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The dates for the Argentine Triple Crown are set

Yesterday the Asociación Argentina de Polo (AAP) announced the dates of the most important and renowned tournaments in Argentina and worldwide. Start of the high goal season is September 27th with the Club Hípico Militar San Jorge Open Championship.
The tournaments of the Argentine Triple Crown begin September 24th with the Tortugas Open. The finals of the 120th Argentine Open will be held on December 7th.

Dates are the following:
Club Hípico Militar San Jorge Open Championship
Copas San Jorge (A) and Coronel Francisco Reyes Carrere (H)
August 27th to September 7th
Jockey Club Open
September 10th to September 22nd
Tortugas Open
Copa Emilio de Anchorena
September 24th to October 13th
Qualifiers for the 120th Hurlingham Open and the 120th Argentine Open (= 90 Aniversario de la AAP)
Start: September 23rd
120. Hurlingham Open
The Ayrshire Cup
October 15th to November 3rd
120. Argentine Open
November 16th to December 7th

The teams of the 2013 Argentine high goal season:
Ellerstina (+39)
Facundo Pieres (+10)
Gonzalo Pieres (+10)
Mariano Aguerre (+10)
Nicolás Pieres (+9)
La Dolfina (+39)
Adolfo Cambiaso (+10)
David Stirling (+9)
Pablo Mac Donough (+10)
Juan Martín Nero (+10)
La Natividad (+35)
Guillermo Caset (+9)
Ignacio Heguy (+9)
Rodrigo Ribeiro de Andrade (+8)
Bartolomé Castagnola (+9)
La Aguada (+34)
Javier Novillo Astrada (+8)
Facundo Sola (+8)
Miguel Novillo Astrada (+9)
Ignacio Novillo Astrada (+9)
Alegría (+34)
Pablo Pieres (+8)
Hilario Ulloa (+9)
Lucas Monteverde (+9)
Frederick Mannix, Jr. (+8)
La Aguada Las Monjitas (+33)
Lucas James (+8)
Cristian Laprida (+8)
Eduardo Novillo Astrada (+9)
Alejandro Novillo Astrada (+8)
The teams of the qualifications:
Magual (+32)
Alejandro Muzzio (+8)
Ignacio Toccalino (+8)
Marcos Di Paola (+8)
Jaime García Huidobro (+8)
Chapaleufú (+30)
Alberto Heguy, Jr. (+7)
Francisco Elizalde (+7)
Bautista Heguy (+8)
Eduardo Heguy (+8)
Cuatro Vientos (+29)
Juan Zavaleta (+7)
Juan Agustín García Grossi (+8)
Alejandro Agote (+8)
Santiago Tanoira (+6)
La California (+29)
Diego Cavanagh (+7)
Guillermo Terrera (+7)
Ignatius Du Plessis (+7)
Tomás García del Río (+8)
Las Overas (+28)
Salvador Ulloa (+7)
Valerio Zubiaurre (+7)
Guillermo Willington (+7)
Alfredo Cappella Barabucci (+7)
La Vanguardia (+28)
Ignacio Laprida (+7)
Gonzalo Deltour (+7)
Ezequiel Martínez Ferrario (+7)
Santiago Toccalino (+7)

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