THE THUNDER of polo ponies is returning to Hurlingham once again, and The Capitalist doesn’t want readers to miss out on the chance to chat chukkas with the capital’s finest fillies and stallions.
With less than two weeks to go until the MINT Polo in the Park kicks off in Fulham’s exclusive Hurlingham Club, The Capitalist is parting ways with 20 pairs of tickets for the games on Friday 7 June.
To be entered into the draw for a chance to win a pair of MINT Polo in the Park tickets, email your name, postal address and telephone number by the close of business on Thursday 30 May to this address: email@example.com
RUGBY’S finest descended on Battersea last week for the annual RPA Computacenter Players’ Awards. Among the sporting crowd were some City faces, enjoying the ceremony and embracing an efficient attitude towards wine consumption. Having been a little too eager with the bottles, one young trader thought he had got away the next day with nothing but a hangover. However, upon opening emails yesterday, he discovered he had won every item he bid for at the silent auction to a grand total of £6,000 – including that essential must-have accessory – a replica of the pick axe used by Sir Edmund Hillary to climb Everest.