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International Polo & Indian Royality in Sydney’s Hawkesbury Valley

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The NSW Polo Association and Windsor Polo Club will welcome the 2024 Polo International to the Hawkesbury Valley in Sydney.

Taking place on Sunday, April 7, Australia will take on India in the International. It has been over 18 years since India last played Australia on home soil, so it’s high time we are having them back. With Australia taking home the win in the last match, India will be coming back even stronger than ever.

Adding to the allure of this year‘s tournament is the confirmed participation of His Highness Jaipur Padmanabh Singh, known as Pacho. As a member of the Royal Family of Jaipur and the reigning Maharaja of Jaipur, Singh‘s presence on the field lends a regal touch to the proceedings. A seasoned polo player with a global reputation, Singh‘s inclusion in the Indian Polo Team further elevates the stakes.

„We are proud to host Team India at the Polo International at Windsor Polo Club, the heart of Polo in Australia,“ said Teneille Murray, spokesperson for NSW Polo Association.

„This Year‘s International will be an outstanding event for polo fans in the Sydney basin and bound to generate interests from all around New South Wales.“

Some of the best in Australia will be playing an incredible game that sees horses galloping at up to sixty kilometres an hour and then stopping on a dime. 

These horses & players are some of the best in the nation, hitting a plastic ball not much bigger than a golf ball, at more than two hundred kilometres an hour, making Polo not just one of the most exciting games to watch but easily one of the fastball sports of all time.

According to Murray, visitors are welcome at the Windsor Polo Club. “It is a beautiful place to relax, entertain, or celebrate with family and friends whilst watching the exhilarating game of Polo unfold before you. You can either bring your picnic and set it up under the big shady trees or enjoy the refreshments and delicious food offered at the Clubhouse.”

Tickets to the 2024 International also include the opportunity to see the Women’s International & Junior Finals. The women‘s international match will see Australia take on arch-rivals New Zealand. The fierce rivalry between these two nations guarantees a thrilling contest as they go head-to-head for bragging rights and glory.

“To be able to host this calibre of players in this region underscore the high level of excellence of polo in the Hawkesbury and our commitment to growing the sport in this region.” remarks Murray.

„Outstanding sporting events like this help build the presence and reputation of sports in our country while also bringing together our community and supporting the tourism industry. We look forward to welcoming everybody to this exhilarating event.”

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