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Nothing beats preparation, especially when it comes to selling your Wellington equestrian property. You can’t just list your Wellington horse property the moment you decide you want to sell. Even if it’s not a seller’s market, there are a couple of bases you want to cover to make sure that your property does not stay on the market too long.
This holds true both for homes and horse properties: Clean is always the way to go. You want to do this not just for the listing photos. You want to keep your property clean so buyers will be drawn to what they see when they decide to have a quick tour. No one wants to see clutter everywhere. Pay close attention to the inside and the outside of your Wellington equestrian property.
Weeds everywhere? Old and deteriorating fences? Water system not functional? Roof problems? All these can be a sales killer. Make sure you fix these before listing your property. Adding a fresh coat of paint or repairing an old fence can make a huge difference. Keep your equipment in a clean storage area and make sure everything is working. A property that’s clean and well maintained is more likely to get buyers’ attention. Don’t give them a reason to doubt that your property is worth less than it’s price.
Talking to an agent must be one of your primary priorities if you want to sell your property fast. Choose someone with experience in selling a Wellington equestrian property. Ask for a market report of the properties in the area. An expert agent can help you understand the market and what you need to do in order to attract more potential buyers for your property.
Sometimes buyers get turned off even before they view your property. Pricing can play an important role in how fast or slow your selling process will go. Make sure you get the opinion of your agent. Consider the similar properties listed in your area to see how much they are selling for. Don’t risk pricing your property too high because you might actually end up selling your property in a much lesser price after it has sat in the market for too long.
Cover these important basic steps first before listing your Wellington equestrian property to sell. As long as your property is clean, well maintained, priced correctly, and you’re working with an expert Wellington equestrian agent, there’s no reason to be overwhelmed by the selling process.
Palm Beach Illustrated’s Jared Zenni, Facundo Obregon, Magoo Laprida and Tommy Collingwood with Villa del Lago/Casablanca’s Jim Zenni, Austin Obregon, Inaki Laprida and Polito Pieres surprised the Wellington polo fans as they withdrew their positions in the subsidiary of the Joe Barry Memorial Cup, the Bobby Barry Cup. This is seen as a strategy to save the polo ponies for the upcoming Ylvisaker Cup. This move allowed the next two teams in order and from that bracket to take their positions.
Flight Options (Melissa Ganzi, Fred Mannix, Miguel Astrada and Juan Bollini) started the Bobby Barry Cup semifinals match against El Cabure (Federico Virasoro, Carlucho Arellano, Agustin Merlos and Stevie Orthwein). While Audi (Marc Ganzi, Carlitos Gracida, Nic Roldan and Nico Pieres) asked to move their match against Orchard Hill (Steve Van Andel, Lucas Criado, Facundo Pieres and Marcos Alberdi) from morning to afternoon.
Those teams who were not able to qualify for the subsidiary competed on January 24 and 26 for a consolation match with Lechuza Caracas (Victor Vargas, Mariano Gracida, Pablo MacDonough and Nico Espain) against Faraway (Hutton Goodman, Martin Pepa, Santiago Chavanne and Mariano Gonzales) and CT Energia (Alessandro Bazzoni, Kris Kampsen, Joao Ganon and Nick Manifold) against Los Monjitas (Camilo Bautista, Geronimo Obregon, Eduardo Astrada and Alejandro Astrada) respectively.
The matches for the Joe Barry Memorial Cup semifinals continued with Los Machitos/Heathcote (Steve Lefkowitz, Sterling Giannico, Mariano Aguerre and Matias Magrini) battle against Tonkawa (Jeff Hildebrand, Gonzalito Pieres, Tomas Alberdi and Rodrigo Andrade) on January 23 and was followed by a match between Valiente (Bob Jornayvaz, Santi Torres, Roberto Zedda and Sapo Caset) against Coca-Cola (Jeff Hall, Fillian Johnston, Nick Morrison and Julio Arellano).
Grand Champions Polo Club opens its 2014 spring polo season with the Grand Champions Cup on Friday in Wellington, FL.
The club will host six medium-goal tournaments this year and the 2014 Spring Season tournament is the first of the six medium-goal competitions.
There are five teams competing on Friday and Saturday. On Friday morning, Ride to Shine will play against Clearwater. In the afternoon, a round-robin will be held on Field 8 among Psycho Bunny, Palm Beach Polo and Power Horse.
