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There was another day of finals this Sunday (June 16th) at the Santa María Polo Club, with the title decider of the Memorial Andrés Parladé being played at the popular Spanish venue. Sapphire and Woodchester both made it to the...
Sapphire and Los Dragones to decide title at Santa María Polo Club
Opening day at Santa María Polo Club. Semi-finals this Saturday
New edition of low-handicap tournament kicks off this Friday
Title glory for team at Santa María Polo Club with victory against Cancha 2
Low-handicap event in full progress at Santa María Polo Club
The Santa María Polo Club is located in San Roque, Cadiz province, south of Spain, and is considered one of this European country?s leading polo venues. It also stands out due to the fact that it organizes over 40 tournaments each year, which makes it one of the most action-packed ones. This venue which lies in the region of the Strait of Gibraltar (within Andalucía) had its first playing field completed in 1965, thanks to the cooperation of Enrique Zobel, who is nowdays, due to the support he gave the club, remembered by means of the Copa Fundador (The Founder?s Cup), one of the leading events in the polo calendar. As from then on, the Santa María Polo Club has not ceased in its efforts of promoting polo. Its event with most handicap, and which each year includes many of the world?s leading players, is the Torneo Internacional de Verano (The International Summer Tournament), the 39th edition of which is due to begin on July 27th. The nine fields which the club has are located in three different places: the four main ones are at Los Pinos, where the high-handicap summer tournaments are played (including the International event) and, also, several ones during the winter, thanks to the excellent state of the fields. There are two in Río Sotogrande, where spring tournaments are usually played, and the remaining three are located in Puente de Hierro, where the low- and medium-handicap tournaments take place, On field three of this last-mentioned site is where polo practises usually take place.