By Mark Piaget, the ambassador of Piaget. The Piaget polo team led by Marcos Heguy successfully reached the semifinals of the British Polo Open and competed with other teams for the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup on the Cowdray Park polo field. The Earl PIAGET polo team won a glorious record in the Queen’s Cup Polo Tournament in June and stood out from the 14 participating teams. Never lost, for a team that hasn’t been established yet, the results are quite good.
The PIAGET polo team was established in 2008. The Earl of PIAGET cooperated with the Pilara Polo Polo Club of Argentina. Aikui served as captain and played in the Triple Crown in Argentina in 2009. Earl PIAGET is also special for Marcos. Aikui created a Piaget Polo FortyFive limited edition model, using a blue-faced sub dial and large second hand, with the words ’10 Handicap’ engraved at ten o’clock, and the transparent mirror on the case back did not forget to add the handwriting of Marcos Heguy. signature.
This time the Earl PIAGET polo team made another expedition. In the semifinals of the Queen’s Cup Polo, Aikui and his brother Bautista Heguy and rival Enigma were in a tough fight, although The opponent hung in the end and finally drank hatred with a 9-11 score, but already snatched tickets for the Triumph Champagne Gold Cup. The British Polo Open is played by top teams from more than ten countries. This match is ranked as one of the most important polo matches in the world with the Argentina Open and the US Open.