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History of Argentine OPEN

Argentine Open Championship

The Argentine Open Polo Championship, the highest world interclub competition was created in 1893 by The River Plate Polo Association (founded one year earlier). Between 1921 and 1922 he ruled the Federación Argentina de Polo and from the September 14, 1922 by the current Asociación Argentina de Polo, born then.

FIRST CHAMPION AND SUPPLEMENTARY ...
The first Argentine Open Championship took place in 1893, created by The River Plate Polo Association (founded 1892). In April, 12 teams played at the Hurlingham Club this maximum global competition. In the end, the home team won 4 to 1 Athetic Club Quilmes. But his name is engraved on the Cup Championship, in which only the names of other champions of the Argentine Open. Anyway, Hurley went to Canada de Gomez in October of that year and there they took over the maximum competition, defeating North Santa Fe by 1-0. As he wrote Francisco J. Balfour (also star of the match) in his memoirs, this "only goal" Hurlingham allowed awarded "first Cup Championship." That's how this goal came in the history of our pole for two reasons. The first to be devoted to the first champion
National Open, as contained in the glass and also because its author John Ravenscroft (injury freshman Hugo Scott Robson) won in extra chukker, then from 0 to 0 of regulation. That is, was the first golden goal in starting the Argentine Open.

THE CLAMPS, NATIONAL PRIDE
The Argentine was soon adapted to the pole, introduced in our country and ranchers in English and versions in April 1895, at the Hurlingham Club in qualifying for October in Cañada de Gómez, by the end of the contest and in October 1896 again at the Hurlingham Club, showed rapid progress and improvement to their teachers to win those two events the team's luggage, consisting of three laborers, riding on errand, brothers and Jose Sixto Martinez and Francisco Benitez, along with the administrator of stay, Frank E. English Kinchant, therefore, shortly after the birth of the contest, and three Argentines perpetuated their name in the Argentine Open. In 1901 he took over the team from San Carlos, Juan Carrizo and Roque Fredes.

Coronel Suárez, the more champions
The long list of teams that won the Argentine Open Championship is headed by the legendary Colonel Suarez, who holds 25 victories, followed Hurlingham Club with 15, North Santa Fe and clover with 8; Venado Tuerto with 7; the belfry and Indians Chapaleufú I with 6; The Dolfina and Ellerstina (defending champion) with 5, Indians 4 Chapaleufú II, The Casuals, Las Rosas, Santa Ynez, Santa Paula and Santa Ana with 3 and The Western Flasks and Camps with 2.
It also remind the groups that received only a title and counted in their ranks with great individuals, they are: Flores, La Victoria, San Carlos, Palomar, La Rinconada, Meadow Brook (the U.S. team, only foreigner to be awarded in 1932 ), Los Indios, Turtles, Penguins, Coronel Suárez II and La Aguada.
Besides the "Colonels" have a record streak of 11 wins. His arch rival, Santa Ana, cut off one of his successful spells in this more open world in 1971 by achieving their first Argentine Open.

CHAMPIONS native Argentina
In 1926 came the first conquest of the national title by a formation of four native Argentine players who were enrolled in the Hurlingham Martin Iron.
Francisco Ceballos were civilians (holder of the AAP in 1929, which created the National Championship Handicap Intercircuitos, who in 1938 took as the name Copa Argentina) and Ramon Videla Dorna and the military Justo J. Galarreta and Henry E. Padilla (member of the national team that won in 1924, the first four Olympic medals at the Games in Paris).

MULTIPLE CHAMPION JUANCARLITOS
Juan Carlos Harriott (h) leads, undoubtedly, the list of great players that caused the Argentine polo, having been formed into a figure of the most brilliant and representative over time and in any field and latitude, integrating famous champion of Coronel Suárez in 20 chances (for the first of her 50 years were completed in 2007 and the second a year later won Coronel Suárez-Indians). The late and unforgettable Horacio Antonio Heguy, who has under his belt having acted in Coronel Suárez input, along with Juancarlitos in 18 chances and one from the second chukker Celestino replacing Garros and the rest, like Juancarlitos in Coronel Suárez -Los Indios.

