The Best Playing Pony Trophy – Panina
Mercedes-Benz of Truro
It’s all about horse power for Mercedes-Benz of Truro, this year’s sponsor of the Best Playing Pony who was won by Panina for the second year running.
A keen supporter of beach polo, Mercedes-Benz has sponsored Polo on the Beach for two years and been involved with the world’s largest polo tournament to take place on a beach, the AMG Miami Beach Polo World Cup.
The Most Valuable Player Trophy – Andrew Blake Thomas
Churchill supported by GCS Cornwall
Over 200 years of innovation, passion and expertise has built Churchill’s reputation for manufacturing and supplying the highest quality tabletop solutions. Churchill is the natural partner for ceramics, glass, wood and cutlery in the hospitality industry. Churchill are proud to be supporting Veuve Clicquot Polo On The Beach 2013 and providing the crockery for the VIP House Party on Sunday 19th May.
General Catering Supplies is a small family business supplying eco-friendly packaging and the finest tableware to Britain’s finest restaurants and hotels. GCS develop cost-effective and bespoke solutions to add genuine value, and provide an outstanding service with efficient logistics. GSC work closely with Churchill and are delighted to support Veuve Clicquot Polo On The Beach 2013.
Most Valuable Player was won by Andrew Blake Thomas from team Joules
BBC Radio Cornwall
As the counties most popular radio station we are really pleased that BBC Radio Cornwall was broadcasting from Watergate Bay and supporting Veuve Clicquot Polo on the Beach for another consecutive year as our media partner.
BBC Radio Cornwall will be provided music, chatting to the crowd as well as interviewing players and comparing the event over the full weekend. They were joined by Peter West and Ben Marshall for the polo commentary.
James Churchfield, presenter of the breakfast show regularly attends Polo on the Beach and will be included information through his shows over polo weekend “I absolutely love polo on the beach – the atmosphere, the skill of the riders, the thrill of the game and the magnificent setting – it’s just amazing.”
BBC Radio Cornwall 103.9FM, 95.2FM, 96FM & DAB