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Melissa Ganzi A Goal United States Melissa Ganzi: Has been involved in every aspect of polo including the USPA, Polo Training Foundation, Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame and horse breeding. She is the first woman ever to win the Monty Waterbury Cup and to compete in the St. Moritz Snow Polo Tournament in 2016. The USPA Florida Circuit Governor  has won several tournaments including the Ylvisaker Cup. Recently won the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships with Aspen Valley Polo Club for second consecutive year.

Melissa Ganzi
A Goal
United States

Melissa Ganzi: Has been involved in every aspect of polo including the USPA, Polo Training Foundation, Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame and horse breeding. She is the first woman ever to win the Monty Waterbury Cup and to compete in the St. Moritz Snow Polo Tournament in 2016. The USPA Florida Circuit Governor  has won several tournaments including the Ylvisaker Cup. Recently won the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships with Aspen Valley Polo Club for second consecutive year.

Jason Crowder 6 Goal United States Jason Crowder: The California-based player is coming off one of his most successful summer and fall seasons, winning the USPA National 20-Goal and USPA North American Cup. He won the Pacific Coast Open with Restoration Hardware and was named MVP of the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships.

Jason Crowder
6 Goal
United States

Jason Crowder: The California-based player is coming off one of his most successful summer and fall seasons, winning the USPA National 20-Goal and USPA North American Cup. He won the Pacific Coast Open with Restoration Hardware and was named MVP of the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships.

Jesse Bray 5 Goal American Jesse Bray, Indio, Calif.: Born in New Zealand and based in Santa Barbara, Calif., the Team USPA member is making his snow polo debut. Was a member of the U.S. team that lost to Chile, 12-11, in overtime in the final of the FIP World Polo Championship. Has won several tournaments and MVP honors including the $50,000 National 12-Goal and at Grand Champions. Won the prestigious USPA Equus & Co. Award which honors the Team USPA player who best exemplifies the program’s principles and Willis Allen Award, which recognizes top all-around players under 25.

Jesse Bray
5 Goal
American

Jesse Bray, Indio, Calif.: Born in New Zealand and based in Santa Barbara, Calif., the Team USPA member is making his snow polo debut. Was a member of the U.S. team that lost to Chile, 12-11, in overtime in the final of the FIP World Polo Championship. Has won several tournaments and MVP honors including the $50,000 National 12-Goal and at Grand Champions. Won the prestigious USPA Equus & Co. Award which honors the Team USPA player who best exemplifies the program’s principles and Willis Allen Award, which recognizes top all-around players under 25.


Audi

Marc Ganzi 2 Goal United States Marc Ganzi: The co-owner of the Aspen Valley Polo Club is one of the world’s top-ranked amateur players and most successful patrons with his longtime Audi pro team. Has won every major tournament including the 2009 U.S. Open and represented the U.S. in international tournaments including the coveted Westchester Cup. Ganzi has been a member of Team USA’s five consecutive International Cup undefeated teams.

Marc Ganzi
2 Goal
United States

Marc Ganzi: The co-owner of the Aspen Valley Polo Club is one of the world’s top-ranked amateur players and most successful patrons with his longtime Audi pro team. Has won every major tournament including the 2009 U.S. Open and represented the U.S. in international tournaments including the coveted Westchester Cup. Ganzi has been a member of Team USA’s five consecutive International Cup undefeated teams.

Grant Ganzi 2 Goal United States Grant Ganzi: At 18, Ganzi is the youngest player in the snow polo tournament. He is a two-time USPA National Youth Tournament Series champion. He was a member of last year’s U.S. Polo Assn. world snow polo champion. Playing for Casablanca, he became the third generation Ganzi to win the coveted USPA North American Cup which his grandfather and father also won. He recently made his international debut for Team USA in its win over Canada in the Royal Polo Match and Uruguay in the International Cup. 