HANDICAP THE 10 CENTURY AND PARTY
The Americans created the handicap to match the capabilities of equipment in 1898, form the local Polo Association introduced since 1911. As early as 1913, Juan AE Traill creolized (Irish) and in 1915 Luis L. Lacey (Canadian) were the first to deserve the maximum individual valuation given this game, under 10 handicap the awards, prizes or credits to those who entered into the condition of teachers, riders unparalleled, incomparable strategists subtle and athletes. The climax was reached in 1974, when eight players achieved that coveted top and could be played in October 1975 in Palermo, for the first time in the history of world polo, a game with two teams of 40 goals. Until now, are 43 players who have achieved this distinction, while our country now has 10 polo with the valuation
maximal. In October 2009, first played in a final open area of the Hurlingham Club, two teams of 40 goals, Ellerstina and La Dolfina, pointing to another record in the field and later repeated at the end of the CAA in the same year.

The record for the "civilian" ANDRADA
The "Paisano" Manuel Andrada is the possessor of a very special record, having won six Argentine Open Championship, playing for five teams: Santa Paula (in 1930 and 1933), La Rinconada (1931), Turtles (1935), Indians (1938) and clover (1939).

ONLY FOREIGN CHAMPION QUARTET
The U.S. team of Meadow Brook, who visited us in 1932, left indelible memory as the first and only foreign training (Michael G. Phips, Winston FC Guest, Elmer J. and William H. Boeseke Post) who won the Argentine Open Championship in a memorable duel with our Santa Paula, champion in U.S. Open in 1931 and a year earlier, the Pacific Open. The polo players from the north country in these presentations were also the second version of the series for the Americas Cup (instituted this year by the then president of Argentina, General Agustín P. Justo) in bids outstanding with our selection in three intense matches, vibrant and moving, despite suffering from equine cough our horses from a few days before these meetings.

CHARLES GRACE FOREIGN winningest
Mexican Carlos Gracida is the foreign player more titles achieved in the Argentine Abierto.Triunfó with The Steeple in 1985 (in the semifinal and final played in May 1986 he replaced his compatriot Antonio Herrera), 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990 and with Ellerstina in 1994 team that won the Triple Crown. In 1982 his older brother William and he in 1988, achieved in our country's precious 10-goal handicap.

MULTIRRÉCORDS BROTHERS
Difficult and almost impossible to overcome, are all historical records and Horace S. Gonzalo twins Bautista and his brothers Mark, sons of Antonio Horacio Heguy. The Heguy raise and prepare most of the horses used in polo great deeds. The four together, they managed in 1991 become the first team of brothers to win the Argentine Open, a condition achieved by anyone so far and only equaled in 2003 by La Aguada of the Novillo Astrada. In that 1991, the AAP distinguished the four with a 10 handicap deserved something for their conjunction also entered the realm of surprising. To the "wise men" they had something up his sleeve, obtaining in 1992, 1993 and 1995 Argentine Open Championship, the highest world interclub tournament, showing very gallantly his team's 40-goal handicap as a whole. While in 2001 reached their final CAA Mariano Aguerre in place of the late Gonzalo Heguy.

RECORDS RECORD
The continuing exploits of our relevant polo players, take on a very special and unusual circumstances on November 18, 2006, to achieve two abutments No. 1, as Adolfo Cambiaso (h) and Agustin Merlos on the same day, overcome, effective waste , the world record with 17 and 18 goals respectively, the number of goals in a game and nothing less than the 113 ° confrontations Argentine Open Championship Movistar. Cambiaso had 17 goals in the face to Hurlingham, and a couple of hours later, Agustín Merlos again exceeded that primacy by pointing out 18 goals, given the strong alignment of Indians Chapaleufú II at the Open. "Adolfo," with 16 goals, was the only player who had achieved that feat world, which made ​​three times. On the first date of the 1992 Open, when Ellerstina defeated the Indians by 23-7, was repeated in the "Open" Argentina on November 14, 1998, again with Ellerstina, beating Turtle by 26-8, (year in which he managed, with 67, the most goals in the history of all the open tournaments) and December 16, 2002 with La Dolfina, when he beat Indians Chapaleufú II by 20-16, with the double feat have done in the very difficult end of the 109 th CAA.

