game 3 Polo Azteca (6) Palm Springs (2)

Game 2 Palm Springs (1) AZ Polo Association (0)

Final Game Rancho Naranjo (3) Polo Azteca (2)

Officials: Daniel M. Gallegos, Sarah Coleman Equine Welfare Representative: Felice Como 359


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® BORDER CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (-1-3 Goal) Rancho Santa Maria Polo Club • El Paso, Texas August 20-21, 2016

RANCHO/SANTA MARIA Left to Right: Jose Zamudio, Niklaus Felhaber, Johann Felhaber, Jared Muncy EL CONQUISTADOR Laurencia Duncan Bryan Clay Duncan Richard Alexander Evers Franz Ernst Felhaber Rita E. Baca

RANCHO SANTA MARIA/NARANJO Jose M. Zamudio Jared Halseth Muncy Niklaus Felhaber Johann Hayes Felhaber CORRALITOS Jonathon Gracida Roberto Delgado Juan Orrantia Antonio Bermudez

PIE TOWN POLO Daniel Coleman Zackary Coleman Adren Nance Rafael Jorge Estrada III

Game 1 Rancho Santa Maria/Naranjo (6) Corralitos (3)

Game 3 Corralitos (10) El Conquistador (2)

Game 2 Pie Town Polo (9) El Conquistador (6)

Final Game Rancho Santa Maria/Naranjo (7) Pie Town Polo (5)

Most Valuable Player: Niklaus Felhaber Best Playing Pony: Excessive Lover owned by Jared Muncy Officials: Jeff Heatley, Richard D. Lara, Rita E. Baca Equine Welfare Representative: Yvonne Golston 360


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BORDER CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0 Goal) Being the Change Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona December 4, 2016

VIP MORTGAGE/APA COYOTES Left to Right: Conrad Loreto, Theo Wakefield, Sarah Coleman, Dan Coleman, Jamie Rizo Patron VIP MORTGAGE/APA COYOTES POLO AZTECA Jamie Rizo Patron Jorge R. Estrada Jr. Theodore E. Wakefield Allison McFarland Conrad C. Loreto Thomas Phelps Daniel Coleman Dan Faherty Sarah Coleman

Final Game VIP Mortgage/APA Coyotes (4) Polo Azteca (3)

Best Playing Pony: Bucky owned by Dan Coleman Officials: Dana Fortugno, Dave Barnett Equine Welfare Representative: Felice Cuomo 361


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® BORDER CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (0-1 Goal) Being the Change Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona February 27-28, 2016

ROCKSTAR Left to Right: Thomas Phelps, Rachel Romero, John Bianco, Lavinia Struble ROCKSTAR Rachel Romero John Bianco Lavinia Struble Dan Faherty Thomas Phelps

AZ POLO ASSN Daniel Coleman Robert Ray Bruton Stephen Bentz Steve McFarland

BEING THE CHANGE Leigh A. McDaniel Rafael Jorge Estrada III Robert Harold Brotherton Sarah Coleman Conrad C. Loreto

Game 1 Being The Change (6) AZ Polo Assn (3)

Game 2 Rockstar (6) AZ Polo Assn (2)

Final Game Rockstar (8) Being The Change (4)

Most Valuable Player: John Bianco Best Playing Pony: Dodger owned by George Estrada Officials: Dana Fortugno, Jorge R. Estrada Jr., Robert Ray Bruton Equine Welfare Representative: Sarah Coleman 362


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BORDER CIRCUIT CONSTITUTION CUP (0 Goal) Being the Change Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona December 11, 2016

PATHLIGHT FINANCIAL Left to Right: Steve McFarland, Thomas Phelps, Stephen Bentz, Dan Faherty PATHLIGHT FINANCIAL Stephen Bentz Steve McFarland Thomas Phelps Dan Faherty

VIP MORTGAGE Allison McFarland Savanah McFarland Zackary Coleman Daniel Coleman Sarah Coleman

Final Game Pathlight Financial (5) VIP Mortgage (4)

Most Valuable Player: Dan Faherty Officials: Dana Fortugno, Dave Barnett Equine Welfare Representative: Dan Coleman 363


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® BORDER CIRCUIT PLAYERS CUP (0-4 Goal) Skull Valley Polo Club • Skull Valley, Arizona October 1, 2016

AZTECA Left to Right: Jorge Estrada III, Jorge Estrada Jr., Rob Phipps AZTECA Rob Phipps Rafael Jorge Estrada III Jorge R. Estrada Jr.

MORMON BATALLION Dan Urness Savanah McFarland Steve McFarland

ROCKSTARS Dan Faherty Vinay Bangladore Jaime Rizzo

BANDITOS Conrad C. Loreto Thomas Phelps David Barnett

SKULL VALLEY Theodore E. Wakefield William Allen Clark Juan Jaime Jose De Grenade

Game 1* Azteca (9) Skull Valley (7) Rockstars (6)

Game 2 Mormon Batallion (9) Banditos (4)

*Round Robin Best Playing Pony: Okie owned by Jorge R. Estrada Jr. Officials: Dan Fortugno Equine Welfare Representative: Carolyn Harris 364


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BORDER CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (-1-3 Goal) Being the Change Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona April 16, 2016

RANCHO NARANJO Left to Right: Fritz Felhaber, Savanah McFarland, Jack McLean, Franz Felhaber $D RANCH Johann Hayes Felhaber Niklaus Felhaber Zackary Coleman Grace Ellen Grotnik

RANCHO NARANJO Fritz Ernst Felhaber Jack McLean Franz Ernst Felhaber Savanah McFarland

Final Game Rancho Naranjo (7) $D Ranch (2)

All Stars: Jack McLean, Niklaus Felhaber, Fritz Felhaber, Savanah McFarland Officials: John Bianco, Daniel Gallegos, Daniel Coleman Equine Welfare Representative: Jorge Estrada 365


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® BORDER CIRCUIT WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (0-4 Goal) Being the Change Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona March 19-20, 2016

KASTELL DENMARK Left to Right: Rita Baca, Savanah McFarland, Allison McFarland, Rachel Romero KASTELL DENMARK Rachel Romero Allison McFarland Rita E. Baca Savanah McFarland

FOALS AIR Victoria Johnson Laurencia Duncan Sarah Coleman Kelli Rose Smith

POLO A GO GO Marissa Tanner Leigh A. McDaniel Lavinia Struble Jamie Lowe

Game 1 Polo A Go Go (5) Foals Air (2)

Game 2 Kastell Denmark (4) Foals Air (3)

Final Game Kastell Denmark (8) Polo A Go Go (3)

Most Valuable Player: Savanah McFarland Best Playing Pony: Bucky owned by Dan Coleman Officials: John Bianco, Jorge R. Estrada Jr., Daniel Coleman Equine Welfare Representative: Sarah Coleman 366


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BORDER CIRCUIT GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON JR. (0-4 Goal) Being the Change Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona March 19-20, 2016

US AIR FORCE Left to Right: Rob Phipps, Dan Coleman, Zak Coleman, Thomas Phelps US AIR FORCE Daniel Coleman Zackary Coleman Rob Phipps Thomas Phelps

US ARMY Stephen Bentz Robert Harold Brotherton Ward McDaniel Steve McFarland

Final Game US Air Force (7) US Army (6)

Most Valuable Player: Zackary Coleman Best Playing Pony: Blackie owned byZackary Coleman Officials: John Bianco, Jorge R. Estrada Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Sarah Coleman 367


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® BORDER CIRCUIT ARENA CHALLENGE CUP (0-4 Goal) Pietown Polo Club • Pie Town, New Mexico September 3-4, 2016

2XS Left to Right: Kim Nance, Pedro Chavez, Adren Nance 2XS Adren Nance Pedro Chavez Kimberly M. Nance

EL CONQUISTADOR Antonio Bermudez Richard D. Lara Francisco Gandara

PIE TOWN Sarah Coleman Daniel Coleman Robert Ray Bruton Zackary Coleman

Game 1 2XS (9) Pie Town (8)

Game 2 Pie Town (11) El Conquistador (6)

Final Game 2XS (13) El Conquistador (4)

Most Valuable Player: Adren Nance Officials: Daniel Coleman, Richard D. Lara, Charles E. Rogers Equine Welfare Representative: Kim Nance 368


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BORDER CIRCUIT ARENA MASTERS CUP (0-3 Goal) Azteca Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona January 16-17, 2016

ROCKSTAR Left to Right: Daniel Coleman, Daniel Faherty, Stephen Bentz ROCKSTAR Stephen Bentz Daniel Faherty Daniel Coleman

BEING THE CHANGE II Savanah McFarland Thomas Phelps Zackary Coleman

ARIZONA POLO ASSN. Steve McFarland Lavinia Struble Rafael Jorge Estrada III

POLO AZTECA John Bianco Rob Phipps Vinay Bangalore Robert Harold Brotherton

Game 1 Arizona Polo Assn. (14) Polo Azteca (12)

Game 3 Polo Azteca (12) Being the Change II (5)

Game 2 Rockstar (12) Being the Change II (5)

Final Game Rockstar (11) Arizona Polo Assn. (8)

Most Valuable Player: Daniel Coleman Best Playing Pony: Flaco owned by Daniel Coleman Officials: Daniel M. Healy, Thomas Phelps, Rob Phipps Equine Welfare Representative: Jorge Estrada 369


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® KEM RODGERS MEMORIAL (-1-1 Goal) Pie Town Polo Club • Pie Town, New Mexico August 6-7, 2016

2XS Left to Right: Anna Nance, Robert Burton, Adren Nance 2XS Robert Ray Bruton Anna Nance Adren Nance

PIE TOWN Kimberly M. Nance Zackary Coleman Daniel Coleman

Final Game 2XS (12) Pie Town (9)

Most Valuable Player: Adren Nance Best Playing Pony: Hera owned by Dan Coleman 370


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 ORLANDO GARRIDO MEMORIAL (-1-3 Goal) Azteca Polo Club • Phoenix, Arizona December 17-18, 2016

BEING THE CHANGE Left to Right: Thomas Phelps, Zak Coleman, George Estrada, Savanah McFarland BEING THE CHANGE Savanah McFarland Thomas Phelps Zackary Coleman George Estarda

POLO AZTECA Jorge R. Estrada Jr. Allison McFarland Vinay Bangalore

VIP MORTGAGE Steve McFarland Daniel Coleman Dan Faherty

Game 1 Being the Change (5.5) VIP Mortgage (5)

Game 2 VIP Mortgage (6.5) Polo Azteca (5)

Final Game Being the Change (6) Polo Azteca (5)

Most Valuable Player: Zackary Coleman Best Playing Pony: Blackie owned by Zak Coleman Officials: Dana Fortugno, Dave Barnett

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® RUSHER CUP (0-3 Goal) Azteca Polo Club • Phoenix Arizona March 5-6, 2016

BEING THE CHANGE Left to Right: Rachel Romero, Jorge Estrada, Steve McFarland, Allison McFarland ARIZONA POLO ASSN. Daniel Coleman Zackary Coleman Lavinia Struble

BEING THE CHANGE Allison McFarland Rafael Jorge Estrada III Rachel Romero Steve McFarland

ROCKSTAR Stephen Bentz Daniel Faherty Savanah McFarland

$D RANCH John Bianco Sarah Coleman Thomas Phelps

Game 1 Being the Change (11) $D Ranch (7)

Game 3 Rockstar (6) $D Ranch (4)

Game 2 Arizona Polo Assn. (11) Rockstar (10)

Final Game Being the Change (12) Arizona Polo Assn. (7)

Most Valuable Player: Rafael Jorge Estrada III Officials: John Bianco, Stephen Bentz Equine Welfare Representative: Jorge Estrada 372


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MOLINA CUP (0-3 Goal) Arizona Polo Club • Scottsdale, Arizona November 5, 2016

ASPEN VALLEY Left to Right: Nic Roldan, Juancito Bollini, Melissa Ganzi PALM BEACH POLO TEAM Jason K. Crowder Marc C. Ganzi Ricky Cooper

ASPEN VALLEY Juan Bollini Jr. Nicolas E. Roldan Melissa P. Ganzi

Final Game Aspen Valley (7) Palm Beach Polo Team (5)

Best Playing Pony: Carnival owned by Marc Ganzi Officials: Dana Fortugno, Kimo Huddleston Equine Welfare Representative: Martin Vidal 373


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® CENTRAL CIRCUIT INTRA-CIRCUIT (8-12 Goal) St. Louis Polo Club • Chesterfield, Missouri August 16-21, 2016

PVG & SONS CATTLE CO. Left to Right: Paul von Gontard, Peter von Gontard, Del Walton, Jamie Mirikitani PVG & SONS CATTLE CO. James Mirikitani Delmer Carroll Walton Peter von Gontard Paul T. von Gontard

LITTLE CREEK/KRAFTIG William K. Busch Jose J. Celis Tod A. Rackley Douglas Gerard Sansone

Final Game PVG & Sons Cattle Co. (10) Little Creek/Kraftig (8)

Most Valuable Player: Jose J. Celis Officials: Juan J. Boote, Diego Humberto Gross, Scott Lancaster Equine Welfare Representative: Anne Branscum 374


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL CIRCUIT OFFICERS CUP (0-4 Goal) St. Louis Polo Club • Chesterfield, Missouri August 16-21, 2016

MID AMERICA LOGISTICS Left to Right: Justin Baisch, Del Walton, Peter von Gontard, Alex Ebel MID AMERICA LOGISTICS Alex Ebel Peter von Gontard Justin B. Baisch Delmer Carroll Walton

KRAFTIG/LITTLE CREEK Tina A. Natorp-Gross Douglas Gerard Sansone Diego Humberto Gross William K. Busch

AHM Chase H. Butler Ariel Alejandro Loza James Mirikitani Gregory W. Siwak

RIVERBEND FARMS Parker von Gontard Esteban Sanchez Humberto Sanchez Jose J. Celis

Game 1 AHM (11) Kraftig/Little Creek (10)

Game 2 Mid America Logistics (11) Riverbend Farms (10)

Final Game Mid America Logistics (10) AHM (5)

Most Valuable Player: Delmer Carroll Walton Best Playing Pony: Gata owned by Justin Baisch Officials: Juan J. Boote, Diego Humberto Gross, Scott Lancaster Equine Welfare Representative: Anne Branscum 375


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® CENTRAL CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-4 Goal) St. Louis Polo Club • Chesterfield, Missouri August 3-7, 2016

BUCKEROO/KRAFTIG Left to Right: Diego Gross, Gussie Busch, Ariel Loza, Tina Natorp Gross BUCKEROO/KRAFTIG Ariel Alejandro Loza August “Gussie” Busch Tina A. Natorp-Gross Diego Humberto Gross

LITTLE CREEK RANCH David von Gontard James Mirikitani Peter von Gontard Douglas Gerard Sansone

CRENSHAW POLO Esteban Sanchez Parker von Gontard Humberto Sanchez Jose J. Celis

MID AMERICA LOGISTICS Chase H. Butler Paul T. von Gontard Delmer Carroll Walton Justin B. Baisch

Game 1 Crenshaw Polo (10) Mid America Logistics (6)

Game 2 Buckeroo/Kraftig (8) Little Creek Ranch (6)

Final Game Buckeroo/Kraftig (10) Crenshaw Polo (8)

Officials: Juan J. Boote, James Mirikitani, Gilberto Dominguez Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Anne Branscum 376


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL CIRCUIT PLAYERS CUP (0-4 Goal) St. Louis Polo Club • Chesterfield, Missouri June 17-19, 2016

CRENSHAW LIGHTING 1 Left to Right: Patrick Daley, Gussie Busch, Arial Loza, Humberto Sanchez LITTLE CREEK RANCH Peter von Gontard Douglas Gerard Sansone Chase H. Butler Paul T. von Gontard

CRENSHAW LIGHTING 1 Humberto Sanchez August “Gussie” Busch Patrick Daley Arial Losa CRENSHAW LIGHTING 2 Stuart McIlwaine Irby Jr. Luis Ernesto Ansola Diego Humberto Gross Parker von Gontard

MID AMERICA LOGISTICS David M.von Gontard Delmer Carroll Walton Justin B. Baisch Gregory W. Siwak

Game 1 Little Creek Ranch (9) Crenshaw Lighting 2 (6)

Game 3 Mid America Logistics (4) Crenshaw Lighting 2 (3)

Game 2 Crenshaw Lighting 1 (8) Mid America Logistics (4)

Final Game Crenshaw Lighting 1 (7) Little Creek Ranch (3)

Officials: Dana Fortugno, James Mirikitani, Scott Lancaster Equine Welfare Representative: Anne Brancum 377


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CENTRAL CIRCUIT USPA/PTF SENIORS TOURNAMENT (0-4 Goal) Blackberry Polo Club • Batavia, Illinois July 16-17, 2016

MIRROR IMAGE Left to Right: Memo Font, Scott Silver, Bill O’Leary, Tucker Reback, David Wigdahl, Laura Cunningham, Tony Sekera, Peter Alworth, Gerald Levin MIRROR IMAGE Brian G. O’Leary Scott Silver Tucker Reback Memo Font

BATAVIA BULLDOG PLUMBING Laura L. Cunningham Peter Y. Alworth Gerald Levin Tony Sekera

Final Game Mirror Image (6) Batavia Bulldog Plumbing (5)

Officials: John A. Kuhn, Scott Christopher Lucas Equine Welfare Representative: Sandra Barbier 378


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL CIRCUIT WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (0 Goal) Blackberry Polo Club • Batavia, Illinois August 6-7, 2016

RED STRIPE Left to Right: Kendall Plank, Pamela Flanagan, Krissey Payne, Mimi Shirey RED STRIPE Kendall Rae Plank Pamela Alina Flanagan Kristin Payne Meehan K. Shirey

DETROIT Emmalyn M. Wheaton Sheila Maureen Skinner Morgan Catherine Derry Norine C Foley

WHISKEY VICTOR Whitney C. Vogt Shannon L. Giustino Tracy Riff Anna O. Margalef

Game 1 Whiskey Victor (4) Detroit (3)

Game 2 Red Stripe (10) Detroit (2)

Final Game Red Stripe (12) Whiskey Victor (0)

Officials: Daniel M. Healy, Frank B. Rackley Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Sandra Barbier 379


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CENTRAL CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Blackberry Polo Club • Batavia, Illinois July 23, 2016

TWIN CITIES Left to Right: Jack Aubone, Tim Murphy, Anna Alworth, Stefanie Lueders TWIN CITIES Jack Aubone Tim Murphy Anna Alworth Stefanie Lueders

BLACKBERRY Maximo Font Tomas Aubone Carlos Font Ryland Reback Griffen Tuftie

Final Game Twin Cities (4.5) Blackberry (4)

All Stars: Tim Murphy, Carlos Font, Anna Alsworth, Tomas Aubone Officials: Tod A. Rackley Equine Welfare Representative: Sandra Barbie 380


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) St. Louis Polo Club • Chesterfield, Missouri July 17, 2016

DRAGON FLY Left to Right: Madelyn Porter, Maria Sansone, Vaughn Miller Jr., John Hand DRAGON FLY John Emory Hand Vaughn E. Miller Maria Rose Sansone Madelyn Leigh Porter

LITTLE CREEK Cinderella von Falkenhausen Denilson Rolando Puente Ava Sansome Brian Weiser

SPIRIT VALLEY Vance C. Miller Tomas Aubone Willem Smith Maxwell Beuck

Game 1 Little Creek (3) Spirit Valley (2)

Game 2 Spirit Valley (2) Dragon Fly (1)

Final Game Dragon Fly (2) Little Creek (1)

All Stars: Ronnie Puente, Vaughn Miller Jr., Vance Miller, Max Bueck, Tomas Aubone Officials: Diego Humberto Gross, Gilberto Dominguez Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Scott Lancaster 381


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CENTRAL CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Twin City Polo Club • Maple Plain, Minnesota July 30-31, 2016

DES MOINES Left to Right: Brandie Joy, Jackie Farinok, Carlos Font, Tomas Aubone DES MOINES Brandie Joy Jacqueline Farniok Carlos Font Tomas Aubone

CHICAGO Maximo Font Jack Aubone Alberdi Maldonado Lucas Joy Raimondo

WINNEPEG Katie Smith Timmy J Murphy Regan Smith Anna Alworth Ryland Reback

Game 1 Winnepeg (3) Chicago (3)

Game 3 Winnepeg (3) Des Moines (3)

Game 5 Winnepeg (2) Des Moines (2)

Game 2 Des Moines (5) Chicago (3)

Game 4 Winnepeg (5) Chicago (0)

Game 6 Chicago (2) Des Moines (2)

All Stars: Tim Murphy, Regan Smith, Lucas Raimondo, Tomas Aubone, Carlos Font Officials: Brent Mirikitani, Nicholas C. Johnson Equine Welfare Representative: Pete Alworth 382


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CENTRAL CIRCUIT SHERMAN MEMORIAL (3-6 Goal) St. Croix Polo Club • Woodville, Wisconsin May 28-29, 2016

BARRINGTON HILLS Left to Right: Joan-Carles Brugue, Nadir Khan, Megan West BARRINGTON HILLS Joan-Carles R. Brugue Megan Elizabeth West Nadir Khan

CAMPO DE MAYO Mackenzie Lynn Skatter James A. Dumesic Nestor Claudio Gauna

SIMPATICO Joseph R. Schneekloth Ignacio Pizarro Craig Robbins Martin John Miller

Game 1 Campo De Mayo (11) Simpatico (8)

Game 3 Barrington Hills (7) Simpatico (5)

Game 5 Campo De Mayo (12) Simpatico (4)

Game 2 Barrington Hills (9) Campo De Mayo (6)

Game 4 Campo De Mayo (7) Barrington Hills (6)

Final Game Barrington Hills (8) Simpatico (6)

Most Valuable Player: Megan Elizabeth West Best Playing Pony: Savvy owned by James Dumesic Officials: Chad Kraml Equine Welfare Representative: Laura Pizzaro 383


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® CENTRAL CIRCUIT ARENA MASTERS CUP (0-3 Goal) St. Croix Polo Club • Woodville, Wisconsin May 28-29, 2016

STONE BANK Left to Right: Craig Robbins, Courtney Rohs, David Robinson, Kathleen O’Keefe STONE BANK Kathleen O’Keefe Courtney Marie Rohs Craig Robbins David G. Robinson BLUE BHPC Tomas Aubone Tiffany Haeberlein Catherine Ann DeGonda Joel Cueller Gerald Levin GREEN BHPC Zivile Rackauskas Joseph S. Messer Megan Elizabeth West Stuart Taussig Charles Todd

HILLSIDE Emma Grace Sbragia Margaret M. Paur Syndey Welse Linda Paulsen Mark Plutshack Irene Taylor ST. CROIX 1 Susan E. Jones Laura Ann Pizarro Lauralee Umphery Jenna Swenson ST. CROIX 2 Mara Whitten Mackenzie Lynn Skatter Todd Swenson Paul Cincoski Brent Peterson

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TORO ROJO Cynthia M. Wozniak Natasha Stevens Cindy Forester WHITE BHPC Bob Apitz Roueen Rafeyan MD Heather Khan


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Game 1 St. Croix 1 (12) Hillside (10)

Game 6 St. Croix 2 (3) Stone Bank (11)

Game 11 Hillside (6) White BHPC (3)

Game 2 Blue BHPC (10) Toro Rojo (7.5)

Game 7 Stone Bank (6.5) White BHPC (5)

Game 12 Green BHPC (17) St. Croix 2 (15)

Game 3 Toro Rojo (9.5) Green BHPC (4)

Game 8 Toro Rojo (7) Hillside (4)

Game 13 St. Croix 1 (8) Blue BHPC (4)

Game 4 Blue BHPC (10) Green BHPC (4)

Game 9 Toro Rojo (9) White BHPC (3)

Final Game Stone Bank (7) St. Croix 1 (5)

Game 5 White BHPC (7) St. Croix 2 (5)

Game 10 St. Croix 1 (9) Blue BHPC (3)

Most Valuable Player: David G. Robinson Best Playing Pony: Hottie owned by Courtney Rohs Officials: Chad Kraml, Nadir Khan Equine Welfare Representative: Laura Pizarro 385


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® ROSE CUP (6 Goal) Barrington Hills Polo Club • Barrington Hills, Illinois September 17-18, 2016

VICTORIOUS SECRET Left to Right: Cindy Forster-Fueredi, Megan West, Cindy Wozniak VICTORIOUS SECRET Cynthia M. Wozniak Megan Elizabeth West Cindy Jo Forster-Fueredi

LA PERLA Renata Sanfilippo Samantha Falbe Pamela Alina Flanagan

BUMP’N BABES Zivile Rackauskas Adrienne Kathleen Purves Anna O. Margalef

PRAIRIE POLO Courtney Marie Rohs Tracey Riff Heather Khan

Game 1 Victorious Secret (7) La Perla (6)

Game 3 La Perla (10) Bump’n Babes (2)

Game 2 Prairie Polo (9) Bump’n Babes (4.5)

Final Game Victorious Secret (6.5) Prairie Polo (5)

Most Valuable Player: Megan Elizabeth West Best Playing Pony: Pippa owned by Heather Khan Officials: John M. Ryan, Nadir Khan Equine Welfare Representative: Megan West 386


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EASTERN CIRCUIT GEORGE PATTON JR. (0-4 Goal) Maryland Polo Club • White Hall, Maryland June 20-26, 2016

GOOSE GREEN Left to Right: Nate Berube, Olivia Stringer, Alfred William Green, Laura Brown, Jacob Brown GOOSE GREEN DRUMCLIFFE Alfred William Green II Catie Stueck Nathan Stephen Berube Holly Behnke Jacob N. Brown Parker Campbell Pearce Laura Brown Max Secunda Hipwood Olivia Stringer Kelly L. Wells ACE SPORTSWARE Jose de Jesus Ontiveros Javier Bustos Pelham Curtis Hardie Demitra Christina Hajimihalis

WEST SHORE /RED MAPLE Peter B. Orthwein Jr. Madelyn Grant Sara G. Orthwein Max J. Hempt

Game 1 Goose Green (9) Ace Sportsware (6)

Game 3 Ace Sportsware (10) Drumcliffe (10)

Game 2 West Shore/Red Maple (12) Drumcliffe (5)

Final Game Goose Green (12) West Shore /Red Maple (7)

Most Valuable Player: Jacob N. Brown Best Playing Pony: Dixie owned by PJ Orthwein Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Cynthia Wilson Halle, Michael H. Finney Equine Welfare Representative: Cindy Halle 387


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EASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Foxlease Polo Club • Upperville, Virginia June 12, 2016

