One of the world’s most glamorous winter destinations, Aspen was the setting for the Piaget World Snow Polo Championship at WagnerPark. Top-ranked Argentine polo players Facundo Pieres and Gonzalito Pieres of the Piaget Ellerstina Polo team, and polo’s most famous face, Nacho Figueras, joined America’s top-ranked player, Nic Roldan, along with hosts and co-founders of
By Jan Westmark-Allan I introduced our new Sidelines Magazine intern, Mindy Coretz, in yesterday’s blog and mentioned that she was a talented photographer. You may have already seen some of her great photos on the Sidelines Facebook page, and now I’m going to tell you “the rest of the story.” (If you are of a certain age you will remember Paul Harvey’s radio series called “The Rest of the Story.” If you are not of age, disregard all mentions of Paul Harvey and radios!) Did you see the “falling off” photo on the Sidelines Facebook page? Well here’s the rest of the story – and the rest of the pictures! From Mindy: Photo of the rider falling off: The rider in this image is one of my best friends and she is riding Tucker, one of my favorite ponies! We were enjoying a 75 degree afternoon in a field in Aspen, Colorado.
Catching up: Florida polo has gone high-tech! Someone has launched the spareholder.com App for Smartphones, which will begin its testing during the winter high-goal season in Florida! Users will be able to scroll through a list of people available for game help, and contact them directly to enlist them to meet at the field. 60