THE FIRST GREAT CLASSIC
The famous confrontation between Clover and El Venado Tuerto served to delineate a golden decade. The clover, with Luis and Heriberto Duggan and Julio and Carlos Menditeguy pole was the creator of thought, the one in which the ability of the rider, the horse's speed and arm strength were the complement of mental work that ennobled the game with a symphony of subtle, relays, passing and flourish. Venado Tuerto, in return, revered mainly practical. Held the first, the ball did not reach the pole by the shortest route, but for the most delicate and subtle when the venadense obtained, was sufficient
two or three tacazos to nest between the posts, with fewer luxuries, with more coolness, with talent like John and Robert Cavanagh and Henry and John C. Alberdi that rivals forever. Venado Tuerto was a solidity and strength that he did imitate his style throughout the world. The Clover won championships in 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942 and 1943, in 1954, 1956 and 1960 did so with other formations. Meanwhile, Venado Tuerto the years won the 1944-in 1945 was not the war-1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950 and 1955. They eclipsed the rest of the Argentine players of that time. Four times they faced
Open in Palermo, the Clover did with the base of Menditeguy Carlos and his brother Julio, Nicolas Ruiz Guinazu, Eduardo Bullrich, Horacio Castilla, Theophilus Bordeu and Carlos de la Serna, who on several occasions they were joined by Aussie Bob Skene, 10 handicap and one of the gifted.
 

A GALLERY OF LUXURY ...

Ellerstina (2010)