FOXLEASE POLO CLUB 1 Left to Right: Arianna Soresi, Juan Villamil, Sofia Bignoli, Jack McLean FOXLEASE POLO CLUB 1 Juan Villamil Sofia Virginia Bignoli Jack McLean Arianna Soresi

MARYLAND REBELS Madelyn Grant Abbie Grant Parker Campbell Pearce Sophie Grant

QCF Inaki Silva Alfred William Green II Pelham Curtis Hardie Hannah Rachelle Reynolds Olivia Haley Reynolds

FOXLEASE POLO CLUB 2 Laszlo Pouille James Oliver Firestone Noemie Eisenchteter Paul de Charry Game 1 Middleburg Polo Club (9) Foxlease Polo Club 2 (1)

MIDDLEBURG POLO CLUB Tenzin Aiden Tognini Jim Deal Nathan Church Juan Semper Tiernan Tognini Game 4 Foxlease Polo Club 1 (3) Maryland Rebels (2)

Game 7 Maryland Rebels (6) QCF (0)

Game 2 Foxlease Polo Club 1 (3) QCF (2)

Game 5 Maryland Rebels (2) Foxlease Polo Club 2 (0)

Final Game Foxlease Polo Club 1 (4) Middleburg Polo Club (3)

Game 3 Maryland Rebels (5) QCF (0)

Game 6 Foxlease Polo Club 2 (3) QCF (0)

All Stars: Juan Ginimez Villamil, Maddie Grant, Paul de Charry, Jack McLean, Tenzin Togini, Sofia Bignoli, Sophie Grant Officials: Jenny Schwartz, Alejandro M. Roldan Equine Welfare Representative: Julia Stiener 388


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES I (0 Goal) Maryland Polo Club • White Hall, Maryland June 28, 2016 MARYLAND Sophie Grant Abbie Grant Elizabeth D. Bennett Parker Campbell Pearce

GOOSE GREEN POLO Emmie Golkosky Emily Victoria Wiley Pelham Curtis Hardie Alfred William Green II

QCF Catie Stueck Madelyn Grant Hannah Rachelle Reynolds Olivia Haley Reynolds

Game 1 QCF (3) Goose Green Polo (2)

Game 3 QCF (2) Maryland (2)

Game 2 Maryland (3) Goose Green Polo (2)

Final Game Maryland (4) QCF (3)

All Stars: Alfred Green, Maddie Grant, Parker Pearce, Hannah Reynolds, Elizabeth Bennett Best Playing Pony: Paz owned by Maddie Grant Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Jake Brown Equine Welfare Representative: Nate Berube 389


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EASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES II (0 Goal) Maryland Polo Club • White Hall, Maryland June 30, 2016 WEST SHORE Olivia Haley Reynolds George Jacob Hempt Sarah Lynch Parker Campbell Pearce

GOOSE GREEN POLO Emily Victoria Wiley Madelyn Grant Sophie Grant Alfred William Green II

DRUMCLIFFE Elizabeth D. Bennett Brennan D. Wells Mia Sweeney Pelham Curtis Hardie

MARYLAND POLO Taylor Palacios Morgan Palacios Abbie Grant Isabelle Conover

Game 1 Drumcliffe (7) Maryland Polo (5)

Game 3 Goose Green Polo (5) Maryland Polo (5)

Game 2 West Shore (3) Goose Green Polo (2)

Final Game West Shore (8) Drumcliffe (2)

All Stars: George Hempt, Abbie Grant, Maddie Grant, Brennan Wells, Parker Pearce, Alfred Green, George Hempt Officials: Jake Brown, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow 390


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES III (0 Goal) Maryland Polo Club • White Hall, Maryland July 28, 2016

DOVECOTE Left to Right: Elizabeth Bennet, Alfred William Green, Abbie Grant, Parker Pearce, Sophie Grant DOVECOTE MARYLAND POLO CLUB Sophie Grant Emily Victoria Wiley Alfred William Green II Catie Stueck Pelham Curtis Hardie Hannah Rachelle Reynolds Abbie Grant Madelyn Grant Elizabeth D. Bennett Olivia Haley Reynolds Parker Campbell Pearce

Final Game Dovecote (5) Maryland Polo Club (4)

All Stars: Alfred Green, Pelham Hardie, Parker Pearce, Maddie Grant Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Jake Brown Equine Welfare Representative: Nate Berube 391


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EASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Middleburg Polo Center • Middleburg, Virginia June 12, 2016

LA MATERA Left to Right: Tiernan Tognini, Hannah Bauer, Jack McLean, Juan Semper LA MATERA Juan Semper Hannah Bauer Jack McLean Tierra Tognini

CASA DIO Arianna Soresi Nicholas Mohey-El-Eien James Deal Tenzin Aiden Tognini

Final Game La Matera (6) Casa Dio (3)

All Stars: Tiernan Togini, Hannah Bauer, Jack McLean, Juan Semper Officials: Breanna Gunnell, Ilene M. Tognini Equine Welfare Representative: Breanna Gunnell 392


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EASTERN CIRCUIT SHERMAN MEMORIAL (2-4 Goal) Seneca Polo Club • Potomac, Maryland August 25-28, 2016

POTOMAC POLO Left to Right: Juan Carlos Gonzalez, Joseph Muldoon III, Michael Yermakov POTOMAC POLO Juan Carlos Gonzalez Joseph A. Muldoon III Michael Yermakov

MARYLAND REBELS Marisa Bianchi Kelly L. Wells Madelyn Grant Brennan D. Wells

DONATELLI VET Hugo Pasten Javier C. Donatelli Joselito Pasten

SENECA POLO Wayne J. Briere Justin Powers Aamir Khan

Game 1 Potomac Polo (10) Seneca Polo (6)

Game 3 Donatelli Vet (10) Seneca Polo (7)

Game 2 Maryland Rebels (20) Donatelli Vet (11)

Final Game Potomac Polo (17) Maryland Rebels (8)

Best Playing Pony: Vengala owned by Juan Carlos Gonzalez Officials: Charles A. Muldoon, Buddy Yonkers 393


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® EASTERN CIRCUIT NIMITZ CUP (3-6 Goal) Virginia Polo Inc. • Charlottesville, Virginia November 18-20, 2016

ARMY Left to Right: Sgt. Paul Knapp, Col. Marissa Tanner, Maj. Mark Gillespie, Capt. Terrence Donahue MARINE Christopher Paul Jones Eric Hobby Dean Daget

ARMY Paul R. Knapp Jr. Mark F. Gillespie Terrence T.S. Donahue Marissa Tanner AIR FORCE Peter J. Rizzo Jonathan Borrows Rob Phipps

NAVY Vicky Friedrichs Michael Yermakov Rob Cojocarv Stephanie Butler

Game 1 Marine (11) Navy (5)

Game 3 Air Force (14) Navy (9)

Game 2 Army (11) Air Force (7)

Final Game Army (12) Marine (8)

Officials: Dana Fortugno, Ali Mobtaker Equine Welfare Representative: Lou Lopez Jr. 394


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EASTERN CIRCUIT ARENA SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (2-4 Goal) Seneca Polo Club • Potomac, Maryland August 4-7, 2016

DONATELLI VETERINARY Left to Right: Rachel McGuckian, Adam Leighton, Wayne Briere DONATELLI VET Javier C. Donatelli Marisa Bianchi Rachel T. McGuckian

LA BARRA Joselito Pasten Maureen S Marsh Christopher J. Abularrage

ALQUIMI Patricio Faga Jack Magruder Pamela Patton

POLO DEVELOPMENT Pete Balogh Justin Powers Jenny Allison Schwartz SENECA POLO Wayne J. Briere Nick Balogh Adam R. Leighton

Game 1 Donatelli Vet (3) Seneca Polo (2)

Game 4 Polo Development (15) La Barra (14)

Game 7 La Barra (5) Seneca Polo (4)

Game 2 Donatelli Vet (7) Alquimi (6)

Game 5 Seneca Polo (6) Alquimi (5)

Final Game Donatelli Vet (15) Polo Development (9)

Game 3 Seneca Polo (8) Alquimi (5)

Game 6 La Barra (4) Seneca Polo (3)

Officials: Juan Carlos Gonzalez, Buddy Yonkers, Neil R. Agate 395


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® LANDHOPE CHALLENGE CUP (6-8 Goal) Brandywine Polo Club • Unionville, Pennsylvania August 3-7, 2016

TRINITY CAPTIAL MARKETS Left to Right: Jesus Ontiveros, Jake Brown, Laura Brown, Brian Griffin TRINITY CAPTIAL MARKETS Jose De Jesus Ontiveros Jacob N. Brown Laura Brown Brian Griffin

ACE SPORTSWEAR Javier Bustos Juan Jose Baez Demitra Hajimihalis Belinda Brody Lisa Scott

Game 1 Trinity Captial Markets (15.5) Ace Sportswear (7)

Final Game Trinity Captial Markets (10) Ace Sportswear (8)

Most Valuable Player: Jose De Jesus Ontiveros Best Playing Pony: Banderita owned by Belinda Brody Officials: Daniel M. Gallegos, Justin Palmer Flood Equine Welfare Representative: Pat Sertich 396


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 GERALD BALDING (6-8 Goal) Brandywine Polo Club • Unionville, Pennsylvania August 31-September 4, 2016

ACE SPORTSWEAR/LIVIN THE VISION Left to Right: Jesus Ontiveros, Juan Martinez Baez, Jake Brown, Demitra Hajimihalis CHRISTMAS TREE FARM L.M.M Micolucci di Castel Frentano Gabriel M. Caro Dennys Antonio Santana Martin Garzaron Kathleen Whitman

ACE SPORTSWEAR/ LIVIN THE VISION Jose De Jesus Ontiveros Demitra Hajimihalis Jacob N. Brown Juan Jose Baez BAREFIELD Leandro Agustin Berrios Mark Andrew Mulligan Mauricio Diaz Martin Ravina

TAYLOR HILL FARMS Facundo Retamar Marcos Onetto Casey Jay Martin Sarah Runnells Martin

Game 1 Barefield (13) Taylor Hill Farms (12)

Game 3 Christmas Tree Farm (8) Taylor Hill Farms (8)

Game 2 Ace Sportswear/Livin’ the Vision (8) Christmas Tree Farm (4)

Final Game Ace Sportswear/Livin’ the Vision (10) Barefield (8)

Most Valuable Player: Jacob N. Brown Best Playing Pony: Lady owned by Juan Baez Officials: Daniel M. Gallegos, Juan Carlos Gonzalez Equine Welfare Representative: Pat Sertich 397


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® POLO PONY MEMORIAL (6-8 Goal) Brandywine Polo Club • Unionville, Pennsylvania August 24-28, 2016

TAYLOR HILL FARMS Left to Right: Facundo Retamar, Marcos Onetto, C.J. Martin, Sarah Martin TAYLOR HILL FARMS Facundo Retamar Marcos Onetto Casey Jay Martin Sarah Runnells Martin

LANDHOPE FARMS Dixon Stroud Juan Jose Baez Antonio Santana Kathleen Fowser Whitman

RED MAPLE/ DOVECOTE Peter B. Orthwein Jr. Max Secunda Thomas J. Huber Jr. Sara G. Orthwein

Game 1 Taylor Hill Farms (10) Landhope Farms (5)

Game 2 Red Maple/Dovecote (12) Landhope Farms (11)

Final Game Taylor Hill Farms (9) Red Maple/Dovecote (8)

Most Valuable Player: Marcos Onetto Best Playing Pony: Chispa owned by Max Secunda Officials: Daniel M. Gallegos, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Ricardo Barros Equine Welfare Representative: Pat Sertich 398


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 BPC WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (8-12 Goal) Brandywine Polo Club • Unionville, Pennsylvania July 29-31, 2016

BAD ASS POLO Left to Right: Sarah Martin, Cindy Halle, Elizabeth Obrecht, Olivia Stringer BAD ASS POLO Olivia Stringer Elizabeth Stack Obrecht Sarah Runnells Martin Cynthia Wilson Halle

KINDRED SKIN CARE Jess Pimsner Cecelia G. Cochran Karen Reese Lisa Scott

ACE SPORTSWEAR Molly S. Smith Belinda Brody Marisa Bianchi Demitra Hajimihalis

MARYLAND REBELS Kelly L. Wells Madelyn Grant Sophie Grant Abbie Grant Marissa Linda Wells

Game 1 Maryland Rebels (13) Ace Sportswear (6)

Final Game Bad Ass Polo (14) Kindred Skin Care (6)

Officials: Juan Jose Baez, Daniel M. Gallegos 399


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® FLORIDA CIRCUIT INTRA CIRCUIT (8-12 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida November 4-6, 2016

MCLIN BURNSED Left to Right: Meghan Burggraaf, Piage McCabe, Herndon Radcliff, Francisco Bilbao MCLIN BURNSED Meghan Burggraaf Francisco Bilbao Robert Herndon Radcliff V Paige Marsden McCabe

CITY FIRE CoCo Switlyk Jennifer F. Williams Bradley Mallett Anthony Vita

CITIZENS FIRST W. Lord Lyall IV Nicholas E. Johnson James Mirikitani Brent Hamill

UNITED HEALTHCARE Charly Quincoces Cendoya Miguel Lis Planells Jason Kyle Pascarella Francisco Llosa

Game 1 McLin Burnsed (11) Citizens First (9)

Game 3 Citizens First (13) City Fire (11)

Game 2 United Healthcare (13) City Fire (7)

Final Game McLin Burnsed (13) United Healthcare (10)

Most Valuable Player: Francisco Bilbao Best Playing Pony: Juliette owned by Pascarella Family Officials: David Olivas, Nicholas C. Johnson Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora 400


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FLORIDA CIRCUIT AMATEUR CUP (6 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida October 14-16, 2016

CITIZENS FIRST BANK Left to Right: CoCo Switlyk, Nick Johnson, Jamie Mirikitani, Casey Hoskins CITIZENS FIRST BANK CoCo Switlyk James Mirikitani Nicholas E. Johnson Casey B. Hoskins

CITY FIRE George Switlyk Andrew Moran Charly Quincoces Cendoya Diego Ramon Ferreira

ARDENS JEWLERS Jason G. Cashin II Laura Alexandra Willson Rob Gray III Francisco Bilbao

UNITED HEALTHCARE Miguel Lis Planells W. Lord Lyall IV Paige Marsden McCabe Luis Saracco

Game 1 United Healthcare (10) City Fire (8)

Game 3 Ardens Jewlers (9) City Fire (7)

Game 2 Citizens First Bank (9.5) Ardens Jewlers (9)

Final Game Citizens First Bank (8.5) United Healthcare (8)

Most Valuable Player: Casey Hoskins Best Playing Pony: Piabla owned by Luis Saracco Officials: David Olivas, Francisco Bilbao Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® FLORIDA CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (6 Goal) Sarasota Polo Club • Sarasota, Florida February 2-16, 2016

RULE ONE/SHEPERD PARTNERS From Left to Right: Stuart Campbell, Luis Galvan, Tony Natale, Phil Town RULE ONE/SHEPARD PARTNERS Stuart I. Campbell Phil Town Tony Natale Luis F. Galvan HILLCROFT FARM Francisco Llosa Robert Herndon Radcliff V James Mather Miller Renee T. Strickland

SOUTHSIDE Raymond Richard Guest Walter E. Schott III Matt Sekera Walter “Buck” Schott IV

Game 3 Hillcroft Farm (11) Southside (9.5)

WHISKEY POND James Mirikitani Brent Hamill Casey B. Hoskins Gabriel Maldonado

Game 1 Rule One/Shepard Partners (12) Southside (6)

Game 4 Rule One/Shepard Partners (18) Whiskey Pond (3.5)

Game 6 Whiskey Pond (10) Southside (9.5)

Game 2 Whiskey Pond (10) Hillcroft Farm (7)

Game 5 Hillcroft Farm (13) Rule One/Shepard Partners (12)

Final Game Rule One/Shepard Partners (11) Whiskey Pond (7.5)

Most Valuable Player: James Mirikitani Best Playing Pony: Moonshine owned by Stuart Campbell Officials: Apolinar Baez, Sain Flera Joseph, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Trey Schott 402


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FLORIDA CIRCUIT OFFICER’S CUP (4-8 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida October 21-23, 2016

UNITED HEALTHCARE Left to Right: Francisco Bilbao, Paige McCabe, Casey Hoskins, CoCo Switlyk UNITED HEALTHCARE Paige Marsden McCabe Casey B. Hoskins CoCo Switlyk Francisco Bilbao

FROSS & FROSS Rob Gray III Susan Doyle Diego Ramon Ferreira Luis Eduardo Saracco Marcelo Torres

CITY FIRE Jason G. Cashin II Nicholas E. Johnson Charly Quincoces Cendoya George Switlyk

MCLIN BURNSED W. Lord Lyall IV Laura Alexandra Willson Joseph John Watkins James Mirikitani

Game 1 McLin Burnsed (9.5) City Fire (9)

Game 3 Fross & Fross (9) City Fire (8)

Game 2 United Healthcare (10) Fross & Fross (6)

Final Game United Healthcare (11) McLin Burnsed (9.5)

Most Valuable Player: Francisco Bilbao Best Playing Pony: Viru owned by Francisco Bilbao Officials: George Olivas, Charly Quincoces Cendoya Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora 403


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® FLORIDA CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (8 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida November 11-13, 2016

FROSS & FROSS Left to Right: Laura Willson, Paige McCabe, Herndon Radcliff, Francisco Bilbao FROSS & FROSS Laura Alexandra Willson Francisco Bilbao Robert Herndon Radcliff V Paige Marsden McCabe

CITY FIRE Andrew F. Moran Charly Quincoces Cendoya Anthony Vita Jason G. Cashin II

ARDEN JEWELERS Brent Hamill W. Lord Lyall IV James Mirikitani Nicholas E. Johnson

UNITED HEALTHCARE Horacio Onetto Casey B. Hoskins Derek Joseph Berg Francisco Llosa

Game 1 Fross & Fross (15) City Fire (11)

Game 3 Arden Jewelers (13) City Fire (8)

Game 2 United Healthcare (12) Arden Jewelers (11)

Final Game Fross & Fross (11) United Healthcare (8)

Most Valuable Player: Francisco Bilbao Best Playing Pony: Rosita owned by Francisco Bilbao Officials: George Olivas, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora 404


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FLORIDA CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (6-8 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida September 30-October 2, 2016

RULE ONE Left to Right: Charly Cendoya, Lord Lyall, Jason Cashin, Phil Town RULE ONE Jason G. Cashin II W. Lord Lyall IV Charly Quincoces Cendoya Philip Town

MCLIN BURNSED Luis Eduardo Saracco George Switlyk Rob Gray III Francisco Llosa

CITIZENS FIRST Paige Marsden McCabe Casey B. Hoskins Laura Alexandra Willson James Mirikitani

UNITED HEALTHCARE Andrew F. Moran Nicholas E. Johnson Francisco Bilbao CoCo Switlyk

Game 1 Rule One (8) McLin Burnsed (8)

Game 3 McLin Burnsed (6) United Healthcare (5)

Game 2 United Healthcare (10) Citizens First (11)

Final Game Rule One (8) Citizens First (7)

Most Valuable Player: Jason G. Cashin II Best Playing Pony: Ginger owned by Jamie Mirikitani Officials: George Olivas, Luis Eduardo Saracco Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora 405


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® FLORIDA CIRCUIT CONSTITUTION CUP (6 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida October 7-9, 2016

MCLIN BURNSED Left to Right: George Switlyk, Casey Hoskins, Lord Lyall, Francisco Bilbao CITY FIRE Jason G. Cashin II Janis L. Pascarella Paige Marsden McCabe James Mirikitani Jenny Pascarella

MCLIN BURNSED W. Lord Lyall IV Casey B. Hoskins George Switlyk Francisco Llosa ARDENS JEWLERS CoCo Switlyk Charly Quincoces Cendoya Francisco Llosa Rob Gray III

FROSS & FROSS Joseph John Watkins Laura Alexandra Willson Luis Eduardo Saracco Nicholas E. Johnson

Game 1 Ardens Jewlers (7) Fross & Fross (5)

Game 3 Fross & Fross (10) City Fire (9)

Game 2 McLin Burnsed (8) City Fire (6)

Final Game McLin Burnsed (8) Ardens Jewlers (7)

Most Valuable Player: CoCo Switlyk Best Playing Pony: Phil owned by Lory Lyall Officials: George Olivas, Luis Eduardo Saracco Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora 406


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FLORIDA CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (6 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida November 18-20, 2016

CITY FIRE Left to Right: Laura Willson, Paige McCabe, Herndon Radcliff, Francisco Bilbao CITY FIRE Laura Alexandra Willson Francisco Bilbao Robert Herndon Radcliff V Paige Marsden McCabe

MCLIN BURNSED Brent Hamill James Mirikitani Nicholas E. Johnson W. Lord Lyall IV

CITIZENS FIRST Andrew F. Moran Meghan Burggraaf Charly Quincoces Cendoya Anthony Vita

UNITED HEALTHCARE Horacio Onetto Casey B. Hoskins Derek Joseph Berg Francisco Llosa

Game 1 Mclin Burnsed (14) Citizens First (11)

Game 3 United Healthcare (12) Citizens First (9)

Game 2 City Fire (13) United Healthcare (13)

Final Game City Fire (11) Mclin Burnsed (10)

Most Valuable Player: Robert Herndon Radcliff V Best Playing Pony: Aliveria owned by Nick Johnson Officials: George Olivas, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora 407


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® FLORIDA CIRCUIT HALL OF FAME CHALLENGE CUP (6 Goal) Sarasota Polo Club • Sarasota, Florida March 5-19, 2016

SOUTHSIDE/WHISKEY POND Left to Right: Matt Sekera, Brent Hamill, Raymond Guest, Jamie Mirikitani SOUTHSIDE/ WHISKEY POND Matt Sekera Raymond Richard Guest Brent Hamill James Mirikitani

NEW HOPE/ BROOKLAND Timothy Cheromcka Eddy Roberto Martinez Dennys Antonio Santana Thomas J.J. Ravenel

BAREFIELD POLO Walter “Buck” Schott IV Mark Andrew Mulligan Walter E. Schott III Joshua Lee Shelton

RULE ONE/SHEPERD PARTNERS Anneke Beck Tony Natale Stuart I. Campbell Luis F. Galvan

Game 1 Rule One/Shepard Partners (9) Barefield Polo (7)

Game 3 Barefield Polo (10) New Hope/Brookland (9)

Game 5 Southside/Whiskey Pond (12) Barefield Polo (7)

Game 2 Southside/Whiskey Pond (7) New Hope/Brookland (6)

Game 4 Rule One/Shepard Partners (12) New Hope/Brookland (7)

Final Game Southside/Whiskey Pond (10) Rule One/Shepard Partners (7)

Most Valuable Player: James Mirikitani Best Playing Pony: Valentina owned by Stuart Campbell Officials: Hamish Bray, Ronnie Hayes, George Alexander Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Trey Schott 408


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FLORIDA CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0-2 Goal) Grand Champions Polo Club • Wellington, Florida May 21, 2016

GREEN Left to Right: Justin Daniels, Benji Daniels, Alyssa Tranchilla, Landen Daniels GREEN Justin Eckbo Daniels Benjamin George Daniels Alyssa Carrera Tranchilla Landen Eckbo Daniels

PURPLE Riley M. Ganzi Grant Maxwell Ganzi Rachel Kelly Santos Bollini

Final Game Green (4) Purple (2)

All Stars: Justin Daniels, Grant Ganzi, Santos Bollini, Riley Ganzi Officials: Dale Joseph Schwetz, J. Horton Schwartz III 409


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FLORIDA CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (-4-0 Goal) International Polo Club Palm Beach • Wellington, Florida April 11, 2016

WHITE Left to Right: Tiernan Tognini, Lucas Escobar, Tenzin Tognini, Liam Lott WHITE Teirnan Tognini Tenzin Aiden Tognini Liam Preston Lott Lucas Escobar

BLUE Justin Eckbo Daniels Benjamin George Daniels Jacobo Bacariza Jacqueline Marie Casey

Final Game White (8) Blue (7)

All Stars: Justin Daniels, Benji Daniels, Lucas Escobar, Tenzin Tognini Officials: Sain Flera Joseph, Juan Carlos Gonzalez Equine Welfare Representative: Haley Byan 410


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FLORIDA CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (-4-0 Goal) Santa Clara Polo Club • Wellington, Florida March 19, 2016

SANTA CLARA Left to Right: Harry Caldwell, Charlie Caldwell, Lucas Escobar, Matias Gonzalez SANTA CLARA Matias Diego Gonzalez Lucas Escobar Harry R. Caldwell Charlie R Caldwell

SANTA CLARITA Liam Preston Lott Jack McLean Tiernan Tognini Tenzin Aiden Tognini

Final Game Santa Clara (5) Santa Clarita (3)

All Stars: Matias Gonzalez, Tenzin Tognini, Lucas Escobar, Harry Caldwell Officials: Geronimo Obregon, Constancio Vicente Caset, Patrick M. Uretz 411


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® FLORIDA CIRCUIT WOMENS’ CHALLENGE (0-4 Goal) The Villages Polo Club • The Villages, Florida October 28-30, 2016

FROSS & FROSS Left to Right: Claire Brougham, Cecelia Cochran, Karen Reese, Tess Pimsner FROSS & FROSS Claire Brougham Karen Reese Cecelia G. Cochran Tess Maxine Pimsner

ARDENS JEWELERS Courtney Diana Asdourian Paige Marsden McCabe Jolie L. Liston Theresa A. King

Game 1 Ardens Jewelers (4) Fross & Fross (3.5)

Final Game Fross & Fross (7.5) Ardens Jewelers (2)

Most Valuable Player: Courtney Diana Asdourian Best Playing Pony: Bill owned by Herndon Radcliff Officials: George Olivas, Charly Quincoces Cendoya Equine Welfare Representative: Carlos Zamora 412


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HALL OF FAME CUP (22-26 Goal) International Polo Club Palm Beach • Wellington, Florida April 18, 2016

ASPEN VALLEY POLO Left to Right: Gonzalito Rodrigo, Juan Bollini, Sebi Merlos, Grant Ganzi ASPEN VALLEY POLO Gonzalito Rodrigo Sebastian Merlos Juan Bollini Jr. Grant Maxwell Ganzi

GRAND CHAMPIONS Juan Bollini Nicolas E. Roldan Agustin Merlos Alexandra Webb

Final Game Aspen Valley Polo (10) Grand Champions (8)

Most Valuable Player: Grant Maxwell Ganzi Officials: Ronnie Hayes, Sain Flera Joseph 413


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HERBIE PENNELL CUP (20 Goal) International Polo Club Palm Beach • Wellington, Florida December 31, 2015-January 3, 2016

COCA-COLA Left to Right: Steve Krueger, Julio Arellano, Sugar Erskine, Gillian Johnston COCA-COLA Steven A. Krueger Gillian E. Johnston Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Julio Arellano

LA INDIANA Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Jack “Ruki” Baillieu Joao Paulo Ganon Michael D. Bickford

ENIGMA Jerome Wirth Matias MacDonough Jeff Hall Carlos Arellano Jr.

