Saturday’s Iglehart Cup quarterfinal game at the IPC was a crucial contest for both Mt. Brilliant and La Indiana. With both teams gunning for a spot in the semi-finals, Jason Crowder sealed the deal for Mt. Brilliant 13-12 in OT.
The matchup between Goose Creek and Tonkawa was a critical game for both teams. Tonkawa rode home with the spoils, taking a 10-8 win at the International Polo Club Palm Beach.
In their debut match in the 2017 Iglehart Cup, La Indiana found themselves up against Equine Liquid Biocell, the team that won their opening game in overtime over Tonkawa. Equine Liquid Biocell proved themselves again with a 12-5 victory Thursday.
The team from the Venezuelan patron Victor Vargas did it once again, winning its sixth consecutive title on the Dominican Republic, since the Polo Challenge started in 2016.
Sunset “Sunny” Hale, the first woman in polo history to win the U.S. Open in a male-dominated sport, died Sunday night in Norman, Okla. Hale, 48, died due to complications from cancer at Norman Regional Hospital.
Coming in from last week’s overtime loss to Orchard Hill, Coca-Cola was in for a tough test Sunday against Valiente at the International Polo Club Palm Beach, Making their debut in the 26-goal C.V. Whitney Cup, Valiente stole the day 12-3.