On Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July, Porsche Centre Nottingham proudly sponsored Leadenham Polo Club’s summer tournament.
The tournament took place in the beautiful village of Leadenham, located between Lincoln and Grantham. On Saturday, 14 teams over three divisions competed for a place in Sunday’s finals, and Porsche Centre Nottingham provided the prizes. The weekend also involved a Horse vs Horsepower race - spectators watched as our 718 Boxster GTS narrowly beat Whisper the Polo pony.
Rob Shearman the Polo Club Manager commented: ‘It was fantastic for Porsche Centre Nottingham to sponsor our main tournament of the year. The display of cars really attracted spectators to our Polo Club and we had more people attend over the weekend than ever before. We hope we can continue to work with Porsche Centre Nottingham in the future‘.
We would like to thank Leadenham Polo Club for hosting the tournament and everyone that came to the stand to see our Porsche models on display.
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