VILLA DEL LAGO Augustin Maria Obregon James Zenni Guillermo Agustin Aguero Hilario Ulloa

Game 1 Coca-Cola (15) Enigma (10)

Game 2 Enigma (14) La Indiana (10)

Final Game Coca-Cola (15) Villa Del Lago (14)

Most Valuable Player: Hilario Ulloa Best Playing Pony: Tinsel owned by Gillian Johnston Officials: J. Horton Schwartz III, Hector Galindo, Ronnie Hayes Equine Welfare Representative: Paul Wollenman 414


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 IGLEHART CUP (20 Goal) International Polo Club Palm Beach • Wellington, Florida February 28-March 5, 2016

TONKAWA Left to Right: Gonzalo Deltour, Sebastian Merlos, Jeff Hildebrand, Mason Wroe TONKAWA Mason P. Wroe Sebastian Merlos Gonzalo Deltour Jeffery D. Hildebrand

ENIGMA Carlos Arellano Jr. Matias MacDonough Jeff Hall Jerome Wirth

Final Game Tonkawa (13) Enigma (12)

Most Valuable Player: Carlos Arellano Jr. Best Playing Pony: Farista owned by Matias MacDonough Officials: Hector Galindo, Kimo Huddleston, Carlos M. Galindo Equine Welfare Representative: Paul Wollenman 415


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® JOE BARRY CUP (20 Goal) International Polo Club Palm Beach • Wellington, Florida January 6-24, 2016

PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED /TECHNOGYM Left to Right: Sharon Barry, Jesse Bray, Facundo Obregon, Jared Zenni, Nacho Badiola PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED / TECHNOGYM Jesse C. Bray Ignacio Badiola James Jared Zenni Facundo Obregon AUDI /MILLARVILLE Nicolas Roldan Julian Guy Mannix Fred H. Mannix Marc C. Ganzi Grant Maxwell Ganzi COCA-COLA Gillian E. Johnston Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Julio Arellano Steven A. Krueger DUBAI Diego Tomas Cavanagh Alejo Taranco Carlos Gracida Jr. Rashid Albwardy Leonardo Mandelbaum

ENIGMA Jerome Wirth Jeff Hall Matias MacDonough Carlos Arellano Jr. LA INDIANA Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Tomas Collingwood Michael D. Bickford Joao Paulo Ganon Jack “Ruki” Baillieu ORCHARD HILL Stephen A. Van Andel Facundo Pieres Pablo “Polito” Pieres Lucas A. Criado Donovan Stratemann Benjamin Jose Avendano Mariano Peke Gonzalez

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TONKAWA Sebastian Merlos Mason P. Wroe Gonzalo Deltour Jeffery D. Hildebrand Lucas Gaetano Arellano VALIENTE Robert P. Jornayvaz III Roberto Zedda Santiago Torres Santiago Chavanne VILLA DEL LAGO Raul Colombres James Zenni Guillermo Agustin Aguero Hilario Ulloa Augustin Maria Obregon


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATIONÂŽ 2017 Game 1 Enigma (12) La Indiana (9)

Game 7 Villa Del Lago (11) Tonkawa (7)

Game 13 Enigma (11) Villa Del Lago (7)

Game 2 Coca-Cola (12) Tonkawa (8)

Game 8 Dubai (11) Valiente (9)

Game 14 Audi/Millarville (11) Valiente (10)

Game 3 Enigma (17) Coca-Cola (12)

Game 9 Villa Del Lago (12) Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (11)

Game 15 Orchard Hill (17) Dubai (9)

Game 4 Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (12) La Indiana (6) Game 5 Dubai (12) Audi/Millarville (9) Game 6 Orchard Hill (11) Valiente (10)

Game 10 Audi/Millarville (11) Orchard Hill (9)

Game 16 Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (9) Enigma (6)

Game 11 Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (15) Coca-Cola (10)

Game 17 Villa Del Lago (11) Dubai (10)

Game 12 Tonkawa (11) La Indiana (9)

Final Game Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (14) Villa Del Lago (13)

Most Valuable Player: Facundo Obregon Best Playing Pony: Nobel owned by Hilario Ulloa Officials: J. Horton Schwartz III, Kevin Fawcett, Hamish Bray, Julian Appleby Equine Welfare Representative: Paul Wollenman

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® LAKES CUP (0-2 Goal) Port Mayaca Polo Club • Okeechobee, Florida February 3-27, 2016

GSA POLO Left to Right: Julio Gracida, Leo Mandelbaum, Mackenzie Weisz, Meghan Gracida, Memo Gracida GSA POLO MT. BRILLIANT TITOS POLO Joaquin Panelo Hutton Gregory Goodman Neil C. Osburg Kristos Magrini Julian Daniels Shane Justin Rice Henry James Porter Harold Goodman II Joe Wayne Barry Matias G. Magrini Juan Monteverde James Ilsley Uihlein BEVERLY POLO William Ballhaus Ramiro Cordero Luis Escobar Wesley D. Finlayson

SKANEATELES Cesar Jimenez Martin S. Cregg Constancio Vicente Caset Mariano Obregon Jr.

VILLAGES Peter von Gontard Jr. Paige Boone James Mirikitani Francisco Bilbao

HERRADURA Julio F. Gracida Guillermo M. Gracida Jr. Sarah Magness Sergio Silvestre

STARFISH Jason Wates Cecelia G. Cochran Robert Flynn Orthwein Stephen Orthwein Jr.

WILD CAT Ryan Gilbertson Nicholas E. Johnson Patrick M. Uretz Jason K. Crowder

Game 2 GSA Polo (12) Mt. Brilliant (6)

Game 3 Herradura (13) Beverly Polo (10)

MT. AIRY Adrian M. Wade Garrick Steele Alec Douglas Scott-Barnes Armando Huerta Game 1 Beverly Polo (12) Mt. Airy (7)

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Game 4 Villages (9) Starfish (8)

Game 8 GSA Polo (10) Wild Cat (5)

Game 12 Wild Cat (10) Skaneateles (5)

Game 5 Wild Cat (9) Titos Polo (8)

Game 9 Herradura (10) Mt. Airy (5)

Game 13 GSA Polo (9) Starfish (8)

Game 6 Titos Polo (12) Starfish (7)

Game 10 Mt. Brilliant (8) Titos Polo (6)

Game 14 Herradura (5) Skaneateles (3)

Game 7 Mt. Brilliant (8) Villages (5)

Game 11 Skaneateles (9) Beverly Polo (6)

Final Game GSA Polo (8) Herradura (7)

Most Valuable Player: Joaquin Panelo Best Playing Pony: Marianella owned by Memo Gracida Officials: Ronnie Hayes, Hamish Bray 419


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® RINGLING CUP (6 Goal) Sarasota Polo Club • Sarasota, Florida March 26-April 9, 2016

SOUTHSIDE /WHISKEY POND Left to Right: Brent Hamill, Raymond Guest, Matt Sekera, James Mirikitani SOUTHSIDE / WHISKEY POND James Mirikitani Matt Sekera Raymond Richard Guest Brent Hamill

BAREFIELD POLO / RULE ONE Stuart I. Campbell Francisco Llosa Mark Andrew Mulligan Anneke Beck

NEW HOPE /SHEPERD PARTNERS Luis F. Galvan Dennys Antonio Santana Tony Natale Timothy Cheromcka

Game 1 Barefield Polo /Rule One (12) New Hope /Sheperd Partners (11)

Game 2 Southside /Whiskey Pond (11) New Hope /Sheperd Partners (8)

Final Game Southside /Whiskey Pond (11) Barefield Polo /Rule One (10)

Most Valuable Player: James Mirikitani Officials: Apolinar Baez, Alejandro M. Roldan, Joshua Lee Shelton 420


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 ROBERT A. UIHLEIN JR. MEMORIAL (8 Goal) Sarasota Polo Club • Sarasota, Florida February 12-28, 2016

WILDCAT Left to Right: Nick Johnson, Ryan Gilbertson, Chris Nevins, Jason Crowder WILDCAT Christopher Nevins Nicholas E. Johnson Ryan Gilbertson Jason K. Crowder

THE VILLAGES POLO Francisco Bilbao Paige Marsden McCabe Peter Von Gotard Jr. James Mirikitani

THE VILLAGES Nico Harriet Alan Martinez Eddy Roberto Martinez James H. Parr

TITOS Neil C. Osburg Joe Wayne Barry Shane Justin Rice James Ilsley Uihlein

Game 1 Titos (11) The Villages (9)

Game 3 Wildcat (10) Titos (8)

Game 5 The Villages (10) Wildcat (8)

Game 2 Wildcat (9) The Villages Polo (7)

Game 4 The Villages Polo (9) Titos (8)

Final Game Wildcat (12) The Villages (9)

Most Valuable Player: Jason K. Crowder Best Playing Pony: Juan Pablo owned by G String Polo Officials: Daniel M. Gallegos, Sain Flera Joseph Equine Welfare Representative: Trey Schott 421


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SHADY LADY (10-12 Goal) Port Mayaca Polo Club • Okeechobee, Florida March 9-10, 2016

STARFISH/ASHBLUE Left to Right: Doug Barnes, Cecelia Cochran, Jason Wates, Armando Huerta STARFISH/ASH BLUE Alec Douglas Scott-Barnes Cecelia G. Cochran Jason Wates Armando Huerta

FARAWAY Lucas Lalor Hutton Gregory Goodman Julian Daniels Brenna Gunnell

BANBURY CROSS Stephen Orthwein Jr. Richard Lepore Charlie Law Thomas N. Gunnell

PMPC Carlucho Arrellano Sylvio Coutinho Cadell L. Alexander William Johnston

Game 1 Starfish/Ash Blue (6) Faraway (5)

Game 3 Faraway (12) PMPC (10)

Game 2 Banbury Cross (8) PMPC (7)

Final Game Starfish/Ash Blue (9) Banbury Cross (8)

Most Valuable Player: Jason Wates Best Playing Pony: Misty owned by Zulu Scott-Barnes Officials: Sain Flera Joseph, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Laura Linfoot 422


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SIEBER MEMORIAL (8-12 Goal) Grand Champions Polo Club • Wellington, Florida February 13-March 6, 2016

TRAVIESO Left to Right: Teodoro Calle, Anthony Calle, Felipe Viana, Pedro Falabella TRAVIESO Anthony Calle Pedro Falabella Jr. Felipe Hector Viana Teodoro F. Calle

HIGH GROUND/GSA Martin Valent Joseph P. Meyer Juan Zubia Henry James Porter

PALM BEACH POLO Glenn Straub Matthew Anthony Coppola Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Robert M. Stenzel

ALTAIR Ashley E. Van Meter Wesley D. Finlayson Brandon Phillips Marianno Gracida

LA HERRADURA Guillermo M. Gracida Jr. Julio F. Gracida Nicolas Escobar Alvaro Fernandez

PONY EXPRESS Robert Daniels Bautista Urbina Benjamin George Daniels Tomas Goti

DUTTA CORP Alejandro Diaz Alberdi Carlos Gracida Jr. Timmy Dutta Tim Dutta

MT. BRILLIANT/ FARAWAY Julian Daniels Harold V.Goodman II Hutton Gregory Goodman Juan Monteverde

SD FARMS Cesar Polledo Bautista Micheletti Sayyu Dantata Cody Ellis

FLEXJET Leonardo Mandelbaum Malcolm Borwick Stewart L. Armstrong Charlie Law GOOSE CREEK Mariano Gonzalez Juan Bollini Jr. Marc C. Ganzi Maureen C. Brennan

NEWPORT Oakleigh Thorne Michel Dorignac Eugene Goldstein Alberto Zubiaurre PALM BEACH EQUINE Agustin Murphy Arellano Scott Swerdlin Raul Juan Colombres Ezequiel Zubiaurre 423

SKANEATELES Constancio Vicente Caset Mariano Obregon Jr. Cesar Jimenez Martin S. Cregg VALIENTE Robert P. Jornayvaz IV Lucas Gaetano Arellano Facundo Obregon Juan Martin Obregon


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WHITEHALL RANCH Wesley J. Uys Miguel Angel Torres Jr. William H. Lane Jr. Marcos Alberdi Game 1 Altair (13) Newport (12)

Game 11 SD Farms (12) Goose Creek (9)

Game 21 Travieso (23) Dutta Corp (6)

Game 2 Dutta Corp (7) High Ground/GSA (5)

Game 12 Flexjet (10) Palm Beach Equine (9)

Game 22 High Ground/GSA (13) Travieso (6)

Game 3 La Herradura (11) Whitehall Ranch (7)

Game 13 Pony Express (7) Altair (5)

Game 23 Newport (12) Mt. Brilliant/Faraway (10)

Game 4 Travieso (10) Valiente (9)

Game 14 Mt. Brilliant/Faraway (8) Altair (7)

Game 24 SD Farms (12) Palm Beach Equine (6)

Game 5 Palm Beach Polo (8) Skaneateles (6)

Game 15 Goose Creek (6) Flexjet (6)

Game 25 Travieso (11) Flexjet (8)

Game 6 Flexjet (9) SD Farms (8)

Game 16 Valiente (7) Dutta Corp (5)

Game 26 Valiente (7) SD Farms (6)

Game 7 Skaneateles (9) Whitehall Ranch (7)

Game 17 Palm Beach Equine (11) Goose Creek (7)

Game 8 Valiente (11) High Ground/GSA (6)

Game 18 Skaneateles (8) La Herradura (6)

Game 27 Newport (13) Palm Beach Polo (9) Game 28 Valiente (9) Skaneateles (8)

Game 9 Mt. Brilliant/Faraway (13) Pony Express (9)

Game 19 Newport (14) Pony Express (13)

Game 10 Palm Beach Polo (9) La Herradura (8)

Game 20 Palm Beach Polo (10) Whitehall Ranch (9)

Final Game Travieso (13) Newport (10)

Most Valuable Player: Pedro Falabella Jr. Best Playing Pony: Pijana owned by Tatin Zubiaurre Officials: Hector Galindo, Ronnie Hayes Equine Welfare Representative: Daren Tamplin 424


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 TABEBUIA CUP (0-2 Goal) Port Mayaca Polo Club • Okeechobee, Florida February 25-27, 2016

MICHELOB ULTRA/STARFISH Left to Right: Tiffany Busch, Claire Broughton, Cecelia Cochran, Malia Bryan MICHELOB ULTRA/ STARFISH Tiffany Busch Cecelia G. Cochran Claire Broughton Malia Bryan

TAYLOR HILL FARM Clarissa Echezarreta Karen Reese Julia J. Steiner Sarah Runnells Martin

Final Game Michelob Ultra/Starfish (3) Taylor Hill Farm (2)

Most Valuable Player: Malia Bryant Best Playing Pony: Faline owned by Julia Steiner Officials: Hamish Bray, Juan Carlos Gonzalez 425


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® WAYNE BROWN CUP (4-8 Goal) Sarasota Polo Club • Sarasota, Florida January 23-February 6, 2016

RULE ONE/SHEPARDS PARTNERS Left to Right: Stuart Campbell, Luis Galvan, Tony Natale, Phil Town RULE ONE/SHEPARD PARTNERS Luis F. Galvan Phil Town Stuart I. Campbell Tony Natale

NEW HOPE Timothy Cheromcka Dennys Antonio Santana Nicholas E. Johnson Luis Carion

WHISKEY POND Brent Hamill James Mirikitani Casey B. Hoskins Gabbi Maldonado

HILLCROFT FARM James Mather Miller Robert Herndon Radcliff V Holly L. Chamberlain Francisco Llosa Game 1 Rule One/Shepard Partners (12) Hillcroft Farm (9.5) Game 2 Southside Polo (11) Whiskey Pond (9.5) Game 3 Rule One/Shepard Partners (10) New Hope (7)

SOUTHSIDE POLO Raymond Richard Guest Trey Schott Matt Sekera Buck Schott

Game 4 Hillcroft Farm (10) Southside Polo (7)

Game 7 Hillcroft Farm (12) Whiskey Pond (8.5)

Game 5 Hillcroft Farm (10.5) New Hope (5)

Game 8 New Hope (7) Southside Polo (6)

Game 6 Rule One/Shepard Partners (13) Whiskey Pond (10.5)

Game 9 Whiskey Pond (11.5) New Hope (9)

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Final Game Rule One/Shepard Partners (13) Hillcroft Farm (12)

Most Valuable Player: Phil Town Best Playing Pony: Brillante owned by Stuart Campbell Officials: Hamish Bray, Daniel M. Gallegos Equine Welfare Representative: Trey Schott 427


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® WCT QUALIFIER (12-16 Goal) Palm City Polo Club • Boynton Beach, Florida March 30, 2016

VI POLO Left to Right: Dawn Weber, Emilia Galindo, Lindsay Dolan, Maureen Brennan VI POLO Maureen C. Brennan Lindsay D. Dolan Emilia L. Galindo Dawn M. Weber

PALM CITY PINK Courtney Diana Asdourian Tiana Smicklas Jacqueline Marie Casey Kathy Iverson

Final Game VI Polo (6) Palm City Pink (4.5)

Most Valuable Player: Courtney Diana Asdourian Best Playing Pony: Ellie owned by Emilia Galindo Officials: Apolinar Baez Equine Welfare Representative: Lindsay Dolan 428


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 YLVISAKER CUP (20 Goal) International Polo Club Palm Beach • Wellington, Florida January 27-February 21, 2016 AUDI /MILLARVILLE Nicolas E. Roldan Julian Guy Mannix Fred H. Mannix Marc C. Ganzi Grant Maxwell Ganzi COCA-COLA Gillian E. Johnston Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Julio Arellano Steven A. Krueger DUBAI Diego Tomas Cavanagh Rashid Albwardy Carlos Gracida Jr. Alejo Taranco ENIGMA Carlos Arellano Jr. Matias MacDonough Jerome Wirth Jeff Hall

Game 1 Orchard Hill (13) Tonkawa (9) Game 2 Valiente (14) Coca-Cola (13) Game 3 White Birch (16) Audi/Millarville (9)

HORSEWARE /5 STAR /TACKERIA Matthew A. Coppola Bradley Mallett Michael Vincent Azzaro Hugo P.E. Lloret Stephen Orthwein Jr.

TONKAWA Lucas Gaetano Arellano Jeffery D. Hildebrand Gonzalo Deltour Sebastian Merlos Mason P. Wroe

LA INDIANA Jack “Ruki” Baillieu Michael D. Bickford Joao Paulo Ganan Tomas Collingwood

VALIENTE Ralph Richardson Thomas Beresford Adolfo Cambiaso Robert P. Jornayvaz III Felipe Hector Viana

ORCHARD HILL Mariano Peke Gonzalez Facundo Pieres Lucas A. Criado Stephen A. Van Andel

VILLA DEL LAGO James J. Zenni Jr. Guillermo Agustin Aguero Hilario Ulloa Augustin Maria Obregon

PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED / TECHNOGYM Ignacio Badiola James Jared Zenni Facundo Obregon Jesse C. Bray

WHITE BIRCH Peter N. Brant Tomas Alberdi Ezequiel Ferrario Mariano Aguerre

Game 4 Horseware /5 Star /Tackeria (11) La Indiana (10)

Game 7 Tonkawa (17) Horseware /5 Star / Tackeria (11)

Game 5 Enigma (11) Villa Del Lago (7)

Game 8 Dubai (11) La Indiana (9)

Game 6 Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (12) Dubai (11)

Game 9 Orchard Hill (9) Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (5)

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Game 10 Valiente (13) Enigma (12)

Game 16 Valiente (12) Audi/Millarville (10)

Game 22 Valiente (9) Tonkawa (6)

Game 11 Villa Del Lago (12) Audi/Millarville (9)

Game 17 Dubai (11) Tonkawa (6)

Game 12 Coca-Cola (12) White Birch (8)

Game 18 White Birch (10) Enigma (6)

Game 23 Valiente (13) Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (10)

Game 13 Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (17) Horseware /5 Star / Tackeria (5)

Game 19 Orchard Hill (12) Enigma (10)

Game 14 Coca-Cola (13) Villa Del Lago (6) Game 15 Orchard Hill (10) La Indiana (6)

Game 24 Orchard Hill (4) Dubai (3)

Game 20 Palm Beach Illustrated / Technogym (8) White Birch (3) Game 21 Dubai (12) Coca-Cola (7)

Final Game not played Equine Welfare Representative: Paul Wollenman 430


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT INTRA CIRCUIT CUP (8-12 Goal) Hawaii Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii July 22, 2016

NOH FOODS Left to Right: Raymond Noh, Mark Becker, Jose Labbe, Julian Alvarez NOH FOODS Julian Alvarez Jose Labbe Mark W. Becker Raymond E. Noh

EQUUS HOTEL Michael Dailey Devon M. Dailey Robert Charles McDonald Val B. Baliad

Final Game Noh Foods (6) Equus Hotel (5)

Most Valuable Player: Jose Labbe Best Playing Pony: Iced Tea owned by Raymond Noh 431


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT AMATEUR CUP (0 Goal) Hawaii Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii August 5, 2016

NOH FOODS Left to Right: Tyneski Quintel, Allyssa Barlow, Raymond Noh, Derek Na’auau NOH FOODS Tyneski Kanani Quintel Allyssa Janine Barlow Derrick G. Na’auau Raymond E. Noh

SKYDIVE HAWAII Mark W. Becker Javier Alfredo Garcia Frank “TK” Hinshaw Frank Machala Hinshaw

Final Game Noh Foods (8) Skydive Hawaii (6)

Most Valuable Player: Frank “TK” Hinshaw Best Playing Pony: Scooby owned by Raymond Noh Equine Welfare Representative: Chris Dawson 432


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT AMATEUR CUP (0 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kahului, Hawaii September 14-18, 2016

GYPSY MAUI FOOD TRUCK Left to Right: Ronaldo Panzarini, Dewitt Weymouth, Olaf Behrendt, John Troxel FUZIONFIT Danielle Leigh Travis Kaulike Rice Robert C. Danna McDonald Colin Thomas Tyrrell

GYPSY MAUI FOOD TRUCK Ronaldo Panzarini Olaf Behrendt John Keith Troxel Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth

Final Game Gypsy Maui Food Truck (5) Fuzionfit (4)

Most Valuable Player: Ronaldo Panzarini Best Playing Pony: Curly Sue owned by Kaulike Rice Officials: Herman L. DeCoite, Robert J. Nooney, Jessica Cole Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 433


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT AMATEUR CUP (0 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii June 5, 2016

ONIPAA Left to Right: Carrie Williams, Sarah Agnew-Miller, Ronnie Tongg, Khai Aqon ONIPAA Ynyr Khai Agon Ronald P. Tongg Sarah Agnew-Miller Carrie Williams

SUNSET RANCH Michael A. Ebinger Leon I. Broughton Gregory James McIntosh Elizabeth P. Cambra

Final Game Onipaa (5) Sunset Ranch (1)

Most Valuable Player: Carrie Williams Best Playing Pony: Roxy owned by AKH Officials: Jesse T. Neuwirth, Allen K. Hoe Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 434


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT AMATEUR CUP (0-3 Goal) Mauna Kea Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii December 4-14, 2016

MAUNA KEA BEACH HOTEL Left to Right: Tom Richmond, Jed Ednie, Lori Bergin, Erin Matsui MAUNA KEA BEACH HOTEL Lori Lynn Bergin Kaulike Rice Jed D. Ednie Tom E. Richmond Erin Matsui

HAPUNA BEACH HOTEL Ashley Brooks Kendell D. Shamel Jason Ross Lau Stephanie Keily Lilah Ellis

Final Game Mauna Kea Beach Hotel (9) Hapuna Beach Hotel (8)

Most Valuable Player: Jason Ross Lau Best Playing Pony: Ziggy owned by Kaulike Rice Officials: George Hedemann, Mark W. Becker, Robert Carlton Equine Welfare Representative: Lori Bergin 435


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (0-4 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii October 14, 2016

HONOLULU POLO Left to Right: Bob Miller, Sarah Aqnew Miller, Ronnie Tongg, Khai Agon HONOLULU POLO Ynyr Khai Ian Elon Agon Ronald P. Tongg Sarah D. Miller Robert F. Miller

NALO BLUES Michael A. Ebinger Steven L. Ching Leon I. Broughton Gregory James McIntosh Blandon Pitzel

Final Game Honolulu Polo (8) Nalo Blues (5)

Most Valuable Player: Ynyr Khai Ian Elon Agon Best Playing Pony: Siete owned by Bob Miller Officials: Jesse T. Neuwirth, Allen K. Hoe Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 436


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (4-6 Goal) Hawaii Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii July 8-10, 2016

EQUUS HOTEL Left to Right: Devon Dailey, Mike Dailey, Levi Rita, Noelani Picollo EQUUS HOTEL Michael Dailey Devon M. Dailey Levi Rita Noelani Louise Picollo

NOH FOODS Allyssa Janine Barlow Wyatt Rita Julian Alvares Raymond E. Noh

Final Game Equus Hotel (5) Noh Foods (3)

Most Valuable Player: Devon M. Dailey Best Playing Pony: Melvin owned by Levi Rita Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 437


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-4 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii September 14, 2016

SUNSET REALTY Left to Right: Alana Benz, Blandon Pitzel, Greg McIntosh, Leon Broughton, Jesse Neuwirth SUNSET REALTY Blandon Pitzel Jesse T. Neuwirth Leon I. Broughton Gregory James McIntosh Alana Benz

LOS LOBOS Michael A. Ebinger Ynyr Khai Ian Elon Agon Allen K. Hoe Steven L. Ching

Final Game Sunset Realty (8) Los Lobos (3)

Most Valuable Player: Gregory James McIntosh Best Playing Pony: Whoops owned by Greg McIntosh Officials: Ronald P. Tongg, Allen K. Hoe Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 438


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (0-4 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii August 24, 2016

CREEKSIDE Left to Right: Allen Hoe, Sarah Aqnew Miller, Jesse Neuwirth, Khai Aqon CREEKSIDE Ynyr Khai Ian Elon Agon Jesse T. Neuwirth Allen K. Hoe Sarah D. Miller

ISLAND SHELLS Michael A. Ebinger Leon I. Broughton Gregory James McIntosh Alana Benz

