International Arena Polo Test Match forthe Bryan Morrison Trophy
TheInternational Arena Polo Test Match returns to British shores onSaturday 3rdMarch to the All England Polo Club, Hickstead. The USA are sending a21-goal American side across the water; formed of Tommy Biddle, JohnGobin and Brad Blake, to battle it out in Hickstead’s state of theart arena against Team England for the coveted Bryan Morrison Trophy.
Europe’shighest handicapped arena player, nine-goaler Chris Hyde, is toCaptain Team England in a quest to repeat their British victory of2009 when the two nations last met in the arena. Hyde will be lockinghorns with the USA’s ‘10-Goal Tommy,’ only the fourth player inthe history of the arena version of the sport to attain the ultimate10-goal handicap, a feat that is yet to be accomplished on the UKarena circuit. The action will set forth at Hickstead with a HighGoal Challenge Match, before the International Test itself at 1.30pm.
Oncethe final whistle blows, guests can enjoy the occasion to meet andmingle with the players at the post match luncheon hosted inHickstead’s distinguished Members Enclosure Restaurant. What betterway to compliment the day’s play… and all in the company of theelite of British and American polo.
Be part of the spectacle in the UKwinter polo calendar, witness the USA’s ’10-goal Tommy’ performon Hickstead’s arena stage and support Britain’s Chris Hyde andhis teammates in their pursuit to defend their title… it is set tobe a keen contest!
Advanced tickets (Admission £5.00per person / Post Match Luncheon £45.00 per person) are availablefrom www.hickstead.co.ukor through the All England Polo Club Polo Office on +44 (0)1273834315. Hickstead are inviting exhibitors to apply for trade space atthe event via emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.