Polo Players Edition

JAN 2019

Polo Players' Edition is the official publication of the U.S. Polo Association. Dedicated to the sport of polo, it features player profiles, game strategy, horse care, playing tips, polo club news and tournament results.

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Danielle Scott of Team A prevailed over the other competitors. Daniel Arnold, Sophia DeAngelis, Catelyn Godey and Saralyn Painter were chosen as All-Star team members. Sophia DeAngelis was elected to receive the sportsmanship award. Saralyn Painter's Armana was chosen as Best Playing Pony. Aiken Polo Club Polo Adventures' Maddie Godard, Brianna Jordan and Summer Kneece topped Equus Events to claim the tournament. Josh Escapite, Brianna Jordan, Madison Jordan and Summer Kneece were selected for the All-Star team, and Virginia Gwinn was recognized with the sportsmanship award. Tiger Kneece's Pate, ridden by Maddie Godard, was chosen as Best Playing Pony. Garrison Forest School In a five-team tournament, Drumcliffe Grey's Kylie Beard, Sophia Chiasera and Gaston Gomez bested all competition. Kylie Beard, Sophia DeAngelis, Rory Knox and Josie Smith were named to the All-Star team and Graham Absolom was selected as the sportsmanship award recipient. Garrison Forest School's Pica was elected Best Playing Pony. Maui Polo Club Maui Black's Jayci Jay Clark, Ka'ili Rice and Kaya Tyrrell took home the trophies, besting Maui White. Jayci Jay Clark, Emily Coflin, Ka'ili Rice and Kaya Tyrrell were selected for the All-Star team, and Elizabeth Miranda was recognized with the sportsmanship award. Jayci Jay Clark's Kula Girl was named Best Playing Pony. Central Coast Polo Club Central Coast Blue's Sara Espy, Dylan Stern and Alyssa Neville topped Central Coast Red to claim the tournament. Blair Conlan, Sara Espy, Morgan Manos and Dylan Stern were selected for the All-Star team, and Linnea Johnson was recognized with the sportsmanship award. Alyssa Neville's Tequila was chosen as Best Playing Pony. Prestonwood Polo Club Prestonwood's JB Long, Estephanie Turrubiartes and Trenton Werntz took home the trophies, besting El Paso Rancho Naranjo. Francesca Felhaber and Trenton Werntz were selected for the All-Star team, and Alec Felhaber was recognized with the sportsmanship award. Trenton Werntz's Peanut was named Best Playing Pony. At publication time, Barrington Hills Polo Club was planning to play their Middle School Tournament the weekend of December 16-17. Find their results on the I/I Facebook page! The USPA I/I Middle School Tournaments are offered during the fall season and are open to all players 5th-8th grade. If you would like to host a tournament, or have an interested player for 2019, please contact Emily Dewey edewey@uspolo.org for more information. POLO P L A Y E R S E D I T I O N 25 Polo Adventures' Maddie Godard, Brianna Jordan and Summer Kneece won in Aiken. Drumcliffe Grey's Gaston Gomez, Kylie Beard and Sophia Chiasera won at Garrison Forest. Maui Black's Jayci Jay Clark, Ka'ili Rice and Kaya Tyrrell won at Maui Polo Club. Central Coast Blue's Alyssa Neville, Dylan Stern and Sara Espy won at Central Coast. Prestonwood's Trenton Werntz, JB Long and Estephanie Turrubiartes won in Texas.

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