|Fri 25th Jan 2013|
Cartier start strongly in St Moritz
The Polo World Cup on Snow is well underway after two days of action on the frozen lake
JONATHAN MUNRO FORD'S Cartier team are currently top of the leaderboard at the St Moritz Polo World Cup on Snow.
The team, which also features Brits Nacho Gonzalez, Max Charlton and Chris Hyde, have won two out of two matches and are the only team to remain unbeaten.
Cartier defeated Michael Bickford's Ralph Lauren side 5-4 earlier today. In the first match of the day Richard Davis's Sal. Oppenheim team came out fighting after their defeat to Cartier yesterday, and beat Andreas Knapp Voith's BMW team 5-4. BMW and Cartier were the winners on day one of the tournament.
League matches continue tomorrow, with Sal. Oppenheim facing Ralph Lauren and Cartier taking on BMW. This will decide the teams that progress to the final, which will be played on Sunday (27 January).
For teams and results please click here.
Photograph: Max Charlton on the ball for Cartier during yesterday's match against Sal. Oppenheim. By Tony Ramirez (www.imagesofpolo.com)
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