The Cowboy and the King

Cecil Smith, despite his polo prowess, had difficulty breaking into the elite sport. He was prevented from playing in Meadowbrook, the home of polo, by virtue of being a Texan cowboy. It was Tommy Hitchcock, the king of polo himself, who silently advocated for his inclusion; having seen Cecil play, he was itching to play against him to see if a worthy rival had finally emerged. And Cecil didn’t disappoint, masterfully beating Hitchcock and his team during their first match together.
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