This year The Great Food Company were asked to cater for one of the greatest tournaments for Polo’s top players and finest horsepower at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club in Windsor.
This year marked the 30th Anniversary of the tournament bestowed to the club by its first member H.R.H Prince Charles.
The lawn was adorned with over 75 Aston Martins including prestigious and heritage models right through to the latest supercars, a chance to see all of these models all gathered in one place is a rare and not to be missed experience.
TGFC’s three course lunch included a starter of seasonal Heirloom Beetroot and Goats Cheese Salad decorated with edible flowers and herbs of green and white in tribute to Aston’s colours, supplied by Maddox Farm in Devon.
Main course was succulent French trimmed Chicken Supremes wrapped in Prosciutto accompanied by buttered Jersey Royals, vinaigrette French beans and a creamy Tarragon Gloss.
Whilst guests dined they could view paintings, sculptures and works by some of the most accomplished equestrian and Polo artists.
The dessert was canapes of Lemon Curd Meringues, Gooey Chocolate Brownies and Crème Patisserie and Blackberry Tartlets.
After Lunch guests were invited to watch a spectacle of fashion on the catwalk where the latest summer outfits were modelled.
The superb high-goal tournament final, the Prince of Wales Trophy, was won by Valiente Dubai beating Apes Hill in the eighth Chukka. Then followed by The David Brown Trophy, played in honour of the longstanding Chairman of Aston Martin where team Vantage got the upper hand over Lagonda