SD Polo Club to start season

The San Diego Polo Club will kick off its 14-week season with an antique and classic biplane display and fly-in field-side at 12:30 p.m. June 14.

The Polo Club is the third-largest in the nation and offers the longest playing season in the U.S. Historic national cups, world-class polo matches and regional tournaments have been held in San Diego for more than a century.

The club features a Gourmet Bistro, Polo Bar, bring-your-own picnic tailgating throughout the game and a bounce house on Sundays for children.

The San Diego Polo Club is at 14555 El Camino Real. For information, call 481-9217 or go to www.sandiegopolo.com.

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