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Chris Dawson
  • Goals: 2
  • Bio: Founder and Visionary of Hawaii Polo Life (HPL) and the President and Founder of the Hawaii International Polo Association (HIPA). Christopher Dawson has taken his passion for polo and has turned it into a clothing brand that fuses the ocean and polo cultures of Hawaii. Additionally, Chris was the first USPA Circuit Governor to term out off his position. After 10 years of sitting on the board of the USPA Chris was inspired to re-energize the sport in Hawaii and started the HPL Polo Player Exchange program. Since 2015 Chris has been bringing in pros from all over the globe to play polo in Hawaii and was the first person to sponsor an All-Pro team. Collectively the All-Pro team had made up 40-goals, the highest ever to be played in the state. Chris now travels the world to play polo with world class players.

Adolfo Cambiaso Hawaii Polo Life
Adolfo Cambiaso

  • Goals: 10
  • Bio: Currently ranked as the most successful player in the world has repeatedly won the Argentine Open, competing 16 times, winning 8, and played in the final another two. He scored 535 goals in the Argentine Open alone, breaking the record held by Bautista Heguy with 531 goals. He played also for the Argentine national team since 2002 when he won the Copa Quilmes. At age 25, Cambiaso decided to create his own breeding business from scratch, as well as the polo team La Dolfina. Today he has nearly 1000 horses on his extensive farms.

Hilario Ulloa

  • Goals: 10
  • Bio: Hilario Ulloa grew up in Argentina, watching his father and expert horse breeder Carlos “Polito” Ulloa train and breed polo horses. Having grown up with horses and polo players always around him, he dreamed of one day playing in the prestigious Argentine Open. He got that wish in 2013, and in 2014, he won the U.S. Open with Alegria at IPC. Other highlights include; 2019 highlights include British Open Semi-Final, Queens Cup, US Open Final, and CV Whitney. You'll find Hilario playing in Wellington, Denver, and Argentina.

Diego Cavanagh

  • Goals: 10
  • Played in Hawaii: 2018 Colorado Open
  • Bio: Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Diego has played polo since he was a child. His father was also a player so he learned his skill set from him. Even though his father was a farmer and didn’t play polo as a pro, Diego still followed in his footsteps until he was 22-years old. At 22, he decided to try professional polo. He started playing polo in the United Kingdom starting with low and medium goal polo and was skilled enough to win British Open Gold cup while playing with Dubai in 2014. He went on to win the American Triple Crown in 2016 with Valiente, Copa Cámara Diputados in 2009 and 2011. Additional wins include Copa Republica three times and actually playing in the Triple Crown, in Argentina with La Dolfina.

Jejo Taranco Hawaii Polo Life
Jejo Taranco
  • Goals: 8
  • Bio: Born in Uruguay, Jejo began his polo career as a groom at 22. He became a pro with a 3 goal rating in Germany where Juan Ruiz Guinazu sent him to play with a patron. It didn’t take him very long before he started traveling around the world and became the polo Manager for Sotogrande and worked for the Zobel family. Since then he’s played with Adolfo Cambiaso for Valiente and Dubai during 3 season in US and 2 seasons in Sotogrande. In 2017 he got a call from Guille Terrera and Diego Cavanagh to be part of a team that later became La Dolfina Polo Ranch and that year and he made his debut in the Argentine Open. Now he works and plays for J5 Equestrian and La Dolfina and is part of the World Polo League.

Jeronimo Del Carril

  • Goals: 8
  • Bio: Born in Buenos Aires Jeronimo has played in the Metropolitan Cup High Goal (Handicap), The Royal Windsor Final and the Dubai Gold Cup Semi Final, just to name a few. Dubbed the new international polo star, by Living Polo, he spent 2019 in Palermo where he continues to climb up the ranks of this international sport.

Guillermo Terrera

  • Goals: 8
  • Bio: Guillermo Terrera has played all over the world, including China, Switzerland, and England. In Argentina, he has played with La Dolfina with Pelon in the Polo Tour of Argentina. Guillermo is from Monte, which is around 30km from Lobos in the Provincia de Buenos Aires.

Inaki Laprida

  • Goals: 8
  • Played in Hawaii: 2017 Kahal Hotel and Resorts Hawaii Invitational of Polo Presented by Cartier.
  • Bio: Inaki Laprida is an 8-goal player who plays back for Nacho Figueras Argentine Open team Yatay. He partners with his brother Magoo in the foursome that has become very popular amongst polo followers in Argentina for punching above their weight in the last couple of seasons and becoming a real challenge to the status quo. Laprida is extremely athletic and has won the Sotogrande Triple Crown in Spain and was a finalist in the U.S. Open at 19 years of age.

