2015 New Zealand Exchange Program

PTF Junior International Cup

In conjuncture with our England Exchange, the PTF hosted an international Cup at the Grand Champions Polo Club in Wellington Florida, with players from 11 to 15 years of age representing America, Argentina, England Colts and a Girls International Team.   

 2015 PTF Junior International Cup Results (PDF)

2015 Junior International Cup Teams (PDF)

Avendano Memorial 

2015 Avendano Memorial Results (PDF) 

2015 Avendano Memorial Schedule (PDF)


Anita Avendano Wulff and Gonzalo Avendano present to GJ Racing Team the 2015 Avendano Memorial Winners: Candelaria Fernandez Araujo, Mackenzie Weisz, Cipriano Echezarreta and Lucas Arellano

Women's Clinic

 

For Further Information Go to: http://lizzybeer.wix.com/pologetintothegame#!upcoming-events/cfvg

Blanco TX Cup

 

 Everglades Field #3 at 2pm on Monday 19th 2015

 

2015 Blanco TX Cup Results (PDF)

Joanna Monaco Memorial

Gulfstream Polo Club

Monday January 19th 2015

 

Joanna Monaco Results (PDF)

2015 Joanna Monaco Winners

La Martina: Nico Escobar, Rachel Kelly, Manuel Novillo Astrada and Mia Novillo Astrada

2014 Major Collin Memorial 

Major Collin Results

Casablanca Wins 2014 Major Collin Memorial

Jacobo Bacariza, Nicolas Escobar, Anson Moore and Demitra Hashimihalis

 

3rd Annual Tackeria Cup

PTF Young Player Program

2014 Tackeria Cup Results

 

College Fair

Hickox Fields

September 27, 2014

 

Students and parents  from Boston to Baltimore attended  second Polo Training Foundation College Fair program started in Florida in April 2014.  This event was held at the PTF Hickox Polo  Fields in Old Westbury, NY.  Eight college coaches representing, Cornell, UConn, Princeton, Skidmore, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Virginia, and Yale explained their programs to thirty-two high school and middle school students.  Each coach had a table and interviewed the students individually or in small groups.  Students and parents were thrilled by the opportunity to scope out many schools with college programs at one event.  The coaches were excited to meet students with an interest in their programs and appreciated the opportunity to speak with younger students about how important it was to achieve good academic standing in order to play polo in college.

 

Following the event two games were played at Bob Ceparano’s Country Farms arena.  Six middle school students battled each other in a two chukker match.  This was followed by a round robin with ten of the high school students participating.  Although getting good enough grades to get into a polo playing college are the most important element, the coaches were very interested in watching the athleticism of the student players.

 

 

The Polo Training Foundation plans to continue the College Fair series, rotating the location around the entire country, so that many more high school students can be exposed to these terrific collegiate programs.