Gracidas Open Joe Barry Memorial Cup With Win

Carlos Gracida and Memo Gracida played together on winning US Open seven times, and have racked up endless trophies together over the years together. Their opening play of the season in the Herbie Pennell Cup was panned as a poor imitation of what was expected of the former 10-goalers, but their performance today in the […]

Memo Gracida Returns to International Polo Club Palm Beach

By: Sharon Robb WELLINGTON, FL — Polo has been a Gracida family tradition for decades. Memo Gracida’s father and three of his uncles won the U.S. Open in 1946. Memo’s brother Carlos, son Julio and cousin Ruben are all U.S. Open champions. But none of the Gracidas or, for that matter, anyone in the history […]

Polo Times: “Memo Gracida Returns to High Goal in USA”

After taking a break from polo in 2007, and only playing sporadically since then, Guillermo “Memo” Gracida is making a comeback in the US. Gracida, who turns 55 this year, is playing for Patagones this season at International Polo Club Palm Beach (IPC). Gracida played for Patagones in the Julio Novillo Astrada Cup at La […]

Daily Sun: “Team Mexico Wins 2009 Camacho Cup”

By Larry Woodward Daily Sun, March 14, 2009 THE VILLAGES – For five chukkers and most of another, the players of Team USA and Team Mexico raced back and forth in the Camacho Cup at The Villages Polo Club on Friday afternoon. But with just 34 seconds remaining, the match was over. Memo Gracida galloped […]

Polo Player’s Edition: “An Oasis of Polo”

By: Mark Miller Eldorado Polo Club, the largest club in the country, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The club, in the California desert at Indio, California, has a rich history and a vibrant present-day status in American polo. The club has 200 members and 10 playing fields. Even 10 fields aren’t enough, though, as […]