CONTEST WINNERS WORLD MAX Interclub
HURLINGHAM 1893 (April Hurlingham): Francisco J. Balfour, Frank Furber, JC Tetley and Hugo Scott Robson. Won Cañada de Gómez classification.
HURLINGHAM 1893 (October in Cañada de Gómez): Francisco J. Balfour, Frank Furber, JC Tetley and Hugo Scott Robson. (John Ravenscroft).
1894 The Casuals (Hurlingham April): E. Follet Holt, R. Mark Smyth, Percy Talbot and FS Robinson. Won Cañada de Gómez classification.
1894 FLORES (October in Cañada de Gómez): J. Bennett, CL Bennett, T. Hugh Scott Robson Scout Robson.
BELTPACKS 1895 (April Hurlingham): José Martínez, Sixto Martinez, Frank E. Kinchant and Francisco Benitez. Won Cañada de Gómez classification.
The Casuals 1895 (October in Cañada de Gómez): E. Follet Holt, CJ Tetley, R. Scott Moncrieff and Percy Talbot.
1896 THE CLAMPS: José Martínez, Sixto Martinez, Frank C. Kinchant and Francisco Benitez.
HURLINGHAM 1897: M. Finlayson, Frank Furber, E. Follet Holt and Hugh Scott Robson.
The Casuals 1898: Frank B. Hinchliff, Eduardo Traill, Traill and Roberto W. Robinson FS.
HURLINGHAM 1899: Francisco J. Balfour, FJ Bennet, T. Scott Robson and Hugh Scott Robson.
1900 VICTORY: Magnus Fea, Frank E. Kinchant, J. Luard Bury and G. Hinchliff.
SAN CARLOS 1901: Kevin Peers, Percy Talbot, J. Carrizo and Roque Fredes.
HURLINGHAM 1902: Francisco J. Balfour, EC Robson, T. Scott Robson and B. Bedford.
HURLINGHAM 1903: Francisco J. Balfour, GEP Robson, T. Scott Robson and Hugh Scott Robson.
1904 NORTH SANTA FE: Joseph E. Traill, Eduardo Traill, Juan AE Traill and Roberto W. Traill.
HURLINGHAM 1905: EC Robson, T. Scott Robson, Hugh Scott Robson and B. Bedford.
1906 NORTH SANTA FE: Joseph E. TraiII, Juan AE Traill, Robert W. Traill and Jose Gonzalez.
WESTERN CAMPS 1907: John A. Campbell, Richard Lear, H. Drysdale and Eduardo Lucero.
1908 NORTH SANTA FE: Joseph E. Traill, Eduardo Traill, Juan AE Traill and Roberto W. Traill.
WESTERN CAMPS 1909: John A. Campbell, Richard Lear, H. Drysdale and Eduardo Lucero.
ROSES 1910: Carlos AM Watts, Robert William Best, Juan AE Traill and E. Galiani.
1911 NORTH SANTA FE: Geoffrey C. Francis, LA Lynch Staunton, Robert W. Juan AE Traill and Traill.
1912 NORTH SANTA FE: Geoffrey C. Francis, LA Lynch Staunton, Robert W. Juan AE Traill and Traill.
1913 NORTH SANTA FE: Joseph E. Traill 9, 6 Staunton Lynch, Robert W. Juan AE Traill Traill 8 and 10. Total: 33.
1914 not played due to World War.
1915 PALOMAR: Lindsay RS Holway 5, Samuel A. Casares 6, Charles F. 5 and Luis L. Lacey Lacey 10. Total: 26
NORTH SANTA FE 1916: John B. Miles 3, David B. Miles 6, Charles N. Land Juan AE Traill 6 and 10. Total: 25.
NORTH SANTA FE 1917: John B. Miles 5, David B. Miles 7, Charles N. Land Juan AE Traill 6 and 10. Total: 28.
HURLINGHAM 1918: John H. 4 Roberts, C. Crawford Smith 5, July 6 and Juan Negron AE Traill 10. Total: 25.
ROSES 1919: William Agar Benitz 5, John B. 6 Miles, David B. Miles 7 and Carlos N. Land 6. Total: 24.
HURLINGHAM 1920: Arturo J. Kenny 5, John D. Nelson 6, July 6 and Luis L. Negron Lacey 9. Total: 26.
HURLINGHAM 1921: Arturo J. Kenny 5, John D. Nelson 6, July 6 and Luis L. Negron Lacey 9. Total: 26.
1922 SANTA INES: Daniel M. Kearney 3, Charles N. Land 6, William Brooke Naylor and John Kearney 4 2. Total: 15.
ROSES 1923: John B. Miles 7, Joseph E. 6 Traill, Juan AE Traill 9 and David B. Miles 8. Total: 30.
1924 SANTA INES: Daniel M. Kearney 5, Charles N. Land 7, William Brooke Naylor and John Kearney 5 5. Total: 22.
HURLINGHAM 1925: Arturo J. Kenny 6, John D. 8 Nelson, Eustace Leonardo Lacey 6 and Luis L. Lacey 10. Total: 30.
