Malvern Bank Sponsors Brandywine Polo Club for 6th Consecutive Year

Malvern Bank Sponsors Brandywine Polo Club for 6th Consecutive YearCredit: Brandywine Polo Club

PAOLI, PA — Malvern Bank, National Association, was the presenting sponsor of the last match of the Brandywine Polo Club’s summer season. The Richie Jones Memorial Exhibition, named for an avid horseman and member of the Polo Club, was held October 18, 2020.

Brandywine Polo Club, a United States Polo Association club, brings the passion of polo and the spirit of the local community together every summer season. Located on 122 acres in the Brandywine Valley of Kennett Square, Pa., the Club was established in 1950 by James McHugh, a former Yale intercollegiate player. Today Brandywine Polo maintains its reputation as a vibrant East Coast club, hosting a four-month polo season with seven competitive tournaments and a successful polo school.

Malvern Bank established an equestrian business focus in 2017, offering horse owners, horse farms, and other equestrian-related clientele private banking and investment management services. The bank regularly sponsors other equestrian events, including:

  • The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, the longest-running and largest outdoor multi-breed competition in the U.S.
  • The Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show, the premier event for American Quarter Horse owners and exhibitors across the globe, held in Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • The Far Hills Race Meeting, one of New Jersey’s premier social and sporting events and one of America’s most popular steeplechase events.
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For information regarding Malvern Bank, National Association, please visit our web site at http://www.mymalvernbank.com.

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