June
22 - 30

2019

Westchester Polo Club

North America Rhode Island, United States
Outdoor tournament
High (14 – 20 goals)

East Coast Open Women’s Championship (14 – 20 goal)

The 2nd annual East Coast Open Women’s Polo Championship (14-20 goal) Sunny Hale Legacy WCT Qualifier tournaments, will be co-hosted by the Westchester Polo Club in Newport, RI, and Myopia Polo Club, MA from June 22-30, 2019. Team registration is open online until 5PM Friday, June 8, or sooner if the team limit is reached. Team entry requirements, full schedule and tournament fees can be found on the registration form at: http://bit.ly/2TWjjPx SCHEDULE OF MATCHES: East Coast Open Women’s Polo Championship: •WED June 26 – Semifinals – (Location: Westchester Polo Club, Newport RI) •SAT June 29 – Consolation & Finals – (Location: Westchester Polo Club, Newport RI) East Coast Handicap Women’s Polo Championship: •THU June 27 – Semifinals – (Location: Westchester Polo Club, Newport RI) •SUN June30 – Consolation & Finals – (Location: Myopia Polo Club, Hamilton MA) Each tournament will feature several top-level teams competing for the prestigious Sunny Hale and Anne Hutchinson silver trophies, and the winners recorded in the United States Polo Association annuls. Hale is remembered as a passionate ambassador for the players and horses of polo and considered to be one of the all-time greatest female polo players and role model for many women in the sport. Hutchinson, a champion of civil liberty and toleration in the colonial era, became the first woman to found a community in the New World (Portsmouth, Rhode Island – 1638) and is revered in New England as a heroine of freedom. “It is exciting to feature women’s medium and high goal polo in the US and bring more opportunities for top level competition to the Northeast hub of polo. It is fitting that this tournament will be played at the first official polo club in the United States, where noteworthy tournaments have originated since 1876. We will see the top women players in the sport compete in these events, as exciting highlights of the Northeast polo season again this summer,” added Leighton S. Jordan, USPA Northeastern Circuit Governor. “It is exciting to host this opportunity in New England, with two of the oldest clubs in the country. Women players represent the fastest growing segment of the USPA, becoming a very strong presence in the sport,” stated Peter F. Poor, USPA Governor at Large. “My daughters Amanda and Alyson will be participating, attributing their involvement in the sport to the late Sunny Hale.” “We are honored to host these women’s polo tournaments, with the best women players from across the US and from several nations around the world,” adds Dan Keating, Westchester Club President and USPA delegate. “to showcase the achievements of women in the sport of polo, and provide more forums of upper levels of competition for advancing players. We invite you to make your mark in polo history.“ Newport Polo is the home of the Westchester Polo Club, America’s first polo club, offering exhibition polo and club member services for outdoor & arena polo, and polo instruction. Est. in 1876, founding member of the United States Polo Assoc, host of the Newport International Polo Series. About Newport, Rhode Island: For more than 375 years, Newport has been welcoming visitors from near and far to its charming New England coastal harbor, earning its reputation as America’s First Resort. Evolving from its colonization for religious freedom to prominent colonial port to a destination ripe with sport, culture, history, art, entertainment and scenic beauty, distinctive shops, renowned restaurants, diverse accommodations, and world-class events, it’s past, present, and future make this international destination uniquely legendary.

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June
22 - 30

2019

Westchester Polo Club

North America Rhode Island, United States
Outdoor tournament
Medium (8 – 14 goals)

East Coast Handicap Women’s Championship (8 – 12 goal)

