In 1961 the sons of Don Manuel Bourdieu, owner of what was then called "Estancia San José" located no more than a league from the town Salvador María, began to cut down a paddock that gradually became the first polo field. They played there for three years, but there were many enthusiasts who came to participate such as their cousins from "El Carmen" who in turn brought their friends and family. Neighboring farms such as "La Alborada", "El Amparo" and "Los Cardales" amongst others, also contributed with their equipment, and the idea of founding a polo club was outlined.
BP Polo Malaysia
Ubicado En Salvador Maria, Lobos
Provincia de Buenos Aires
- POLO RIDER CUP