Grant Ganzi
2 Goal
United States

Grant Ganzi: At 18, Ganzi is the youngest player in the snow polo tournament. He is a two-time USPA National Youth Tournament Series champion. He was a member of last year’s U.S. Polo Assn. world snow polo champion. Playing for Casablanca, he became the third generation Ganzi to win the coveted USPA North American Cup which his grandfather and father also won. He recently made his international debut for Team USA in its win over Canada in the Royal Polo Match and Uruguay in the International Cup. 

Juancito Bollini 3 Goal United States Juancito Bollini: The oldest son of Argentine former 8-goaler Juan Bollini, is a rising young star in the sport. He is a two-time USPA National Youth Tournament Series national champion. The Florida Atlantic University student was MVP in the 2014 NYTS championship. He has played in several high goal tournaments including the 26-goal USPA Piaget Gold Cup where he filled in for an injured Marc Ganzi at age 16 and was a member of the winning Audi team in the 2015 East Coast Open in Greenwich and was a member of last year’s U.S. Polo Assn. winning world snow polo championship team.


Juancito Bollini
3 Goal
United States

Juancito Bollini: The oldest son of Argentine former 8-goaler Juan Bollini, is a rising young star in the sport. He is a two-time USPA National Youth Tournament Series national champion. The Florida Atlantic University student was MVP in the 2014 NYTS championship. He has played in several high goal tournaments including the 26-goal USPA Piaget Gold Cup where he filled in for an injured Marc Ganzi at age 16 and was a member of the winning Audi team in the 2015 East Coast Open in Greenwich and was a member of last year’s U.S. Polo Assn. winning world snow polo championship team.

Nic Roldan 9 Goal United States Nic Roldan: The youngest player ever to win the U.S. Open at age 15 in 1998 with Escue. The third generation polo player is one of America’s top players and is coming off a successful seasons in England and Wellington including helping Team USA win its fifth consecutive International Cup. He also serves as one of polo’s ambassadors around the world at various charity events.

Nic Roldan
9 Goal
United States

Nic Roldan: The youngest player ever to win the U.S. Open at age 15 in 1998 with Escue. The third generation polo player is one of America’s top players and is coming off a successful seasons in England and Wellington including helping Team USA win its fifth consecutive International Cup. He also serves as one of polo’s ambassadors around the world at various charity events.


St.Regis

Nacho Figueras 6 Goal Argentina Nacho Figueras, the captain of the St. Regis team, is a 6-goal player and is hosting the World Snow Polo Championships in Aspen with Marc and Melissa Ganzi. Figueras began playing polo at the age of 9, turning pro at 17. He currently plays for and is captain of Black Watch. Figueras is one of the sport's most popular and well-recognized players in the world. Figueras uses his celebrity status to work tirelessly to erase the sport's elitist image.

Nacho Figueras
6 Goal
Argentina

Nacho Figueras, the captain of the St. Regis team, is a 6-goal player and is hosting the World Snow Polo Championships in Aspen with Marc and Melissa Ganzi. Figueras began playing polo at the age of 9, turning pro at 17. He currently plays for and is captain of Black Watch. Figueras is one of the sport's most popular and well-recognized players in the world. Figueras uses his celebrity status to work tirelessly to erase the sport's elitist image.

Bernie Uechtritz 1 Goal United States Bernie Uechtritz is the founder of www.icon.global, a lifestyle company incorporating International Iconic Real Estate and Polo. Born in Australia, Uechtritz is a 1-goal player. In 2016 Uechtritz’s team won Australia’s Brisbane Ferraris -“Polo by the Sea.” He has also competed in Chicago, the “Sentebale,” Santa Barbra, and Dallas. In last year’s snow polo event, Uechtritz played for the ChukkerTV team. He returns to the 2016 World Snow Polo Championships playing for the St Regis Polo Team Captained by Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras.

