Tickets now on sale for the Scottsdale Polo Championships

The Valley’s  fifth annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships: Horses & Horsepower returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24 with a full-day of non-stop action and new elements.

New elements this year feature a “High-Tea” tent presented by The Phoenician, a Phoenix Symphony quartet performance during live polo action and a sharing of the field with the Arizona Jazz Festival, according to a press release.

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Guests can also bid on some of the country’s finest contemporary art at the live Larsen Auction with a rare Picasso, Milton Avery and LeRoy Neiman pieces up for bid, according to the release.

Guests are also invited to the 2015 Canine Couture, produced by Applewood Pet Resort and Bark Avenue and watch the World’s ‘Longest’ Catwalk sponsored by Cullum Homes and produced by Phoenix Fashion Week.

Exotic and luxury car enthusiasts will also get a sneak peek of the 2016 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction along with many other spectacular vehicles, from the Ferrari Club of America-Arizona Region and the Arizona Lamborghini Club.

On the polo field, polo icon and GQ Model Nic Roldan, one the sport’s hottest stars returns to the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships with the Aspen Valley Polo Club to take on the reigning champions from the Clogau Wales Polo Team in the signature match of the day at 2:30 p.m.

Two matches will take place earlier including Club Polo Cabo vs., Polo Azteca at 10:30 a.m. and the California Polo Club from Los Angeles contesting The Arizona Polo Club, which includes the state’s top player Andres Camacho, according to the release.

Scottsdale’s Arabian Horse Show will also give live performances throughout the day and brand new for 2015 the Arizona Jazz Festival takes over the polo grounds just before sunset on Saturday. Sit field-side sipping champagne in The Moet Champagne and Jazz Lounge and then stay for the sounds.

Reserve your VIP seat or table now in Molina Fine Jewelers Drivers and Players VIP LoungeIt’s the only VIP experience to offer complimentary food and cocktails, alongside premier seating, according to the release.

According to the release the event started in 2011. In 2014, more than 11,969 people turned out for what has transformed into the country’s most attended polo event and the world’s most interesting.

Tickets, tables and tents ranging from $17.50 to $4,000 are now on sale. For all information, sponsorship or tickets visit

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