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La Indiana vs Monterosso, Cartier Queen's Cup

When

Midday 24th May

Where

My Polo World

Nic has charged polo fields on five continents!  Which country reigns supreme when it comes to the sport?  Read on for Nic’s pick…. “I’ve played polo is South Africa, Australia, England, France and Argentina, as well as all over the United States, and it’s hard to know which one I have enjoyed the most.  Each country or club has its own attractions but, for pure polo reasons I think you’d always have to say Argentina is the best.  It’s where all the best players are based and it where I have to play if I am to continually improve my...

Proud Moments: The 2009 Westchester Cup

“Being selected for the U.S. National side for the Westchester Cup last year was an amazing feeling.  I had no idea what it meant until I rode out onto the field that afternoon before we played England.  I’ve never felt prouder to be an American. I’m Argentinean by birth, but American by choice.  We moved to the U.S. just two months after I was born, so what I say now is that I’m 50 percent Argentinean and 100 percent America!  Playing in the Westchester was very special for me and losing hurt – so I’m looking forward to a rematch.” UNITED STATES: No. 1, Jeff Blake; No. 2, Adam Snow; No. 3, Nic Roldan; Back, Jeff Hall. ENGLAND: No. 1, James Beim; No. 2, Mark Tomlinson; No. 3, Eduardo Novillo Astrada; Back, Luke Tomlinson 2009 Won by England (10-9) at International Polo Club Palm Beach.  For a complete match summary and photo gallery, please visit http://www.westchestercup.org/news_2009_game_summary.htm For a look at the teams who have played in this prestigious tournament through the years, please visit...

The Secret to Nic’s Meteoric Rise

From drive, determination and pure talent to receiving expert advice and training from the sport’s best, Nic Roldan shares what has led to his meteoric rise to the top: “I made it to seven goals in 2005 and eight in 2006.  Now, since the changes at the end of last season, I have been put up to nine.  I put it down entirely to sheer determination.  I haven’t come from a wealthy family and didn’t always have top horses at my disposal, so I had to get the most out of what I had.  I was lucky enough to get a lot of help along the way from the likes of my father, Bob Daniels, Memo Gracida and Adolfo Cambiaso, but it was because those people saw my desire, I think, and that I wasn’t afraid of hard...

Nic Roldan on GQ.com

GQ catches up with polo sensation Nic Roldan. Click to read more about polo’s hottest up-and-comer in this revealing interview! For the complete Q&A click The GQ Eye:...

The U.S Open’s Youngest Winner Ever

Nic Roldan, in his own words. What’s it like being the youngest polo player to ever win the prestigious U.S. Open Polo Championship? “Being a part of the team that captured the U.S. Open at age 15 was amazing experience.  Then, that summer, Memo Gracida took me with him to Saratoga and then to Texas, where we won everything we entered.  My handicap shot up from zero to three. A year later I returned to the Open with Pony Express (in 1999), by then playing off a five-goal handicap, so it all happened pretty quickly.  However, despite making the final again, I couldn’t make it another victory, as we lost to Tim Gannon’s Outback team featuring Jeff Blake, Lolo Castagnola and Adolfo...