We are deep into beach read season — my favorite season! — and I must note that I think this is the perfect giveaway as we head into a long weekend.

THE PRIZE: We have ten copies of High Season, which is the first book in a series of beach reads about the polo circuit that hot hot hot hot polo player Nacho Figueras is presenting (he didn’t write them, but he did essentially consult on them). Who doesn’t love books about people in tight white polo pants, I ask you? Let us flip over and read the back of the book:

World-renowned polo player and global face of Ralph Lauren, Nacho Figueras dives into the world of scandal and seduction with a new fiction series set in the glamorous, treacherous world of high-stakes polo competition.

Georgia never wanted to be a jetsetter. A plain old country vet was fine for her. But one distress call from her best friend and the next thing she knows she’s neck deep in the world of polo’s most elite international players–complete with designer dresses, fine champagne and some of the most gorgeous thoroughbreds she’s ever seen. Some of the most gorgeous men too…

Alejandro Del Campo needs his team to win the season’s biggest polo tournament or else he’s not sure how much longer they’re going to be in business. What he doesn’t need is some sassy new vet telling him how to run his business–and distracting him at every turn. But as they come closer and closer to the championship match, it soon becomes clear that Alejandro wants to win Georgia just as much as the tourney trophy. But can he ever convince her his world is where she truly belongs?

THE TASK: Imagine you are given a polo pony. (You can feel free to ride it or let it run free in the fields of your glorious farm or whatever you would like to do with it.) WHAT DO YOU NAME IT?
THE RULES: All entries must be posted in the comments of this post by 9 p.m. Pacific time on Friday.  FYI, if this is the first time you’ve commented here, the system will automatically kick you into comment moderation, but don’t worry, I will rescue you. (Prizing courtesy of the publisher; open to residents of the US and Canada only. Thank you!)