Jewelry designer and East Hampton native Susan Foster flies in every weekend from Los Angeles for the matches.
- At week four of polo not a NYC Real Housewife could be seen anywhere, it was Kardashian Day, as in Khloé Kardashian Odom
who flew in for an appearance at the SWAGG Lounge at the Bridgehampton Polo Challenge at Blue Star Jets
Khloé showed up looking stunning in a strapless, geometric print sundress that screamed Cleopatra
. It turns out Khloé is no stranger to the equestrian arts as she told Hamptons.com, "I have been riding since I was seven years old, I used to own three horses. I have done Dressage, I ride western and English, I love riding."
She also has a keen understanding of the game as she explained, "We were in Miami at a polo match and they actually let me ride a horse and I was taught polo by some of the polo players. It is so hard, but I love it."
Torra Matsuoka of Phao and Sen Restaurants of Sag Harbor.
No stranger to polo, Californian Khloé is also no stranger to the Hamptons either, although she admitted it has been a while, "When I was younger we used to come a couple of weeks every summer, but I haven't been here since we've been older. My sisters and I came here a week and a half ago for the QVC
event and it was beautiful. I forgot how gorgeous and beautiful it is in the Hamptons. That is why everyone comes here."
Always busy Khloé told us that she and her LA Laker husband Lamar Odom
have a unisex fragrance set to debut on Valentine's Day, the fifth season of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians
" airs August 22 and the Kardashian sisters' autobiography, "Kardashian Konfidential," comes our November 23.
Other notables that attended week four of polo were celebrity chef Bobby Flay
with his wife "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
" actress Stephanie March
. On the scene was Jason Binn
, as Flay graces the cover of this week's Hamptons Magazine
and Robin Quivers
of "The Howard Stern
Show" was also spotted hanging out and previewing the SWAGG mobile application at the SWAGG VIP lounge at the Mercedes-Benz
Polo Challenge at Blue Star Jets Field this past Saturday.
Adam Manson the owner of Panoramic Resorts Residences in Montauk with a few friends.
Apparently tweets and blogs were popping up across the country Saturday night as the news got out that former 'N Sync
boy band member and actor Lance Bass
was escorted off the grounds by police officers after having a drink thrown in his face by a female security guard. She thought he was out of line, but Bass says no disrespect and adamantly claims to have had only "two drinks" on his own tweets.
Charles Ferri and Michael Wudyka were all smiles inside the VIP tent.
For first time event sponsor and jewelry designer Susan Foster
, who flies in from LA every weekend, it is like coming home, "I am a proud participating sponsor because it is such a great event to raise money for the South Fork Breast Cancer Coalition. I was raised in East Hampton and my heart is here, so I fly in every weekend to be part of this great event." Foster's stunning creations are on display in the VIP tent.
Among the well known Hampton business faces that did not need to fly in were Adam Manson
the owner of Panoramic Resorts Residences in Montauk and Torra Matsuoka
and Jeff Resnick
Restaurants of Sag Harbor. Also spotted in the VIP tent were Charles Ferri
of Star Vodka
and Michael Wudyka
of the Enclave Inn
Another fantastic day in the sun that was pure Hamptons and, oh yes, there was also a polo match as this week Circa
teamed up against Caballeros for an exciting match-up in what is considered the world's oldest team sport. Circa took the day, 12-9, as too did Khloé Kardashian Odom.
Frequently mistaken for the "Most Interesting Man in the World" from the Dos Equis commercials and the iconic gray-bearded Sean Connery, DMH is the Senior Contributing Editor at Hamptons.com. www.hamptons.com