China Takes Home The Top Prize At The B.Grimm - BMW Thai Polo Open 2020
The Thai Polo Open, hosted by B.Grimm and BMW, returned for the 15th consecutive year this past weekend in the name of sportsmanship and philanthropy. Vying for HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Cup, Tang Polo from China ended up beating the Thai team, eight to seven on the final round on January 18. Malaysia's La Familia and Royal Pahang were third and fourth runners up, respectively.
The gathering of international polo players was also for the purpose of raising funds towards a good cause—this year the Chitralada Technology Institute. Booths, performances, show jumping, games and feeding and riding activities gave guests a chance to have fun and contribute towards a good cause. Amongst those who participated in the tradition of divot stomping included society figures Tipaporn Ajanant, Wanphen Sakdatorn, Siriyos Devahastin na Ayudhya, Pattharapol and Lee Puengboonpra. Another highlight of the day was the Best Dress and Best Hat awards, which Naphalai Areesorn, editor-in-chief of Thailand Tatler, had the honour of bestowing to Duangjai Po-in and Praewpreeya Chumsai Na Ayutthaya, respectively.