Outdoor Polo Lessons & Package
- Group $185
- Private $200
- Package of 10 for $1750 (good for group or private lessons)
- Saturday morning MRC clinics from 11am-12:30pm
- Monday, Wednesday & Friday based on availability
The trainers will meet you where you are in your abilities. Suitable for riders just starting out or for experienced players looking to refresh their skills.
Come enjoy this unique opportunity to learn the exciting game of polo in a safe, fun and relaxed environment.
Experience: Must have basic riding foundation, posting at the trot and confident cantering. Ability to control your balance and horse with all reins in one hand and a mallet in the other.
Recommended Polo Riding Attire: Riding gloves or other grippy gloves, as this helps with holding the mallet. Comfortable riding pants or jeans (white pants not required). Tall boots or short boots with chaps to help with grip and protection in the game. Helmet.
What to expect in a polo lesson:
Lots of new riding and playing vocabulary! Check out a polo lingo guide here
Learn how to rotate and hit a ball while in the saddle - video
Learn about using your legs to balance in the swing - video
Fun Facts about Polo:
Polo dates back to 600BC in China and Persia
Polo was used for training for war and was popular along the Silk Road
Polo was first brought to the USA in 1876, with the club established in NY!
Polo is considered a "mixed" sport, and men and women can compete on the same polo team.
Players are assigned a "handicap" based on their level of play, from -2 to 10 goals. A polo handicap is considered your "passport to the world."
Over 40% of the US Polo Association Members are women.