Final Game Creekside (5) Island Shells (4)

Most Valuable Player: Alana Benz Best Playing Pony: Blackjack owned by Alice Broughton Officials: Ronald P. Tongg, Robert F. Miller Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 439


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (0-4 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii July 13-17, 2016

CIRCLE Z Left to Right: Ronnie Tongg, Allen Hoe, Sarah Agnew Miller A-TRICK Ynyr Khai Agon Leon I. Broughton Gregory James McIntosh

CIRCLE Z Ronald P. Tongg Allen K. Hoe Sarah Agnew Miller

Final Game Circle Z (7) A-Trick (6)

Most Valuable Player: Gregory McIntosh Best Playing Pony: Whoops owned by Greg McIntosh Officials: Michael A. Ebinger, Robert F. Miller Equine Welfare Representitive: Alice Broughton 440


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (0 Goal) Hawaii Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii July 17, 2016

EQUUS HOTEL Left to Right: Arthur Morganstern, Mike Dailey, Devon Dailey, Chevy Beh NOH FOODS Levi Rita Kit Brooks Julian Alvarez Raymond E. Noh

EQUUS HOTEL Devon M. Dailey Chevy Beh Michael Dailey Arthur Morganstern

Final Game Equus Hotel (7) Noh Foods (4)

Most Valuable Player: Chevy Beh Best Playing Pony: Koa owned by Chris Dawson

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT CONSTITUTION CUP (0-4 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii October 5, 2016

TIE MATCH ARMY, NAVY Left to Right: Beau Broughton, Greg McIntosh, Ronnie Tongg, Mike Ebinger, Sarah Agnew-Miller, Jesse Neuwirth, Nalu Pitzel, Allen Hoe ARMY NAVY Michael A. Ebinger Ronald P. Tongg Jesse T. Neuwirth Leon I. Broughton Allen K. Hoe Sarah Agnew-Miller Gregory James McIntosh Blandon Pitzel

Final Game Army (6) Navy (6)

Most Valuable Player: Allen K. Hoe Best Playing Pony: Roxy owned by Allen Hoe Officials: Ynyr Khai Ian Elon Agon, Allyssa Janine Barlow Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 442


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT PLAYER’S CUP (0-4 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii October 26, 2016

TIE MATCH: NALO BLUES, LOS LOBOS Left to Right: Sarah Agnew-Miller, Khai Agon, Greg McIntosh, Jesse Neuwirth, Ronnie Tongg, Leon Broughton, Steve Ching, Allen Hoe, Blandon Pitzel, Alana Benz LOS LOBOS Blandon Pitzel Ronald P. Tongg Sarah Agnew-Miller Gregory James McIntosh Steven L. Ching

NALA BLUES Alana Benz Jesse T. Neuwirth Leon I. Broughton Allen K. Hoe Ynyr Khai Ian Elon Agon

Final Game Nala Blues (4) Los Lobos (4)

Most Valuable Player: Leon I. Broughton Best Playing Pony: Zano owned by Alice Broughton Officials: Robert F. Miller, Michael A. Ebinger Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 443


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT PLAYER’S CUP (0-4 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kahului, Hawaii September 21-25, 2016

JIMMY LEWIS SURF BOARDS Left to Right: Robert Danna-McDonald, Danielle Travis, Jennifer Bossert, John Keith Troxel JIMMY LEWIS SURF BOARDS Robert Danna-McDonald Danielle Leigh Travis Jennifer Bossert John Keith Troxel

KAHUKU RANCH Maya Miller Sunny Diller Emiliano Achaval Tomas Enrique Vila Lily Bolton Olaf Behrendt

NEARWATER RANCH Izaak Tyrell Kaulike Rice Sydni Jane Tobin Robert J. Nooney Mary Hutto

Game 1 Jimmy Lewis Surf Boards (3) Kahuku Ranch (1)

Game 2 Nearwater Ranch (3) Kahuku Ranch (2)

Final Game Jimmy Lewis Surf Boards (4) Nearwater Ranch (3)

Most Valuable Player: Danielle Leigh Travis Best Playing Pony: Niele owned by Syndi Tobin Officials: Ronaldo Panzarini, Robert Yackley, Jessica Cole Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 444


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT PLAYER’S CUP (0 Goal) Mauna Kea Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii December 11, 2016

LAVA LAVA BEACH CLUB Left to Right: Jed Ednie, Lori Bergin, Tom Richmond, Erin Matsui, Kaulike Rice LAVA LAVA BEACH CLUB Erin Matsui Jed D. Ednie Kaulike Rice Lori Lynn Bergin

HUGGO’S ON THE ROCKS Ashley Brooks George Hedemann Kendell D. Shamel Jason Ross Lau Stephanie Keily

Final Game Lava Lava Beach Club (6) Huggo’s On The Rocks (5)

Most Valuable Player:Jason Ross Lau Best Playing Pony: Oainty owned by Ashley Brooks Officials: Mark W. Becker, Robert Carlton, Ravic Huso Equine Welfare Representative: Lori Bergin 445


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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kahului, Hawaii May 28, 2016

ELITE PHYSICAL THERAPY Left to Right: Austin Hutto, John Kirton, Conner Jenkins, Kaya Acker ELITE PHYSICAL THERAPY Conner Jenkins Kaya Leilani Acker Austin Hunter Hutto John William Kirton

HURRICANES Jaclyn Schmitt Alana Benz Sunny Diller Maya Miller

SAFARI BLOODSTOCK Hana Diller Alana Benz Carmen Rose Sauer-Hale Keala Panzarini

Game 1 Safari Bloodstock(2) Hurricanes (1)

Game 2 Elite Physical Therapy (4) Hurricanes (0)

Game 3 Elite Physical Therapy (1) Safari Bloodstock (1)

All Stars: Hana Diller, John Kirton, Conner Jenkins, Maika Panzarini, Keala Panzarini Best Plaing Pony: Kate owned by the Jenkins Family Officials: Herman L. DeCoite, Ronaldo Panzarini Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 446


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (0 Goal) Honolulu Polo Club • Honolulu, Hawaii July 27-31, 2016

HONOLULU Left to Right: Sarah Agnew-Miller, Missy Browne, Allyssa Barlow, Alana Benz HONOLULU Missy Browne Sarah Agnew-Miller Allyssa Janine Barlow Alana Benz

MAUI Danielle Leigh Travis Siri Masterson Noelani Louise Picollo Jessica Cole

SKY DIVE HAWAII Leilani Alquiza Kirsten Ludwig Ellen Morganstein Tyneski Kanani Quintel Elizabeth Vary

Game 1 Honolulu (4) Sky Dive Hawaii (3)

Game 3 Honolulu (3) Maui (2)

Game 2 Maui (4) Sky Dive Hawaii (2)

Final Game Honolulu (3) Maui (2)

Most Valuable Player: Missy Browne Best Playing Pony: Beatrice owned by Elizabeth Vary Officials: Kaaian DeCoite, Ronald P. Tongg Equine Welfare Representative: Alice Broughton 447


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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (6-10 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kahului, Hawaii November 6, 2016

RISING SUN SOLAR Left to Right: Karen Reese, Cecelia Cochran, Lily Bolton, Jaclyn Schmitt RISING SUN SOLAR Karen Reese Cecelia G. Cochran Lily Bolton Jaclyn Schmitt

HORSES R US Sydni Jane Tobin Danielle Leigh Travis Jessica Malia Hartley Allyssa Janine Barlow

Final Game Rising Sun Solar (9) Horses R Us (3)

Most Valuable Player: Cecelia G. Cochran Best Playing Pony: Curly Sue owned by Kaulike Rice Officials: Robert Yackley, Robert J. Nooney, Danielle Leigh Travis Equine Welfare Representative: Herman-Louis DeCoite 448


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (0-6 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kahului, Hawaii November 6, 2016

EMPLOYER’S OPTIONS Left to Right: Maya Miller, Mary Hutto, Sunny Diller, Jennifer Bossert, Hana Diller EMPLOYER’S OPTIONS Mary Hutto Jennifer Bossert Hana Diller Sunny Diller Maya Miller

SAFARI BLOODSTOCK Allyssa Janine Barlow Keala Panzarini Clarissa Hempel Susan Moulton

Final Game Employer’s Options (4) Safari Bloodstock (3)

Most Valuable Player: Sunny Diller Best Playing Pony: Beatrice owned by Elizabeth Vary Officials: Robert Yackley, Robert J. Nooney, Danielle Leigh Travis Equine Welfare Representative: Herman Louis DeCoite 449


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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (0-3 Goal) Mauna Kea Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii November 20, 2016

WELDING SERVICES HAWAII Left to Right: Stephanie Keily, Oarienne Hannum, Lindsey Raczkeiwicz, Syndi Tobin WELDING SERVICES HAWAII Oarienne Hannum Lindsay Raczkeiwicz Sydni Jane Tobin Ashley Brooks Stephanie Keily

MIRANDA FENCE COMPANY Lily Bolton Lilah Ellis Erin Matsui Michelle Brosseau

Game 1 Miranda Fence Company (4) Orchio Isle Ford (1)

ORCHIO ISLE FORD Chris Alvarez Lori Panqlao Tyneski Kanani Quintel Lori Lynn Bergin Zoe Mercer

Final Game Welding Services Hawaii (6) Orchio Isle Ford (3)

Most Valuable Player: Erin Matsui Best Playing Pony: Trainer owned by Jason Lau Officials: George Hedemann, Ravic Huso Equine Welfare Representative: Lori Bergin 450


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (0-3 Goal) Mauna Kea Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii November 27, 2016

PAU RESTAURANT Left to Right: Stephanie Keily, Ashley Brooks, George Hedemann, Jason Lau PAU RESTAURANT Ashley Brooks George Hedemann Jason Ross Lau Stephanie Keily

PONOHOLO RANCH Lilah Ellis Jed D. Ednie Tom E. Richmond Erin Matsui

RICE PARTNERSHIP Lori Lynn Bergin Kendell D. Shamel Kaulike Rice Paula Beamer

Game 1 Rice Partnership (4) Ponoholo Ranch (1)

Game 2 Pau Restaurant (4) Ponoholo Ranch (3)

Final Game Pau Restaurant (3) Rice Partnership (2)

Most Valuable Player: George Hedemann Best Playing Pony: Arty owned by Stephanie Keily Officials: Mark W. Becker, Ravic Huso Equine Welfare Representative: Lori Bergin 451


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (0-4 Goal) Mauna Kea Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii November 13, 2016

BIG ISLAND BREWHAUS Left to Right: Lilah Ellis, Tom Richmond, Jed Ednie, Kendell Shamel BIG ISLAND BREWHAUS Tom E. Richmond Jed D. Ednie Kendell D. Shamel Paula Beamer Lilah Ellis

AKERS Jason Ross Lau Kaulike Rice Stephanie Keily Ashley Brooks

Final Game Big Island Brewhaus (10) Akers (9)

Most Valuable Player: Kendell D. Shamel Best Playing Pony: CB owned by Kaulike Rice Officials: Ravic Huso, George Hedemann Equine Welfare Representative: Lori Bergin 452


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (0 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii October 5-9, 2016

WINDSOR Left to Right: Herman DeCoite, John Kirton, Conner Jenkins, Syndi Tobin WINDSOR Conner Jenkins Sydni Jane Tobin John William Kirton Herman L. DeCoite

NEARWATER RANCH Robert J. Nooney Danielle Leigh Travis Robert Charles McDonald Emiliano Achaval John Keith Troxel

JIMMY LEWIS SURFBOARD Sunny Diller Rafael Enrique Diaz Kaulike Rice Derrick G. Naauao

Game 1 Nearwater Ranch (7) Safari Bloodstock (6)

SAFARI BLOODSTOCK Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth Olaf Behrendt Ronaldo Panzarini Knox Shaw Weymouth

Game 2 Windsor (5) Jimmy Lewis Surfboard (3)

Final Game Windsor (4) Nearwater Ranch (1)

Most Valuable Player: John William Kirton Best Playing Pony: Kashmir owned by Robert Danna-Mcdonald Officials: Robert Yackley, Herman L. DeCoite, Rafael Enrique Diaz, Ronaldo Panzarini, Danielle Leigh Travis Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 453


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT ARENA AMATEUR CUP (0-2 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii April 17, 2016

SAFARI BLOODSTOCK Left to Right: Ronaldo Panzarini, Dewitt Weymouth, Olaf Behrendt SAFARI BLOODSTOCK Olaf Behrendt Ronaldo Panzarini Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth

NEARWATER Robert J. Nooney Austin Hunter Hutto Jaclyn Schmitt John Keith Troxel

GYPSY MAUI FOOD TRUCK Sunny Diller John William Kirton Conner Jenkins Danielle Leigh Travis Emiliano Achaval

Game 1 Gypsy Maui Food Truck (12) Safari Bloodstock (7)

WINDSOR Hana Diller Sydni Jane Tobin Robert Charles DannaMcDonald Jess Clayton Cole

Game 3 Gypsy Maui Food Truck (15) Nearwater (1)

Game 2 Windsor (12) Nearwater (6)

Game 4 Safari Bloodstock (13) Windsor (7) Final Game Safari Bloodstock (13) Gypsy Maui Food Truck (7)

Most Valuable Player: Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth Officials: Herman L. DeCoite, Robert J. Nooney, Ronaldo Panzarini 454


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT ARENA SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (0-2 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii April 24, 2016

GYPSY MAUI FOOD TRUCK Left to Right: Bill Kirton, Robert Nooney, Danielle Travis, Hana Diller, Olaf Behrendt, Mark Becker KEOKEA RANCH GYPSY MAUI FOOD ROYAL SALUTE John Keith Troxel TRUCK Robert Danna-McDonald Conner Jenkins Danielle Leigh Travis Sydni Jane Tobin John William Kirton Hana Diller Jess Clayton Cole Olaf Behrendt

Game 1 Gypsy Maui Food Truck (7) Keokea Ranch (4)

Game 2 Royal Salute (4) Keokea Ranch (2)

Final Game Gypsy Maui Food Truck (7) Royal Salute (3)

Most Valuable Player: Danielle Leigh Travis Officials: Mark W. Becker, Robert J. Nooney Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 455


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CIRCUIT SHERMAN MEMORIAL (3-6 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii May 8, 2016

WILL DO Left to Right: Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth, Ronaldo Panzarini, Knox Weymouth WILL DO Ronaldo Panzarini Knox Shaw Weymouth Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth

HAWAIIAN HURRICANES Herman L. DeCoite Jaclyn Schmitt John William Kirton

Game 1 Hawaiian Hurricanes (8) Nearwater Ranch (5)

NEARWATER RANCH Robert J. Nooney Robert Charles McDonald Emiliano Achaval

Final Game Will Do (9) Hawaiian Hurricanes (8)

Most Valuable Player: Knox Shaw Weymouth Best Playing Pony: Pemehana owned by Herman-Louis Decoite Officials: Robert J. Nooney, Robert Charles McDonald, Jessica Cole Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 456


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 RISING SUN CUP (4-8 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kamuela, Hawaii October 16, 2016

RISING SUN SOLAR Left to Right: Conner Jenkins, Kimo Huddleston, John Kirton, Herman-Louis DeCoite RISING SUN SOLAR Kimo Huddleston Herman L. DeCoite Conner Jenkins John William Kirton

SAFARI BLOODSTOCK Martin Roman Ronaldo Panzarini Knox Shaw Weymouth Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth

Final Game Rising Sun Solar (8) Safari Bloodstock (7)

Most Valuable Player: Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth Best Playing Pony: Kalei owned by Herman-Louis DeCoite Officials: Robert Yackley, Robert J. Nooney, Emiliano Achaval Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 457


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® PAIA GELATO CUP (0-4 Goal) Maui Polo Club • Kahului, Hawaii September 25, 2016

RISING SUN SOLAR Left to Right: Conner Jenkins, John Kirton, Syndi Tobin, Herman Louis Decoite RISING SUN SOLAR Herman L. DeCoite Sydni Jane Tobin Conner Jenkins John William Kirton

SAFARI BLOODSTOCK Ronaldo Panzarini Robert Charles DannaMcDonald Knox Shaw Weymouth Dewitt Hobbs Weymouth

Final Game Rising Sun Solar (7) Safari Bloodstock (4)

Most Valuable Player: Herman L. DeCoite Best Playing Pony: Kate owned by The Jenkins Family Officials: Robert J. Nooney, Mark W. Becker, Emiliano Achaval Equine Welfare Representative: Brian Atwell 458


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MIDSTATES CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-2 Goal) Bliss Polo Club • Bliss, Michigan August 7-14, 2016

ORCHARD HILL Left to Right: Cody Ellis, Chris Nevins, Chris Stratemann, Steve Van Andel ORCHARD HILL Cody Ellis Stephen A. Van Andel Chris Stratemann Christopher Nevins

FLAT OUT Turner Wheaton Todd Offen Paul R. Knapp Jr. Sarah Lynn Knapp

BLISS Mason Hardaway Lampton Jomy Rosa Mason Houghland Lampton Jesus Eloy Escapite Apolinar Baez

GOOD THUNDER Paul Wheaton William H. Patterson Will Boland Francisco Mera

Game 1 Bliss (11) Good Thunder (8)

Game 3 Orchard Hill (12) Bliss (10)

Game 5 Bliss (9) Flat Out (7)

Game 2 Orchard Hill (13) Good Thunder (7)

Game 4 Good Thunder (10) Flat Out (5)

Final Game Orchard Hill (13) Flat Out (5)

Most Valuable Player: Christopher Nevins 459


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® MIDSTATES CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-2 Goal) Hickory Hall Polo Club • Whitestown, Indiana July 9, 2016

MASERATI Left to Right: Bill Thompson, Zubair Hamir, Heather Hamir, Paul Bullock RUTH CHRIS Courtney A Shafer Sergio F. Gonzalez-Piriz Anthony Pullicino Greg S. Chandler Austin T. Chandler

MASERATI Juan Socas Paul E. Bullock Heather Hamir Zubair Hamir William H. Thompson

Final Game Maserati (5) Ruth Chris (2)

Most Valuable Player: Juan Socas Best Playing Pony: Muni owned by Juan Socas Officials: Charles F. Phillips Equine Welfare Representative: Bruce McDovitt 460


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MIDSTATES CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (8-12 Goal) Bliss Polo Club • Bliss, Michigan July 10-17, 2016

BLISS POLO CLUB Left to Right: Mason Lampton, Jomy Rosa, Apolinar Baez, Jesus Escapite, Charles Caldwell BLISS POLO CLUB GOOD THUNDER Apolinar Baez William H. Patterson Mason Hardaway Lampton Francisco Rodriguez Mera Jomy Rosa Mark V. Sedacca Jesus Eloy Escapite Paul Wheaton Charlie R Caldwell ORCHARD HILL FLAT OUT Stephen A. Van Andel Paul R. Knapp Jr. Chris Stratemann Turner Wheaton Christopher Nevins Sarah Lynn Knapp Cody Ellis Todd Offen Game 1 Orchard Hill (14) Good Thunder (8)

Game 3 Bliss Polo Club (9) Good Thunder (7)

Game 2 Bliss Polo Club (8) Flat Out (7)

Game 4 Orchard Hill (16) Flat Out (6)

Final Game Bliss Polo Club (13) Orchard Hill (6)

Most Valuable Player: Jesus Eloy Escapite Officials: Francisco Rodriguez Todd Offen 461


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MIDSTATES CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0-2 Goal) Toronto Polo Club • Ontario, Canada July 27, 2016

BLUE Left to Right: Catherine Van Bakel, Molly Houlton, Ryan Watchorn, Haliey Van de Burgt BLUE Olivia Boucher Hailey Van de Burgt Ryan Watchorn Molly Lane Houlton Catherine Van Bakel

WHITE Clare Littlechild Phil Van de Burgt Mich Ward Jenna Tarshis Kathleen Hearn

Final Game Blue (6) White (3)

All-Stars: Rayn Watchorn, Mich Ward, Hailey Van der Burgt, Molly Houlton Best Playing Pony: Magista owned by Tim Houlton Officials: Martine Jarguay, Scott Weir Equine Welfare Representative: Elizabeth Hearn 462


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MIDSTATES CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0-2 Goal) Louisville Polo Club • Prospect, Kentucky July 27, 2016

AUGUSTUS HILL Left to Right: Stuart Boland, Sean Muir, Harry Caldwell, Trent Lott SOPHISTICATED LIVING James Roth Tomas Dowling Ford Middendorf James Brent Boland

AUGUSTUS HILL Trent Lott III Harry R. Caldwell Sean Muir Stuart Boland

Final Game Augustus Hill (6) Sophisticated Living (2)

All-Stars: Trent Lott, Harry Caldwell, Tomas Dowling, Ford Middendorf Officials: Trey Schott, Tano Noblia Equine Welfare Representative: Chad Middendorf 463


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT AMATEUR CUP (0-4 Goal) Central New York Polo Club • Ithaca, New York August 4-7, 2016

STONE PONY FARM Left to Right: Elizabeth Brayboy, Andrew Gale, Hilary Mroz-Blythe, Christopher Van Loon, Dennis Fitzpatrick STONE PONY FARM Andrew John Gale Hilary Mroz-Blythe Dennis A. Fitzpatrick Christopher Van Loon Elizabeth G. Brayboy

CENTRAL NEW YORK Jan H. Suwinski Olivia Barton Steven Kraus Jennifer Lynn Nelson Emily Bold

TINICUM PARK POLO Audrey R Vanluvanee Victoria Halliday Cheryl R. Arnold Ann Oniskey Val Washington

BOSTON POLO Benjamin A. Hadar Fiona Sills Mark Timothy Tashjian Benjamin A. Hadar Elizabeth Alexandra Owens Carlos Silvera

PREBLE VALLEY Caitlin Baccanale Tufts Daniel Shaw Anthony Condo Jeffery Cregg Janet L. Scheraga Ryan B. Saul Michael Koski

WORK TO RIDE Marc Harris Michael Walker Peter Strumpf Shariah Renise Harris

Game 1 Stone Pony Farm (7) Central New York (2)

Game 4 Preble Valley (6) Boston Polo (5)

Game 7 Boston Polo (7) Central New York (5)

Game 2 Preble Valley (9) Work To Ride (4)

Game 5 Boston Polo (5) Tinicum Park Polo (3)

Final Game Stone Pony Farm (6) Preble Valley (5)

Game 3 Stone Pony Farm (9) Tinicum Park Polo (4)

Game 6 Central New York (9) Work To Ride (7)

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Best Playing Pony: Di Di owned by Dennis Fitzpatrick Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, William Raab Equine Welfare Representative: David Eldredge 465


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CENTENNIAL CUP (2 Goal) Acoaxet Polo Club • Tiverton, Rhode Island June 16-19, 2016

JS SQUARED Left to Right: James DeAngelas, Sam Shore, Sam Clemens, Jenna Davis JS SQUARED Jenna M. Davis James Michael DeAngelis Samuel A. Shore Samuel Clemens

BOSTON POLO Tristan Boylan Carlos Silvera Ted Lee Torrey Jr. Mark Timothy Tashjian

MYSTIC Tim J. Day Estanislado Rose Puch James Stanton Charles E. Hutchinson V

ACOAXET POLO David W. Bullis Charles David Bullis Heather Souto Margaux Wheeler Buchanan

LADDER HILL Branden Van Loon Elizabeth G. Brayboy Agapito Morgan Amanda E. Poor

TWIN FIELDS Peter L. Friedman Jacek K. Grotnik Chris Keller Fernando Marciel Talaverna

Game 1 JS Squared (10) Boston Polo (4)

Game 3 Ladder Hill (6) Twin Fields (5)

Final Game JS Squared (4) Ladder Hill (3)

Game 2 JS Squared (5) Mystic (4)

Game 3 Ladder Hill (6) Acoaxet (5.5)

Officials: George Olivas Equine Welfare Representative: Stephanie Still 466


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (4-6 Goal) Myopia Polo Club • South Hamliton, Massachusetts July 14-17, 2016

GIDY UP/LONGMEADOW Left to Right: Terri Campbell, Kurt Miller, Federico Wulff, Esquiel Zubiaurre GIDDY UP/ LONGMEADOW Marcos Onetto Federico Scopsi Wulff Kurt Miller Terri Z. Campbell

DEL RANCHO/ CHANTICLEAR William R. Coke Carl Bradley Scherer Jared Sheldon David C. Strouss

PONY UP Francisco Eddy Pablo Pedro Manion Richard H. Salter Carlos Salviera

Game 1 Del Rancho/Chanticlear (10) Giddy Up/Longmeadow (9)

Game 3 Del Rancho/Chanticlear (9) Pony Up (8)

Game 2 Giddy Up/Longmeadow (9) Pony Up (5)

Final Game Giddy Up/Longmeadow (7) Del Rancho/Chanticlear (5)

Most Valuable Player: Marcos Onetto Best Playing Pony: Santana Officials: Sain Flera Joseph, Estanislado Rose Puch Equine Welfare Representative: Kim Maguire 467


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT OFFICER’S CUP (4-8 Goal) Mashomack Polo Club • Pine Plains, New York June 7-July 3, 2016

SHEKOMEKO Left to Right: Guy Merison, Oliver Merison, Max Chenaut, Tavi Usandizaga SHEKOMEKO Gustavo Usandizaga Luis Maximo Chenaut Guy Merison Oliver Charles Merison BUENA VISTA Luis F. Galvan Bauti Crotto Bruce D. Colley Donatien Langlois GAINESWAY FARM Paul Green William Charles Beck Steven A. Scott Pablo Falabella

HAWK HILL Raul “Gringo” Colombres Ian Mactaggart Wesley D. Finlayson Philip Mactaggart Kristos Magrini HEATHCOTE Alberto Zubiaurre Santiago Romero Jasper Paglia-Scheff Oakleigh Thorne

STONE ROWS Andrew Fairclough II Brian R. Fairclough Andrew Fairclough Sr. Frank Evans Tres 4S/Longfield Juan Olivera Ezequiel Zubiaurre Duke Buchan III Thomas J. Biddle Jr.

