Vueve Clicquot Casa de Campo Polo

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Now that the Casa de Campo polo season has officially come to a close, we thought we’d bring you the last bit of coverage of the arguably legendary #CasaLifePolo celebration… yes that’s right – the Casa de Campo Copa Semana Santa Polo Tournament.  First of all here’s the event video!
YouTube video
And secondly in case any of you out there were either a) unable to attend or b) haven’t seen any of our prior coverage. Here’s a quick rundown of this occasion to help you understand just how awesome it was.

It started with brunch, pizza and live music with Chantal de Pino

Chantal de Pino Casa de Campo Polo

 There was also pony rides for the little ones

Pony Rides Casa de Campo Polo

… And a red carpet for everyone to strut on!

Casa de Campo Polo

The action started with the first match between AZIMUT and ZATARA

Casa de Campo Polo

… And continued with the Paso Fino (pretty prancing ponies) of ADOPASO

Casa de Campo Polo Paso Fino ADOPASO

Everyone loved the Veuve Clicquot Experience

Vueve Clicquot Casa de Campo Polo [For more photos of the Veuve Clicquot Experience and 10 reasons why we loved it click here!]

… And really loved the divot stomping!

Vueve Clicquot Casa de Campo Polo

La Carbuccia vs. Lechuza CTE was some of the best polo ever seen

Casa de Campo Polo Lechuza

… And it all ended in victory for Lechuza CTE

Casa de Campo Polo Lechuza [Above photography by William Petrongari.] Above all else, we SILGON, creators of CasaLife Magazine (as well as many other fine media products), would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who believed in our vision for polo, and who enabled us to elevate polo in the Dominican Republic to new heights of excellence. Thank you to our sponsors; Casa de Campo Resort, Casa de Campo Polo Club, Costasur Dominicana, Central Romana, Veuve Clicquot (Vinos SA), Infiniti (Santo Domingo Motors), Stella Artois (Cerveceria Nacional Dominicana), AZUL (Banco Popular), AZIMUT (IBI Yachts), Casa de Campo Real Estate and Caceres y Asociados. OK so now you know what it was all about, here we bring you even more pics of all the fun! Enjoy friends!  [Photos in the above gallery by William Petrongari and Roger Ramirez.]