Kris Kampsen 6
Julian Daniels 6
Lucas Arellano 2
Hutton Goodman 0
Altaris Polo Team
Jamal Nusseibeh 0
Brandon Phillips 4
Jason Crowder 6
Nick Manifold 3
Orchard Hill
Steve Van Andel  .5
Chris Stratemann 1.5
Lucas Criado 7
Pipe Vercelli 6
White Birch
Chris Brant 0
Joaquin Panelo 6
Matias Magrini 7
Lucas Escobar 1
WM Polo
Jackson Woodward 1.5
Herndon Radcliff 3
Juan Valerdi 4
Felipe Viana 6


Mt. Brilliant Farm will proudly host the Kentucky Cup 14 goal polo tournament in September.  The tournament will be played at Mt. Brilliant farm on three pristine polo fields. The schedule will be posted once all teams approve.  USPA Umpires Julian Applebee and Ka’aina DeCoit will oversee the play on the field.  Game updates and changes will be shared with The Morning Line, Facebook and other social media.

We are thankful for the support in the past from teams such as Riverview, Orchard Hill, White Birch, Clearwater, Hillcroft, Orchard Hill, SD Farms,  Villa Del Lago, Faraway, Mt. Brilliant and Sophisticated Living to name a few.

September 10 – September 30 – Kentucky Cup Invitational

September 13

10:00 a.m. – Orchard Hill vs. Altaris

5:00 p.m. – WM Polo vs. White Birch

September 15

10:00 a.m. – Altaris vs. Faraway

September 18

10:00 a.m. – Orchard Hill vs. WM  Polo

September 19

10:00 a.m. – Faraway vs. White Birch

September 21

10:30 a.m. – White Birch vs. Altaris

September 23

10:00 a.m. – WM Polo vs. Faraway

September 25 

11:00 a.m. – Faraway vs. Orchard Hill

September 26

10:00 a.m. – WM Polo vs. Altaris

September 27

10:00 a.m. – White Birch  vs. Orchard Hill

September 29 


Please check back regularly or with our Facebook page for game updates.    Thank you.

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Thank you!

September in Lexington, KY, The Horse Capitol of the World, couldn’t be better for families and equine enthusiasts of all disciplines. The month kicks off with Polo in the Park, on September 6 with  the Bluegrass International Cup.  The Kentucky Cup 14 goal tournament which will start a week later takes place at historic Mt. Brilliant Farm, will be conducted on three of the best polo fields in the Midwest and South. The Bluegrass International Cup will highlight the opening weekend while also benefitting The Fayette Alliance (http://www.fayettealliance.com) and Markey Cancer Foundation (www.markeycancerfoundation.org).

Played on some of the most beautiful and best maintained fields in the mid-west, Polo in the Park has hosted Crab Orchard, Villa del Lago, Orchard Hill, Isla Carroll, Riverview, White Birch, Hillcroft, Sophisticated Living, Mt. Brilliant and Faraway polo teams. Some of the more notable players to join the fray include Memo Gracida, Julio Arellano, Julian Daniels, Sugar Erskine, Pelon Sterling, Hector Galindo, Bete Donovan, Nacho Figueras and Nic Roldan. The format of the tournaments lends itself to sorting horses and players for the high goal season later in the year, as well as a place for up and coming players to establish their handicaps. Safety and fun are all important as the footing on the fields and the care of the horses come first and foremost. The area is home to two world acclaimed equine hospitals, Hagayard Davison McGee and Rood and Riddle, and who have staff on hand for all games.  Highly trained paramedics are on hand for all games.

What to do between polo games? Concurrently, The Keeneland September Yearling Sale, the largest of it’s kind will take place beginning September 9.   The Kentucky Horse Park, the host to the 2008 World Equestrian Games, Land Rover Three Day Event, High Hope Steeplechase (to be held Sunday, September 22) to name a few as well as the daily Parade of breeds and the Museum of the Horse, to name a few. The famed Horse Capitol of the World, has plenty of beautiful Thoroughbred farms which are also available to tour through Horse Country Tours (http://www.visithorsecountry.com).

If you are looking for a break from horses, there are plenty of Bourbon tours in the area, including Woodford Reserve, Maker’s Mark and Four Roses as well as the newly opened Castle & Key distillery.  The microbrewery scene is another fixture in Lexington, featuring Country Boy, West Sixth and Blue Stallion to name a few besides Alltech which hosts a beer and bourbon tour located on the edge of downtown.  If you like hiking and the like, the Red River Gorge provides a plethora of trails and interesting sites. Kentucky is also known for its caves, a hour drive will get you to some of the most interesting formations in the country.

There are plenty of restaurants in the downtown area, including Dudley’s, Distilled at Gratz Park, Le Deauville, The Blue Heron, Toney’s Stakes & Seafood, Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse, Portofino, Windy Corner, The Grey Goose and Nick Ryan’s, just to name a few. If you are looking for something a bit more quiet, Midway is a quaint town, reminiscent of a movie set, the town has shops and restaurants to suit most tastes.

We strive to make the month a fun filled time and hope that we can accommodate those interested.

For more information, email Gay Bredin at gay@mtbrilliant.com.