Game 1 Smithfield (8) Heathcote (7)

SMITHFIELD Craig Canen Martin Gandara John R. Klopp Agustin Zavaleta Julio Maria Ezcurra Game 3 Buena Vista (10) Heathcote (7)

Game 5 Smithfield (15) Stone Rows (10)

Game 2 Hawk Hill (11) Heathcote (10)

Game 4 Shekomeko (13) Hawk Hill (10)

Game 6 Shekomeko (8) Tres 4S/Longfield (7)

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Game 10 Buena Vista (10) Smithfield (9)

Game 8 Buena Vista (10) Smithfield (9)

Game 11 Stone Rows (12) Buena Vista (10)

Game 9 Tres 4S/Longfield (11) Gainesway Farm (9)

Final Game Shekomeko (10) Smithfield (8)

Most Valuable Player: Guy Merison Equine Welfare Representative: Juan Olivera 469


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-2 Goal) Central New York Polo Club • Ithaca, New York August 4-7, 2016

MARYLAND REBELS Left to Right: Kelly Wells, Brennan Wells, Daymar Rosser, Madelyn Grant MARYLAND REBELS Daymar Rosser Brennan D. Wells Madelyn Grant Kelly L. Wells

SHAMROCK John Walsh Ben Garrett Hayden John Walsh Kareem Rosser

CORNELL Daniel Shaw David L. Eldredge Jeffrey Embow Ryan B. Saul

SKANEATELES Jeffery Cregg Cesar Jimenez Martin S. Cregg Dario Santana

Game 1 Cornell (9) Skaneateles (7)

Game 2 Maryland Rebels (6.5) Shamrock (5)

Final Game Maryland Rebels (6.5) Cornell (4)

Best Playing Pony: Hector owned by Kelly Wells Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, William Raab, Juan Martin Obregon Equine Welfare Representative: David Eldredge 470


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-2 Goal) Simsbury Polo Club • Amherst, Massachusetts July 11-23, 2016

LBL POLO/GOLD DRAGOONS Left to Right: Cuko Escapite, Luis Galvan, Alison Patricelli, Richard Terbrusch LBL POLO/GOLD DRAGOONS Jose “Cuko” Escapite Richard P. Terbrusch Alison Patricelli Luis F. Galvan

MYSTIC POLO Felipe Corroto Elizabeth G. Brayboy James Stanton Fernando Maciel TAYLOR HILL FARM Marcos Onetto Damian Gregorio Simones Casey Jay Martin Sarah Runnells Martin

LADDER HILL Aga Morgan Bauti Crotto Branden Van Loon Jennifer F. Williams

Game 1 LBL Polo/Gold Dragoons (5) Mystic Polo (3)

Game 3 Taylor Hill Farm (7.5) Mystic Polo (5)

Game 2 Ladder Hill (4.5) Taylor Hill Farm (3)

Final Game LBL Polo/Gold Dragoons (7) Ladder Hill (5.5)

Most Valuable Player: Luis F. Galvan Officials: Kimo Huddleston Equine Welfare Representative: Alison Patricelli 471


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (0-2 Goal) Skaneateles Polo Club • Skaneateles, New York August 11-14, 2016

SKANEATELES Left to Right: Cesar Jimenez, Johnny Alvarez, Jeff Cregg, Marty Cregg SKANEATELES Cesar Jimenez Johnny Alvarez-Belen Martin S. Cregg Jeff Cregg

CNY Christopher Van Loon Ryan B. Saul Caitlin Baccanale Tufts Steven Kraus

SHAMROCK Phil P. Van Der Burgt Hayden John Walsh John Walsh Shahzad Siddiqu

Game 1 Skaneateles (7) Shamrock (2)

Game 2 Shamrock (3) CNY (1)

Final Game Skaneateles (3) CNY (1)

Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, William Raab Equine Welfare Representative: David Ethridge 472


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (0-2 Goal) Simsbury Polo Club • Amherst, Massachusetts August 9-14, 2016

LBL POLO/GOLD DRAGOONS Left to Right: Richard Terbrusch, Alison Patricelli, Drew Gale, Luis Galvan LBL/GOLD DRAGOONS Luis F. Galvan Andrew John Gale Alison Patricelli Richard P. Terbrusch

ACQUA PANNA Rafael Castillo Chip Stiegler Jennifer F. Williams Thomas Hopkins

TAYLOR HILL/STONE PONY Mark Gomez Andrew Flint Hilary Blythe Sarah Runnells Martin

Game 1 Taylor Hill/Stone Pony (5) Acqua Panna (3)

Game 2 LBL/Gold Dragoons (6) Acqua Panna (1)

Final Game LBL/Gold Dragoons (6) Taylor Hill/Stone Pony (3)

Most Valuable Player: Andrew John Gale Officials: Kimo Huddleston Equine Welfare Representative: Alison Patrcelli

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (4-6 Goal) Haviland Hollow Polo Club • Patterson, New York August 15-September 3, 2016

THE ISLAND HOUSE Left to Right: Will Tomita, Peter Holowesko, Toro Ruiz, Tommy Alberdi ISLAND HOUSE Toro Ruiz William K Tomita Peter Holowesko Tomas Alberdi

NYC POLO Cary Fukunaga Kevin Alexander Hamilton Samuel A. Ramirez Jr. Jared Sheldon

ARIA Christophe Landon Rafael Castillo Gregorio Simiones Chip Steigler

SEA CAP Michael Davis Andrew Porter Paul A. Kuhn Kris Edward Kampsen

Game 1 NYC Polo (11.5) Aria (6)

Game 4 Island House (9) NYC Polo (7)

Game 6 Sea Cap (7) Island House (4)

Game 2 Sea Cap (11.5) NYC Polo (9)

Game 5 Sea Cap (8.5) Aria (3)

Final Game Island House (6.5) Sea Cap (3)

Game 3 Island House (8) Aria (1.5) Most Valuable Player: Toro Ruiz Best Playing Pony: Jupiter owned by Will Tomita Officials: Chad Kraml, Samuel A. Ramirez Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Paul Kuhn 474


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONSTITUTION CUP (2-4 Goal) Mashomack Polo Club • Pine Plains, New York August 12-21, 2016

ESPECTACULAR Left to Right: Ed Hartman, Tomas Alberdi, Lucas Tarditto, Jaime Bourdieu ESPECTACULAR Ramon Britos Lucas Tarditto Tomas Alberdi Edward Hartman Jaine Bourdieu BUENA VISTA Mitch Adolstien Max Langlois Donatien Langlois Bauti Crotto HAWK HILL Wesley D. Finlayson Maximiliano Juan Crotto Nicanor Cavanagh

HEATHCOTE Jasper Paglia-Scheff Walter O’Connor Santiago Romero Oakleigh Thorne

SMITHFIELD Felipe Tro Juan Fernando Redlich John R. Klopp Craig Canen

SAVANNA Nicholas Bienstock Andrew S. Gundlach Enrique Zavaleta Juan Olivera

STONE ROWS BLACK Juan Segundo Olivera Andrew Fairclough II Alfonso Robirosa Andrew Fairclough Sr.

SHEKOMEKO Oscar Nonzon Luis Maximo Chenaut Guy Merison Lexi Merison

STONE ROWS WHITE Frank Evans Leandro Agustin Berrios Brian R. Fairclough Mark Andrew Mulligan TAYLOR DRAGOONS Richard P. Terbrusch Damian Gregorio Simones Luis F. Galvan C.J. Narin

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Game 1 Espectacular (6) Stone Rows White (3)

Game 5 Smithfield (6) Hawk Hill (5)

Game 9 Heathcote (4) Shekomeko (2)

Game 2 Heathcote (9) Taylor Dragoons (4)

Game 6 Savanna (6) Hawk Hill (5)

Game 10 Stone Rows White (7) Buena Vista (3)

Game 3 Savanna (5) Smithfield (2)

Game 7 Heathcote (7) Stone Rows Black (1)

Game 11 Heathcote (7) Savanna (3)

Game 4 Stone Rows Black (2) Shekomeko (1)

Game 8 Taylor Dragoons (6) Shekomeko (5)

Game 12 Espectacular (7) Taylor Dragoons (3) Final Game Espectacular (7) Heathcote (4)

Most Valuable Player: Tomas Alberdi Officials: Kimo Huddleston Equine Welfare Representative: Juan Olivera 476


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONSTITUTIONAL CUP (0-2 Goal) Acoaxet Polo Club • Tiverton, Rhode Island July 21-24, 2016 AVALON FARMS Estanislado Rose Puch Federico Scopsi Wulff Chris Keller Margaux Wheeler Buchanan

ACOAXET POLO Tim J. Day Pablo Pedro Manion Charles David Bullis David W. Bullis

MYSTIC Carlos Silvera Juan Bautista Crotto Fernando Talavera James Stanton

Game 1 Avalon Farms (6) Mystic (5)

Game 2 Avalon Farms (4) Acoaxet Polo (3)

Game 3 Mystic (4) Acoaxet Polo (3)

Officials: Daniel M. Healy Equine Welfare Representative: Stephanie Still

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT HALL OF FAME CUP (0-2 Goal) Skaneateles Polo Club • Skaneateles, New York July 14-17, 2016

SKANEATELES Left to Right: Cesar Jimenez, Marty Cregg, Jeff Cregg, Kaytlin Bell SKANEATELES Ben Garrett Cesar Jimenez Jeff Cregg Martin S. Cregg Kaytlin Bell

PREBLE VALLEY Daniel M. Scheraga Caitlin Baccanale Tufts Peter Strumpf Janet L. Scheraga

Final Game Skaneateles (9) Preble Valley (6)

Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, William Raab

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Gardnertown Polo Club • Newburgh, New York July 17, 2016

GREEN Left to Right: Matt Forbes, Julianna Gallo, Taylor Palacios, Matteo Chaux, John Dencker GREEN Julianna Gallo Matt Forbes Taylor Palacios Matteo Chawy John Higgins Dencker

GREY Fiona Sills Elizabeth Alexandra Owens Delaney Bates Michael Koski Morgan Palacios

YELLOW Matthew Byrre Ben Bruce Nick Di Valentino Winston Painter Joseph Phillip Post

Game 1 Green (3) Grey (2)

Game 2 Green (2) Yellow (1)

Final Game Grey (1) Yellow (0)

All Stars: Morgan Palacios, Michael Koski, Winston Painter, Taylor Palacios, Joseph Post Officals: Chris Green, Dan Scott 479


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Myopia Polo Club • South Hamliton, Massachusetts July 2-3, 2016

WHITE HOUNDS Left to Right: Bea Pforr, Anna Weinburgh, Sydney Jenkins, Barrett Coke, Reed Miller WHITE HOUNDS Barrett W. Coke Anna Weinburgh Reed Miller Bea Pforr Sydney Jenkins

GREEN BOSTON Alayna Thomas Delaney Bates Molly Hosler Elizabeth Owen

RED FOXES Matt Roque Stephen Burr Cory Williams Marianna Olbrych Grace Ellen Grotnik

Game 1 Red Foxes (13) Green Boston (1)

Game 2 White Hounds (16) Green Boston (0)

Final Game White Hounds (9) Red Foxes (2)

All Stars: Barrett Coke, Cory Williams, Marianna Olybrek, Stephen Burr, Anna Weinburgh Best Playing Pony: Circa owned by Harvard Polo Officials: Sain Flera Joseph Equine Welfare Representative: Kim Maguire 480


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Southampton Polo Club • Water Mill, New York July 20, 2016

SOUTHAMPTON Left to Right: Jed Cogan, Christian Weisz, Sophia Neis, Mackkenzie Weisz SOUTHAMPTON Mackenzie Weisz Christian Lionel Weisz Jed Cogan Sophia Neis

GARDNERTOWN Matteo Chanx Winston Painter John Higgins Dencker Joseph Phillip Post

MEADOWBROOK John Patrick Vasquez Catie Staeck Kurt Minon Andrew Beck

Game 1 Meadowbrook (5) Gardnertown (0.5)

Game 2 Southampton (9) Gardnertown (0.5)

Final Game Southampton (2.5) Meadowbrook (1)

All Stars Mackenzie Weisz, Christian Weisz, Andrew Beck, John Patrick Vasquez, Joe Post Officials: Ronnie Hayes, John Biqucco 481


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Yale Polo & Equestrian Center • Harwinton, Connecticut July 31, 2016

BLUE Left to Right: Michael Koski, Digvijay Singh, Taylor Palaios, Claire Wieser BLUE Claire Wieser Digvijay Singh Taylor Palacios Michael Koski

GREEN Noah Fivoranti Matt Bryne Annie Ebersold Isabelle Conover

WHITE Morgan Palacios Emma Glynn Lael Cashen Clark Muth

Game 1 Green (3) White (3)

Game 2 Blue (6) White (0)

Final Game Blue (7) Green (1)

All Stars: Taylor Palacios, Morgan Palacios, Emma Glynn, Dig Singh, Michael Koski Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Taylor Lewis, Liz Brayboy 482


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT ARENA MASTERS CUP (0 Goal) Yale Polo & Equestrian Center • Harwinton, Connecticut March 12-13, 2016

GARDNERTOWN Left to Right: Anne Harnes, Rob Neis, Dan Scott NYC POLO Mitch Adelstien Cary Fukunaga William K Tomita Nicholas A. Barry Samuel A. Ramirez Jr.

GARDNERTOWN Anne E. Harnes Robert C. Neis Daniel W. Scott HAVILAND/YALE Paul A. Kuhn Christophe Landon David Alan Kuhn Anantvijay Singh

YALE Agapito Morgan Elizabeth G. Brayboy Branden William Van Loon

Game 1 Gardnertown (25) Yale (19)

Game 3 Haviland/Yale (27) Yale (19)

Game 2 NYC Polo (21) Haviland/Yale (19)

Final Game Gardnertown (23) NYC Polo (16)

Most Valuable Player: Robert C. Neis Best Playing Pony: Rosie and SmartJet owned by Dan Scott and Sam Ramirez Officials: Taylor Lewis, Daniel M. Healy, James Michael DeAngelis Equine Welfare Representative: Taylor Lewis 483


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® NORTHEASTERN CIRCUIT ARENA MASTERS CUP (0 Goal) Gardnertown Polo Club • Newburgh, New York April 16-17, 2016

GREEN Left to Right: Joe Post, Pierre Chaux, John Dencker GREEN Matt Forbes John Higgins Dencker Pierre M Chaux Joseph Phillip Post

YELLOW Daniel W. Scott Andrea Walker John Painter

Final Game Green (16) Yellow (10)

Officials: Matteo Chaux Equine Welfare Representative: Taylor Lewis 484


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EAST COAST OPEN (20 Goal) Greenwich Polo Club • Greenwich, Connecticut August 21-September 4, 2016

WHITE BIRCH Left to Right: Santino Magrini, Hilario Ulloa, Mariano Aguerre, Peter Brant WHITE BIRCH Mariano Aguerre Santino Magrini Peter N. Brant Hilario Ulloa

BELUGA Nicholas Manifold Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Christopher M. Brant Francisco Elizalde

AIRSTREAM Matias G. Magrini Kris Edward Kampsen Agustin Bottaro Guillermo Agustin Aguero

FARAWAY POLO Jesus Eloy Escapite Julian Daniels Ignacio Laprida Harold Goodman II

AUDI Sebastian Merlos Nicolas E. Roldan Leonardo Mandelbaum Marc C. Ganzi

GOOSE CREEK Maureen C. Brennan Marcos Garcia Del Rio Mariano Gonzalez Tomas Garcia del Rio

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POSTAGE STAMP FARM Raul “Gringo” Colombres Joao Paulo Ganon Brandon Phillips Salvador Ulloa Annabelle Gundlach TUPUNGATO Luis E. Rinaldini Gaston Lisioli Juan Ignacio Taverna Santiago Torres


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Game 1 Goose Creek (15) Beluga (11)

Game 5 White Birch (14) Goose Creek (9)

Game 9 Audi (16) Tupungato (9)

Game 2 White Birch (12) Faraway Polo (6)

Game 6 Airstream (13) Postage Stamp Farm (7)

Game 10 Audi (16) Postage Stamp Farm (8)

Game 3 Audi (11) Airstream (10)

Game 7 Audi (13) Tupungato (7)

Final Game White Birch (10) Airstream (8)

Game 4 Postage Stamp Farm (12) Tupungato (7)

Game 8 Faraway Polo (14) Beluga (9)

Most Valuable Player: Nicolas E. Roldan Best Playing Pony: Los Machitos Versuit owned by Mariano Agurre Officials: Julian Applebee, J. Horton Schwartz III, Steve F. Lane Equine Welfare Representative: Leighton Jordan 486


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EDDIE MOORE MEMORIAL (8 Goal) Mashomack Polo Club • Pine Plains, New York July 4-August 5, 2016

HAWK HILL Left to Right: Philip Mactaggart, Gringo Colombres, Wesley Finlayson, Kristos Magrini HAWK HILL Raul “Gringo” Colombres Wesley D. Finlayson Ian Mactaggart Philip Mactaggart Kristos Magrini

HEATHCOTE Alberto Zubiaurre Santiago Gomez Santiago Jasper Paglia-Scheff Oakleigh Thorne

STONE ROWS Frank Evans Andrew Fairclough Sr. Brian R. Fairclough Andrew Fairclough II

SHEKOMEKO Oliver Nerison Guy Nereson Luis Maximo Chenaut Gustavo Usandizaga

Tres 4S/Longfield Juan Olivera Ezequiel Zubiaurre Duke Buchan III Thomas J. Biddle Jr.

GANESWAY FARM Jorge Antonio Vasquez Pedro Felobella William Charles Beck Andrew Beck

SMITHFIELD Craig Canen John R. Klopp Agustin Zavaleta Julio Ezcuera Martin Gandara

WIND SWEPT Davis Colley Gaston Lisioli Paul Green Victorino “Torito” Ruiz

Game 1 Heathcote (10) Ganesway Farm (8)

Game 3 Tres 4S/Longfield (12) Smithfield (8)

Game 5 Hawk Hill (8) Wind Swept (6)

Game 2 Hawk Hill (9) Buena Vista (7)

Game 4 Tres 4S/Longfield (9) Shekomeko (8)

Game 6 Tres 4S/Longfield (9) Heathcote (5)

BUENA VISTA Donatien Langlois Bruce D. Colley Bauti Crotto Luis F. Galvan

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Game 7 Shekomeko (13) Wind Swept (7)

Game 11 Ganesway Farm (9) Stone Rows (7)

Game 14 Heathcote (14) Wind Swept (5)

Game 8 Hawk Hill (11) Tres 4S/Longfield (9)

Game 12 Buena Vista (14) Stone Rows (8)

Final Game Hawk Hill (13) Tres 4S/Longfield (12)

Game 9 Shekomeko (11) Heathcote (10)

Game 13 Tres 4S/Longfield (9) Wind Swept (8)

Game 10 Smithfield (8) Buena Vista (6)

Most Valuable Player: Raul “Gringo” Colombres Officials: Kimo Huddleston, Kevin Thomas Fawcett Equine Welfare Representative: Juan Olivera 488


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 TRACEY MACTAGGART CHALLENGE (8 Goal) Mashomack Polo Club • Pine Plains, New York August 22-September 10, 2016

HAWK HILL Left to Right : Wesley Finlayson, Kristos Magrini, Gringo Colombres, Ian Mactaggart HAWK HILL Philip Mactaggart Ian Mactaggart Raul “Gringo” Colombres Wesley D. Finlayson Kristos Magrini

HEATHCOTE Oakleigh Thorne Alberto Zubiaurre Santiago Romero Jasper Paglia-Scheff

STONES ROW Frank Evans Andrew Fairclough Sr. Brian R. Fairclough Andrew Fairclough II

BUENA VISTA Luis F. Galvan Bauti Crotto Bruce D. Colley Donatien Langlois

SMITHFIELD Martin Gandara Julio Maria Ezcurra Craig Canen Agustin Zavaleta John R. Klopp

Tres 4S/Longfield Juan Olivera Ezequiel Zubiaurre Duke Buchan III Thomas J. Biddle Jr.

Game 1 Tres 4S/Longfield (12) Stones Row (6)

Game 3 Buena Vista (12) Stones Row (9)

Game 5 Tres 4S/Longfield (10) Buena Vista (7)

Game 2 Heathcote (13) Hawk Hill (12)

Game 4 Hawk Hill (10) Smithfield (9)

Game 6 Smithfield (12) Heathcote (11)

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Game 7 Smithfield (8) Stones Row (7)

Game 9 Hawk Hill (9) Buena Vista (6)

Game 8 Tres 4S/Longfield (10) Heathcote (8)

Final Game Hawk Hill (10) Tres 4S/Longfield (7)

Most Valuable Player: Wesley D. Finlayson Officials: Kimo Huddleston Equine Welfare Representative: Juan Olivera 490


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT INTRA-CIRCUIT (8-12 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinteria, California June 17-26, 2016

NOVIS INSURNACE Left to Right: Ivan Weiss, Jim Wright, Felipe Vercellino, Santi Trotz NOVIS INSURANCE FILM FINANCE MOKAROW FARMS Felipe Vercellino Leigh Brecheen Todd Offen Santiago Trotz Daniel Walker Kevin Mokarow Kenneth “Jim” Wright Mariano Fassetta Robert M. Stenzel Ivan Weiss Gaston von Wernich Joaquin Panelo FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Lucas Escobar Felipe Hector Viana Luis Escobar Henry Walker

KLENTNER RANCH Martin Donovan Jesse C. Bray Justin T. Klentner Jacob Klentner

TWIN PALMS Remy Du Celliee Muller Graham Bray Santiago Scopsi Wulff Chris Maloney

Game 1 Farmers & Merchants Bank (11) Klentner Ranch (8)

Game 4 Twin Palms (9) Klentner Ranch (8)

Game 7 Mokarow Farms (10) Farmers & Merchants Bank (9)

Game 2 Twin Palms (14) Mokarow Farms (11)

Game 5 Film Finance (9) Farmers & Merchants Bank (8)

Game 3 Novis Insurance (10) Film Finance (8)

Game 6 Novis Insurance (8) Mokarow Farms (7)

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® Final Game Novis Insurance (8) Film Finance (7)

Most Valuable Player: Daniel Walker Best Playing Pony: Branca owned by Felipe Vercellino Officials: Brent Mirikitani, Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Matias Baibiene Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall 492


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (0 Goal) Eldorado Polo Club • Indio, California March 12-April 3, 2016

NORTHERN BLIZZARD Left to Right: John Rooney, Dayelle Fargey, Jimmy Wright, Joe Henderson NORTHERN BLIZZARD John Ross Rooney Jimmy Wright Dayelle Elise Fargey Joseph Henderson

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Jacob A.B. Deutsch Daniel Walker Carlos L. Galindo Diego Gaston Larregli

BUSH LEAGUE Virgil Kyle Ryan Robertson Gaston von Wernich Ulysses E. Escapite Game 1 Northern Blizzard (8) M-3 (6) Game 2 Bush League (8) Farmers & Merchants Bank (7) Game 3 Northern Blizzard (11) Bush League (10)

Game 4 Farmers & Merchants Bank (10) M-3 (5) Game 5 Northern Blizzard (14) Farmers & Merchants Bank (12)

M-3 Jared Sheldon Jeffrey A. Scheraga Alonso Andrade Peter James Blake IV Game 6 Bush League (9) M-3 (7) Final Game Northern Blizzard (8) Bush League (7)

Most Valuable Player: Jimmy Wright Best Playing Pony: Brian owned by Joe Henderson Officials: Kimo Huddleston, Andy Maze Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Manno 493


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT WOMENS CHALLLENGE (0 Goal) Eldorado Polo Club • Indio, California March 5-6, 2016

SPRINGBOK Left to Right: Kate Weber, Malia McCoy, Jennifer Alexy, Athena Malin SPRINGBOK Athena H. Malin Jennifer Alexy Malia K. McCoy Kathleen Weber

PANIOLA/PONY TAIL POLO Susan Guggenheim Erin M. Brittin Roxy Keyfauver Caroline Anier

Game 1 Springbok (8) Paniola/Pony Tail Polo (2)

Final Game Springbok (6) Paniola/Pony Tail Polo (1)

Most Valuable Player: Athena H. Malin Best Playing Pony: Velvet owned by Caroline Anier Officials: Juan J. Boote, Andy Maze Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Manno 494


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Eldorado Polo Club • Indio, California March 5-6, 2016

ELDORADO Left to Right: Rexy Vicardo, Cory Williams, Thomas Costello, Jonathan Garncia ELDORADO Thomas Alan Costello Rexy Vicardo Cory Williams Jonathan Garncia

COORS Joseph Coors III Sage Ellington Lawrence Nicholas Roth Mia Sweeney

HACKETT Sydney Connolly Jordan Bayne Clive Bossom Meghan Varchetto Alexis Payan TRIANGLE BAR FARM Alonso Andrade Rhandy Issac Heredia Hope MacKenzie Kerley Sofia von Wernich

ANTELOPE Michael Riley Jordan Bautista von Wernich Grant Palmer Cassidy Morgan Wood Game 1 Eldorado (4) Coors (3)

Game 4 Triangle Bar Farm (6) Antelope (4)

Game 2 Hackett (4) Coors (0)

Game 5 Antelope (4) Coors (1)

Game 7 Antelope (3) Hackett (2)

Game 3 Eldorado (3) Hackett (2)

Game 6 Hackett (3) Coors (2)

Final Game Eldorado (6) Triangle Bar Farm (5)

All Stars: Alonso Andace, Rhandy Hecedia, Joe Coors, Thomas Costello, Cory Williams, Alexis Payan, Bovtistavon Wernich Officials: Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Brent Mirikitani, Tony Gregg Equine Welfare Representative: Graham Bray 495


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PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Will Rogers Polo Club • Pacific Palisades, California August 7, 2016

SANTA BARBARA Left to Right: Conrad Kissling, Enrique Garcia, Cory Williams, Jason Peykar SANTA BARBARA Conrad Kissling Enrique Garcia Jason Matteen Peykar Cory Williams

WILL ROGERS Xander Deutsch Michael Riley Jordan Bayne Clive Bossom Piers Bossom

Final Game Santa Barbara (6) Will Rogers (4)

All Stars: Conrad Kissling, Bayne Bossom, Cory Williams, Xander Deustch Officials: Ernesto Ezcurra, Al Epstein Equine Welfare Representative: Ernesto Ezcurra 496


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Lakeside Polo Club • Lakeside, California June 18, 2016

POWAY Left to Right: Andrew Scott, Ian Schnoebelen, Christina Aliev, Molly Agee POWAY Ian Schnoebelen Andrew Scott Christina Aliev Molly Agee

LAKESIDE Camilla Mogollon Niki Mobtaker Skylar Dale Garrett Bankhead

Final Game Poway (8) Lakeside (7)

All Stars: Molly Agee, Skylar Dale, Ian Schnoebelen, Garrett Bankhead Best Playing Pony: Kat owned by Niki Mobtaker Officials: Francisco Questal, Rick Sears Equine Welfare Representative: Billy Sheldon 497


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PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Lakeside Polo Club • Lakeside, California June 20, 2016

