S4K Polo is anchored by Argentine pro Nico Maciel (3) playing the 4 while Canadian Jay Garnett (-.5) plays the 2.
2018 Team Mates
Indio; Robert Paine (3), Jimmy Wright (3), Kiki Hiller (-1), and Suki Forbes (-1). Vancouver; Paul Sullivan (-1), Dean Medwid (-.5), Drew Rees (-1), and Paige Sullivan (-2)
In 2018, S4K polo reached the 4 goal finals at Eldorado Polo Club's Fish Creek Cup and Empire Polo Club's Lion's Cup. The Pacific North West summer season saw S4K polo go undefeated, winning The Pacific Polo Cup in Vancouver, The Duncan Innes Memorial at the Okanogan Polo Cup, The Vancouver Polo Club's West Coast Classic, and The Lieutenant Governor's Polo Cup at the Victoria Polo Club.
S4K polo is honored to have lead sponsor
Animus Capital Partners
The Animus brand will adorn the S4K Polo gear with pride for the next few seasons. Apparel sponsor Asmar Equestrian ensures we are ready for the podium.
Proud contributing sponsors include;
Eldorado Polo Club Pro Pool
After a five team single elimination weekend, we reached the podium with finals 5-4 shoot out victory over Urban Dog Polo
Eldorado Fish Creek Cup
S4K Polo will be playing in the 4 goal Fish Creek Cup at Eldorado Polo Club in Indio, CA
Empire Lions Cup
S4K polo will be hoping for a return to the finals in the Empire Polo Lions Cup event in Indio, CA
more information at www.vancouvergranprix.com
More information and Tickets at www.pacificpolocup.com
The S4K team and players will be involved in many matches through out the Pacific North West this summer., check www.vancouverpolo.com for updates
Polo is one of the world's oldest known team sports, and is known as the sport of Kings. Polo is popular around the world and is played professionally in 16 countries, polo was an Olympic Sports from 1900-1936.
The playing field is 10 acres!
At 300 by 160 yards (270 by 150 m) 1 polo field is approximately the size of 6 soccer or 9 football fields. The goal posts are 8 yards apart and centered at each end of the field.
Polo is the only professional sprot were men and women can play on the same team. The handicap system in polo ranks each player on the field and the team has an aggregate ranking. We all begin at a -2 ranking and improve from there, while above +2 is considered professional. +10 is the highest rank available, currently there are only 8 players in the world with this rank.