The historic and famous Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup Polo finals  are held here at the Cowdray Park Polo Club, Midhurst, West Sussex every year in July.  It is the highlight of the UK polo competition calendar, equivalent to the FA Cup final for soccer.  Set in the grounds of the Cowdray Park estate, it is the perfect setting on a hot Summer’s day.

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Jaeger - Lecoutre Gold Cup - Cowdray Park Polo club

This event formerly known as the Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup is one of the premier polo matches in the British polo calendar.

The final is played at Cowdray park PC in Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 0AQ every year and this year on Sunday 19th July a crowd of 18,000 spectators are expected.

One of the highlights of this event is the luxury retail village, where Equestrian Art will be exhibiting the latest works by leading Briutish equestrian Artists.

Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup Final

The Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup Final is the climax of the British Open Polo Championship.  It has been the highlight of the polo social season since its inception.  Located at Cowdray Park just north of Goodwood in Sussex, the VC Gold Cup Final boasts a luxury shopping village in excess of 120 companies.