The United States Polo Association (USPA) has announced the upcoming schedule for the 2023 Gauntlet of Polo. The tournament will be held for the first time at the newly-minted USPA National Polo Center–Wellington (NPC).
The schedule will feature a wide variety of events ranging from the 12- to 22-goal level. This guarantees a thrilling inaugural season at NPC packed with quality polo and unforgettable memories.
Returning for its fifth consecutive year, the 2023 Gauntlet of Polo will serve as the premier spectacle of the season—showcasing the highest level of the sport in America. The three-part series will begin on February 12 to 26 with the C.V. Whitney Cup.
It will then continue with the USPA Gold Cup from March 1 to 26. The Gauntlet of Polo will conclude with the U.S. Open Polo Championship, happening from March 29 to April 23. Any team that wins all three tournaments will be crowned the Gauntlet Champion.
Another marquee event, the U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship, will make waves at NPC, bringing together the world’s most talented female players. The tournament will run from March 9 to 19, with the final taking place on US Polo Assn. Field One on the last day. NPC will also welcome high-level youth polo with the USPA Junior Open Final, which will take place on February 19.
In 2023, select tournaments will be livestreamed on uspolo.org and via social media platforms. An official schedule will be released later in 2022.