All too often the horse world is viewed as an expensive, mystical, and antiquated society. Even for equestrians often understanding the difference between leads (horse gates,) why one rider won a jumping class over another, or why a horse is lame or acting odd without any visible signs is baffling. Not only do Boston Polo Club's instructors and staff strive to break down these barriers and help everyone understand all aspects of the horse community, but its culture also produces riders and members who will always go out of their way to share this knowledge and understanding with the greater community. There is nothing more rewarding to our members than sharing this incredible experience and understanding.
In addition to educating the public and teaching them about horses - teaching people to play polo, ride horses, and jump horses is our specialty! We love taking someone who has almost no horse experience and helping them learn polo and develop to the point where they can compete on the polo field with players who often have much more time but less quality training. Boston Polo Club merged from a polo school to a polo club by the need to provide a fun and productive environment for students and the polo community to further develop their skills. Unlike other polo clubs in the area steeped in tradition, politics, and hidden costs, Boston Polo Club stays away from all these things to make polo simple, pricing simple, and the traditions simple, to appreciate the equestrian activities and to want to share them with others. As the polo club developed we saw a great need to educate friends, family, and the community about other equestrian disciplines including dressage, hunters, and jumpers, seeing the same barriers to entry and mysticism as in polo. This is what let to the creation of the current Boston Polo Club and Equestrian Center. To further facilitate all these disciplines and our mission we acquired a very unique property which offers ample affordable on site boarding, a polo field, lighted outdoor polo arena, two other multi-discipline lighted outdoor arenas, and an indoor arena for year round diverse operations. We feature competitions on the property and take our participants to competitions off the property to give the full immersion in the equestrian world.
Whether someone wants to just stop by to tailgate at a polo match or watch a jumper show, train their horse for polo AND dressage, or just go out trail riding with their friends Boston Polo Club will support you all the way through. If you have any questions about our programs or how to get involved don't hesitate to stop by or call to talk!
See you on the field,
Manager and Head Instructor
Boston Polo Club
240 Andover St
Georgetown, MA 01833