Three-time eventing Olympic medallist and Jeep ambassador William Fox-Pitt can this week be seen swapping jobs with world-renowned American polo player, Nic Roldan in a brilliant, equestrian-themed swap from Jeep, in which Fox-Pitt learns the basics of a sport he had never tried before. Check out how he and Roldan got on in completely new worlds below:
Teaching each other vital skills from the worlds of eventing and polo at Cowdray Park, West Sussex, the two educated one another in areas they could both do with some improvement, with brilliant results!
After the masterclass, the pair took part in a chukka, as the Olympian did his best to shine his polo skills.
Roldan commented: “Even though both sports are on horseback, I really had to focus on the show jumping challenge. It is very controlled as you have to make sure you have timed your rhythm and number of strides ahead of the jump – I didn’t want to knock the jump or make the horse, Rio, look bad in front of William."
Arriving for the Jeep Job Swap in their Grand Cherokees, they enjoyed the luxury of Jeep’s 4x4; a vehicle that has all the practical capabilities required for someone competing in an equine sport, including 3,500kg towing capacity and a brilliant 1,554 litres of rear boot space.
Packed with more than 60 safety and security features, including ParkView rear back up camera technology, the Grand Cherokee’s luxury interior offers a premium driving experience for those who want to get the best from their vehicle.
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