MARTIN IRON HURLINGHAM 1926: Francisco Ceballos 3, Ramon Videla Dorna 4, Justo J. Galarreta 4 and Henry E. Padilla 7. Total: 18.
HURLINGHAM 1927: Arturo J. Kenny 6, John D. Nelson 8, July 4, and Luis L. Negron Lacey 9. Total: 27.
1928 SANTA INES: Daniel Kearney 6, William Brooke Naylor 6, Kenneth Reynolds 3 and John Kearney 6. Total: 21.
HURLINGHAM 1929: Arturo J. Kenny 6, John D. Nelson 8, 7 and Luis Enrique Padilla L. Lacey 10. Total: 31.
SANTA PAULA 1930: A lfredo J. Harrington 5, John J. Reynal 6, Joseph C. Manuel Andrada Reynal 8 and 8. Total: 27.
1931 La Rinconada: Audilio Bonadeo Ayrolo 4, Martin J. Reynal 5, Joseph C. Manuel Andrada Reynal 8 and 8. Total: 25.
MEADOW BROOK 1932: Michael G. Phipps 7, Winston FC Guest 9, Elmer J. 8 Boeseke Jr. and William H. Post 6. Total: 30.
SANTA PAULA 1933: John J. Reynal 7, Martin J. Reynal 6, Joseph C. Manuel Andrada Reynal 8 and 8. Total: 29.
1934 COLONEL SUAREZ: Richard E. Garrós 4, Edward E. Garrós 4, Henry J. 7 and John C. Alberdi Alberdi 5. Total: 20.
SEA 1935: John C. Alberdi 6, Mario Inchauspe 5, Henry J. Manuel Andrada Alberdi 7 and 7. Total: 25.
SANTA PAULA 1936: John J. Reynal 6, Matias Casares 6, Joseph C. 9 and Ricardo S. Reynal Santamarina 6. Total: 27.
HURLINGHAM 1937: Eduardo Rojas Lanusse 5, John D. Nelson 6, 8 and Luis Roberto L. Cavanagh Lacey 7. Total: 26.
INDIANS 1938: Audilio Bonadeo Ayrolo 4, Juan Rodriguez 6, Andrés Manuel Andrada Gazzotti 8 and 8. Total: 26.
1939 THE CLOVER: Luis J. Duggan 6, Heriberto Duggan 7, Enrique Manuel Andrada Duggan 5 and 9. Total: 27.
1940 THE CLOVER: Luis J. Duggan 6, Julio M. Menditeguy 6, 7 and Carlos Heriberto E. Duggan Menditeguy 6. Total: 25.
1941 THE CLOVER: Luis J. Duggan 7, Julio M. Menditeguy 7, 8 and Carlos Heriberto E. Duggan Menditeguy 7. Total: 29.
1942 THE CLOVER: Luis J. Duggan 8, Julio M. Menditeguy 8, 9 and Carlos Heriberto Duggan M. Menditeguy 8. Total: 33.
1943 THE CLOVER: Luis J. Duggan 9, Julio M. Menditeguy 9, 9 and Carlos Heriberto Duggan M. Menditeguy 9. Total: 36.
DEER TUERTO 1944: John L. Cavanagh 6, 7 Roberto Cavanagh, Enrique J. 10 and John C. Alberdi Alberdi 9. Total: 32.
1945 not played due to World War II.
DEER TUERTO 1946: John L. 8 Cavanagh, Roberto Cavanagh 8, Henry J. 10 and John C. Alberdi Alberdi 10. Total: 36.
DEER TUERTO 1947: John L. 8 Cavanagh, Roberto Cavanagh 8, Henry J. Alberdi 9 and John C. Alberdi 9. Total: 34.
DEER TUERTO 1948: John L. 9 Cavanagh, Roberto Cavanagh 9, Henry J. Alberdi 9 and John C. Alberdi 9. Total: 36.
DEER TUERTO 1949: Luis J. Duggan 7, John L. 9 Cavanagh, Enrique J. Alberdi 9 and John C. Alberdi 9. Total: 34.
DEER TUERTO 1950: John L. 9 Cavanagh, Roberto Cavanagh 9, Henry J. Alberdi 9 and John C. Alberdi 10. Total: 37.
PENGUINS 1951: Luis J. Duggan 7, Ivan M. Mihanovich 6, 7 and Mariano Gabriel Gutierrez Capdepont Achával 7. Total: 27.
1952 COLONEL SUAREZ: Ruben Fernandez Sarrau 5, Francisco Reyes Carrere 7, Henry J. Alberdi Juan Carlos Harriott 9 and 8. Total: 29.
1953 COLONEL SUAREZ: Ernest J. Lalor 6, Francisco Reyes Carrere 8, Henry J. Alberdi 9 and John C. Alberdi 9. Total: 32.
1954 THE CLOVER: Nicolas Ruiz Guinazu 7, Robert Skene 10, Carlos E. Menditeguy 10 and Eduardo A. Bullrich 7. Total: 34.
DEER TUERTO 1955: John L. 9 Cavanagh, Roberto Cavanagh 10, Henry J. 10 and John C. Alberdi Alberdi 9. Total: 38.
1956 THE CLOVER: Eduardo A. Bullrich 7, July Menditeguy 7, 10 and Charles Skene Robert E. Menditeguy 9. Total: 33.
1957 COLONEL SUAREZ: Bertil Andino Grahn 6, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 7, Henry J. Alberdi Juan Carlos Harriott 9 and 7. Total: 29.
