|Wed 23rd Jan 2013|
St Moritz Polo World Cup on Snow to begin tomorrow
Four teams, featuring several British players, will contest the tournament
THE POLO WORLD Cup on Snow will get underway in St Moritz tomorrow.
The opening matches of the 20-goal tournament will take place tomorrow (Thursday 24 January), with Andreas Knapp Voith's BMW team facing Michael Bickford's Ralph Lauren.
Jonathan Munro Ford's Sal. Oppenheim side will play Richard Davis' Cartier later in the day. The final will take place on Sunday (27 January).
Brits Jonny Good and Tarquin Southwell will join Davis' Cartier team, playing alongside nine-goaler Eduardo Novillo Astrada. Munro Ford has teamed up with Max Charlton and Chris Hyde, as well as Nacho Gonzalez, for Sal. Oppenheim and Jamie Morrison will join Bickford's Ralph Lauren team, playing alongside Nacho Figueras and Marcos Araya.
Knapp Voith's BMW side will feature Bautista Ortiz de Urbina, Ignacio Tillous and Lucas Labat.
For the schedule and results please click here.
Photograph: The frozen lake at St Moritz, where the snow polo will take place. By Georgie May
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