Pony Club Announces New Polo Sponsor

The Pony Club Polo season, which gets underway shortly, will benefit from a new sponsor for 2015 and 2016 in El Remanso.

With a high goal team already enjoying success in both Argentina and England, and both men’s and ladies’ tournaments that have already become firm fixtures on the polo calendar, El Remanso have extended their support to the 14 Pony Club Polo tournaments as well as the Championship events.

Pony Club Polo is currently enjoyed by around 300 young people in the UK, aged between six and 21 years old, across five sections based on age group in Jorrocks, Handley Cross, Surtees, Loriner and Rendell, as well as the two upper sections based on handicap and age in Langford and Gannon.

‘Friendly’ tournaments are held throughout July, leading onto the Qualifiers where teams across the sections battle it out for a coveted place at The Pony Club Polo Championships in August; held at Hurtwood Park for Jorrocks and Cowdray Park for all other sections.

Charles Whittington, Chairman of Pony Club Polo, comments “Pony Club Polo is thrilled to have El Remanso as a sponsor for Pony Club Polo in 2015 and 2016. El Remanso’s support will enable Pony Club Polo to continue to deliver the very high standard of facilities at tournaments, especially the Championship events held at Hurtwood Park and Cowdray Park”.

As part of the sponsorship all Pony Club players will be displaying the El Remanso banner on their shirts for the next two seasons.

Christopher and Bridget Hanbury, for El Remanso, comment “El Remanso are very excited to be supporting Pony Club Polo for the next two years. This year we have three players in our El Remanso High Goal Team that have come up through Pony Club Polo, so it’s fantastic to have the opportunity to give something back; it’s always great to see all the young players coming through the ranks, and that’s a big credit to The Pony Club Polo. We would like to wish everyone the best of luck for the season, make sure you have lots of fun and score lots of goals!”

 

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