There will be two games set on Sunday at 9:30 a.m and 11:30 a.m.
The team lineups for the opening tournament are:
The rest of the Grand Champions spring schedule is: April 24-27, The USPA Spring Challenge; May 1-4, The USPA Sun Cup; May 8-11, The USPA Eastern Challenge; May 15-18 The Polo Gear Challenge Cup and May 22-26, The Memorial.
One of the highlights this season is the use of state-of-the-art technology like live streaming, instant replay, challenges and team reviews.
The Grand Champions’ spring season is an opportunity for amateur Wellington polo players to team up with and play against some of the world’s top professional players.
The Club expects that this year will be the finest spring season in the nine-year history of the Club.
The winners of the spring tournament last year included ELG/Psycho Bunny, Power Horse, Audi, Pony Express and Longfield Farm.
This spring season is another thrilling season for Wellington polo players and fans!
Maserati celebrates its 100th year in the industry through an exclusive Maserati Centennial Polo Tour featuring its most recent products. It will sponsor tournaments in Palm Beach, China, England, and finally in the United Arab Emirates this year. The event was also made possible by La Martina, a polo lifestyle company.
Wellington Polo covers the first of the four polo tournaments, the 110th USPA 26-goal Maserati U.S. Open Polo Championships, America’s most prestigious polo event, played Sunday March 30, 2014 through Sunday April 20, 2014 at the International Polo Club Palm Beach in Wellington, Florida.
The tour continues in China, from May 30th to June 2nd, where the polo fans of East Asia will meet on the up-and-coming grounds created near Beijing, in the port of Tianjin, at Tianjin Goldin Metropolitan Polo Club.
This is followed by the celebrated “Jerudong Park Polo Trophy” of UK, which supports the charities of HRH The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry. It will take place on June 15th in one of the oldest and most prestigious English polo clubs, the “Cirencester Park Polo Club”.
Finally, the tour’s fourth event will be played in the United Arab Emirates in autumn.
The best player in this Centennial tour tournament will receive the Maserati Centennial Award in its Grand Final event in Italy which will be held in the first quarter of 2015.
NBA Ambassador Bob Delaney, together with the offices in NY and Sarasota, FL gave an outstanding and overwhelming lecture at the Wellington Polo Museum in Lake Worth, FL on Friday morning, March 14, 2014.
The lecture was about on the values of creating a strongly bonded polo team, that wins on and off the field. As an ambassador, he shared his experiences as an NBA Umpire Adviser. He has officiated over 1,700 regular season NBA Games, 200+ playoff games and 10 finals, including All Star games in China and Japan.
He was with Team USPA members Belinda Brody, Matt Baker, Brandon Van Loon, Augustine Arellano as well as Charlie Muldoon, Maggie Mitchell, Bobby Puetz, Elizabeth Hedley and Kris Bowman.
For continuing success and growth for the professional athlete, professional umpire, as well as for the leaders of professionals and support staff in a sport such as Wellington polo, he offered inspirational suggestions.
The objective was to help build the next generation of effective, informed leaders, on and off the polo field.
Grand Champions wins Inaugural Great Futures Celebrity Polo Match on Sunday afternoon, March 9, at Grand Champions Polo Club.
Grand Champions (Melissa Ganzi, Marc Ganzi, Nacho Figueras, Nic Roldan) won over Piaget (Marwan Mohey-el-dien, Jared Zenni, Alejandro Novillo Astrada, Juan Bollini) with a 3-2 victory in the finals of which two goals came from Figueras, polo’s ambassador and face of Ralph Lauren.
John Walsh of Team Equuleus was named as the Most Valuable Player of the round-robin tournament. His teammates were Joe DiMenna, 10-goaler Gonzalito Pieres and Mariano Gonzales.
The money raised from the fundraiser celebrity match would be given to Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys and Girls Club of Wellington polo.
The Boys and Girls club provides after-school activities to unprivileged kids, ages 6-18, and summer camp opportunities to nearly 6,000 boys and girls.
Marc and Melissa Ganzi, as the owners, prepared the well-groomed field, venue, equipments, Trophies, six pro-players.
The Ganzis also sponsored the Future Brunch At Polo Luncheon at International Polo Club, Wellington.
The celebrity Wellington polo game was free to the public.