On Thursday 29 August Porsche Centre Nottingham took nine customers for a day out to experience a different kind of horsepower.
We started off at Porsche Centre Nottingham where customers chose either a Porsche 718 Cayman or a Porsche 718 Boxster to drive to Leadenham Polo Club in Lincoln. Once we arrived at the club, we were greeted by our coach for our day and given tea, coffee and cakes.
Our introduction to polo day included learning the polo swing with foot mallet and then on a wooden horse. After everyone was confident with the mallets, we were each matched up with a horse that suited our previous individual experience. Our day was finished off with a mini polo game.
Sales manager Dominic Bath commented ‘We all had a fantastic day and the introduction to polo was suitable for all ranges of horse-riding abilities! Everyone really enjoyed test driving the 718’s that we had available too’.
Please contact us on 0115 986 0911 to find out how you can be involved in future events.
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