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Are You Ready For Some Polo?

6/12/2008 07:00:00 AM
When you think about classy sports, what comes to mind? Golf? Cricket? How about a little polo? I didn't even know people played polo in the United States. But apparently they do, and they do it in Hamilton, MA. For those of you that weren't aware (including myself), Hamilton is about 30 miles northeast of Boston.

Taj Boston celebrates the 120th season of summer polo matches at the Myopia Polo Club in Hamilton, MA sponsoring the 2nd annual Taj Boston Cup. Each Sunday through October 5, the sport of kings, is played on the oldest polo grounds in the United States that opened in 1888 on the North Shore of Boston.

This year on Sunday, June 22, the Taj Boston Cup will take place with special thanks to Champagne Louis Roederer and Land Rover Sudbury. The champagne luncheon in the VIP Pavilion will take place and polo players will join the guests to introduce the sport of polo.

Looking to spend some cash to impress a lady? Or maybe you really pissed off your wife or girlfriend and now you're trying to make up for it. Or maybe you've just never seen a polo match and would like to. Taj Boston is here to make it happen.

Taj Boston Myopia Polo Package
Your chauffeured sedan will take you to a Sunday Myopia Polo match for a champagne tailgate picnic and socializing with the international polo set.

  • Deluxe Room for two
  • Sedan and chauffeur for 5 hours
  • Admission for Two to Sunday Myopia Polo match in Hamilton, MA on the oldest polo grounds in the U.S. opened in 1888
  • Tailgate picnic basket prepared by Taj Boston Chefs
  • Myopia Polo Season Program
  • Dinner for two in The CafĂ© excluding alcohol, tax and gratuity
Click (here) to go to the Taj website.

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