The 2nd annual East Coast Handicap Women’s Polo Championship (8-12 goal) Sunny Hale Legacy WCT Qualifier tournaments, will be co-hosted by the Westchester Polo Club in Newport, RI, and Myopia Polo Club, MA from June 22-30, 2019. Team registration is open online until 5PM Friday, June 8, or sooner if the team limit is reached. Team entry requirements, full schedule and tournament fees can be found on the registration form at: http://bit.ly/2TWjjPx Each tournament will feature several top-level teams competing for the prestigious Sunny Hale and Anne Hutchinson silver trophies, and the winners recorded in the United States Polo Association annuls. Hale is remembered as a passionate ambassador for the players and horses of polo and considered to be one of the all-time greatest female polo players and role model for many women in the sport. Hutchinson, a champion of civil liberty and toleration in the colonial era, became the first woman to found a community in the New World (Portsmouth, Rhode Island – 1638) and is revered in New England as a heroine of freedom. “It is exciting to feature women’s medium and high goal polo in the US and bring more opportunities for top level competition to the Northeast hub of polo. It is fitting that this tournament will be played at the first official polo club in the United States, where noteworthy tournaments have originated since 1876. We will see the top women players in the sport compete in these events, as exciting highlights of the Northeast polo season again this summer,” added Leighton S. Jordan, USPA Northeastern Circuit Governor. “It is exciting to host this opportunity in New England, with two of the oldest clubs in the country. Women players represent the fastest growing segment of the USPA, becoming a very strong presence in the sport,” stated Peter F. Poor, USPA Governor at Large. “My daughters Amanda and Alyson will be participating, attributing their involvement in the sport to the late Sunny Hale.” “We are honored to host these women’s polo tournaments, with the best women players from across the US and from several nations around the world,” adds Dan Keating, Westchester Club President and USPA delegate. “to showcase the achievements of women in the sport of polo, and provide more forums of upper levels of competition for advancing players. We invite you to make your mark in polo history.“ Newport Polo is the home of the Westchester Polo Club, America’s first polo club, offering exhibition polo and club member services for outdoor & arena polo, and polo instruction. Est. in 1876, founding member of the United States Polo Assoc, host of the Newport International Polo Series. About Newport, Rhode Island: For more than 375 years, Newport has been welcoming visitors from near and far to its charming New England coastal harbor, earning its reputation as America’s First Resort. Evolving from its colonization for religious freedom to prominent colonial port to a destination ripe with sport, culture, history, art, entertainment and scenic beauty, distinctive shops, renowned restaurants, diverse accommodations, and world-class events, its past, present, and future make this international destination uniquely legendary.

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June
26 - 30

2019

St Tropez

Europe St Tropez, United States
Outdoor tournament
Medium (10-14 goals)

St. Tropez Women’s International

June
28 - 30

2019

Dusseldorf Polo Club

Europe , Germany
Outdoor tournament
Medium (10-12 goals)

Pink Ribbon Düsseldorf

June
28 - 30

2019

Arranmore Farm + Polo Club

North America IL, United States
Outdoor tournament
Array

Chicago Polo Women’s Invitational

Teams

  • David Yurman
    • Pamela Flanagan

Weekend Tournament 4 Chukker. Bring a team or contact Pam Mudra to create a team.

WCT qualifier draw.

Party, great fun, great prizes!

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July
4 - 7

2019

Europe , United Kingdom
Outdoor tournament
High (15-18 goals)

