The Oak Brook Polo Club announces its player roster for the 2018 summer polo season. Led and supported by team patron and Chicago business leader, Jim Drury, this year’s squad includes the following returning players:
- Horacio Onetto(position #3, handicap-4): second-generation polo player whose career has taken him around the world playing for leagues in Florida, South Carolina, Illinois and Canada. A native of Argentina, he is the son of Horacio Onetto Sr. a former 6-goal professional who played at Oak Brook Polo Club throughout the 1980’s.
- Tomas “Toto” Obregon(position #2, handicap-4): from Argentina and a family of polo players who’s been playing the sport since age twelve. Played for teams in California, Florida, New York, Virginia, Texas, South Carolina, Kentucky and Illinois in addition to many countries such as Canada, France, and Argentina. Participated in multiple 20-goal tournaments. Twin brother Matias also plays professionally in Chicagoland area and offers lessons with GoPolo.
- Mariano Gutierrez(position #4, handicap-4) – from Argentina and has five brothers who love the sport of polo. Left law school in Argentina to pursue it professionally and now plays for clubs in Southern California, and Colorado. Internationally he’s competed in France and Canada and lives in Buenos Aries six months out of the year. Mariano played his first professional polo match at Oak Brook.