Please drink responsibly on Opening Day. Don’t drink and drive. Use Uber.
The place to be on Sunday afternoon was the San Diego Polo Club in Rancho Santa Fe. With perfect weather, gorgeous people, and majestic horses playing polo, there was no other way to spend the day. The San Diego Polo Club had their most successful day in 26 years with a record breaking attendance of 2,000.
Riviera Magazine sponsored the event, along with BMW of San Diego and Mini of San Diego. Riviera’s publisher, Jessica Cline, was our guest of honor and presented Hermes trophies to the winners, compliments of Neiman Marcus.
The San Diego Polo Club debuted their first fashion show, with dresses by Poppy, shoes by Shoes Me, accessories by Nomadic Fashion and shades from Raen Optics. Corals and blues are the color of summer. Fashionista, Michelle Guerin of the San Diego Union Tribune said it best in her recent article, this season offers a kaleidoscope of prints and pops of color.
The Feature Match between Jetsuite/Monteverde and Starmeadow/Adeptus was a riveting one. Both teams were neck and neck throughout all six chukkers with Mariano Gutierrez scoring the winning shot for Jetsuite/Monteverde.
Thank you to everyone who came out for a glorious, sun-filled day of Polo! Join us this Sunday for our Father’s Day celebration including antique biplanes, cars, and cigars.
Special thanks to Frank Tupas and Dominick Lemarie for photography!
We are busy with all types of events, but we’re hardly complaining! We shot down to San Diego State University on Friday night to attend the 3rd Annual Aztec For Life Homecoming Celebration presented by the Marshall Faulk Foundation.
We tasted appetizers from some of San Diego’s best restaurants, including our neighbors Pamplemousse and Tommy V’s! Our favorite was JSix’s yellowtail sashimi tartar with tastes of currant, olive tapenade, and pine nuts coated in a citrus vinaigrette. It was heavenly! You can order it off their dinner/ happy hour menu!
The silent auction ended and Marshall Faulk spoke on stage about the importance of the event and how lucky he’s been to be a part of SDSU’s Alumni. The event raised over $50,000 for YMCA and SDSU Scholarships for young athletes.
More information: http://www.marshallfaulk.com