November 10 -15

Texas Women's Open

The Texas Women's Open will be livestreamed on November 12 & 15 on Global Polo TV.

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All games reported in ET.

Please Note: The opening day of the Texas Women's Open will not be livestreamed.

Texas Women's Open

Tournament History

The Houston Polo Club and Luxury Event Trailers are proud to host and sponsor the 2020 Houston Women's Polo Championship. Players from the United States and across the globe will descend on Houston for one of the most prestigious women's tournaments in the United States. This will be the twenty-sixth consecutive year that the Houston Polo Club has hosted a prominent women's tournament.

The Texas Women's Open, a 16- to 20-goal tournament will feature four teams battling for the title, including defending champions Polo Gear (now representing a new facet of their sponsor and called Polo Gear Coffee Company) with two members of the 2019 winning team. Joining them are BTA, Iconica and Lockton. Notably, this year all but one competitor hails from the United States, boasting an unprecedented American competition. Among this year's competition is Team USPA Member and U.S. Polo Assn. Global Brand Ambassador Hope Arellano (Iconica) along with Team USPA alumnae Tiamo Hudspeth (Lockton) and Kylie Sheehan (Iconica).

Photo: 2019 Texas Women's Open Champions: Polo Gear - Meghan Gracida, Dawn Jones, Lottie Lamacraft, Tiffany Busch, presented by Anne Carl of Luxury Event Trailers and USPA Governor-at-Large Steve Armour, pictured with Memo Gracida. ©Kaylee Wroe

Tournament Format

Three day tournament with four teams. Teams will draw for who they play first round, then the (1,0) teams will play the (0,1) teams for the second round, best records go to the finals. If two teams have tied records and have played each other, then the tie is broken by who beat who. If all four teams have tied records, then the tie is broken by a shootout. One player from each team will shoot a Penalty 3. If teams are still tied after the first round, it will go to a sudden death Penalty 4 round.

Texas Women's Open

Teams and Rosters

Bracket I

Bracket II

Bracket III

Bracket IV

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Iconica (3-0)

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Madison Outhier
Women's Outdoor: 2
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Maureen Brennan
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Hope Arellano
Outdoor: 7
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Kylie Sheehan
Women's Outdoor: 5

Polo Gear Coffee Company (2-1)

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Dawn Jones
Women's Outdoor: 6
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Danielle Lussi
Women's Outdoor: 2
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Tiffany Busch
Women's Outdoor: 6
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Clarissa Echezarreta
Women's Outdoor: 6

BTA (0-2)

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Chrys Beal
Women's Outdoor: 2
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KC Krueger
Women's Outdoor: 6
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Isabelle (Izzy) Parsons
Outdoor: 8
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Sheila Lequerica
Women's Outdoor: 4

Lockton (0-2)

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Cecelia Cochran
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Tiamo Hudspeth
Women's Outdoor: 5
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Kendall Plank
Women's Outdoor: 4
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Erica Gandomcar-Sachs
Women's Outdoor: 5

Texas Women's Open

Tournament Games

Tuesday, Nov 10, 2020

November 10

Final

TEXAS WOMEN'S OPEN

Houston Polo Club

BTA logo

BTA (0-2)

4

Iconica logo

Iconica (3-0)

5.5

November 10

Final

TEXAS WOMEN'S OPEN

Houston Polo Club

Polo Gear Coffee Company logo

Polo Gear Coffee Company (2-1)

4

Lockton logo

Lockton (0-2)

3.5

Thursday, Nov 12, 2020

November 12

Final

TEXAS WOMEN'S OPEN

Houston Polo Club

Polo Gear Coffee Company logo

Polo Gear Coffee Company (2-1)

6

BTA logo

BTA (0-2)

5

November 12

Final

TEXAS WOMEN'S OPEN

Houston Polo Club

Lockton logo

Lockton (0-2)

3

Iconica logo

Iconica (3-0)

5

Sunday, Nov 15, 2020

November 15

Final

TEXAS WOMEN'S OPEN

Houston Polo Club

Polo Gear Coffee Company logo

Polo Gear Coffee Company (2-1)

2

Iconica logo

Iconica (3-0)

3.5

Texas Women's Open

The Venue

A mere few minutes from downtown Houston, Texas, you will find the Houston Polo Club (HPC) located on 26 manicured acres. Established in 1928, HPC is one of Texas’ oldest clubs, comprised of the Bayou Club’s original fields and stables, as well as a tack shop, stick-and-ball field, hitting cage and covered arena. In addition, HPC has three fields in Brookshire, Texas, and access to over 18 other fields through private ranches. The club has proven to be a mainstay in American polo since its inception and has hosted and produced its fair share of notable professional players over nearly a century.

HPC has been providing the Southwestern Circuit with not only world-class polo, but the opportunity to learn and progress as an individual player. Houston’s league structure is considered to be one of the best in the country, and can accommodate any skill level. The polo school is run by 2-goaler and USPA Certified Polo Instructor Mark Prinsloo. The Houston Polo School offers an eight-week instructional course in both the spring and fall seasons that strives to nurture players as they develop their skills. Upon graduation from the polo school, players join the Margarita League. The next level in the nationally recognized Step Up Program is the 2-Goal League, followed by the Club League, an intermediate level in which players hire their own polo professional. Once graduated from the Club League, players have opportunities to participate in USPA sanctioned and national tournaments, as well as many tournaments held by the club.

Polo is played almost year-round with the club offering a fall and spring season, followed by summer leagues, winter arena and interscholastic polo. During the fall, HPC hosts numerous USPA tournaments including the Keleen & Carlton Beal Cup, Texas Open, and H. Ben Taub Memorial and a week of women’s tournaments that culminates with the Women’s Texas Open and U.S. Open Women’s Handicap.


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Houston, TX 77024
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