Full day of festivities highlighted by collector cars, Arabian horse show, and three polo matches, including Bel Air versus The Hamptons
What You'll Get
Mounted police opt for equine transportation so that they don’t have to deal with the squad car’s wailing thirst for gas and justice. Witness real horsepower with this deal to The Polo Party at Westworld of Scottsdale’s Polo Field on Saturday, October 20, starting at 11 a.m. Gates open at 10 a.m. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get two tickets for general admission (a $30 value)
- For $18, you get four tickets for general admission (a $60 value)
- For $49, you get one tailgating pass for your car in the tailgating area, presented by Turf Paradise (a $100 value)<p>
General admission includes the grass and blanket areas around the field, the bleachers, and the picnic tables.
With the tailgating pass you can drive your car up to the side of the field by the Cabana Village. Tailgaters are allowed to bring snacks but not alcoholic beverages.
Both types of admission also include access to the Mark/Taylor Residential Bedroom Bar, the Heineken Doll House Party Tent, and the Scottsdale Cigar Club.
Horses and horsepower unite at the second-annual Polo Party, where three polo matches and a preview of the 42nd-annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction and the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show headline a full day of events. During the morning matchup at 11 a.m. (gates open at 10 a.m.), USA and Colombia lead off with an international clash, and at 1 p.m., Harvard University takes on Work to Ride in a showcase of the sport’s up-and-coming talents. The main event at 3 p.m. pits hard-hitting Nic Roldan and the Bel Air Polo Club against American polo star Tommy Biddle Jr. and The Hamptons, with both sides vying to claim the coveted Molina Cup so they can fill it with all their Halloween candy.
Throughout the day, attendees can sneak away from on-the-field action to marvel at a lineup of collector cars. Halftime of each matchup presents the opportunity to stomp the divots, when spectators converge on the field to pound down turf and buff out skid marks left by backfiring horses. Music from DJ Mr. P-body adds an extra dose of entertainment to the festivities, which, at 5 p.m., gallop into the evening with an on-site after-party.