Windsor Polo Club is getting ready for the 2019 Polo International

Windsor Polo Club [WPC] will be hosting the Polo International between Australia and England on Saturday, April 6.

The day will see three games take place. 

Getting ready: Windsor play in the Riverlands Polo Club 2018 Season Opener Competiton held at the Windsor Polo Fields, Richmond. Picture: Geoff Jones

Getting ready: Windsor play in the Riverlands Polo Club 2018 Season Opener Competiton held at the Windsor Polo Fields, Richmond. Picture: Geoff Jones

A Colts [Under 21's] NSW City versus NSW Country match will start at 11.30am and will feature some young, emerging talent and family affairs.

Siblings Jack and Cody Grimes will both be on the NSW City team alongside Hamish Dowling, who will be facing his sister Anna as she plays for NSW Country.

This will be followed by the Women's Australia versus England match at 1pm before the day is topped off by the Men's AUS vs ENG game at 3.30pm. The men will be playing for The Mountbatten Memorial Trophy.

All matches will be live streamed from a YouTube link on WPC's website.

The Polo International is considered by many to be the most prestigious event on the Australian polo calendar.

WPC will be aiming to create a festival atmosphere, with a PurePolo Market Place for visitors to peruse.

The day will also feature Fashions on the Field [with prizes from Juan & Me Boutique] with guest judges, divot stomping, food trucks and a variety of bars.

There will be Classic Safari Company raffle giving visitors the chance to win a luxury safari valued at $18,500 with a portion of proceeds going to Humpty Dumpty Foundation.

General Admission tickets for the day range from $20 to $45 per person.

Packages can be found at tinyurl.com/yysuegea

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