International Polo Club Celebrates Successful Week 3 of 2017 Polo Season

 

The International Polo Club (IPC) celebrated another exciting week of polo Sunday, January 15. Week three of the 2017 season showcased the quarterfinals of the 2017 Joe Barry Memorial along with social activities enjoyed by all. La Indiana defeated Goose Creek 12-10 and secured their spot in the semifinals.
The Pavilion kicked off another lavish brunch and after party. Guests saw new brunch options that allowed them to get closer to the action. For $25, brunch ticket holders were able to upgrade their seats to the front row. Beverage package add-ons allowed brunch goers to enhance their experience with bottles of Veuve Clicquot and Ketel One.

 

This week, guests enjoyed the newly expanded Veuve Clicquot Champagne Garden. Opening at 1 p.m., the garden was the perfect spot to grab a drink before The Pavilion opened. Sponsored by Ketel One ®, the Ketel Kitchen held cocktail classes from 1:30-3 p.m. Each week, guests can attend the class, craft a specialty cocktail and receive a commemorative copper mug for just $20.
Children enjoyed the free Kids’ Fun Zone, sponsored by Wellington Regional Medical Center. The area had bounce houses, lawn games and food from vendors KP Concessions and Sweet Cravings. With just a $10 general admission ticket, guests could access the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Garden, the Ketel Kitchen, Kids’ Fun Zone and The Pavilion after party.
Robbin Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Wellington Regional Medical Center, opened the game with the Coin-Toss on the Engel & Völkers ® Championship Field. Joe Everson sang the National Anthem while painting a live action artwork. IPC showcased his art in front of the stadium next to the new retail location that had merchandise from Island Company.

The 2017 high-goal season runs from January 1 through April 23. The semifinals in the 2017 Joe Barry Memorial at IPC is Wednesday, Jan. 18