Close on the heels of the success of the IFZA Silver Cup, the action continued at the Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club as the second trophy — Polo Masters Cup — of the Dubai Polo Gold Cup (DPGC) Series kicked off with four matches.
Following the success of the Silver Cup, the magnificent green fields of the Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club will be buzzing once again with pulsating action when IFZA Gold Cup 2021 (Dubai Open) gets underway from Feb.14.
The Gold Cup is being held under the patronage of Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai.
The IFZA Gold Cup 2021 concluded its qualifying matches with a win for Abu Dhabi Polo and Dubai Wolves by CAFU teams.
Come Nov.6 and the sublime greens of Ghantoot Racing and Polo Club will be throbbing once again, echoing the rhythmic thuds of hoofs and the heaving of gallant mounts as a pulsating new season commences under the generous patronage of Sheikh Falah.
Jamila Ibrahim from Pink Caravan awarded the teams of the day with Petra Spanko as the Most Valuable Player and Sublime, ridden by Kim Roche, as the Best Playing Pony. Two Best Dressed Ladies in pink were recognised and received prizes worth up to Dhs4,000 each.
Ghantoot Racing and Polo Club — the UAE’s only Royal Club equipped with world-class polo and equestrian facilities and recognised as one of the most prestigious clubs of its kind in the world — will open its doors for an exciting new season on Nov. 6.
Defending champions Habtoor Polo claimed the last trophy of the Dubai Polo Gold Cup Series for the fourth year after beating Ankora/Dr. A Polo 7-5 in the final held at the Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club.
The polo action continues through the last few weeks of Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club polo season as the AHPRC League 2021 has declared a new champion.