Nic Roldan
  • Goals: 8
  • Played in Hawaii: 2015 Hawaii Polo Season and 2016 Hawaii International Polo Championships
  • Bio: Winning victoriously on five continents at every goal level, Nic continues to gain worldwide acclaim. His goals are to continue awareness and participation for the sport at all levels, reach the highest accolade 10-goal status, and play the Argentine Open to name a few. His philanthropic involvement in charity tournaments is widely recognized, as well as his modeling career.

JP Clarkin
  • Goals: 8
  • Played in Hawaii: 2017 Kahala Hotel & Resorts Hawaii Invitational of Polo Presented by Cartier
  • Bio: He spends most of his year overseas playing polo in Australia, England, Argentina, South Africa as well as New Zealand. He is married to the top ranking and highest goal female player in the world, Nina Clarkin. He is currently the highest ranked New Zealand polo player with 8 goals.

Jeff Hall
  • Goals: 7
  • Played in Hawaii: 2017 Hawaii Invitational of Polo, 2018 Hawaii Polo Life Spring Invitational, and Hawaii Polo Life hosted Jeff in June of 2019.
  • Bio: Jeff Hall was raised in Santa Barbara, CA and Houston, TX. Hall began riding horses at four years old in Indio, CA where his father John Hall, an enthusiastic polo sponsor instilled a passion for the sport. By the time Jeff was seven he had already decided what he wanted for his future. His dream of becoming a professional polo player became a reality at 12 years old and he hasn’t looked back since.

Matias Zavaleta
  • Goals: 6
  • Played in Hawaii: 2018 Hawaii Polo Life Spring Invitational & 2018 Hawaii Polo Life Garden Party
  • Bio: Matias Torres Zavaleta went all the way to victory during the 2017 polo season at the International Polo Club Palm Beach, achieving polo’s elusive Triple Crown with his Valiente teammates. Along with the legendary Adolfo Cambiaso, Diego Cavanagh and patron Bob Jornayvaz, Zavaleta ran the table on IPC’s 26-goal tournaments in 2017, winning the C.V. Whitney Cup, the USPA Gold Cup and the U.S. Open Polo Championship. Zavaleta’s contributions in the U.S. Open final earned him MVP honors.

Simon Keyte

  • Goals: 6
  • Played in Hawaii: 2017 Kahala Hotel and Resorts Hawaii Invitational of Polo Presented by Cartier
  • Bio: New Zealand born Simon, or Sly as he is often known, has long been a part of the Black Bears Polo Club. When not in the UK for the European Season, he is based back in New Zealand running Mystery Creek Polo Club, along with his cousin JP Clarkin. Simon will soon retire to lead the polo school there.

Santi Torres

  • Goals: 6
  • Played in Hawaii: 2017 Kahala Hotel and Resort Hawaii Invitational of Polo Presented by Cartier
  • Bio: Youngest polo player to turn pro at 11 years old. Torres is American born in Santa Barbara, CA with Argentine heritage. Torres emerged on the polo scene with unyielding passion and natural ability. His early journey to make a name for himself was documented in the film, “The Polo Kid,” as he was nicknamed. Has a special affinity towards Hawaii.
Juan Martin Obregon

  • Goals: 5
  • Bio: Juan, the second youngest in his family, is from a family of six and is one of three polo-playing brothers. He currently plays in the World Polo League with team Alegria.

Juan Martin Zubia

  • Goals: 5
  • Bio: Zubia was born in Argentina and had been playing polo for 12 years. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to play with such polo legends as Adolfo Cambiaso, Hilario Ulloa, and Guillermo Terrera. Coined as the next up and coming polo star, Zubia's favorite horse of all time was Cuartetera, who nows plays with Adolfo Cambiaso. Zubia played on the Hawaii Polo Life team in the 2019 Polo Fest.

Tommy Collingwood
  • Goals: 5
  • Played in Hawaii: 2017 Polo Season
  • Bio: Born in Argentina, Tommy grew up around horses but he wasn’t born into a family from generations of polo players. His mom was a top jumper in Argentina and his dad played a sport called Pato. He moved to the United States at four years old and his dad was offered a job to run a small polo club in Pennsylvania. At 13 he moved to Florida where he played with Mariano Gracida, Carlitos Gracida and Santi.