Knepp Castle Ladies

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Argentina Polo Academy, ARG
Jennifer Alexy, USA
Kerstie Allen, AUS
Altranco Trips
Erica Ames, USA
Carolyn Anier, FRA
Hope Arellano, USA
Alexandra Armstrong, USA
Bob and Kim Arserio, USA
Courtney Asdourian, USA
Mia Novillo Astrada, ARG
Miguel Novillo Astrada, ARG
Paige Beard, USA
Holly Behncke, USA
Jennifer Luttrell Benardoni, USA
Lauren Biddle, USA
Lin Borkey, USA
Karina Bowlby, GBR
Sabrina (Beanie) Bradley, GBR
Mia Bray, USA
Leigh Brecheen, USA
Maureen Brennan, USA
Claire Brougham, UK
Kelsey Burhans, USA
Tiffany Busch, USA
Grace Burgert, USA
Holly Butler, GBR
Mia Cambiaso, ARG
Natalie Camacho, USA
Juan Pedro Caset, ARG
Clara Casino, ARG
Nina Clarkin, GBR
Cecilia Cochran, USA
Stephanie Colburn, USA
Annie Colloredo, USA
Jemma Contreras, USA
Amanda Cordsen-Iseminger, USA
Andrea Coscia, USA
Elizabeth Cunningham, USA
Kim DeLashmit, USA
Denver Polo Club
Diana de Souza Leão Jensen, BRA
Christina Dong, CAN
Cate Dyer
Clarissa Echezarreta, USA
Michael Egan, CAN
Susan Egan, USA
Carol Farnsworth, USA
Gary Fellers, USA
Louise Fouracre
Guards Polo
Pamela Flanagan, USA
Lesley Ann Fong-Yee, JAM
Tamara Fox, GBR
Erica Gandomcar-Sachs, USA
Tiva Gross, KEN
Kimberly Garsed, USA
Memo and Meghan Gracida, USA
Jessica Gayanich, USA
Victoria Gray, GBR
Hana Grill, AUS
Harvard Polo
Mary Guest, USA
Nicole Hai
Diana Haigh, GBR
Abby Hale, USA
Eleanor and Harry Halff, USA
Cindy Halle, USA
Shariah Harris, USA
Gina Harvey
Chantal Hasse, USA
Shelly Heatley, USA
Hannah Heitzig, USA
Sherri-Lyn Hensman, ZWE
Lezlie Hiner, USA
Horseplay
Elizabeth Humphreys, USA
Tommy Humphreys, USA
Emily Hurst, CAN
Hazel Jackson-Gaona, UK
Susanna Jahn, CH
Dawn Jones, USA
Javelina Film Company
Gillian Johnston, USA
Katie Johnson, USA
Laura Johnson-Graham, USA
Gillian Johnston, USA
Dawn Jones, USA
Melanja Jones, USA
Robert Jornayvaz, USA
Megan Judge, USA
Cara Kennedy, USA
Kelley Krueger, USA
Susie Kneece, USA
Susan Koehler, USA
Lottie Lamacraft, GBR
Sue Landis, GBR
Sheila Lequerica, USA
Sebastian Lezica, ARG
John Lichtenegger, USA
Ursula Lipari, USA
Danielle Lussi, USA
Chaco Loco, ARG
Polo Graphics, USA
Billie Mascart, AUS
Paige McCabe, USA
Annabel McNaught-Davis, GBR
Olivia Merlos, ARG
Ricardo Motran, ESP
Ryan Murphy, USA
Carter Nix, USA
Shannon Nourbash, USA
Eric O’Keefe, USA
Alex Pacheco, USA
Lizzie Parker, USA
Izzy Parsons, KEN
Lauren Patoile, USA
Margaret Paur USA
Kendall Plank, USA
Amy Marlyse Plato, USA
Polo Graphics
Alyson Poor, USA
Amanda Poor-Roberts, USA
Jennifer Putnam, USA
Juan A. Ramos, ARG
Karen Reese, USA
Kathryn Richert-Boe, USA
Sophia Sabin, USA
Desiree Saint
Lia Salvo, ARG
Di Sanchez, ARG
Becky Schmeits, USA
Natascha Scholten, NLD
Taylor Scilufo, USA
Alice Servaes, GBR
Abigail Shearer Robinson, USA
Kylie Sheehan, USA
Susan Shelly, USA
Sheryl Sick, USA
Shelley Slater
Taylor Smith
Snoopy Productions
Kathy Standage, USA
Supergoop
Liv Stringer Berube, USA
Jenna Tarshis, CAN
Holly Thaggard, USA
Danielle Travis, USA
Jazmin Trotz, ARG
ChiChi Ubiña, ESP
Olivia Uechtritz, USA
Volar Polo
Maria Wambold, USA
Elizabeth Welborn, USA
Jonathan Wilding
Cory Williams, USA
Amy Wilson
Ana Wilson
Laura and Byron Wilson, USA
Heloise Wilson-Smith, GBR
Anna Winslow, USA
Charlotta Winslow-Jenkins, USA
Susan Wise, USA
Sarah Wiseman, GBR
Ruth Witmer, US