A crucial Victorian polo club will host a celeb-studded match to assist raise the budget for unwell children.
Mandela Polo Club will host its first TLC for Kids healthy with Australian polo captain Ruki Baillieu, AFL CEO Gill McLachlan, and top Victorian player Inge Burke equipped to get down to commercial enterprise.
MPC proprietors Ben Kay and Tolga Kumova have been more inclined to open up their non-public club to host the healthy.
“There’s no better occasion to open up our pitch to the general public,” Kay stated.
“It’s for one of these worth purposes – with all income going to advantage the kids.”
TLC for Kids changed into based in 1998 with the aid of Tim Conolan after he recognized “a gap” in existing offerings for unwell youngsters and wanted to do something positive about it.
“We’re truly thrilled to be concerned inside the first-ever TLC for Kids Polo raising money to assist unwell kids and their families address the challenges of regular lifestyles with contamination,” Conlan stated.
“This is a thrilling time for us, and we’re looking forward to announcing extra details in the due path.”
There can be plenty of movement and amusement both on and stale the pitch.
“There are plenty of human beings in Victoria who play polo – it’s such a unique sport,” Kay said.
“It’s an adrenaline-packed game performed through human beings with love for horses.
“Polo is one of the only a few group sports activities performed on horses and revolved from farming communities, so it is not able to host it in united states of America Victoria.”
Polo is an equestrian recreation with teams of four players in line with the side.
The object of the game is to apply a wood mallet to hit a small hardball – with the last goal is to outscore the opposing crew.
The TLC for Kids Polo match can be hung on Saturday, March 23, at the Mandela Polo Club at Drummond.