Wednesday, July 24 2013 by Editor
Local Equestrians Shine During Final Week of Competition MORELAND HILLS, Ohio – July 23, 2013 - Federico Sztyrle won the $25,000 CVPHA Grand Prix for the second year in a row on the final day of the Chagrin Valley Hunter Jumper Classic. The Classic, which was the location of the very first show jumping Grand Prix in North America in 1965, ran from Friday, July 5 through Saturday, July 20. Sztyrle leads the field Federico Sztyrle and Chicago 88 won the $25,000 CVPHA Grand Prix on the final day of the Chagrin Valley Hunter Jumper Classic.
Kristen VanderVeen and Bull Run’s Eternal Triumph in the $40,000 Holiday Inn of Parker Grand Prix at Summer in the Rockies V
Tuesday, July 16 2013 by Editor
Parker, CO- July 13, 2013 - Brazilian course designer Anderson Lima built what appeared to be a straightforward course for the $40,000 Holiday Inn of Parker Grand Prix for Summer in the Rockies V, considered the peak week of the summer series at the Colorado Horse Park. But the course was tougher than appearances let on.
Sunday, January 20 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL – January 18, 2013 - After a halftime adjustment, Piaget looked like a different team for two chukkers of the Joe Barry Memorial Cup Tournament. Despite holding Valiente scoreless in the fourth chukker and coming within one goal in the fifth chukker (10-9), Piaget was unable to shut down 10-goaler Adolfo Cambiaso and Alfredo Cappella Barabucci. As a result, Piaget dropped a 16-10 decision to undefeated Valiente Thursday at International Polo Club Palm Beach
Monday, January 14 2013 by Editor
WELLINGTON, FL – January 14, 2013 - Audi and Piaget, two of the top teams in the 20- and 26-goal tournaments this season, were knocked off Sunday in their season-openers at International Polo Club Palm Beach.
Friday, September 14 2012 by Editor
Professional teams from U.S., Argentina, England and Hong Kong to compete in inaugural event September 14, 2012 (Wellington, FL) – As polo continues to grow across the globe, powerhouse teams from the U.S. and three other countries have emerged to battle it out for top international honors in the inaugural Fortune Heights Super Nations Cup. The 24-goal handicap tournament will take place October 1-5 at China’s exclusive Tianjin Goldin Metropolitan Polo Club and will feature world-class professional players from the U.S., Argentina, England and Hong Kong