ARIZONA POLO CLUB Left to Right: Mikayla Chapman, Ethan Bankhead, Madelyn Graydon, Haley Schneider, Abby Purdy ARIZONA POLO CLUB REBEL POLO Abby Purdy Kylie Kufahl Mikayla Chapman Francesca Johannsen Gwenyth Bennett Chapman Shayna Madelyn Graydon Haley Schneider Ethan Bankhead Paige Kufahl

Final Game Arizona Polo Club (9) Rebel Polo (1)

All Stars: Paige Kufahl, Kylie Kufahl, Madelyn Graydon, Mikayla Chapman Best Playing Pony: Dulce owned by Nicole Bankhead Officials: Francisco Questel, Rick Sears Equine Welfare Representative: Billy Sheldon 498


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinteria, California July 16, 2016

BLUE Left to Right: Luke Klentner, Mia Sweeney, Nico Escobar, Liam Lott BLUE Liam Preston Lott Mia Sweeney Nicolas Escobar Luke Elizah Klentner

WHITE Alonso Cruz Cory Williams Petra Teixeira Jacob Klentner

Final Game Blue (5) White (4)

All Stars: Nico Escobar, Alonso Cruz, Cory Williams, Jake Klentner Officials: Geronimo Obregon, Steven A. Krueger Equine Welfare Representative: Melanja Jones 499


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PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) South Bay Polo Club • Gilroy, California July 2, 2016

SOUTH BAY Left to Right: Camilla Mcfall, Saci-Elodie Marty, Sid Sharma, Taylor Olcott SOUTH BAY Taylor Olcott Camilla Mcfall Siddharth Sharma Saci-Elodie Marty

CENTRAL COAST Charles Tabor Campbell Petra Teixeira Claire Kennedy Oliva Marty

Final Game South Bay (6) Central Coast (4)

All Stars: Petra Teixeira, Sid Sharma, Taylor Olcott, Camilla McFall Officials: Rick Sears, Jeffrey A. Scheraga 500


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT ARENA CHALLENGE QUALIFER (0-4 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinteria, California November 11-12, 2016

CENTRAL COAST POLO CLUB Left to Right: Petra Teixeria, Hannah Lily Heitzig, Jacob Klentner CENTRAL COAST POLO CLUB Jacob Klentner Petra Teixeira Hannah Lily Heitzig

CAN-CAN Luke Elizah Klentner Leah Brooks Torres Jonathan L. Burrows

KLENTNER RANCH Margaret L. Papka Cory Williams Justin T. Klentner

Game 1 Central Coast Polo Club (11) Klentner Ranch (8)

Game 2 Klentner Ranch (11) Can-can (6)

Final Game Central Coast Polo Club (12) Can-Can (6)

Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall 501


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT ARENA MASTERS CUP (0-4 Goal) Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California October 28-30, 2016

WESTMONT COLLEGE Left to Right: Hank Uretz, Franz Felhaber, Mariano Silva WESTMONT COLLEGE Franz Ernst Felhaber Mariano Silva Hank Joseph Uretz

CAL POLY Jeremy Korfs Stone Rush Sage Ellington Theo Anastos

Game 1 Westmont College (17) Cal Poly (4)

OREGON STATE Jake Fonger Abel Luis Estraviz Troy Haslem

Final Game Westmont College (19) Cal Poly (5)

Most Valuable Player: Mariano Silva Best Playing Pony: Milly owned by Central Coast Officials: Stephanie K. Massey, Todd Randall Equine Welfare Representative: Megan Judge 502


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST CIRCUIT ARENA WOMEN’S CHALLENGE CUP (0-4 Goal) Central Coast Polo Club • Los Osos, California August 5-7, 2016

CALIFORNIA POLO CLUB Left to Right: Jennifer Alexy, Katty Wong, Kirsten Ludwig CALIFORNIA POLO Jennifer Alexy Kirsten Ludwig Katty Wong

CAL POLY Hannah Lily Heitzig Trista Noland Jillian Christine Tietje

ORANGE COUNTY Shelley M. Geiler Heather L. Perkins Kelli McLean Newton

Game 1 California Polo (4) Cal Poly (3)

Game 3 California Polo (8) Orange County (5)

Game 2 Cal Poly (11) Orange County (3)

Final Game California Polo (4) Cal Poly (3)

Most Valuable Player: Kirsten Ludwig Best Playing Pony: Delia owned by Central Coast Polo Officials: David Tyler Samaniego, Megan Carter Judge, Rick Sears Equine Welfare Representative: Megan Judge 503


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® CARLTON AND KELEEN BEAL CUP (10-12 Goal) Eldorado Polo Club • Indio, California February 5-14, 2016

TWIN PALMS Left to Right: Remy Du Celliee Muller, Santiago Wulff, Graham Bray, Chris Maloney TWIN PALMS Remy Du Celliee Muller Graham Bray Chris Maloney Santiago Scopsi Wulff

COTTEREL FARMS Francisco Maria Benardoni Jennifer Luttrell-Benardoni Ruben Coscia Juan Enrique Curbelo

ANTELOPE Felipe Vercellino Chad Jeffrey Bowman Santiago Trotz Geoffrey H. Palmer

RH Gaston von Wernich Mariano Fassetta Daniel Walker Benhaur Soleimani

Game 1 Antelope (14) Cotterel Farms (9)

Game 4 Antelope (10) RH (6)

Game 7 Cotterel Farms (12) RH (9)

Game 2 Twin Palms (11) RH (10)

Game 5 Antelope (5) Twin Palms (4)

Final Game Twin Palms (12) Antelope (11)

Game 3 Twin Palms (9) Cotterel Farms (5)

Game 6 RH (10) Cotterel Farms (9)

Most Valuable Player: Graham Bray Best Playing Pony: Rubio owned by Santiago Wulff Officials: Andy Maze, Fergus James Gould Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Manno 504


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 CHAMPIONS CUP (6-8 Goal) Empire Polo Club • Indio, California March 25-April 3, 2016

LOCKTON Left to Right: Max Menini, Tim Kelly, Bryan Middleton, Jessica Bailey LOCKTON Bryan Middleton Timothy Fletcher Kelly Jessica Bree Bailey Maximiliano R. Menini

PIOCHO Athena H. Malin Christian Sterling Giannico John Eicher III Cameron Marie Smith

LAUBURU POLO Doug Michael Blumenthal Rodrigo Salinas Francisco Guinazu Eric D. Hammon Eduardo Perez Game 1 Roseville Motor Cars (12) Lauburu Polo (8)

Game 4 Piocho (14) Roseville Motor Cars (9)

ROSEVILLE MOTOR CARS Thomas Alan Costello Ashton Wolf Mariano Gutierrez Brian L. Ward Game 6 Lockton (8) Roseville Motor Cars (4)

Game 2 Lockton (17) Piocho (7)

Game 5 Lauburu Polo (12) Piocho (11)

Final Game Lockton (10) Lauburu Polo (9)

Game 3 Lockton (18) Lauburu Polo (10) Most Valuable Player: Max Menini Best Playing Pony: Tita owned by Max Menini Officials: Kimo Huddleston, Juan J. Boote Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Manno 505


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® HERING CUP (0-3 Goal) Lakeside Polo Club • Lakeside, California November 12-13, 2016

YOUNG GUNS Left to Right: Molly Agee, Skylar Dale, Garrett Bankhead YOUNG GUNS Garrett Bankhead Skylar Dale Molly Agee

THREE AMIGOS Shaun Clinton Cornell Francisco Questel Nick Bankhead

LOS VIEJOS AND THE KID Andrew Scott Richard E. Crane III Steven C. Geyer Eugene R. Hering III

TODROS SANTOS Sue Landio Mariah Mudgett Nicole DeBerg

Game 1 Young Guns (19) Todros Santos (1)

Game 3 Three Amigos (7) Todros Santos (4)

Game 2 Los Viejos And The Kid (9) Three Amigos (4)

Final Game Young Guns (10) Los Viejos And The Kid (6)

Most Valuable Player: Eugene R. Hering III Best Playing Pony: Madonna owned by Skylar Dale Officials: Kimo Huddleston, Francisco Questel Equine Welfare Representative: Nicole Bankhead 506


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 LIONS CUP (0-4 Goal) Empire Polo Club • Indio, California March 25-April 3, 2016

WILL RODGERS/CASA SOMBRAS Left to Right: Diego Cossio, Bayne Bossom, Bolko Kissling, Conrad Kissling WILL RODGERS/CASA SOMBRAS Diego Cossio Bolko Kissling Bayne Clive Bossom Conrad Kissling BLAZERS Armando F. Gonzalez Kyle Fargey Patrick G. Powell Malia K. McCoy Game 1 Coldwell Banker/AR Polo (7) Empire/Thermal (5.5) Game 2 Blazers (11) Evergreen (4.5)

COLDWELL BANKER/ AR POLO Alvaro Tadeo Alex Green Caroline Anier Roisin Obrien Scott E. Walker

Game 3 Will Rodgers/Casa Sombras (8) Evergreen (5.5) Game 4 Blazers (12) Coldwell Banker/AR Polo (7) Game 5 Empire/Thermal (3) Evergreen (4)

EMPIRE/THERMAL Robert Scapa Reginald Frederick Whyte Erik F. Wright Jacob M. Devane EVERGREEN Juan Jose Gonzalez Bryan Middleton Thomas A. Sprung Noah William Sprung Game 6 Will Rodgers/Casa Sombras (8) Coldwell Banker/AR Polo (7) Final Game Will Rodgers/Casa Sombras (10) Blazers (9)

Most Valuable Player: Conrad Kissling Best Playing Pony: Macarena owned by Kyle Fargey Officials: Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Juan J. Boote Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Manno 507


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® MACK AND MADELYN JASON MEMORIAL (4-6 Goal) Eldorado Polo Club • Indio, California March 12, 2016

M-3 Left to Right: Madelyn Cobb, Peter Blake, Jared Sheldon, Alonso Andrade M-3 GYPSY Alonso Andrade Shannon C. Smull Peter James Blake IV Taylor Bostwick Freeman Jared Sheldon Remy Du Celliee Muller Madelyn Mackall Cobb Graham Bray Suzanne M. Figi

Final Game M-3 (11) Gypsy (10)

Most Valuable Player: Jared Sheldon Best Playing Pony: Geisha owned by Peter Blake Officials: Andy Maze, Kimo Huddleston Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Manno 508


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 PACIFIC COAST OPEN (14-20 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinteria, California August 12-28, 2016

RESTORATION HARDWARE Left to Right: Costi Caset, Ben Soleimani, Santi von Wernich, Jason Crowder FMB TOO! LUCCHESE RESTORATION Francisco de Navaez Ignacio Badiola HARDWARE Henry Walker Jeff Hall Jason K. Crowder Felipe Vercellino Steven A. Krueger Constancio Vicente Caset John R. Muse Santiago Pedro von Wernich Francisco de Narvaez Benhaur Soleimani KLENTNER RANCH SD FARMS Adam Snow Facundo Obregon Alan Martinez Jesse C. Bray Christian Sterling Giannico FARMERS & Justin T. Klentner Cesar Polledo MERCHANTS BANK Geronimo Obregon Sayyu Dantata Joaquin Panelo Lucas A. Criado Robert Herndon Radcliff V Daniel Walker Game 1 Farmers & Merchants Bank (5) FMB Too! (4)

Game 4 Lucchese (9) SD Farms (6)

Game 7 FMB Too! (11) SD Farms (8)

Game 2 Restoration Hardware (9) Lucchese (5)

Game 5 Farmers & Merchants Bank (14) Klentner Ranch (8)

Game 8 Klentner Ranch (16) Restoration Hardware (7)

Game 3 Klentner Ranch (12) SD Farms (11)

Game 6 Restoration Hardware (7) FMB Too! (5)

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Game 10 Restoration Hardware (9) Farmers & Merchants Bank (8)

Game 11 FMB Too! (10) Klentner Ranch (7)

Final Game Restoration Hardware (13) FMB Too! (9)

Most Valuable Player: Constancio Vicente Caset Best Playing Pony: Chelo Poncho owned by Costi Caset Officials: Darrell Victor Schwetz, Julian Appleby, Ka’aina M. DeCoite Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall 510


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 EL ENCANTO POLO CLASSIC (12-16 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinrteria, California July 8-10, 2016

KLENTNER RANCH Left to Right: Jesse Bray, Facundo Obregon, Geronimo Obregon, Justin Klentner KLENTNER RANCH Facundo Obregon Geronimo Obregon Justin T. Klentner Jesse C. Bray

FMB TOO! Francisco de Navaez Francisco de Narvaez Henry Walker Felipe Vercellino

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Joaquin Panelo Daniel Walker Lucas A. Criado Robert Herndon Radcliff V

LUCCHESE John R. Muse Steven A. Krueger Ignacio Badiola Jeff Hall

Game 1 Klentner Ranch (13) Lucchese (9)

Game 3 FMB Too! (10) Lucchese (8)

Game 2 Farmers & Merchants Bank (12) FMB Too! (9)

Final Game Klentner Ranch (14) Farmers & Merchants Bank (11)

Most Valuable Player: Jesse C. Bray Best Playing Pony: Perla owned by Santi Trotz Officials: Matias Baibiene, Fergus James Gould, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall 511


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® POPE CHALLENGE (12 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinrteria, California May 20-29, 2016

TWIN PALMS Left to Right: Chris Maloney, Santi Wulff, Graham Bray, Remy Mueller TWIN PALMS Santiago Scopsi Wulff Remy Du Celliee Muller Chris Maloney Graham Bray ANTELOPE Felipe Vercellino Santiago Trotz Kenneth Wright Geoffrey H. Palmer

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Charlie Walker Felipe Hector Viana Lucas Escobar Henry Walker

Game 1 Antelope (10) Farmers & Merchants Bank (7)

Game 4 Highwood (9) Farmers & Merchants Bank (8)

Game 2 Twin Palms (12) Highwood (8)

Game 5 Antelope (11) Twin Palms (7)

HIGHWOOD Marcelo Rodriguez Abbiati Mariano Fassetta Ronald P. Mathison Daniel Walker KLENTNER RANCH Jacob Klentner Martin Donovan Jesse C. Bray Justin T. Klentner Game 7 Twin Palms (9) Highwood (8) Game 8 Antelope (13) Klentner Ranch (12)

Game 6 Final Game Klentner Ranch (10) Farmers & Merchants Bank Twin Palms (14) Antelope (13) (9) Most Valuable Player: Santiago Scopsi Wulff Best Playing Pony: Barbarita owned by Felipe Vercellino Officials: George Olivas, Matias Baibiene, Rick Sears Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall

Game 3 Twin Palms (11) Klentner Ranch (7)

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 JEWLERY BY GAUTHIER POLO CUP (12 Goal) Santa Barbara Polo Club • Carpinrteria, California May 6-15, 2016

FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Left to Right: Luis Escobar, Henry Walker, Felipe Viana, Alonso Andrade-Cruz FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Charlie Walker Felipe Hector Viana Luis Escobar Henry Walker Alonso Andrade-Cruz ANTELOPE Felipe Vercellino Santiago Trotz Kenneth Wright Geoffrey H. Palmer Game 1 Antelope (10) Highwood (7) Game 2 Farmers & Merchants Bank (12) Klentner Ranch (11)

HIGHWOOD Ronald P. Mathison Daniel Walker Marcelo Rodriguez Abbiati Mariano Fassetta

KLENTNER RANCH Jacob Klentner Martin Donovan Jesse C. Bray Justin T. Klentner TWIN PALMS Chris Maloney Remy Du Celliee Muller Santiago Scopsi Wulff Graham Bray

Game 3 Antelope (11) Farmers & Merchants Bank (10) Game 4 Twin Palms (8) Klentner Ranch (7) Game 5 Twin Palms (12) Klentner Ranch (10)

Game 6 Farmers & Merchants Bank (10) Twin Palms (8) Final Game Farmers & Merchants Bank (12) Twin Palms (8)

Most Valuable Player: Luis Escobar Best Playing Pony: Grey Goose owned by Felipe Viana Officials: George Olivas, Patrick M. Uretz, Matias Baibiene Equine Welfare Representative: Josh Hall 513


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PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Big Horn Polo Club • Big Horn, Wyoming July 31, 2016

CENTURY 21 Left to Right: Tommy Huber, Avery Evans, Davis Hord, Quinn Evans CENTURY 21 Quinn Evans Thomas J. Huber Jr. Davis Hord Avery L Evans

HAMMER CHEVROLET Lucas Gaetano Arellano Hope Faustina Arellano Carter Nix Kayden Winterholler

SHERIDAN SEED Alexis Payan Joseph M. Stimmel Rexy Vicardo Abigail Benton

Game 1 Century 21 (3) Hammer Chevrolet (1)

Game 2 Hammer Chevrolet (3) Sheridan Seed (0)

Game 3 Century 21 (3) Sheridan Seed (1)

All Stars: Tommy Huber, Hope Arellano, Lucas Arellano, Davis Hord, Alexis Payan Officials: Carlos M. Galindo, Anna Winslow, Toby Wayman Equine Welfare Representative: Megan Flynn 514


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT INTRA-CIRCUIT (8-12 Goal) Denver Polo Club • Littleton, Colorado August 3-7, 2016 INSPIRATO Santiago Torres Mark Wates Bautista Panelo Tan Kahn

EVERGREEN Carlos L. Galindo Craig Russell Peter James Blake IV Thomas A. Sprung

MYERS RANCH POLO TEAM Charlie Sendoya Jorge Donovan Erica Gandomcar-Sachs Gabriel Lucas Myers

Game 1 Inspirato (6) Evergreen (5)

Game 2 Inspirato (5) Myers Ranch Polo Team (4)

Game 3 Evergreen (7) Myers Ranch Polo Team (6)

Most Valuable Player: Santiago Torres Officials: Juan J. Boote, Alejandro M. Roldan Equine Welfare Representative: Bridget Sibson Equine Welfare Representative: Daren Tamplin 515


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP Denver Polo Club • Littleton, Colorado July 13-17, 2016

LEFTHAND POLO Santiago Bottaro Rick Lontin Govinda Quish Agustin Bottaro

EVERGREEN Thomas A. Sprung Noah William Sprung Peter James Blake IV Carlos L. Galindo

MARIGOLD Habib Nasrullah Zenon Cardoner David Starman Jason Stubs

COORS Mark Wates Vinny Sangaline Joseph Coors III Craig Russell

HIGH PRAIRIE POLO Rob Gray III Luis Eduardo Saracco Ignacio Rom Victor Vargas

MYERS POLO Gabriel Lucas Myers Bridget Fortune Sibson Charlie Sendoya Gabriel Alejandro Saccullo Robert Burk

Game 1 Lefthand Polo (10) Coors (3)

Game 4 Evergreen (7.5) High Prairie Polo (5)

Game 7 Myers Polo (9) Coors (7)

Game 2 Lefthand Polo (8.5) Myers Polo (5)

Game 5 Evergreen (6.5) Marigold (6)

Final Game Lefthand Polo (5.5) Evergreen (5)

Game 3 Marigold (4) High Prairie Polo (3)

Game 6 Myers Polo (8) Marigold (7)

Most Valuable Player: Agustin Bottaro Best Playing Pony: Rabbit owned by Santiago Bottaro Officials: Craig Russell, Mark Wates, Erica Gandomcar-Sachs Equine Welfare Representative: Bridget Sibson 516


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT WOMEN’S CHALLENGE Denver Polo Club • Littleton, Colorado September 1-4, 2016

ASPEN Left to Right: Annie Myers, Jessica Gayanich, Erica Gandomcar, Tiamo Hudspeth ASPEN Jessica Gayanich Annie Myers Erica Gandomcar-Sachs Tiamo Hudspeth

BOULDER Lacey Safonovs Savannah Hussey Lesley Ann Fong-Yee Michele Subaran

TELLURIDE Lydia Craig Rebecca L Patoile Penny Smith Bridget Fortune Sibson Tara Polson

Final Game* Aspen (14) Boulder (11) Telluride (9)

*Round Robin Most Valuable Player: Erica Gandomcar-Sachs Best Playing Pony: Sorpressa owned by Erica Gandomcar Officials: Mark Wates, Craig Russell Equine Welfare Representative: Mark Wates 517


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ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES Aspen Valley Polo Club • Carbondale, Colorado July 30, 2016

BLUE Left to Right: Nikko Ramirez, Rufino Merlos, Riley Ganzi, Santos Bollini, Grant Ganzi BLUE Grant Maxwell Ganzi Rufino Merlos Santos Bollini Riley M. Ganzi Nikko Ramirez

GREEN Michael Calle Segundo Merlos Olivia Merlos Santos Merlos

Final Game Blue (5) Green (4)

All Stars: Santos Merlos, Rufino Merlos, Grant Ganzi, Segundo Merlos Officials: Sebastian Dawnay, Dale Joseph Schwetz, Anthony Calle Equine Welfare Representative: Daren Tamplin 518


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT INTRA-CIRCUIT (8-12 Goal) Point Clear Polo Club • Point Clear, Alabama October 6-15, 2016

PARROT HEADS Left to Right: Roni Duke, Herndon Radcliff, Carlucho Arellano, Tom Gose PARROT HEADS Thomas Hastey Gose Carlos Arellano Jr. Robert Herndon Radcliff V Roni T. Duke

CLEARWATER Camp R. Campbell IV Gonzalo Teves Chip R. Campbell III Hutch Radcliff

TIBURON Tomas Eduardo Collingwood Catherine Alba Collen A. Clark Luis Ernesto Ansola

BOTTEGA/BOBCAT Frank Stitt III Bob Edmundson Collin J. McCosh Alan Martinez

FAIRPLAY Robert Flynn Orthwein Esther Kane Steven D. Tipler Ulysses E. Escapite

UPATOI Joseph P. Meyer John Francis Flournoy Jr. Eddy Roberto Martinez Jesse Charles Weaver

Game 1 Parrot Heads (7) Fairplay (4)

Game 4 Bottega/bobcat (13) Upatoi (12)

Game 7 Upatoi (12) Fairplay (9)

Game 2 Upatoi (14) Clearwater (9)

Game 5 Tiburon (8) Fairplay (6)

Game 8 Parrot Heads (11) Bottega/bobcat (6)

Game 3 Tiburon (9) Bottega/bobcat (8)

Game 6 Parrot Heads (9) Clearwater (7)

Final Game Parrot Heads (9) Tiburon (6)

Most Valuable Player: Robert Herndon Radcliff V Best Playing Pony: Seneca owned by Tommy Collingwood Officials: Kevin Thomas Fawcett, Sain Flera Joseph Equine Welfare Representative: Gonzalo Teves 519


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (6 Goal) Aiken Polo Club • Aiken, South Carolina September 13-October 2, 2016

LBL/GOLD DRAGOONS Left to Right: Luis Galvan, Marcos Onetto, Alsion Patricelli, Richard Terbrusch LBL POLO/GOLD DRAGOONS Richard P. Terbrusch Luis F. Galvan Marcos Onetto Alison Patricelli

HYDE PARK/WILLOW BRANCH Amy Louise Flowers Barry WM Limehouse Kegan Walsh Delmer Carroll Walton

HUTCHINSON/ WHISKEY VICTOR Whitney C. Vogt Jason Wates Geoff G. Cameron Charles E. Hutchinson V

LITHOPRINT/ BLESSINGS PLANTATION Eddy Roberto Martinez Tony Sekera Edouard C. des Francs Matt Sekera

Game 1 Hutchinson/Whiskey Victor (8) Hyde Park/Willow Branch (4)

Game 3 Hutchinson/Whiskey Victor (9) Lithoprint/Blessings Plantation (5)

Game 5 Lithoprint/Blessings Plantation (10) Hyde Park/Willow Branch (7)

Game 2 LBL Polo/Gold Dragoons (9) Hyde Park/Willow Branch (6)

Game 4 LBL Polo/Gold Dragoons (9) Hutchinson/Whiskey Victor (4)

Game 6 Lithoprint/Blessings Plantation (7) LBL Polo/Gold Dragoons (5)

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Final Game LBL Polo/Gold Dragoons (6) Hutchinson/Whiskey Victor (4)

Most Valuable Player: Luis F. Galvan Best Playing Pony: Remy owned by Jason Wates Officials: Omar O. Cepeda, Chad Kraml, Equine Welfare Representative: Cissie Snow 521


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (0-4 Goal) New Orleans Polo Club • Folsom, Louisiana May 28-29, 2016

MAS MACHOS Daniel R. Hunter Jonathon C. Wimberly Luis Ernesto Ansola Damian Gregorio Simones Jesse L. Wimberly III COLUMBIA PETROLUM Carlito Garcia Sebastian F. Koga William E. Simmons III Emilio Francisco Enciso

NINE MILE HALT Dennis Antolik William Lyle Terral Sebastian Bonorino Jackie Jolie S.O. POLO Mohamed A. Elkersh Kim McGrath Jay D. Addison Segundo Eusebio Ortiz

SUMMERGROVE FARM Martin Acosia Ellis Yanes Catherine Alba David H. Fennelly

Game 1 Mas Machos (6) Summergrove Farm (4)

Game 4 S.O. Polo (4) Columbia Petrolum (2)

Game 7 Nine Mile Halt (2) Columbia Petrolum (1)

Game 2 S.O. Polo (7) Nine Mile Halt (3)

Game 5 Nine Mile Halt (6) Summergrove Farm (5)

Final Game Mas Machos (5) S.O. Polo (4)

Game 3 Nine Mile Halt (4) Columbia Petrolum (3)

Game 6 Summergrove Farm (4) Columbia Petrolum (3)

Most Valuable Player: Daniel R. Hunter Best Playing Pony: Wiggles owned by Lacey Conway Officials: Kevin Thomas Fawcett, Doug Parsons Equine Welfare Representative: Jay Addison 522


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (4-6 Goal) Bluewater Polo Club • Muscle Shoals, Alabama October 15-16, 2016

MEMPHIS/NINE BEARS Left to Right: Mary Clinton, Neil Osburg, Alferdo Guerreno, Fargason Erb MEMPHIS/NINE BEARS Fargason Erb Neil C. Osburg Alfredo Guerreno Mary E. Clinton

BOTTEGA Ruth Swann Steven D. Tipler Stuart I. Campbell Frank Stitt III

BLUEWATER CREEK Edward S. Robbins III Apolinar Baez Harry R. Caldwell Charlie R Caldwell

CLEAR LAKE FARMS Juan Valerdi Midge Wilson Ellison Casimir Van De Bly Jimmy Wetter

Game 1 Memphis/Nine Bears (10) Bottega (9)

Game 3 Bottega (6) Bluewater Creek (5)

Game 2 Clear Lake Farms (7) Bluewater Creek (6)

Final Game Memphis/Nine Bears (6) Clear Lake Farms (5)

