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2009 Miami Beach Polo World Cup

The 2009 Miami Beach Polo World Cup was played at Florida's Miami Beach, as a World Polo Tour Cup event, May 1–3, 2009.

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Participating teams

Team Player 1 Player 2 Player 3
Audi Flag of Argentina Juan Bollini Flag of the United States Brandon Phillips Flag of the United States Melissa Ganzi
Black Watch/Nespresso Flag of the United States Michael Liss Flag of Argentina Ignacio Figueras Flag of the United States Kris Kampsen
The Setai Flag of the United States Marc Ganzi Flag of the United States Joey Casey Flag of the United States Charlie Muldoon
Bombay Sapphire Flag of the United States Lance Vetter Flag of the United States John Gobin Flag of Costa Rica Luis Escobar
Comcast/China Grill Management Flag of the United States Doug Barnes Flag of the United States Dominic State Flag of the United States Vincent Mesker
The Villages Flag of Mexico Carlos Gracida Flag of the United States Jim Parr Flag of the United States Stuart Campbell

Results

Day 1

Miami Beach Polo World Cup V Scores, May 1, 2009 Day 1 of 3

Game 1: Black Watch/Nespresso 13; Comcast/China Grill Management 4

Game 2: Bombay Sapphire 6; Audi 4

Game 3: The Villages 10; The Setai 9

Day 2

Miami Beach Polo World Cup V Scores, May 2, 2009 Day 2 of 3

Game 4: Black Watch/Nespresso 11; The Setai 6

Game 5: Bombay Sapphire 11; Comcast/China Grill Management 3

Game 6: Audi 8; The Villages 6

Day 3

Miami Beach Polo World Cup V Scores, May 3, 2009 Day 3 of 3

Game 7: The Villages 8; Comcast/China Grill Management 3

Game 8: Audi 6; The Setai 4

Game 9: Bombay Sapphire 6; Black Watch/Nespresso 5

Most Valuable Player: John Gobin

Best Playing Pony: Reina, 12-year-old Chestnut mare owned by John and Kathleen Gobin, played by John Gobin.

Champions: Bombay Sapphire.

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