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BlackWatch Polo Team

BlackWatch Polo Team

Association: NAPL
Nickname(s): BlackWatch
Coach: Daniel Gonzales
Captain: Nacho Figueras
Most Caps: Nacho Figueras
Top Scorer: Pablo Mac Donough
US Open Appearances: 4
US Open wins: None
Argentina Open Appearances: 1
Argentine Open Wins: Image:Med 3.png:none

The Black Watch Polo team has won numerous tournaments throughout the US. Entering competition at the high goal 26 level in 2004, Black Watch has enjoyed success by reaching the finals of the 2004 US Gold Cup, and the 2005 CV Whitney Cup. They were also successful in winning the 2007 Hall of Fame Cup.

Neil Hirsch, the team owner, is an American businessman and resides in Wellington, Florida. The team is currently sponsored by Ralph Lauren.



Named after renowed Scottish fighting regiment that served the British Crown for 266 years.

The Black Watch Polo team will be playing this year in the Argentina Triple Crown, Tortugas, Hurlingham and Palermo Open. Team will be formed by:

  • Bautista Heguy
  • Matias MacDonough
  • Francisco De Narvaez (Jun)


2004 2004 Mercedes Polo Challenge, Bridgehampton, New York Champions (won 12-10 v White Birch)
2007 2007 Hall of Fame Cup, Wellington, Florida, USA Champions' (won 12-10 v Palladyn Rally)
2012 2012 Summer Olympics, London, United Kingdom
2016 2016 Summer Olympics, undetermined

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