INDIANS 1958 COLONEL SUAREZ: Horacio A. Heguy 6, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 8, Antonio Heguy 5 and Juan Carlos Harriott 8. Total: 27.
1959 COLONEL SUAREZ: Horacio A. Heguy 7, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 9, Luis A. Lalor Juan Carlos Harriott 7 and 8. Total: 31.
1960 THE CLOVER: Horacio Castilla 4, Theophilus V. Bordeau 7, Carlos de la Serna and Carlos E. 8 Menditeguy 10. Total: 29.
1961 COLONEL SUAREZ: Horacio A. Heguy 8, Daniel Gonzalez 6, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 9, and Juan Carlos Harriott 8. Total: 31.
1962 COLONEL SUAREZ: Horacio A. Heguy 9, Daniel Gonzalez 6, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Juan Carlos Harriott 7. Total: 32.
1963 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 6, Horacio A. Heguy 8, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Juan Carlos Harriott 7. Total: 31.
1964 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 7, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Juan Carlos Harriott 7. Total: 33.
1965 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 7, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Daniel Gonzalez 7. Total: 33.
1966 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 8, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Daniel Gonzalez 8. Total: 35.
1967 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 9, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 7. Total: 35.
1968 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 8, Horacio A. Heguy 8, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 7. Total: 33.
1969 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 8, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 8. Total: 35.
1970 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 8, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 9. Total: 36.
SANTA ANA 1971: Teofilo V. Bordeau 7, Gaston Dorignac 10, Daniel González Francisco Dorignac 9 and 10. Total: 36.
1972 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 9, Horacio A. Heguy 10, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 9. Total: 38.
1973 SANTA ANA, Gaston R. Dorignac 10, Hector Merlos 8, 9 and Francisco Daniel González Dorignac 10. Total: 37.
1974 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 9, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 9. Total: 37.
1975 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 10, Horacio A. Heguy 10, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 10. Total: 40.
1976 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 10, Horacio A. Heguy 9, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 10. Total: 39.
1977 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 10, Horacio A. Heguy 10, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 10. Total: 40.
1978 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 10, Horacio A. Heguy 10, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 10. Total: 40.
1979 COLONEL SUAREZ: Alberto P. Heguy 10, Horacio A. Heguy 10, Juan Carlos Harriott (h) 10 and Alfredo Harriott 10. Total: 40.
1980 COLONEL SUAREZ: Benjamin Araya 5, Alberto P. Heguy 10, Alfredo Celestine Harriott Garros 10 and 8. Total: 33.
1981 COLONEL SUAREZ: Ben Araya 7, Alberto P. Heguy 10, Alfredo Celestine Harriott Garros 10 and 9. Total: 36.
1982 SANTA ANA, Gaston R. Dorignac 9, Hector Merlos 8, William Grace (h) 10 and Francisco E. Dorignac 9. Total: 36.
