THE FACE OF AMERICAN POLO
THIS IS NIC ROLDAN
Fuelled by talent, charisma and passion, Nic Roldan is the present leading American polo player with an impressive 8-goal handicap rating. He is the youngest polo player in the world to win the prestigious U.S. Open Polo title at the age of 15 and has captained Team USA.
Winning victoriously on all 5 continents at every level, Nic attracts worldwide acclaim. 2018 was a particular highlight seeing him win one of Europe’s top accolades: the Queen’s Cup and participating in the sports highest level event: the Argentine Open.
Teams continue to benefit from his skills, as do an ever-increasing number of Beach Polo, Snow Polo and Charity events. His philanthropic involvement is widely recognised, as is his distinct modelling career.
His commitment to increase awareness and participation for the sport he loves with a wider audience of players and new spectators reflects his passionate dedication to Polo. He aims to highlight the intense athletic nature of the sport for horse and man whilst continuing to add more worldwide Polo trophies to his cabinet. As a tastemaker, Nic thrives on using the sport as a way to connect people and brands.
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EXPLORE THE WORLD OF ROLDAN
Whether you are here as a polo fan or are here to find out more about R Polo Holdings, we welcome you to come in and explore the website, and discover the many facets of the Roldan world, which is ever expanding. Use the quick links below to jump in!
WORKING WITH NIC
As a keen businessman and talented spokesperson, it isn't suprising that Nic has a variety of business partners and sponsors and acts as an ambassador for products and services he really believes in. If you would like Nic to work with you, please do get in touch.
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FIND NIC ON SOCIAL MEDIA
As you can imagine, Nic is always out and about, so the best way to keep up with his busy life is via social media! Check out Nic on his various social media channels via the links, on the side or at the bottom of the page.