“The pole in Italy is growing”

Milan – “Polo in Italy is attracting more and more public interest thanks to the work done among boys with the polo pony and thanks to the results of our national teams inspiring new generations.” Words and music by Stefano Giansanti, captain of the Italian polo team, yesterday at Pitti Immagine Uomo in Fortezza da Basso in Florence to present the Men’s and Women’s Spring Summer 2023 Collection by US Polo Assn. , the official trademark of the US Polo Assn. (USPA). The exception to the event was the beautiful Melissa Satta. “Polo in Italy is going through an important period of development – continued Giansante – also thanks to the projects carried out by the Polo Department of the Italian Equestrian Sports Federation which, in recent years, has focused a lot on promoting the Polo Arena with special attention to the Polo Pony, intended for very young players Between the ages of 6 and 14. Achievement of the Italia Polo Challenge Circuit Championships organized in collaboration with Fise and with the participation of the US Polo Assn. Who enthusiastically embraced the project from the start, ensured pole vision and attention from the means of communication that are fundamental to the development of the discipline.” Also present at the event were President and CEO of Uspa Global Licensing, J. Michael Prince, CEO of Incom, Lorenzo Nincini and Coordinator of the Polo Division of Fise (Italian Federation of Equestrian Sports), Alessandro Giacchetti. With them are the partners of US Polo Assn. In Italy: Incom, Bonis, East Lab and Eurotrade.

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