The 2019 season at polo of Paris kicked off on April 27th with a 4/6 goals tournament over two days of competition, a tournament 100% members of the Polo of Paris, renamed Tournament Yvan Guillemin, in tribute to its founder who created it first and foremost to allow young players, members of the Polo de Paris, to meet in a friendly way on the Cercle’s lawn.

Bet won! Four teams, Sainte Mesme, Kazak-Red Falcon, Kappa and Esprit Polo met this last weekend of April for two intense days in emotion, joy of meeting and sportiness. The players will have during their 2 meetings shown the values ​​dear to our sport that are the fighting spirit used with fair play, friendliness and mutual aid.

It is finally Sainte Mesme who after his victory against Kappa on Saturday, won the final on Sunday against Kazak-Red Falcon two points on a final score from 8 to 6 and seizes for the second consecutive year of the Challenge of this Tournament Yvan Guillemin. Teams Kappa and Esprit Polo have offered the public a small final very close since Kappa wins a tiny point.

Clarita, mare mounted by Robert Ström, was crowned best mare of the tournament and rewarded by the Polo of Paris in partnership with Briston of a beautiful cover in the colors of the Polo of Paris and a watch for its owner.