From the Desk of Ian Carlson


Sunday, September 14, 2014
Gormley Polo Field
Gates Open
at 11:00AM - Rain or Shine

  • 11:00   Gates Open
  • 11:45   Witness Marcel Bregstein break the
                 Guinness Word Record for Sabrage!
  • 12:00   Immediately after Marcel's sabrage,
                 champagne is served!
  • 12:30   On The Move will open for Lunch.
                 Wine will be available for purchase.
  • 1:00     The First Polo Chukker
  • 3:00     The Second Polo Chukker
  • Throughout the day...
  • Meet polo players and ponies
  • Fabulous music
  • Fun for all ages!

Find us
13401 Leslie Street

Directions From Toronto

  • Take Hwy. 404 north to Bloomington Sideroad
  • Take Bloomington Sideroad west (beneath Hwy 404) to the first set of lights at Leslie Street
  • Take Leslie Street south (turn left) and proceed to 13401 Leslie Street
  • The entrance is opposite Diamondback Golf Club
  • Take the long gravel driveway to the polo field.

You will be met by an attendant for registration check before parking your car and entering the event area.

our sponsors

Event Patronage

Toronto Polo Club


Canadian Calibre Bespoke Chocolate




Champagne Victoire Brut Prestige Courtesy of Jean-Remy Rapeneau and Family & Case for Wine


Dolce Media Group




John A. Libby Fine Art


Sherrard Kuzz LLP.
The Toronto Commandery of the Order of Saint Lazarus
Yonge Street Winery

world record attempt

Marcel Bregstein, Assistant General Manager of The Toronto Hunt, will make an official attempt to break the World Guinness Book of Records for the number of champagne bottles sabred in 60 seconds. The current record is 40 bottles. Marcel will use a special sabre, donated for the event, and he will have to open close to one bottle per second using strict guidelines to open the bottles. Opening bottles with a sabre goes back to the time of Napoleon. "In victory one deserves it; in defeat one needs it!"

contact us

For more information regarding sponsorship of the 2014 Polo For Palliative Care charitable fundraiser please contact:

Ian Carlsen
Event Chair


For more information regarding the Order of St. Lazarus or the Toronto Commandery please contact:

Chev. Andrew C. Duncanson
Commander, Order of St. Lazarus - Toronto Commandery