The intensity of the final was seen across the field, with all eight players fighting to capture the first tournament of the season, yet emotions ran high with the third and fourth yellow cards of the game being awarded in the fourth chukka, including Santino Magrini’s second, forcing him from the game for two minutes. Eight fouls in the fourth chukker slowed the pace, with a penalty 3 conversion from Colombres extending Palm Beach Equine’s lead to three. In need of offense, Matias Magrini moved forward in the game, scoring consecutive goals to quickly reduce the lead to one as the excitement rose around the field. Santino Magrini’s fourth goal of the game tied the score at 8-8, leaving the sixth chukker to determine the winner. Building on their momentum from the fifth chukker, Stable Door Polo pushed forward with Matias Magrini continuing to make a meaningful impact, giving his team their first lead since the third chukker. A crucial penalty 4 conversion for Santino Magrini sealed the victory and the Iglehart Cup title for Stable Door Polo in the exciting 10-8 victory. MVP was awarded to Matias Magini, while his 8 year-old American thoroughbred “Elenor” claimed Best Playing Pony.