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Chukkers for Charity Polo Match & 
Classic Car Show, Franklin TN

September 12, 2015 @ 1:00 pm

Chukkers for Charity Franklin TNFor the third year in a row, Nissan will present Chukkers for Charity, a polo game and outdoor event held in Franklin, Tenn. Roldan, a world-class polo player and one of Town & Country’s Top 50 Bachelors will be a highlight of the September 12 event.

Chukkers returns for the 19th year to raise funds and awareness for the Rochelle Center and Saddle Up! This year the honorary co-chairs are Lexie Armstrong and Cathy Brown, and Patron Party co-chairs are Mary Kate Brown, Lisa McInturff, and Kim Williams. Auto Week is also a returning sponsor for the event as well as Lipman Brothers.

The event will also feature a vintage car show parade during half time, a silent auction and tailgating competition. The theme, selected by the co-chairs, is “Vintage French Circus.” Guests are encouraged to participate in celebrating the theme through the décor of their individual cabana tailgating headquarters, which will include black and white stripes with a pop of red.

The gates for the event will open at 1 p.m. for tailgaters and 2 p.m. for general patrons. The opening ceremony will be held at 2:45 p.m. with the polo match beginning around 3 p.m. Following the polo match, the Patrons’ Dinner will begin at 6:15 p.m.

For event day information and to purchase tickets please visit Chukkers for Charity.


In 1968, long time area educator W.R. Rochelle, began the foundation for the agency to offer supports for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. These supports would enhance skills necessary for these individuals to become as independent as possible in our community. Today’s Rochelle Center continues that mission with on-campus day programming in addition to residential services. For more information, call 601.254.0673 or visit the


The mission of Saddle Up! is to provide children and youth with disabilities the opportunity to grow and develop through therapeutic, educational and recreational activities with horses. Saddle Up! has served more than 1,300 children with disabilities, provided more than

50,000 hours of services, and cared for more than 130 noble horse since incorporating in 1991. Saddle Up! offers recreational therapeutic riding, physical and occupational therapy (called hippotherapy), a school-based equine assisted learning program, the Saddle Up! Equestrian Club, and workshops/seminars. More than 500 volunteers gave over 17,000 hours of service in 2014. Saddle Up! is a PATH Intl. Premier Accredit Center and the only member center in Tennessee of the American Hippotherapy Association. For more information, please visit