The fifth annual polo tournament was held at Beijing Tang Polo Club on Sept. 13.
Four teams presented their best skills and defined
the harmony between the players and horses.
After five years' development, the British Polo Day has become a promotional event to celebrate Britain's luxury heritage with business and social leaders in China, according to Edward Olver, the founder and director of British Polo Day.
"Polo is also becoming trendy in China as there are four clubs in the country with hundreds of members," revealed Liu Shilai, founder of Tang Polo Club, also known as the No.1 polo player in China.
This year the event has gathered more than 30 sponsors around the world. Big brands like Land Rover, Harrods, RJI Capital, BA from the Britain and NUO from Beijing can all be found in the list.
Related: Pictures on British Polo Day
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