Bernie Uechtritz
1 Goal
United States

Bernie Uechtritz is the founder of www.icon.global, a lifestyle company incorporating International Iconic Real Estate and Polo. Born in Australia, Uechtritz is a 1-goal player. In 2016 Uechtritz’s team won Australia’s Brisbane Ferraris -“Polo by the Sea.” He has also competed in Chicago, the “Sentebale,” Santa Barbra, and Dallas. In last year’s snow polo event, Uechtritz played for the ChukkerTV team. He returns to the 2016 World Snow Polo Championships playing for the St Regis Polo Team Captained by Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras.

Carlitos Gracida 5 Goal United States Carlitos Gracida, a 5-goal player, is a fourth generation polo player. He began playing at age 5 and alongside Nic Roldan, is one of the youngest players to have played in the U.S. Open at the age of 15. He placed third in the World Cup representing Mexico and has won the 16-goal at Grand Champions Polo Club. Gracida, recently competed at the Hawaii International Polo Championships. He played alongside Uechtritz on the ChukkerTV team last year and returns to Aspen playing for St. Regis Polo Team. 

Carlitos Gracida
5 Goal
United States


Carlitos Gracida, a 5-goal player, is a fourth generation polo player. He began playing at age 5 and alongside Nic Roldan, is one of the youngest players to have played in the U.S. Open at the age of 15. He placed third in the World Cup representing Mexico and has won the 16-goal at Grand Champions Polo Club. Gracida, recently competed at the Hawaii International Polo Championships. He played alongside Uechtritz on the ChukkerTV team last year and returns to Aspen playing for St. Regis Polo Team. 


U.S. Polo Assn.

Ricky Cooper 0 Goal Wales Ricky Cooper is captain of the Wales Polo Team. Cooper holds numerous championship wins and has competed in over 15 international games. He has led the Welsh team in games such as the Glanusk International and to the final of the British Beach Polo Championships last summer. 

Ricky Cooper
0 Goal
Wales

Ricky Cooper is captain of the Wales Polo Team. Cooper holds numerous championship wins and has competed in over 15 international games. He has led the Welsh team in games such as the Glanusk International and to the final of the British Beach Polo Championships last summer. 

Bash Kazi 1 Goal Pakistan Bash Kazi is the President and CEP of Kazi Investment Group, LLC, “KIG.” He is a 1-goal player, competing at Grand Champions during the fall and winter season. Last year, Kazi played for One Sandy Lane alongside Brandon Phillips and Martin Estrada. During this year’s World Snow Polo Championship, he competes for U.S. Polo Assn. with Ricky Cooper and Tommy Biddle.

Bash Kazi
1 Goal
Pakistan

Bash Kazi is the President and CEP of Kazi Investment Group, LLC, “KIG.” He is a 1-goal player, competing at Grand Champions during the fall and winter season. Last year, Kazi played for One Sandy Lane alongside Brandon Phillips and Martin Estrada. During this year’s World Snow Polo Championship, he competes for U.S. Polo Assn. with Ricky Cooper and Tommy Biddle.

Tommy Biddle 10 Goal United States Tommy Biddle has the maximum handicap for arena polo and has won many national and international tournaments. He started playing at Gulfstream Polo Club at age 8 and became a professional at age 18. He is currently a player-in-residence at Greenwich Polo Club. Biddle has played in Argentina, China, England, Canada, Chile and Australia. In 2002, he won the U.S. Open Polo Championship and has also won the Centennial Cup and the Monty Waterbury Cup. In 2015, he led Team USA to an win against England in the USPA Townsend International Challenge Cup. 

Tommy Biddle
10 Goal
United States

Tommy Biddle has the maximum handicap for arena polo and has won many national and international tournaments. He started playing at Gulfstream Polo Club at age 8 and became a professional at age 18. He is currently a player-in-residence at Greenwich Polo Club. Biddle has played in Argentina, China, England, Canada, Chile and Australia. In 2002, he won the U.S. Open Polo Championship and has also won the Centennial Cup and the Monty Waterbury Cup. In 2015, he led Team USA to an win against England in the USPA Townsend International Challenge Cup.