Paspaley Polo in the City 2010 • Glam Adelaide

Paspaley Polo in the City 2010

Australia’s Capital Cities will once again come alive with the glamour and thrills of Paspaley Polo in the City. Held in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth, Adelaide Polo fans can enjoy one of the heights of the social calendar.

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Australia’s Capital Cities will once again come alive with the glamour and thrills of Paspaley Polo in the City. Held in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth, Adelaide Polo fans can enjoy one of the heights of the social calendar.

This annual event attracts thousands of polo lovers from around the country and around the world. Enjoy great food and Veuve Clicquot Champagne whilst watching some of Australia’s elite polo players.

Iconic national and international companies will sponsor the 2010 event. Premium brands sponsoring Paspaleys Polo in the City include Coopers, Veuve Clicquot, Audi, La Martina and Bird in Hand Winery.

Paspaley Polo is an opportunity to witness some of Australia’s best professional polo talent. The event will showcase some of the sport’s elite including a number of Australians who compete on the international polo circuit.

Polo is the fastest ball game and one of the most rapidly growing spectator sports in the world! With record crowds of 17,000 spectators at international matches, Polo is fast becoming an exciting sporting event of the year.

Paspaley Polo in the City is an acclaimed public and corporate entertainment opportunity, as well as a rare chance to witness some of Australia’s best professional polo talent.  The event provides a selection of private and public marquees, whilst you enjoy first class catering and a first hand polo experience.

With fabulous food and premium beverages , Paspaley’s Polo in the City provides the perfect backdrop for a fun day of  entertainment of one of the world’s oldest sports.

Paspaley Polo in the City will be held this Saturday 27th November at Nanto Woma Park.
For more information and tickets visit http://www.polointhecity.com.au

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