Martindale Queen’s Cup!

$210.000 were raised for the children’s home!

A word from the editor: 2 years ago the manager of a very famous and  snobbish  polo club said to me: “To watch   female polo  is  disgusting! Pathetic!” I have  heard this  so many times here, there and everywhere…

But we suggest you look at these pictures? Where else in polo can you see so much beauty? If you collect all the men’s polo  tournaments played in the last 100 years, together they would  not assemble so much kindness and smiles, as brought together in the playing of the Martindale Queen’s Cup!

Unfortunately, this manager is still of the same opinion, but fortunately, the world is no longer agreeing with him…Мore and more women’s   polo tournaments are becoming fashionable charity events. This is one of the main roles of   women’s polo. We CAN:  play polo, stay beautiful and encourage other women.

Our magazine  aims  to rejoice in  the development of women’s polo  and we are happy to be an active  part of this history. Enjoy the fantastic photography of Fernando Moronic and the press release written by Ali Rohm and Rosario Oyhanarte.

Martindale Queen’s Cup Press Release

Once again, polo hosted a special event for charity. In this case, it was Martindale Country Club that organized, last November 12th, the seventh edition of Queen’s Cup.

The event presented by EXIMIA aimed to raise funds for the children’s home, “Nuestra Señora del Pilar” in Capitán Sarmiento, Province of Buenos Aires.

“Norita Heguy, as the trophy is called, is well known for helping women earn their place in Argentinean polo. It was kindly donated by Claudia Pistarini  In total, 12 teams participated in the tournament of maximum 6 goals of handicap.

The final was between Mustique Polo Team and Guido Guidi Polo Team, that played a great game and defeated Mustique Polo Team 6 to 1. The winners received a trophy from

The winners received a trophy from ex-polo player, Marcos Heguy, and Jesucita Heguy. Mía Novillo Astrada was chosen Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the tournament; Mía Cambiaso, MVP of the final and Guillermina Suffern who played for Illinois-Ona Polo Team.

But the tournament offered more than just polo: it also included a beauty center with OPI manicurists, María Grebol makeup artists, the cosmetologist Elian Yacofan and even an osteopath and massage therapist, Mariana Bacas.

Nonetheless, the best news is that more than $210.000 were raised for the children’s home.

As there is no better way

 to end such an event than with music, the group Estrategas made everyone hit the dance floor after the Trophy Presentation.