COLONEL SUAREZ II 1983: Benjamin Araya 9, John Badiola 8, Daniel Gonzalez and Horacio Araya 8 8. Total: 33.
THE ESPADAÑA 1984: John M. Zavaleta 8, 9 Pieres Alfonso, Gonzalo Pieres 9 and Ernesto Trotz (h) 8. Total: 34.
ESPADAÑA 1985 (Could not complete by epizootic. It was concluded in May 1986). Antonio Herrera 8, Alfonso Pier 10, Pier 10, and Ernesto Gonzalo Trorz (h) 9. Total: 37.
Chapaleufú INDIANS 1986: Marcos Heguy 7, Gonzalo Heguy 8, Horacio Heguy (h) 8 and Alejandro Garrahan 8. Total: 31.
1987 THE ESPADAÑA: Carlos Gracida 9, Alfonso Pier 10, Pier 10 and Gonzalo Ernesto Trotz (h) 10. Total: 39.
1988 THE ESPADAÑA: Carlos Gracida 9, Alfonso Pier 10, Pier 10 and Gonzalo Ernesto Trotz (h) 10. Total: 39.
1989 THE ESPADAÑA: Carlos Gracida 10, Alfonso Pier 10, Pier 10 and Gonzalo Ernesto Trotz (h) 10. Total: 40.
1990 THE ESPADAÑA: Carlos Gracida 10, Alfonso Pier 10, Pier 10 and Gonzalo Ernesto Trotz (h) 10. Total: 40.
1991 INDIAN Chapaleufú I: Bautista Heguy 8, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy (h) 10 and Marcos Heguy 9. Total: 37.
1992 INDIAN Chapaleufú I: Bautista Heguy 10, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy (h) 10 and Marcos Heguy 10. Total: 40.
1993 INDIAN Chapaleufú I: Bautista Heguy 10, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy (h) 10 and Marcos Heguy 10. Total: 40.
Ellerstina 1994: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 9, Mariano Aguerre 8, Gonzalo Carlos Gracida Pieres 10 and 10. Total: 37.
1995 INDIAN Chapaleufú I: Bautista Heguy 10, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy (h) 10 and Marcos Heguy 10. Total: 40.
1996 INDIAN Chapaleufú II: Alberto Heguy (h) 9, Ignacio Heguy 9, Alejandro Diaz Alberdi Eduardo Heguy 9 and 10. Total: 37.
Ellerstina 1997: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, Mariano Aguerre 9, Gonzalo Bartolomé Castagnola Pier 10 and 8. Total: 37.
Ellerstina 1998: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, Mariano Aguerre 9, Gonzalo Bartolomé Castagnola Pier 10 and 9. Total: 38.
1999 INDIAN Chapaleufú II: Alberto Heguy (h) 9, Ignacio Heguy 10, Milo Fernández Araujo Eduardo Heguy 8 and 10. Total: 37.
2000 INDIAN Chapaleufú II: Alberto Heguy (h) 9, Ignacio Heguy 10, Milo Fernández Araujo Eduardo Heguy 9 and 10. Total: 38.
2001 INDIAN Chapaleufú I: Bautista Heguy 10, Mariano Aguerre 10, Mark 10 and Horacio Heguy Heguy (h) 8. Total: 38.
2002 THE DOLFINA: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, Sebastian Merlos 9, John I. 10 and Bartolomé Castagnola Merlos 9. Total: 38.
2003 La Aguada: Javier Novillo Astrada 9, Eduardo Novillo Astrada (h) 9, Miguel Novillo Astrada 9 and Ignacio Novillo Astrada 7. Total 34.
2004 INDIAN Chapaleufú II: Alberto Heguy (h) 9, Ignacio Heguy 10, Milo Fernández Araujo Eduardo Heguy 9 and 9. Total: 37.
2005 THE DOLFINA: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, Lucas Monteverde (h) 8, 9 and Mariano Aguerre Bartolomé Castagnola 9. Total: 36.
2006 THE DOLFINA: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, Lucas Monteverde (h) 9, Mariano Aguerre 10 and Bartolomé Castagnola 10. Total: 39.
2007 THE DOLFINA: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, Lucas Monteverde (h) 9, Mariano Aguerre 10 and Bartolomé Castagnola 10. Total: 39.
2008 Ellerstina: Facundo Pier 10, Pier 10 Gonzalo, Pablo Mac Donough 10 and Juan Martin Nero 9. Total 39.
2009 LA DOLFINA: Adolfo Cambiaso (h) 10, Lucas Monteverde (h) 10, Mariano Aguerre 10 and Bartolomé Castagnola 10. Total: 40.
2010 Ellerstina: Facundo Pier 10, Pier 10 Gonzalo, Pablo Mac Donough 10 and Juan Martín Nero 10. Total 40