Polo En Old

There are countries where Polo is more than just a sport; it’s a philosophy. One of these countries is undoubtedly Argentina, with its vast expanses and wide-open spaces – perfect for this sport. Its horses, ideally suited for the game, and a passion that has grown over the years, since the British brought Polo to these latitudes in the late 1800s.

Today, this passion and tradition resonate in Italy, just a few kilometers from Milan, from May 26th to 28th, with the second edition of the El Porteño Trophy – Mimosa Polo Club. This event is organized and promoted by Dorrego Company and is the brainchild of Fabio Acampora and Sebastian Bernardez, owners, along with Alejandro Bernardez, of the El Porteno restaurants in Milan and Rome.

The three-day event, featuring matches, happenings, dinners, and lots of fun, will take place at Mimosa Polo Club, located at Via Arluno, 66, in Pogliano Milanese, on the northwestern outskirts of Milan. Here, enthusiasts of this captivating discipline and those who may want to experience its charm and understand its elegance and epic nature, perhaps for the first time, will come together around the vast playing field (as large as three soccer fields combined) for a unique and not-to-be-missed event.