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Polo is one of the fastest, most exciting team sports in the world. There is no other experience like it. Polo draws individuals and families from all walks of life.
You may find yourself drawn to the speed and challenge of polo or to the experience of combining your passion for horses with a team sport. If you are interested in learning more about polo and if you would like to take a polo lesson, we can help connect you with a polo school in your area.
Where can I watch a polo game?
If you would like to watch a polo game, find a polo club in your area that offers Sunday Polo. Sunday Polo is a “traditional day of polo” and is generally open to the pubic. Some clubs charge an entry fee to the featured games while other clubs offer free general admission. The Sunday Polo experience is always a surprise to new spectators. Most clubs are very casual and offer an inviting venue with food and beverage concessions including field-side seating. Some clubs offer tailgating, which is a favorite pastime amongst the polo players. The games are announced by a seasoned commentator, who helps newcomers understand what is happening during the polo games. (more…)
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Frequently Asked Questions …
The 15 Questions You’ve Always Wanted To Ask About Polo
What are the different types of polo?
What is arena polo?
What Should I Wear To A Polo Match?
“I’d really like to see a polo match, but I have no idea what to do.”
Polo Lesson FAQ (more…)
Following is a list of specials offered by participating polo clubs across the country. Some clubs offer more than one special. (This offer is only valid first time polo students who are new to polo).
2 for 1 Polo Lesson Special
The lesson price varies per club and this offer is only valid first time polo students who are new to polo.
Polo Anyone? By Alex Webbe http://www.polo101.com Imagine a ball hit so hard that it is coming at you at a speed of 110 miles per hour! The ball is moving so fast you can hardly see it. Your job is to stay at a gallop, get your horse in line with this flash of white and either pass it ahead … [Read More...]
Arena Polo By Alex Webbe Arena Polo is played with three players per team in an enclosure that measures approximately 100 yards in length and 50 yards in width. Walls are suggested to be no less than 4’ in height. A regulation game consists of four chukkers/periods of seven and one-half … [Read More...]
Why Are They Called Polo Ponies? By Alex Webbe A group of reporters covering the Duchess of York’s visit to Palm Beach Polo and Country Club earlier this year were passing the time in the press tent discussing the game of polo. Most had never seen a polo match before and were curious … [Read More...]