Piaget World Snow Polo Championship Debuts in Aspen

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Considered to be one of the world’s most glamorous winter destinations, Aspen was the setting for the Piaget World Snow Polo Championship, held on the snow-packed field of Wagner Park. Top-ranked Argentine polo players Facundo Pieres and Gonzalito Pieres of the Piaget Ellerstina Polo team, and polo’s most famous face, Nacho Figueras, joined America’s top-ranked player, Nic Roldan, along with hosts and co-founders of the Aspen Valley Polo Club, Marc and Melissa Ganzi and Larry Boland, President of Piaget North America, to host the round robin tournament. Piaget was also the official timekeeper of the tournament.

Following the match, Larry Boland presented the special silver and horn trophy to the winning St. Regis team. “We are proud to be presenting the Piaget World Snow Polo Championship here in Aspen and thrilled to have both Gonzalito and Facundo Pieres with us.  It was an exciting day of polo in one of the most picturesque settings in America,” stated Boland.

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