Robertito Zedda
  • Goals: 5
  • Played in Hawaii: 2018 Hawaii Polo Life Spring Invitational
  • Bio: Team rider for Valiente Polo and Brand Ambassador for EQ Royal.

Gi Gilbrat

  • Goals: 5
  • Played in Hawaii: 2018 Garden Party
  • Bio: Gi assisted Hawaii Polo Life with our horse operations and training program in 2018. He currently resides in Argentina and competes in the Dubai Goal season Gold cup, Silver Cup and President Cup.

Luis Escobar
  • Goals: 5
  • Played in Hawaii: 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019.
  • Bio: Owner of Santa Clara Polo Club and has sold multiple horses to Chris Dawson and Hawaii Polo Life. He owns the Santa Clara Polo Club in Palm Beach, Florida. Luis Escobar was born in Costa Rica. After graduating from high school in Costa Rica, he moved to Wellington, Florida with his parents in 1989.He graduated from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida where he received a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. In 1984 his father purchased the Santa Clara Polo Club in Palm Beach, Florida. He trains and sells polo ponies to players from around the world

Mariano Gracida
  • Goals: 4
  • Played in Hawaii: Played in the 2016, 2017, 2018 Hawaii Polo Life annual events. Played on the Hawaii Polo Life team in the 2017 Colorado Open & the 2018 Denver Open.
  • Bio: The youngest son of legendary Carlos Gracida. Mariano is a brand Ambassador for Hawaii Polo Life and has competed and won multiple tournaments as well as earned various MVP standings. HPL Brand Ambassador since 2016.

Tatu Gomez Romero
  • Goals: 4
  • Played in Hawaii: 2019
  • Bio: Tatu is a third generation polo player from Argentina. He started his polo career at 18 years old and reached a 5-goal handicap in both America and Europe. He held that handicap for many years until 2019 when he was invited to run the Hawaii Polo Life operations on Oahu. “I am very glad to be both a player and manager of the amazing organization called Hawaii Polo Life.”

Carlitos Gracida

  • Goals: 4
  • Played in Hawaii: During the 2016 Hawaii International Polo Championships
  • Bio: The eldest son of legendary polo player, Carlos Gracida. Carlitos has taken the position as the head of the family and has most recently won the 2018 World Cup, 2018 Fall International against Brazil where he won MVP as well as best playing pony. In addition to polo he manages the Gracida Legacy wine brand he and his brother Mariano have launched.

Patrick Uretz
  • Goals: 4
  • Played in Hawaii: 2018 Hawaii Polo Life Spring Invitational
  • Bio: Born in Malibu, California Patrick was introduced to the sport by his parents and started playing at Eldorado, Empire, and Santa Barbara polo clubs in junior polo programs. Patrick has played polo in Argentina, Canada, China, Chile, Dominican Republic and England, as well as Australia. Patrick went to Westmont College.

Nicolas Escobar
  • Goals: 4
  • Played in Hawaii: Hawaii Polo Life welcomed Nico to Hawaii in June 2019.
  • Bio: Nicolas or “Nico” is originally from Wellington, Florida. His favorite field to play on is Field 2 of Palermo. His first trip to Hawaii was in 2019 where he played with his father and brother on the Dillingham Ranch Polo Field. He has won the America’s Cup and was also the MVP in the America’s cup.

Herman Luis De Coite

  • Goals: 3
  • Bio: A member of the USPA for four decades, Herman-Louis DeCoite got his start in polo in 1976 and has been teaching at Maui Polo Club in Makawao, Hawaii, since 1996. DeCoite serves on the Board of Directors for the Maui Polo Club and is also involved as an I/I coach, instructing youth competing in NYTS. His roots established in cowboy polo, DeCoite is also a paniolo, or certified Hawaiian cowboy.

Benjamin Avendadno

  • Goals: 3
  • Played with Hawaii: 2019 Patagones Invitational
  • Bio: Benjamin was born in Miami Florida in 1998, and grew up in both Miami and Argentina where he has been a dedicated polo player. He has played in Copa de Oro Ellerstina 2018, 12-Goal Tournaments at Grand Champions in Wellington, FL in 2019 and was a Joe Barry 2019 finalist. He was also a part of the winning 2019 GJ Racing team during the 2019 Brooke USA’s Sunset Polo & White Party held at the Wanderers Club in Wellington.