Officials: Sain Flera Joseph Equine Welfare Representative: Brett Brown 523


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-4 Goal) New Orleans Polo Club • Folsom, Louisiana November 12-13, 2016

S.O. POLO Left to Right: Oscar Hernandez, Kim McGrath, Segundo Ortiz, Lacey Conway S.O. POLO Segundo Eusebio Ortiz Lacey Merrick Conway Kim McGrath Oscar J. Hernandez

GUATEMALA Eden Gonzales Marto Yanes Pedro Has Carlitos Garcia

NINE MILE HALT William Lyle Terral Scott Martiniere Sebastian Bonorino Dennis Antolik

FOUR PINES FARM Elio Yanes Joe Sinaira Nofio J. Pecoraro Sebastian F. Koga

MAS MACHOS Jesse L. Wimberly III Catherine Alba Jonathon C. Wimberly Luis Ernesto Ansola

Game 1 S.O. Polo (4) Mas Machos (3)

Game 4 Guatemala (4) Four Pines Farm (2)

SUMMERGROVES FARM Jackie Jolie Fernando Ayala Emilio Francisco Enciso Pablo Tejada Lori E. Summers Game 7 Mas Machos (8) Four Pines Farm (3)

Game 2 S.O. Polo (6) Summergroves Farm (2)

Game 5 Guatemala (3) Nine Mile Halt (2)

Game 8 Nine Mile Halt (6) Summergroves Farm (3)

Game 3 Game 6 Final Game Mas Machos (4) Nine Mile Halt (5) S.O. Polo (7) Summergroves Farm (3) Four Pines Farm (3) Guatemala (5) Most Valuable Player: Oscar J. Hernandez Best Playing Pony: Wiggles owned by Lacey Conway Officials: Kenneth Fawcett, Doug Parsons Equine Welfare Representative: Jay Addison 524


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (8 Goal) Aiken Polo Club • Aiken, South Carolina May 22-June 5, 2016

NEW HOPE Left to Right: Luis Galvan, Dennys Santana, Pedro Lara, Theresa King NEW HOPE Theresa A. King Timothy Cheromcka Pedro A. Lara Dennys Antonio Santana Luis F. Galvan

PEACHTREE Marcos Onetto Anthony Vita Wilbert O’Brien Limehouse Randy F. Rizor SD FARMS Alex Lopez Sayyu Dantata Cesar Polledo Daymar Rosser Miguel Boly Villanueva

BLUES BROTHERS Barbara G. Uskup Antonio Galvan Gabriel S. Crespo Scott Silver Game 1 SD Farms (11) Blues Brothers (10)

Game 4 Peachtree (8) SD Farms (7)

Game 6 SD Farms (8) New Hope (7)

Game 2 New Hope (11) Peachtree (9)

Game 5 New Hope (15) Blues Brothers (12)

Final Game New Hope (11) SD Farms (8)

Game 3 Peachtree (19) Blues Brothers (8) Most Valuable Player: Dennys Antonio Santana Best Playing Pony: Alma owned by Sayyu Dantata Officials: Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Omar O. Cepeda, Eugene H. Kneece Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Cissie Snow 525


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-4 Goal) Memphis Polo Club • Memphis, Tennessee June 11-12, 2016

MID AMERICA A David Michael von Gontard Delmer Carroll Walton Peter V von Gontard Jr. Paul T. von Gontard

MEMPHIS POLO CLUB Midge Wilson Ellison Edward Fargason Erb Alfredo Guerreno Oscar P. Atkinson

BLUEWATER CREEK Carlos C.Martinez Steven D. Tipler Apolinar Baez Douglas Bennett Moore Paul Judson Carlton IV

MID AMERICA Brent Mirikitani Chase H. Butler Tessa Callaghan Lord Justin B. Baisch

Game 1 Memphis Polo Club (11) Mid America (9)

Game 2 Mid America A (9) Bluewater Creek (8)

Final Game Mid America A (8) Memphis Polo Club (5)

Equine Welfare Representative: Edmond James 526


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (6 Goal) Wagener Polo Club • Wagener, South Carolina May 24-June 5, 2016

JS POLO Left to Right: Richard Salter, Francisco Eddy, Martin Eddy, Geoff Cameron JS POLO BLESSING SIG POLO Richard H. Salter Edouard C. des Francs Mandeep Singh Martin Eddy Jose De Jesus Ontiveros Jason Wates Geoff G. Cameron Horacio Onetto Richard W. Hartnett Jr. Francisco Eddy Scott W. Brown Paul M. Shealy AIKEN SADDLERY Eddy Roberto Martinez Matt Sekera Frank Mullins J.D. Cooper

EL CEDRO AZUL Alan C. Hale Gabriel S. Crespo Whitney C. Vogt Alex Lopez

BLACK ROOSTER Glenn D. Miller Marvin L. Slosman Pablo Pedro Manion Collin J. McCosh

NEW HOPE Timothy Cheromcka Dennys Antonio Santana Pedro A. Lara James P. Gadea

Game 1 SIG Polo (7) Black Rooster (2)

Game 4 JS Polo (6) El Cedro Azul (5)

Game 7 Woodlawn (6) Black Rooster (2)

Game 2 JS Polo (7) New Hope (4)

Game 5 Aiken Saddlery (8) Black Rooster (3)

Game 8 SIG Polo (8) Aiken Saddlery (7)

Game 3 Woodlawn (5) SIG Polo (4)

Game 6 New Hope (5) El Cedro Azul (2)

Game 9 JS Polo (9) Blessing (5)

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Game 10 Blessing (5) New Hope (3)

Game 12 El Cedro Azul (7) Blessing (4)

Game 11 Woodlawn (9) Aiken Saddlery (6)

Final Game JS Polo (7) Woodlawn (5)

Most Valuable Player: Francisco Eddy Best Playing Pony: Bombita owned by Francisco Eddy Officials: Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow, Horacio Onetto, William Raab Equine Welfare Representative: Billy Raab 528


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (2-4 Goal) Point Clear Polo Club • Point Clear, Alabama October 22-23, 2016

CLEAR LAKE Left to Right: Alfredo Guerreno, Herndon Radcliff, Midge Ellison, Hutch Radcliff CLEAR LAKE Hutch Radcliff Robert Herndon Radcliff V Alfredo Guerreno Midge Wilson Ellison

CARSON HILL/ARCOLA RANCH William D. Mackey Juan Martinez-Baez Sain Flera Joseph Kenneth W. Bramlett

BOBCAT Robert Flynn Orthwein Steven D. Tipler Bob Edmundson Bonnie K. Corner

MEMPHIS POLO CLUB Juan Valerdi Mikhal C. Newberry James H. Wetter Jr. Oscar P. Atkinson

Game 1 Clear Lake (12.5) Bobcat (4)

Game 3 Bobcat (5) Carson Hill/Arcola Ranch (4.5)

Game 2 Memphis Polo Club (11.5) Carson Hill/Arcola Ranch (6)

Final Game Clear Lake (8.5) Memphis Polo Club (7)

Most Valuable Player: Robert Herndon Radcliff V Best Playing Pony: Jesse owned by Juan Valerdi Officials: Juan Carlos Gonzalez Equine Welfare Representative: Mikhal Newberry 529


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (0-4 Goal) New Orleans Polo Club • Folsom, Louisiana June 4-5, 2016

MAISON DU PARC Left to Right: Luis Ansola, Elio Yanes, Pablo Tejada, Lori Summers MAISON DU PARC Elio Yanes Lori E. Summers Pablo Tejada Luis Ernesto Ansola

NINE MILE HALT Lacey Merrick Conway Sebastian Bonorino Dennis Antolik William Lyle Terral

MAS MACHOS Segundo Eusebio Ortiz Kim McGrath Jesse L. Wimberly III Jonathon C. Wimberly

SUMMERGROVE FARM Fernando Ayala Nofio J. Pecoraro David H. Fennelly Jackie Jolie

Game 1 Maison Du Parc (7) Nine Mile Halt (4)

Game 3 Nine Mile Halt (5) Summergrove Farm (4)

Game 2 Mas Machos (7) Summergrove Farm (3)

Final Game Maison Du Parc (6) Mas Machos (4)

Most Valuable Player: Luis Ernesto Ansola Best Playing Pony: Rulo owned by Segundo Ortiz Officials: Kenneth Fawcett, Doug Parsons Equine Welfare Representative: Jay Addison 530


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT SPORTSMANSHIP CUP (0 Goal) Bluewater Creek Polo Club • Muscle Shoals, Alabama June 25-26, 2016

BLUEWATER CREEK POLO Left to Right: Ed Robbins, Teena Tucker, Charlie Caldwell, Polo Baez BLUEWATER CREEK POLO Apolinar Baez Charlie R. Caldwell Teena Tucker Edward S. Robbins III

CENTAUR RACING Paul Carlton Carlos Martinez Egan Spottore Ruth Swann

Final Game Bluewater Creek Polo (8) Centaur Racing (4)

Most Valuable Player: Charlie R. Caldwell Best Playing Pony: Cupcake owned by Ed Robbin Officials: Douglas Moore, Harry Caldwell Equine Welfare Representative: Brett Brown 531


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (4-6 Goal) Wagner Polo Club • Wagner, South Carolina September 14-October 2, 2016

SIG POLO Left to Right: Deep Singh, Agustin Arellano, Cesar Rangel, Willie Hartnett SIG POLO Agustin Murphy Arellano Richard W. Hartnett Jr. Mandeep Singh Cesar Rangel

GOLD DRAGOONS Richard P. Terbrusch Luis F. Galvan Thomas J.J. Ravenel Stuart I. Campbell

PM-LAUBURU POLO Marcos Onetto Eduardo Perez Justin Moore Pimsner Scott W. Brown

CASA AZUL Grayson Brown Eddy Roberto Martinez Matt Sekera Timothy F. Zekany

HUTCHINSON FARMS Timothy Cheromcka Dennys Antonio Santana Jose De Jesus Ontiveros Charles E. Hutchinson V

TANDEM Jason Wates Paul M. Shealy Pedro A. Lara Derek Joseph Berg WOODLAWN Hope Faustina Arellano Chilo Cordova Omar O. Cepeda Phillip F. Staples

DERRY HEIR Geoff G. Cameron William Donahey Colleen Donahey Craig Fraser Robert W. Donahey Game 1 SIG Polo (10) Gold Dragoons (5)

Game 3 Hutchinson Farms (7) PM-Lauburu Polo (5.5)

Game 5 SIG Polo (7) Casa Azul (6)

Game 2 Tandem (8) Derry Heir (3.5)

Game 4 Woodlawn (8) Casa Azul (5)

Game 6 PM-Lauburu Polo (6.5) Derry Heir (6)

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Game 10 Gold Dragoons (10) Casa Azul (5)

Game 12 Tandem (8) PM-Lauburu Polo (1.5)

Game 8 Tandem (3) Hutchinson Farms (2)

Game 11 Hutchinson Farms (7) Derry Heir (5)

Final Game SIG Polo (7) Tandem (3)

Game 9 SIG Polo (7) Woodlawn (5)

Most Valuable Player: Agustin Murphy Arellano Best Playing Pony: Maria owned by Paul Shealy Officials: Luis F. Galvan, Chad Kraml Equine Welfare Representative: Bill Raab 533


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT MASTERS CUP (0-2 Goal) Memphis Polo Club • Memphis, Tennessee September 3-4, 2016

WINDRUSH Left to Right: Stuart Irby, Midge Ellison, Jimmy Wetter, Juan Valerdi WINDRUSH POLO Juan Valerdi James H. Wetter Jr. Midge Wilson Ellison Stuart McIlwaine Irby Jr.

MEMPHIS POLO CLUB Bayard Snowden Erb Alfredo Guerreno Oscar P. Atkinson Margaret Connell Erb

Final Game Windrush Polo (9) Memphis Polo Club (8)

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT CONSTITUTION CUP (0-4 Goal) New Orleans Polo Club • Folsom, Louisiana November 5-6, 2016

NINE MILE HALT Left to Right: William Terral, Nofio Pecoraro, Dennis Antolik, Sebastian Bonorino NINE MILE HALT Sebastian Bonorino William Lyle Terral Nofio J. Pecoraro Dennis Antolik

LOS POLISIAS LOCOS Lori E. Summers Luis Ernesto Ansola Emilio Francisco Enciso Sebastian F. Koga

CRYSTAL HOT SAUCE Segundo Eusebio Ortiz Jesse L. Wimberly III Kim McGrath Jay D. Addison

SUMMERGROVE FARM Francisco E. Ayala Jonathon C. Wimberly Catherine Alba David H. Fennelly

Game 1 Los Polisias Locos (6) Crystal Hot Sauce (5)

Game 3 Summergrove Farm (5) Crystal Hot Sauce (4)

Game 2 Nine Mile Halt (4) Summergrove Farm (3)

Final Game Nine Mile Halt (7) Los Polisias Locos (5)

Most Valuable Player: Dennis Antolik Best Playing Pony: Paris owned by Lori Summers Officials: Kevin Thomas Fawcett, Doug Parsons Equine Welfare Representative: Jay Addison 535


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT PLAYERS CUP (0-2 Goal) New Orleans Polo Club • Folsom, Louisanna October 1-2, 2016

MAS MACHOS Left to Right: Jesse Wimberly, Joe Sinatra, Jay Wimberly, Luis Ansola MAS MACHOS Jonathon “Jay” C. Wimberly Jesse L. Wimberly III Joseph Sinatra Luis Ernesto Ansola

NEW ORLEANS WHITE William E. Simmons III Nofio J. Pecoraro Elio Yanes Sebastian F. Koga Lori E. Summers

NEW ORLEANS GREEN Dennis Antolik Dan Faherty William Lyle Terral Sebastian Bonorino

SUMMERGROVES FARM David H. Fennelly Pablo Tejada Tim Rice Jay D. Addison Fernando Ayala

Game 1 Mas Machos (6) New Orleans Green (5)

Game 3 New Orleans Green (8) New Orleans White (5)

Game 2 Summergroves Farm (5) New Orleans White (3)

Final Game Mas Machos (7) Summergroves Farm (4)

Most Valuable Player: Jonathon C. Wimberly Best Playing Pony: Patroma owned by Pablo Tejada Officials: Kevin Thomas Fawcett, Doug Parsons Equine Welfare Representative: Jay Addison 536


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONALYOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Atlanta Regional Polo Center • Tyrone, Georgia July 16-17, 2016

BLUE Left to Right: Rachel Booth, Ian Campbell, Ry Koopman, Harry Caldwell BLUE Harry R. Caldwell Ry Koopman Ian Campbell Rachel Booth

RED Jon Luke Beck Mason Coble Grace Elizabeth Brown Anders Agatha Carlton

WHITE Jessica Lynn Riemann Anneke Beck Pippa Campbell Jennifer Pascarella

Game 1 Red (5) White (4)

Game 2 Blue (6) Red (5)

Final Game Blue (6) White (1)

All Stars: Jon-Luke Beck, Jessica Riemann, Harry Caldwell, Ry Koopman, Ian Campbell Officials: Francisco Questel, Jolie L. Liston Equine Welfare Representative: Larry Olsen

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SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT NATIONALYOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Bluewarer Creek Polo Club • Muscle Shoals, Alabama May 28-29, 2016

IRONHORSE Left to Right: Lilly Martinere, Egan Spoltore, Charlie Caldwell, Javier Cortez IRONHORSE Lilly Dee Martiniere Javier O. Cortez Charlie R Caldwell Egan O’Reill Spoltore

PRESTONWOOD Vaughn E. Miller Cinderella von Falkenhausen Lexi Wright Douglas Moore

BLUE Emily Victoria Wiley Grace Elizabeth Brown Ry Koopman Denilson Rolando Puente

WHITE Elisabeth G. Walker David Werntz Harry R. Caldwell Vance C Miller

Game 1 Prestonwood (6) Blue (5)

Game 3 White (6) Blue (5)

Game 2 Ironhorse (5) White (2)

Final Game Ironhorse (8) Prestonwood (5)

All Stars: Vaughn Miller Jr., Charlie Caldwell, Javier Cortez, Ronnie Puente, Lilly Martinere, Cinderella von Falkenhausen Officials: Apolinar Baez, Jaun Vilarde, Ethan Galis Equine Welfare Representative: Polo Baez

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHEASTERN CIRCUIT ARENA CHALLENGE CUP (-3-0 Goal) Triangle Area Polo Club • Hurdle Mills, North Carolina October 21-23, 2016

THE POLO SCHOOL Left to Right: Tammy Havener, David Brooks, Meredith Harrell THE POLO SCHOOL Tammy Havener David Brooks Meredith Harrell

BELLA LUPUS Chris Wolf Bella Hamon Tatiana Wolf

HICKORY FURNITYRE MART Scott Lail Leslie Brooks Chris Zhang

Game 1 The Polo School (13) Bella Lupus (6)

Game 2 Bella Lupus (9) Hickory Furniture Mart (4)

Final Game The Polo School (14) Hickory Furniture Mart (3)

Most Valuable Player: Tammy Havener Best Playing Pony: JJ owned by David Brooks Officials: Dawson Brooks, Maeren Honacher Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. Chelsey Miller 539


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® ATLANTA CHARITY CUP (0-6 Goal) Atlanta Regional Polo Center • Tyrone, Georgia September 16-18, 2016

OWLCOTE Left to Right: Phil Town, Winship Rees, Luis Galvan, Stuart Campbell OWLCOTE Phil Town Stuart I. Campbell Luis F. Galvan Winship Rees Samuel Clemens

ADAMS EQUESTRIAN Oscar Ramon Acevedo Francisco Questel Jr. Miguel Angel Questel Jolie L. Liston

PONY UP FOR A CAUSE Larry Olsen Marcos Onetto Jose Orfilo Cordova Randy F. Rizor Randy A. Pullen

Game 1 Pony Up For A Cause (5) Adams Equestrian (4)

Game 3 Owlcote (5) Pony Up For A Cause (0)

Game 5 Owlcote (8) Adams Equestrian (4)

Game 2 Adams Equestrian (6) Owlcote (5)

Game 4 Pony Up For A Cause (6) Adams Equestrian (4)

Final Game Pony Up For A Cause (2) Owlcote (2)

Most Valuable Player: Stuart I. Campbell Best Playing Pony: Brooke owned by Jose Cordovo Officials: Juan C. Fillol, Dana Fortugno Equine Welfare Representative: Dr. LM Olsen 540


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 DOGWOOD CUP (8 Goal) Aiken Polo Club • Aiken, South Carolina May 15-29, 2016

BROOKLAND/GOLD’S DRAGOONS Left to Right: Richard Terbrusch, Thomas Ravenel, Marcos Onetto, Luis Galvan BROOKLAND/GOLD’S DRAGOONS Thomas J.J. Ravenel Marcos Onetto Luis F. Galvan Richard P. Terbrusch BLACKBERG RANCH Pedro A. Lara Horacio Onetto Nick Galvan Robert Berg Game 1 Woodlawn (6) Hutchinson Farms/Whiskey Victor (4) Game 2 Blackberg Ranch (5) Casa Azul (4)

CASA AZUL Eddy Roberto Martinez Matt Sekera Tim Zecany Grayson Brown

LIVIN’ THE VISION Cesar Rangel Matthew W. Fonseca Jose De Jesus Ontiveros Scott W. Brown

HUTCHINSON FARMS/ WHISKEY VICTOR Charles E. Hutchinson V Jason Wates Geoff G. Cameron Whitney C. Vogt

WOODLAWN Lucas Gaetano Arellano Phillip F. Staples Jose Orfilo Cordova Omar O. Cepeda

Game 3 Livin’ the Vision (8) Woodlawn (7)

Game 5 Woodlawn (9) Blackberg Ranch (7)

Game 4 Hutchinson Farms/Whiskey Victor (5) Brookland/Gold’s Dragoons (4)

Game 6 Brookland/Gold’s Dragoons (6) Livin’ the Vision (5)

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Game 7 Casa Azul (7) Hutchinson Farms/Whiskey Victor (6)

Game 8 Casa Azul (7) Livin’ the Vision (5)

Final Game Brookland/Gold’s Dragoons (8) Blackberg Ranch (5)

Most Valuable Player: Marcos Onetto Best Playing Pony: Susie owned by Omar Cepeda Officials: Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Eddy Roberto Martinez Equine Welfare Representative: Cissie Snow 542


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 MARDI GRAS (0-3 Goal) New Orleans Polo Club • Folsom, Louisanna November 12-13, 2016

NEW ORLEANS POLO Left to Right: Lori Summers, Sebastian Koga, Emilio Enciso, Luis Ansola NEW ORLEANS POLO Lori E. Summers Luis Ernesto Ansola Emilio Francisco Enciso Sebastian F. Koga

NINE MILE HALT Kim McGrath William Lyle Terral Sebastian Bonorino Jonathon C. Wimberly

COLUMBIA PETROLEUM Dennis Antolik Vincente Ortiz William E. Simmons III Fernando Ayala

SUMMERGROVE FARMS Lacey Merrick Conway Segundo Eusebio Ortiz Catherine Alba David H. Fennelly

Game 1 New Orleans Polo (8) Columbia Petroleum (4)

Game 3 Summergrove Farms (6) Columbia Petroleum (2)

Game 2 Nine Mile Halt (7) Summergrove Farms (6)

Final Game New Orleans Polo (6) Nine Mile Halt (5)

Most Valuable Player: Sebastian F. Koga Best Playing Pony: Ramona owned by Buddy Terral Officials: Kevin Thomas Fawcett, Doug Parsons Equine Welfare Representative: Jay Addison 543


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® PETE BOSTWICK MEMORIAL (10-12 Goal) New Bridge Polo Club • Aiken, South Carolina May 22-June 5, 2016

AMISTA POLO Left to Right: Lucas Arellano, Julio Arellano, Hope Arellano, Agustin Arellano AMISTA POLO Agustin Murphy Arellano Julio Arellano Lucas Gaetano Arellano Hope Faustina Arellano

SILVERSTONE FARMS Alison Patricelli Kegan Walsh Jason Wates Jesus Eloy Escapite

SD FARMS Daymar Rosser Geronimo Obregon Cesar Polledo Sayyu Dantata

UPATOI/FOXDALE EQUINE Hugh S. Worsham John “Jake” Flournoy Jr. Alan Martinez Eddy Roberto Martinez

Game 1 SD Farms (9) Silverstone Farms (9)

Game 4 Amista Polo (11) SD Farms (10)

Game 6 Upatoi/Foxdale Equine (8) SD Farms (7)

Game 2 Amista Polo (14) Upatoi/Foxdale Equine (12)

Game 5 Amista Polo (7) Silverstone Farms (6)

Final Game Amista Polo (12) Upatoi/Foxdale Equine (10)

Game 3 Upatoi/Foxdale Equine (14) Silverstone Farms (9) Most Valuable Player: Agustin Murphy Arellano Best Playing Pony: Muneca owned by Jake Flournoy Officials: Ka’aina M. DeCoite, Luis F. Galvan, Robert Lyn-Kee-Chow Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Brown 544


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 POLO IN THE PINES (0-6 Goal) Atlanta Regional Polo Center • Tyrone, Georgia October 7-9, 2016

TEN OAKS Left to Right: Stuart Campbell, Cesar Rangel, Winship Rees, Anneke Beck TEN OAKS Stuart I. Campbell Winship Rees Cesar Rangel Anneke Beck

AUSTIN POLO Apolinar Baez Jose Martinez Dennis Antolik Ruth Swann

PONY UP Larry Olsen Oscar Ramon Acevedo Jolie L. Liston Francisco Questel Jr. Heather Pullen

Game 1 Ten Oaks (6) Austin Polo (2)

Game 3 Ten Oaks (6) Pony Up (3)

Game 5 Ten Oaks (7) Pony Up (3)

Game 2 Pony Up (5) Austin Polo (3)

Game 4 Austin Polo (5) Ten Oaks (2)

Final Game Pony Up (5) Austin Polo (3)

Most Valuable Player: Apolinar Baez Best Playing Pony: Orbit owned by Anneke Beck Officials: Juan C. Fillol, Dana Fortugno Equine Welfare Representative: L. M. Olsen 545


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT PLAYERS CUP (0-4 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas May 11-25, 2016

SHANGHIA/BEARSDEN Left to Right: Steve Armour, Taylor Freeman, Cody Woodfin, Carol Farnsworth, Casey Woodfin, Dalton Woodfin SHANGHIA/ BEARSDEN Taylor Bostwick Freeman Steven S. Armour Cody Woodfin Casey Garet Woodfin Dalton James Woodfin Carol Farnsworth ARROYO ESCONDIDO Reid Cox Hamish Bray Cristie Cox Charles Jon Lequerica BAD LUCK & TROUBLE/DUNBAR CAPITAL Kristy Waters Outhier Bryan Middleton Nick Dunbar John Tasdemir

CAT SPRING Jose Alejandro Barrientos William Mudra Kendall Rae Plank Raymond Franklin Stainback

HORSEGATE/RUSSO’S PIZZERIA Anson Wes Moore Mark A. Prinsloo Sarah Prinsloo Sloan Stefanakis

CW PETROLEUM Russell M. Stimmel Christopher Williams Byran Lee Jake D. Stimmel

SOUTH TEXAS POLO James R. McCan Megan Rahfls Logan English Johnson Jorge R. Estrada Jr.

