Last year, 80 horses in six teams competed in the tournament, including three childrens’ teams.
The tournament opens to the public at 2:30pm on the Friday with matches from 3pm to 7pm ending in a garden party.
On Saturday, matches will be played between 1pm and 7pm and the day will end with a white polo party on the fields. On Sunday, matches will be played from 11:30am to 3:30pm with prizegiving at 4pm.
Other activities including hot air balloon rides, a Concours d’Elegance and fashion show, will be run throughout the weekend.
Tickets are available online for the VIP tent where catering is provided.
For more information, visit www.polotournament.lu