Julian Alvarez

  • Goals: 3
  • Bio: Julian is a professional polo player who is originally from Argentina. Julian, plays for Noh Foods Hawaii and his home club is the Hawaii Polo Club.

Kimo Huddleston

  • Goals: 3
  • Bio: Kimo began his polo career at a young age in Calgary, Canada, and has stuck with the sport ever since. He has played with two Royal Families, and held a 6-goal handicap for 10 years, which is quite impressive in the polo community. In Calgary, they’ve even named a polo tournament, the Kimo Cup, after him. He also participated in Hawaiian rodeos throughout his life, competing in double mugging steer roping, calf roping, and steer wrestling. His love for polo has been in Kimo Huddleston’s island blood since the age of 12.

Rob Joyrnayvaz

  • Goals: 2
  • Bio: Rob has spent time with horses his entire life. He initially began his equestrian career as a jumper and then crossed over to polo which wasn’t surprising since his father owns and operates J5 Equestrian and the Valiente polo team. Since the switch he has played with professional greats like Adolfo Cambiaso, Matias Zavaleta, Santi Torres and many others. His latest venture, Polo Fest, is quickly becoming the biggest polo/music festival in America.

Lucas Escobar
  • Goals: 1.5
  • Played in Hawaii: Hawaii Polo Life welcomed Lucas to Hawaii in June 2019.
  • Bio: Lucas or “Luke” was born in Wellington, Florida and is the younger brother of Nico, and son of Luis Escobar. His favorite field to play on is Field 1 of the International Polo Club. He first played in Hawaii in 2019 at the Dillingham Ranch Polo Field. Even at a young age he has won the Westchester Cup two years in a row and has played high goal polo such as the 22 Goal Gold Cup.
Nina Clarkin
  • Goals: 10
  • Played with Hawaii Polo Life: US Women’s Open 2019 Hawaii Polo Life Team.
  • Bio: Nina is ranked at the highest goal rating of 10 and is the number one female polo player in the world. She has been playing polo since she was 6-years old and spends her time between England and New Zealand. She is the only female in the world to have won the British Open Gold in 2003.

Mia Cambiaso

  • Goals: 6
  • Played with Hawaii Polo Life: US Women’s Open 2019 Hawaii Polo Life Team.
  • Bio: Mia Cambiaso is the daughter of the number one polo player in the world, Adoflo Cambiaso. Born in Argentina, her passion lies in polo and horses and follows a strict daily training regiment organized by her father. As the daughter of a polo legend, this allows Mia to travel the world and play polo. Mia currently owns 6 horses.

Pamela Flanagan
  • Goals: 3
  • Bio: Pamela started playing polo while in high school at Culver Academies. From there she went on to SMU where she was one of the founding members of the SMU Polo Team. After graduating from SMU, Pam continued her involvement with the polo team while attending the SMU Dedman School of Law. She is now an attorney based in Chicago, IL. Pamela is a rescue horse advocate and rescues and rehabilitates slaughter bound horses to become Polo Ponies. Her first rescue, Stella played in this years Women’s US Open where Pamela and the Hawaii Polo life Team took the victory.

Chloe Carabasi
  • Goals: 3
  • Bio: Chloe is currently a Hawaii Polo Life ambassador and can be seen in the 2019 product campaigns. Chloe currently lives in Los Angeles, where she plays and practices polo at Will Roger’s Polo Field. Not only is Chloe an active polo player and equestrian, she is also an actress and has been cast in numerous roles since 2015.

Grace Mudra
  • Goals: 0
  • Bio: Grace, born and raised in Texas, aside from summers in Naperville, began riding horses before she could walk. She started playing polo when she was old enough to hold a mallet. The sport of polo runs thick in her blood as her mother Pam is the executive director of Chicago Polo and her father, Billy is a professional polo player.

Tiare Paty
  • Goals: A
  • Bio: Born in Waialua, Oahu Tiare has been playing with Hawaii Polo Life for 19 years. In addition to playing polo, Tiare is tasked with managing the polo farm and all of the horse operations for Hawaii Polo Life. She is the leading female in Hawaii for everything equestrian and polo. Her high standards and discipline in care, grooming, training and technical skills are not easily matched. Her daily life is dedicated to the happiness and safety of her horses and riders. Tiare has played extensively both in Hawaii and New Zealand. She grew up around horses riding in the Pony Club and started training polo horses at the Honolulu Polo Club in her early twenties.

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