If you want to catch the fast and furious pace of two world champions in action, the Albury equestrian centre is the place to be on Saturday and Sunday.
Hot-to-trot siblings Jim and Lucy Grills will take to the field for the NSW polocrosse championships after taking out best male and best female player respectively at the World Polocrosse Cup at Queensland in April.
They will team up with other world cup-winning players for the Albury-Holbrook club to compete at the two-day titles, which will feature 60 teams and up to 600 horses.
The event is one of the biggest on the NSW polocrosse calendar, according to organiser Elissa Koch, who said the local team should be poised to put on a strong show.
The championships are also an important selection event for the Australian titles in 2020 and the talented Grills players are in "fine form" after starring for Australia recently.
The host nation capped off a dream week when it defeated South Africa 34-21 in the world cup final.
Mrs Koch said this weekend would see men's, women's, open and junior events with play commencing at 8am until 4pm on Saturday and finals running through to about 3pm on Sunday.
Teams accrue points throughout the weekend across the various divisions with a championship club announced at the conclusion of the games.
Spectators are more than welcome; Mrs Koch said it was a fantastic opportunity to watch world-class players in action on our doorstep in one of the most exciting equestrian sports.