HORSEGATE Ignacio Saenz George N. Krabbe Luis Ariel Mancebo Nick Stefanakis

TYLER FARMS/ BROWN BEARS Hernan Tejera Albert Pepi Will Brown Martin Sebastian Munoz

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Game 1 Shanghia/Bearsden (6) Tyler Farms/Brown Bears (5) Game 2 Cat Spring (7) South Texas Polo (4) Game 3 Arroyo Escondido (4) Horsegate (3)

Game 4 Horsegate/Russo’s Pizzeria (3) Bad Luck & Trouble/ Dunbar Capital (2) Game 5 Horsegate/Russo’s Pizzeria (2) CW Petroleum (0) Game 6 CW Petroleum (2.5) Bad Luck & Trouble/ Dunbar Capital (2)

Game 7 Shanghia/Bearsden (8) Cat Spring (6) Game 8 Horsegate/Russo’s Pizzeria (4) Arroyo Escondido (2) Final Game Shanghia/Bearsden (7) Horsegate/Russo’s Pizzeria (6.5)

Officials: Ulysses E. Escapite, Jorge R. Estrada Jr. Equine Welfare Representative: Danny Dutton 547


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT INTRA-CIRCUIT CUP (8-12 Goal) East Texas Polo Club • Winnsboro, Texas May 14, 2016

LUCCHESE Left to Right: Brendon Stenzel, Robert Stenzel, Robert Payne III, John Muse LUCCHESE Robert M. Stenzel Rob B. Payne III Brendon T. Stenzel John R. Muse

ICON GLOBAL Robert B. Payne Jr. Lindor Novillo Collen A. Clark Bernard Franke Uechtritz

Final Game Lucchese (7) Icon Global (5)

Most Valuable Player: Robert M. Stenzel Officials: Robin DuToit Sanchez, Douglas Frank Brunet, Christian Graham Moon Equine Welfare Representative: Robin Sanchez 548


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP (0-4 Goal) Midland Polo Club • Midland, Texas September 16-18, 2016

HEDLOC Left to Right: Davis Hord, Audry Persano, Carlos Galindo, Hugo Nunez HEDLOC Carlos L. Galindo Davis Hord Audry Catherine Persano Jose Hugo Nunez

LEGACY Peter James Blake IV Louisa Musselman Fikes Kyle McGraw Ernesto Natividad

LAZY 3 Jared Halseth Muncy Nicolai L. Galindo Ciro M. Payan Henry G. Musselman

SEWELL FORD Juan Jose Diaz Alberdi Loreto Natividad Felipe Niveyro Collin Sewell

Game 1 Hedloc (7.5) Lazy 3 (5)

Game 3 Sewell Ford (7) Lazy 3 (3)

Game 2 Lazy 3 (4.5) Sewell Ford (3)

Final Game Hedloc (6) Lazy 3 (4.5)

Most Valuable Player: Audry Catherine Persano Best Playing Pony: Missy owned by Louisa Fikes Officials: Daniel M. Healy, Jared Muncy, Henry G. Musselman Equine Welfare Representative: Amy Evans 549


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SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT GOVERNOR’S CUP QUALIFER (0-4 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas October 12-26 , 2016

HORSEGATE Left to Right: Ignacio Saenz, Nick Stefanakis, Sloan Stefanaski, Ariel Mancebo HORSEGATE Ignacio Saenz Sloan Stefanakis Nick Stefanakis Luis Ariel Mancebo BAD LUCK & TROUBLE & DUNBAR CAPITAL John Tasdemir Bryan Middleton Nick Dunbar Kristy Waters Outhier CAT SPRING Raymond F. Stainback William Mudra Nacho Ferrari Kendall Rae Plank

CW PETROLEUM/ TYLEE FARMS Russell M. Stimmel Jake D. Stimmel Albert Pepi Christopher Williams RUSSO’S PIZZA Anson Wes Moore George N. Krabbe Mark A. Prinsloo Sarah Prinsloo SAN ANTONIO Cadell L. Alexander John D. Alexander Jr. Miguel Silvestre Logan English Johnson

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SAN YSIDRO RANCH James R. McCan Alston Beinhorn Hernan Tejera Tiamo Hudspeth SHANGHAI/ BEARSDEN Taylor Bostwick Freeman Cody Woodfin Carol Farnsworth Steven S. Armour


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 Game 1 Horsegate (9.5) San Ysidro Ranch (1)

Game 6 Horsegate (6) Shanghai/Bearsden (3)

Game 11 Shanghai/Bearsden (6.5) San Ysidro Ranch (6)

Game 2 Russo’s Pizza (5) CW Petroleum/Tylee Farms (4.5)

Game 7 CW Petroleum/Tylee Farms (8) San Antonio (4)

Game 3 Cat Spring (9) Shanghai/Bearsden (3)

Game 8 Cat Spring (5.5) San Ysidro Ranch (2)

Game 12 CW Petroleum/Tylee Farms (6.5) Bad Luck & Trouble & Dunbar Capital (2)

Game 4 Bad Luck & Trouble & Dunbar Capital (4) San Antonio (3)

Game 9 Horsegate (4.5) Cat Spring (4)

Game 5 Bad Luck & Trouble & Dunbar Capital (6) Russo’s Pizza (4)

Game 10 Russo’s Pizza (12) San Antonio (5)

Game 13 Horsegate (7) CW Petroleum/Tylee Farms (6) Game 14 Russo’s Pizza (5) Cat Spring (3.5) Final Game Horsegate (7.5) Russo’s Pizza (5)

Officials: Shane Justin Rice, William Mudra Equine Welfare Representative: Danny Dutton 551


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT OFFICER’S CUP (4-8 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas April 13-24, 2016

W-S Left to Right: Wesley Sinor, Billy Mudra, KC Krueger, Steve Krueger TEAM TEJAS/ 7 BAR W Mason P. Wroe Jeffrey Robert Wood Francisco Mera Charles Littleton Fridge III

W-S KC Krueger Steven A. Krueger William Mudra Wesley Sinor Jennifer Vargas

TONKAWA/ SAN SABA James R. Seward Dawn M. Jones Luis Echezarreta Alexis Barker Jeffery D. Hildebrand

BTA/ PROPAGANDA Shane Justin Rice Paul W. Hobby Nicholas D. Cifuni Carolyn M. Stimmel Chrys D. Beal Game 1 Team Tejas/7 Bar W (11) Tonkawa/San Saba (7)

Game 4 W-S (8) Tonkawa/San Saba (6)

Game 6 BTA/Propaganda (7) Tonkawa/San Saba (6)

Game 2 BTA/Propaganda (7) W-S (6)

Game 5 W-S (10) Team Tejas/7 Bar W (8)

Final Game W-S (7) BTA/Propaganda (6)

Game 3 BTA/Propaganda (7) Team Tejas/7 Bar W (6) Most Valuable Player: Jennifer Vargas Best Playing Pony: Sapphire owned by Steve Krueger Officials: Kimo Huddleston, Brent Mirikitani Equine Welfare Representative: Danny Dutton 552


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT CONGRESSIONAL CUP (0-6 Goal) Willow Bend Polo Club • Little Elm, Texas October 9-12, 2016

WILLOW BEND Left to Right: Max Beuck, Kristin Payne, Robert Payne, Pipa Turrubiartes WILLOW BEND Jorge “Pippa” Turrubiartes Max Beck Kristin Payne Robert B. Payne Jr.

MAYER RANCH Clark Mayer Ken Mayer Rob B. Payne III Brendon T. Stenzel

BAR2/3G Lucio Chavez Sophia Louise Gleeson Barry L. Zindel Remy Du Celliee Muller

RAWHIDE J. Finley Haislip Lindor Novillo Andrea Walton Don Stemaly

Game 1 Mayer Ranch (6) Rawhide (5)

Final Game Willow Bend (8) Bar2/3G (5)

Officials: Wyatt Myr, Rick Sears 553


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT CONSTITUTION CUP (0-6 Goal) Midland Polo Club • Midland, Texas September 9-11, 2016

PREVACELER Left to Right: Felipe Niveyro, Juan Alberdi, Loreto Natividad, Collin Sewell PREVACELER Loreto Natividad Felipe Niveyro Juan Jose Diaz Alberdi Collin Sewell

LAZY 3 Henry G. Musselman Nicolai L. Galindo Niklaus Felhaber Jared Halseth Muncy

HEDLOC Davis Hord Jose Hugo Nunez Audry Catherine Persano Carlos M. Galindo

LEGACY Peter James Blake IV Kyle McGraw Ernesto Natividad Louisa Musselman Fikes

Game 1 Prevaceler (11) Lazy 3 (4.5)

Game 3 Hedloc (8) Lazy 3 (6)

Game 2 Legacy (4.5) Hedloc (4)

Final Game Prevaceler (7) Legacy (5.5)

Most Valuable Player: Peter James Blake IV Best Playing Pony: Semilla owned by Loreto Natividad Officials: Daniel M. Healy, Jared Muncy, Davis Hord Equine Welfare Representative: Amy Evans 554


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT GEORGE S. PATTON JR. CUP (0-2 Goal) San Antonio Polo Club • San Antonio, Texas December 3-4, 2016

SAN ANTONIO BLUES Left to Right: Williams Askins, Cody Christopher, Trey Crea SAN ANTONIO BLUES William Askins Cody Christopher Trey Crea

FIGHTING GREEN SCOTS Jack Crea Jr. Patrick MacLeod Patrick Hensley

JEEPERS ANGELS Jeeper Ragsdale Ashley Brune Ursula Lipari

Game 1 San Antonio Blues (5) Fighting Green Scots (4)

Game 2 Jeepers Angels (5) San Antonio Blues (2)

Final Game Fighting Green Scots (1) San Antonio Blues (0)

Most Valuable Player: Trey Crea Best Playing Pony: Sophie owned by Trey Crea Officials: Mike Gutierrez, Fred Gutierrez Equine Welfare Representative: Mike Martin 555


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT GENERAL S. BROWN CUP (0-6 Goal) Midland Polo Club • Midland, Texas October 7-9, 2016

SEWELL FORD Left to Right: Juan Jose Diaz Alberdi, Loreto Natividad, Patrick Marinelli, Collin Sewell SEWELL FORD Juan Jose Diaz Alberdi Collin Sewell Patrick Marinelli Loreto Natividad

LAZY 3 Nicolai L. Galindo Kyle McGraw Ernesto Natividad Henry G. Musselman

HEDLOC Carlos M. Galindo Ciro M. Payan Jared Halseth Muncy Davis Hord

SANTA ELENA MINERALS Louisa Musselman Fikes Peter James Blake IV Jose Hugo Nunez Audry Catherine Persano

Game 1 Santa Elena Minerals (7) Hedloc (4.5)

Game 3 Hedloc (6.5) Lazy 3 (6)

Game 2 Sewell Ford (7) Lazy 3 (3)

Final Game Sewell Ford (4) Santa Elena Minerals (3)

Most Valuable Player: Loreto Natividad Best Playing Pony: Pandora owned by Davis Hord Officials: Darrell Victor Schwetz, Jared Muncy Equine Welfare Representative: Amy Evans, Rogan Tindol 556


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas June 10-13, 2016

HORSEGATE Left to Right: Courtney Price, Joanie Jackson, Madison Lange, Sloan Stefanakis HORSEGATE Madison Lange Sloan Stefanakis Courtney Price Joanie Jackson

MAIDA’S Cipriano Echezarreta Cara Kennedy April Galindo Anson Wes Moore

LAND ROVER Lance Stefanakis Minerva Lemsoff Madison Outhier Enrique Garcia Harrison Azzaro

ROCKIN P Hollis Hightower Grayson Price Santiago “Chino” Payan Grace Mudra

Game 1 Horsegate (5) Land Rover (1)

Game 3 Land Rover (5) Maida’s (3)

Game 2 Rockin P (6) Maida’s (5)

Final Game Horsegate (7) Rockin P (3)

All Stars: Sloan Stefanakis, Grayson Price, Cipriano Echezzarreta, Santiago Payan, Courtney Price, Anson Moore Officials: Steven A. Krueger, Kim Kuddleston Equine Welfare Representative: KC Krueger

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SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (0-2 Goal) Midland Polo Club • Midland, Texas May 14-15, 2016

5 STAR Left to Right: Johann Felhaber, Madison Lange, McKenzie Watson, Santiago Payan 5 STAR Madison Lange Santiago Payan McKenzie Watson Johann Hayes Felhaber

PURVIS LAND AND CATTLE Catherine Purvis Franz Ernst Felhaber Niklaus Felhaber April Galindo

EVANS RANCH Jordan Williams Avery Evans Joseph M. Stimmel Fritz Ernst Felhaber

TEAM CANADA Davis Hord Hollis Hightower Carter Nix Courtney Price

Game 1 Evans Ranch (6) Purvis Land And Cattle (5)

Game 3 Purvis Land And Cattle (6) Team Canada (4)

Game 2 5 Star (9) Team Canada (7)

Final Game 5 Star (7) Evans Ranch (5)

All Stars: Santiago Payan, Davis Hord, Joe Mack Stimmel, Niklaus Felhaber, Courtney Price, Johann Felhaber Officials: Chad Kraml, Carlos M. Galindo Equine Welfare Representative: Amy Evans & Rogan Tindol 558


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES (-4-0 Goal) Prestonwood Polo & Country Club • Dallas, Texas June 18, 2016

GREEN Left to Right: Vance Miller, Ronnie Puente, Will Walton, Niklaus Felhaber PRESTONWOOD GREEN Vance C Miller Denilson Rolando Puente Will Walton Niklaus Felhaber

PRESTONWOOD RED David Werntz Jeff Ortiz Connor Witse Javier Cortiz Vaughn E. Miller Anson Wes Moore Cinderella von Falkenhausen

Final Game Prestonwod Green (6) Prestonwood Red (3)

All Stars: Vaughn Miller Jr., Vance Miller, Ronnie Puente, Will Walton Officials: David Olivas Equine Welfare Representative: Vaughn Miller 559


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SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES II (-4-0 Goal) Prestonwood Polo & Country Club • Dallas, Texas June 18, 2016

CROSS OAKS Left to Right: Egan Spoltore, Cipriano Echezarreta, David Werntz. Vaughn Miller Jr. CROSS OAKS Vaughn Sebastian Miller David Werntz Cipriano Echezarreta Egan O’Reill Spoltore

BENTLEY Denilson Rolando Puente Jeff Ortiz-Wynn Cinderella von Falkenhausen Connor Wiltse

Final Game Cross Oaks (4) Bentley (3)

All Stars: Cipriano Echezarreta, David Werntz Jr., Connor Wiltse, Jeffery Ortiz-Wynn Officials: David Olivas Equine Welfare Representative: Vaughn Miller 560


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 FORD CUP (0-6 Goal) Midland Polo Club • Midland, Texas September 30-October 2, 2016

CANADA Left to Right: Jared Muncy, Henry Mussleman, Ciro Payan, Nicolai Galindo CANADA Ciro M. Payan Henry G. Musselman Nicolai L. Galindo Jared Halseth Muncy

LEGACY Peter James Blake IV Louisa Musselman Fikes Kyle McGraw Ernesto Natividad

HEDLOC Carlos M. Galindo Davis Hord Audry Persano Jose Hugo Nunez

SEWELL FORD Patrick Marinelli Loreto Natividad Juan Jose Diaz Alberdi Collin Sewell

Game 1 Canada (5) Legacy (4.5)

Game 3 Hedloc (7.5) Legacy (5)

Game 2 Sewell Ford (8) Hedloc (4.5)

Final Game Canada (6) Sewell Ford (3.5)

Most Valuable Player: Ciro M. Payan Best Playing Pony: Chanate owned by Loreto Natividad Officials: Darrell Victor Schwetz, Audry Catherine Persano Equine Welfare Representative: Rogan Tindol 561


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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® GALINDO MEMORIAL (0-6 Goal) Midland Polo Club • Midland, Texas September 30-October 2, 2016

HEDLOC Left to Right: Davis Hord, Carlos Galindo, Brianna Galindo, Hugo Nunez HEDLOC Carlos M. Galindo Jose Hugo Nunez Brianna L. Galindo Davis Hord

LEGACY Peter James Blake IV Ernesto Natividad Ashley Yates Owen Louisa Musselman Fikes

CANADA Nicolai L. Galindo Henry G. Musselman Ciro M. Payan Jared Halseth Muncy

SEWELL FORD Juan Jose Diaz Alberdi Felipe Niveyro Collin Sewell Loreto Natividad

Game 1 Sewell Ford (9) Legacy (5.5)

Game 3 Canada (6) Legacy (4.5)

Game 2 Hedloc (8.5) Canada (6)

Final Game Hedloc (6) Sewell Ford (5)

Most Valuable Player: Juan Jose Diaz Alberdi Best Playing Pony: Irene owned by Carlos Galindo Officials: Daniel M. Healy, Peter James Blake IV, Henry Musselman Equine Welfare Representative: Amy Evans 562


UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® 2017 POLO ON THE PRAIRIE CUP (0-6 Goal) Midland Polo Club • Midland, Texas April 28-30, 2016

PREVACELER Left to Right: Pelon Escapite, Loreto Natividad, Lucio Natividad, Collin Sewell PREVACELER Collin Sewell Jesus Eloy Escapite Lucio Natividad Loreto Natividad

LAZY 3 Louisa Musselman Fikes Henry G. Musselman Nicolai L. Galindo Peter James Blake IV

HEDLOC Davis Hord Itos Galindo Daniel “Cacho” Galindo Carlos M. Galindo

TEXAS POLO Jared Sheldon John S. Waggoner Jr. Daniel Waggoner Jose Hugo Nunez

Game 1 Hedloc (7) Lazy 3 (5)

Game 3 Lazy 3 (7) Texas Polo (6.5)

Game 2 Prevaceler (11) Texas Polo (5.5)

Final Game Prevaceler (5) Hedloc (2.5)

Most Valuable Player: Jesus Eloy Escapite Best Playing Pony: Manana owned by Davis Hord Officials: Chad Kraml, Jared Sheldon, Peter Blake Equine Welfare Representative: Molly Musselman

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UNITED STATES POLO ASSOCIATION® KELEEN AND CARLTON BEAL CUP (12 Goal) Houston Polo Club • Houston, Texas September 18-October 2, 2016

TONKAWA Left to Right: Jeff Hildebrand, Steve Krueger, Matt Coppola, Tommy Biddle TONKAWA Jeffery D. Hildebrand Thomas J. Biddle Jr. Matthew Anthony Coppola Steven A. Krueger

EUREKA Jorge Cernadas Jeff Hall Jose Alejandro Barrientos Rene O. Campos

PEGASUS David Andras Nicholas D. Cifuni Joe Wayne Barry Mason P. Wroe

ERG Duilio Alberto Diaz Michel Dorignac Michael Vincent Azzaro Scott Y. Wood

GHURKA Drew Thomas Luplow Stuart “Sugar” Erskine Fred Fox Benton III Christopher Nevins

WHITEHALL RANCH Facundo Obregon William H. Lane Jr. Wesley Bryan Miguel Angel Torres Jr.

Game 1 Eureka (11) Whitehall Ranch (6)

Game 4 Tonkawa (11) Ghurka (9)

Game 7 Tonkawa (12) Eureka (9)

Game 2 Pegasus (8) Ghurka (6)

Game 5 ERG (8) Eureka (7)

Game 8 ERG (12) Pegasus (10)

Game 3 ERG (12) Whitehall Ranch (7)

Game 6 Tonkawa (11) Pegasus (5)

Final Game Tonkawa (13) ERG (7)

Most Valuable Player: Steven A. Krueger Best Playing Pony: Olivia owned by Matt Coppola Officials: Hector Galindo, Fergus James Gould Equine Welfare Representative: Danny Dutton 564


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OUTDOOR PLAYERS HANDICAPPED AT SEVEN GOALS OR HIGHER SINCE ORGANIZATION OF ASSOCIATION (Year of first seven goal or higher rating....high handicap) Agassiz, Rodolphe L., Myopia Hunt......(1894).... 10 Agote, Alex, Palm Beach........................ (1990)...... 8 Aguero, Abel Agustin, Palm Beach........ (1986)...... 7 Aguero, Guillermo, Mashomack.............(2004)...... 7 Aguerre, Mariano, Greenwich................(1990).... 10 Aguerre, Martin, Palm Beach................. (1989)...... 8 Aguilar, Valerio, Palm Beach..................(1989)...... 7 Alberdi, Juan Jose, Midland.................... (1976)...... 9 Anzorreguy, Felix, Outback....................(2003)...... 7 Araya, Benjamin, Palm Beach................(1983).... 10 Araya, Horacio, Meadowbrook............... (1981)...... 7 Araya, Jose, Palm Beach.........................(1994)...... 7 Araya, Santiago, Royal Palm.................. (1989)...... 9 Arellano, Julio, Palm Beach.................... (2003)...... 9 Armour, Lester, III, Houston................... (1975)...... 9 Armstrong, Stewart, Palm Beach............ (1988)...... 7 Atkinson, William G., Santa Barbara......(1972)...... 7 Atkinson, William J., Palm Beach..........(1990)...... 7 Ayala, Francisco, Palm Beach................. (1994)...... 7 Azzaro, Michael, Broad Acres................ (1988).... 10 Bachman, Jimmy, Gulfstream................. (1986)...... 7 Badiola, Juan, Gulfstream....................... (1984)...... 9 Baillieu, Jack, Santa Barbara..................(2008).... 7T Baker, Joel R., Santa Barbara.................(1982)...... 7 Balding, Gerald, Rumson........................(1938)...... 9 Balding, Ivor, Rumson............................(1940)...... 7 Baldwin, C.C., Meadow Brook............... (1894)...... 9 Baldwin, Edward, Hawaii.......................(1931)...... 7 Balmaceda, Salvador, Greenwich...........(1991)...... 7 Barabucci, Hugo, Palm Beach................ (1991)...... 8 Barrantes, Hector, Meadowbrook...........(1983)...... 7 Barry, Harold L., El Ranchito................. (1948)...... 9 Barry, Harold A. (Joe), Tulsa Greenhill.(1972)...... 9 Barry, Roy L, Austin............................... (1948)...... 7 Barry, Roy M., San Antonio.................... (1963)...... 9 Barry, Paul W., Austin............................. (1948)...... 7 Beard, Major Louis A., U.S. Army......... (1925)...... 7 Belmont, Morgan, Meadow Brook.........(1925)...... 7 Bensadon, Francisco, Myopia.................(1997)...... 9 Beveridge, Robert D., San Antonio........ (1967)...... 7 Biddle, Thomas, Jr., Aiken...................... (1992)...... 8 Bird, Oliver W., Meadow Brook............. (1894)...... 8 Blake, Jeffrey W., Palm Beach................ (2001)...... 7 Boeseke, Elmer, J., Jr., Beverly Hills...... (1925).... 10 Bollini, Juan, Potomac............................ (1990)...... 8

Boote, Juan J., Palm Beach.....................(1989)...... 7 Bostwick, George H., Meadow Brook.... (1937)...... 8 Boudou, Sergio, Royal Palm...................(1994)...... 7 Bourdieu, Agustin, Myopia.....................(1990)...... 8 Bourdieu, Miguel, Stanford....................(1990)...... 7 Brant, Peter M., Greenwich....................(1989)...... 7 Braun, Martin, Oak Brook...................... (1976)...... 7 Bray, Graham, Hawaii.............................(1989)...... 7 Camacho, Felipe, Myopia....................... (1990)...... 7 Cambiaso, Adolfo, Ventura.....................(1993).... 10 Cappella, Alfredo., Columbine ..............(2013)...... 8 Carroll, Delmar W., Arlington Farms ..... (1949)...... 8 Caset, Guillermo, Potomac..................... (1988)...... 8 Caset, Guillermo, Jr., Santa Barbara.......(2009).... 10 Caset, Marcelo, Santa Barbara................(1993)...... 7 Casey, Joey, Tulsa...................................(1993)...... 7 Castagnola, Bartolome, Eldorado...........(1989).... 10 Chauncey, D., Jr., Rockaway..................(1908)...... 7 Chavanne, Santiago, Outback................. (2002)...... 9 Collardin, Gerardo, San Saba..................(2010)...... 7 Conant, Michael, Central Valley............. (1985)...... 7 Conover, F.S., Jr., Rockaway.................. (1898)...... 7 Combs, Dr., Clarence C., Rumson..........(1948)...... 8 Corey, Alan L, Jr., Meadow Brook.........(1942)...... 9 Courreges, Gustavo, Palm Beach............(1986)...... 7 Cowdin, J. Cheever, Rockaway.............(1921)...... 8 Cowdin, John E., Rockaway................... (1891).... 10 Crane, Joshua, Jr., Dedham..................... (1901)...... 7 Crespo, Felix, Menlo............................... (1991)...... 7 Criado, Lucas, Palm Beach..................... (1993)...... 9 Crotto, Francisco, Palm Beach................ (1992)...... 7 Crotto, Hector, Palm Beach.................... (1981)...... 9 De Andrade, Rodrigo, Grand Champions.(2011)........9 De Narvaez, Francisco, Santa Barbara... (1981)...... 9 Deltour Gonzalo, Grand Champions.......(2010)...... 7 Diaz Alberdi, Alejandro, Palm Beach..... (1986)...... 9 Diniz, Alcides, Chattanooga...................(1982)...... 7 Diniz, Andre, Palm Beach....................... (1993)...... 7 Diniz, Fabio, Palm Beach....................... (2002) ..... 9 Di Paola, Marcos, International ............. (2008) ... 8T Donoso, Gabriel, Gone Away Farm........ (1985)...... 9 Donoso, Jose, Palm Beach...................... (1997)...... 7 Dorignac, Francisco, Las Anitas............. (1977).... 10 Dorignac, Gaston R., Las Anitas.............(1977)...... 9 Dorignac, Michel, Sarasota..................... (2004)...... 7 565


2017 Dorignac, Pablo, Palm Beach................. (1997)...... 7 Drury, Hugh, New Haven.......................(1910)...... 8 Du Plessis, Ignatius, International.......... (2011)....... 7 East, Harry, Camden...............................(1917)...... 8 El Effendi, A.A.B.., Oak Brook..............(1980)...... 8 El Effendi, A.J.H, Palm Beach................ (1986)...... 8 Elizalde, Francisco, International...........(2013)...... 7 Errazuriz, Max, Fairfield County............ (1982)...... 8 Erskine, Stuart, Houston ........................ (2002)..... 8 Escobar, Luis, Santa Clara...................... (1997)...... 8 Espain, Nicolas, Potomac....................... (2009)...... 8 Evans, Bart, Oak Brook.......................... (1976)...... 8 Evinger, Harry, Bostwick Field...............(1941)...... 8 Fanelli, Ricardo, Palm Beach..................(1991)...... 7 Fassetta, Mariano, Eldorado................... (2004)...... 7 Fernandez Araujo, Milo, Palm Beach.....(1999)...... 9 Fernandez Guerrico, Ezequiel, Oak Brook..(1977).........8 Fernandez Llorente, Tomas, Palm Beach.(1995)........9 Forbes, Allan, Dedham...........................(1901)...... 7 Frayssinet, Marcelo, Myopia..................(1997)...... 8 Galindo, Hector, Palm Beach................. (1999)...... 9 Galvan, Antonio, Casa de Campo........... (1993)...... 7 Ganon, Joao Paulo, Greenwich............... (2013)...... 7 Garcia Grossi, Juan, International........... (2011)....... 8 Garcia-Huidobro, Jaime, Palm Beach.....(1998)...... 7 Garcia-Velez, Calixto, Palm Beach......... (1989)...... 7 Garcia del Rio, Tomas, Bridgehampton.. (2011)....... 8 Gardner, A.P., Myopia Hunt.................... (1894)...... 7 Garrahan, Alex, Palm Beach................... (1982)...... 9 Garrahan, Martin, Palm Beach................ (2002) .... 8 Garros, Celestino, Fairfield County........(1981)...... 8 Garros, Ramiro, Palm Beach.................. (1994)...... 7 Garros, Silvestre C., Greenwich...........