In the two quarterfinal matches Sunday in the 112th U.S. Open Polo Championship®, Audi defeated defending champion Valiente
Audi and White Birch Advance toU.S. Open Semifinals
Tomas Garcia del Rio and Gonzalo Pieres. Photo: David Lominska/Polographics.com
WELLINGTON, Fla. - April 18, 2016 - In the two quarterfinal matches Sunday in the 112th U.S. Open Polo Championship®, Audi defeated defending champion Valiente 13-6, and White Birch snatched a 13-12 win over Lucchese at the International Polo Cup Palm Beach (IPC). The victors advance to the semifinals, with Audi opposing Dubai and White Birch facing Orchard Hill.
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