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Scottsdale Ferrari-Maserati Polo Championships Return November 1 and 2

Who's ready for some polo?

The Scottsdale Ferrari-Maserati Polo Championships return to WestWorld of Scottsdale this weekend. It's a two-day parade of high-end horseplay, horse power, and, of course, some serious partying.

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The championships will kick off Friday, November 2, with an introductory match of this year's all-star lineup, including polo mentionables Jeff Hall and Sunny Hale. After the 3 p.m. opening, 4 p.m. match, and 5:30 p.m. player introductions, the night will cap off with a sunset equestrian fashion show presented by Phoenix Fashion Week at 6 p.m.

Gates open again 10 a.m. with a full day of matches including Work to Ride vs. University of Virginia, Battle of the Sexes: U.S. All Stars Women vs. Arizona Polo Club Men, and Clogau Wales Polo Team vs. U.S. Military Polo Team.

Alongside the polo, this event will feature some of the hottest rides outside of Barret-Jackson, as well as plenty of partying in VIP tents like the Volvo of Phoenix Lounge, the Olive & Ivy Champagne Lounge, Neiman Marcus Tent, the Molina Fine Jewelers Lounge, and the Heineken Red Star Corral.

All of the day's festivities will conclude with an on-site after-party featuring DJ Mr. P-Body. As you would expect from any polo event sponsored by sports cars, tickets and tables can run up to $500. However, you can still score passes for as little as $20 in advance and $25 at the door. For more information or to purchase your tickets, visit thepoloparty.com.

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