His Highness The Maharajah of Jodhpur and his polo team joined British Polo Day on a stunning tour of some of England's most beautiful countryside followed by a Great British day of polo. The first 4 days included visits to the heart of the Cotswolds, Belvoir Castle and a flight to Trippets Farm where the Jodhpur team got a chance to enjoy their first game on UK soil. Once back in London, the British Polo Day team accompanied His Highness and the Jodhpur team to visits of both the Royal Mews and The House of Lords as well as a launch party at Tonteria and The Old Etonian Polo Society dinner at White's. The week reached an exquisite crescendo with the British Polo Day Charity Cup on Saturday the 29th of June where summer arrived at the 11th hour in all its British glory. InterContinental's Theo Randall and his team produced an immaculate lunch, with the wine matched by Justerini & Brooks, and the high-goal polo was keenly fought for country as well as 5-star European weekends selected by Abercrombie & Kent for the four players on the winning side (The Commonwealth prevailed at the last over British Exiles 6-5). With Eton holding a resurgent Jodhpur side at bay to run-out the victor 6-5, watchers from The Cresta Tower and side-line came together for the Prize Giving before moving on to a gin & jazz inspired Zaeem Jamal fashion show-case on the dance floor and a traditional groom's asado. With just shy of £70,000 raised on the day at The British Polo Day Charity Cup, we cannot thank everyone enough for their generosity and also their company at the event. A very special thank you to our hosts, Black Bears Polo and all our fantastic partners Land Rover, Hackett, Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane and nearly thirty other Partner companies as well as everyone whose endeavours ensured that the day was a memorable one.