|Thu 15th Aug 2013|
Brits go up in handicap changes
The high-goal and Victor Ludorum end of season handicap changes have been announced
SEVERAL YOUNG BRITISH players have seen their handicaps rise following the high-goal and Victor Ludorum season. George Meyrick has had his handicap raised from five to six, following a successful season playing in the 12, 15 and 18-goal Victor Ludorum tournaments.
Matt Perry, who won both the Queen's Cup and the Gold Cup with Zacara, had gone from three to four, as has Australian Alec White, who played for Dubai, losing out to Zacara in the final of the Gold Cup.
Perry's Zacara teammate, Rodrigo de Andrade, has moved from eight to nine, while Dubai's Nico Pieres has risen from seven to eight. As a result, both Dubai and Zacara have seen their team handicaps rise by two, meaning their current line-ups are no longer eligible for the high-goal in England.
Sapo Caset, who played for Enigma in this year's high-goal, has been dropped from ten to nine, while Juan Merlos, who played for HB Polo has moved down from nine to eight.
The changes were agreed at the handicaps meeting on 14 August, but are yet to be ratified by stewards at the second handicaps meeting on 17 September. The new handicaps are effective as of 1 January 2014.
To see the full list of handicap changes please click here.
Photograph: George Meyrick, who will play off six goals next season
Other top stories
Thu 23rd Mar 2017
USPA Gold Cup
Wed 22nd Mar 2017
National Schools Ladies Arena Championships
Tue 21st Mar 2017
Polo Times Out This Week!
April issue of Polo Times
Tue 14th Mar 2017
USPA Gold Cup Has Begun
Wins for Valiente and Orchard Hill
Mon 13th Mar 2017
Equine Liquid Biocell Wins Iglehart Cup
La Indiana Narrowly Defeated in Thrilling Final
Fri 10th Mar 2017
Iglehart Cup Finalists decided
La Indiana and Equine Liquid Biocell to face each other on Sunday 12 March in the Final of the Iglehart Cup at International Polo Club, Palm Beach
Tue 7th Mar 2017
Home Office Agreed to Reduce Restrictions
Visa Update from HPA
Tue 28th Feb 2017
In Memory of Sunny Hale
Remembering a Polo Pioneer