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Tickets, reservations still being sold, taken for Aberdeen Polo
ANOTHER CHAPTER TO CAMDENS rich polo heritage will be written with the playing of the Aberdeen Polo Match on Sunday, May 18 at the Camden Polo Field.
Polo returns to the historic Camden Polo Field with the playing of the Aberdeen Polo Match on Sunday, May 18. The horses and riders will take to field for the first of six, seven and a half minute chukkers at 1 p.m. The gates to the field open at 11 a.m.The match, pitting a pair of four-player teams, is being sponsored by The Camden Horse and Equestrian magazine, Celebrations, and Traders of Camden. Bringing the event to fruition was the brainchild of Brian Haff, who works for Aberdeen Catery which is owned by Camden’s Jack Brantley.The match itself is being organized by Christine Cato who has received commitments from her polo-playing friends including, among others, Oliver Butterworth from Gulfstream Polo in Lake Worth, Fla., Scotland native Davie Manuel from Ocala, Fla., and Bill Walton, the grandson of standout polo players.