It's time for St. Moritz Polo
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It's time for St. Moritz Polo

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Every year the tournament is realized in St. Moritz Polo, this tournament which is played by the most accredited teams. This year the tournament polo took place from 24 to 27 January 2013, having been disputed between the teams, Cartier, who got the 1st place, BMW 2nd, Ralph Lauren 3rd and Sal. Oppenheim obtained the 4th place.

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