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Nic’s Travel Guide to Greenwich, Connecticut

Nic’s Travel Guide to:  Greenwich, Connecticut, U.S.A. Here’s the next instalment of my travel guide series: “Nic’s Travel Guide to Greenwich, Connecticut” where I recently spent a number of weeks whilst I was playing in the East Coast Open, it’s a great place to end to summer & it’s location provides so many options. 2016 East Coast Open Final- Audi vs White Birch with my dad by www.PoloLine.com Greenwich, CT, Town sign Hanging with the boyzzzz, Brandon Phillips & Darren Marrota Best way to start the day: First to the gym, then to the barn to have maté (traditional Argentine “tea”) with my horse trainers & check on my horses. Drinking Maté by Xenia Erichse/equistyle-magazine.com My horse trainer Valé by Xenia Erichse/equistyle-magazine.com Favorite restaurants: Smart: The National Casual: The Juice Bar @ Equinox Favourite bar & tipple: The Granola Bar of Greenwich where I’ll have a macha smoothie Favourite Hotel: The J House Greenwich, it’s where our team has always been based, a home away from home where they look after us great. Favourite Golf Club: Pound Ridge Golf club & The Stanwich Club Playing golf at www.southamptoncountryclub.com www.trumpferrypoint.com www.libertynationalgc.com www.trumpnationalbedminster.com Favourite gym: Equinox Greenwich & I like to work out on & around the polo field’s here Polo Club where I’m playing at: Greenwich Polo Club, I played in the East Coast Open however Greenwich Polo Club is also home to the Brant Foundation & Jeff Koon’s amazing Puppy statue, a 43 ft (13 m) tall topiary sculpture of a West Highland White Terrier puppy, executed in a variety of flowers.  It truly is a stunning location & provides a unique backdrop The Grandstand @...

Nic’s Travel Guide to Aspen, Colorado

I often get asked in interviews about the places I’m at so I thought I would start doing my own “Travel Guide” from now on for each of the places I visit on my continual Polo Tour starting with my Travel Guide to Aspen, Colorado. One of the things I love about polo is the travelling.  We get to play polo in some of the most beautiful places in the world, I myself have been lucky enough to play on all 5 continents, have seen some amazing sights and had some pretty unique experiences.   Nic’s Travel Guide to: Aspen, Colorado, U.S.A.   After returning from the UK high-goal season I spent a month playing in Aspen which is fantastic. I hope you enjoy my tips here in my Travel Guide to Aspen, Colorado.  Find out where to go and what to do in the first of my travel guides, next up will be Greenwich, CT, U.S.A.. #NicsTravelGuides, #NicsTravels   Best way to start the day: A hike followed by a HIT class at Aspen Club Favorite restaurants: Smart: Casa Tua Casual: Peach’s Corner Cafe Favourite bar & tipple: Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro, Peroni Beer Favourite Hotel: The Little Nell Favourite GolfClub: Roaring Fork Club Favourite gym: The Aspen Club (13) Polo Club where I’m playing at: Aspen Valley Polo Club which offers all from a full summer T’ment program to arena polo as well as the World Snow Polo Championships just before Christmas. Also the place to go for a lesson whilst you’re in town (17) Summer or Winter: Summer is the best because of the endless activities! Must do’s...

Competing with the Dubai Polo Team in England

With polo season in Wellington now over, I’ve flown to England were I’ve been playing on the Dubai Polo Team. So far we are 2 and 1 after winning today which should hopefully put us in the semifinals of the Royal Windsor. The Al Habtoor Royal Windsor Cup Finals will be held Sunday, June 24 at Guards Polo Club and it’s the premier medium-goal tournament in England. I’ve been playing with Martin Valent, Rashid Albwardy, Sheikha Maitha al Maktoum and Ali Saeed Albwardy (who substituted for Sheikha Maitha al Maktoum in the first two games) at Dubai Polo Farm. Here are a few pictures from the event – I’ll let you know how it...

Looking Ahead

South Africa was a great experience! I was able to see an amazing place and play polo in the Bergville Mini Tournament. Soon I’ll be heading to Chicago for the Grey Goose Polo Blue Door VIP events before I head back to South Florida for some polo. Next on my schedule will be Argentina in November and some of December and Aspen snow polo in the end of December before Palm Beach polo season kicks off! Looking forward to the next few months and some great...

Aspen Snow Polo

In just a few days I will be leaving Argentina and heading back to the States. My next big stop will be Aspen, Colorado where I’ll be playing in the 11th Annual USPA World Snow Polo Championship. We will be playing on a snow covered rugby field and our ponies will be outfitted with special cleated shoes for better traction. I will keep you updated along the way!...

Pictures From the Diamond Cup

We played the semi-finals this past Thursday in the Diamond Cup. Unfortunately, we lost but it was a great game and I snapped some pictures before the match took place. I will be starting play in the Sapphire Cup in a few days and will be sharing updates along the way! Before the semi-finals. Our player...