3pm Villa del Lago vs Palm Beach Illustrated Bracket II/III(Streamed at 6:00 pm on ChukkerTV.com)
Thursday January 21st
3pm Audi/ Millarville vs Orchard Hill Bracket I
Saturday January 23
11am Audi/ Millarville vs Valiente Bracket I
Sunday, January 24
10am Coca-cola vs Palm Beach Illustrated/TechnoGym Bracket II/III
Noon Orchard Hill vs. Dubai Bracket I
Noon La Indiana vs Tonkawa Bracket II/III
3pm Villa del Lago vs Enigma Bracket II/III
Wednesday, January 27
10 am Bobby Barry Cup Semifinal
12:30pm Bobby Barry Cup Semifinal
12:30pm Joe Barry Cup Semifinal: #1 Bracket I vs 2nd or 3rd place opponent
3pm Joe Barry Cup Semifinal: #1 Bracket II/III cross vs 2nd or 3rd place opponent
Sunday January 31
Noon Bobby Barry Cup Final
3pm Joe Barry Cup Final
About the United States Polo Association®
The U.S. Polo Association was organized and exists for the purposes of promoting the game of polo, coordinating the activities of its Member Clubs and Registered Players, arranging and supervising polo tournaments, competitions, and games, and providing rules, handicaps, and conditions for those tournaments, competitions, and games including the safety and welfare of participants and mounts. For more information, please visit uspolo.org
Founded in 1890, the United States Polo Association (USPA) is the national governing body for the sport of polo in North America. Proudly celebrating 125 years at this stature, the USPA is currently comprised of almost 300 member clubs, thousands of individual members, and oversees 40 national tournaments.
U.S. Polo Assn. brand products are authentic and officially sanctioned by the United States Polo Association (USPA), the governing body for the sport of polo in the U.S. since 1890.
USPA Global Licensing Inc., a wholly owned, for-profit, tax-paying subsidiary of the USPA, manages its licensing program in over 135 countries through independent retail, department, online and U.S. Polo Assn. brand stores.
Primarily featuring sportswear for men, women, and children, the product offering has expanded to include accessories, luggage, watches, shoes, home furnishings and more.
As the steward of the Association's marks, USPA Global Licensing's mission is to develop a long-term source of revenue to help underwrite numerous programs for education about and promotion of the sport of polo in the U.S., from memberships and handicaps, to clubs and tournaments; from interscholastic programs to Team USPA mentoring; with particular concern for equine welfare and player safety throughout.