The Seattle POlo & Equestrian club presents the
Intro to Polo Clinic
Saturday, June 15th
Sunday, June 16th
Saturday, June 22nd
Seattle Polo is providing an introduction to Polo Program specially designed for adults looking to try a new sport. You'll learn the basics of polo and how riding for polo compares to other equestrian sports. For anyone wanting to learn polo and take lessons, the intro to polo clinic is strongly advised. The clinic is where you'll learn rules of the game and get the foundations a player needs to play in chukkers with other players.
The clinic consists of a morning session with covering horsemanship and technique followed by lunch and an afternoon session with more instruction and a scrimmage. You'll be on a horse in the morning to learn how to hit a ball and in the afternoon for scirmmage. Professional polo players will guide your every move to help make your experience fun and educational.
This is a great way for you to experience polo in a safe and controlled atmosphere. Riding experience helps, but is not required to learn polo. You'll need your riding helmet, jeans, a comfortable shirt and riding boots with a heel. We'll provide mallets and the polo horses.
Basic horse care & prep for polo
Basic swing with foot mallet practice
Horse tack and equipment for polo
Riding skills for polo
Basic hitting Techniques on wooden horse
* Riding - stick and ball
Polo rules and strategy introduction
* Riding - Scrimmage
Seattle Polo & Equestrian Club offers polo instruction throughout the summer. Player can take individual instruction, join a group lesson or compete in coaching league chukkers. There are a lot of options to select that best fit your schedule and enthusiasm.
Polo School options
Coaching league practice chukkers
Pro pool club chukkers
After the intro to polo clinic, students move into coaching league chukkers or private polo lessons. Coaching chukkers are done weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 6pm. Individual lessons are scheduled around practice, but mostly weekday afternoons between 1-5pm.
More info on the polo school
The Seattle Polo & Equestrian Club is centrally located in the Seattle Tacoma area just outside Enucmclaw Washington. The facility is located less than an hour from downtown Seattle, 45 minutes from Bellevue and 30 minutes from Tacoma.
25901 SE 400th Street
Enumclaw Wa. 98022
Clinic runs 9am to 4pm and includes lunch.
Cost $300 per person. A $100 desposit is required to secure your spot. Space is limited to 8 players for each day.