Learn to Play Polo Programs

Introduction to Polo!

Join us for a group lesson to learn the basics! It’s an hour and half lesson to introduce polo to anyone interested in giving it a shot. This is a fun way to learn something new with your friends! If you get hooked, you can reserve a spot in the academy for the following week. The cost is $100.00 per person for the introduction lesson and includes everything you need.  Spaces are limited and filling up quickly.  Private lessons are also available with one of our professional players.  Contact Fran to sign up or for more information.

We are done for the 2021 season but dates will be published for 2022 starting in April. Check back for the updates!

The Polo Academy Program

The Academy is the perfect way to learn all the fundamentals of the game. This popular program is geared toward people with or without riding experience that want to learn a new exciting sport and build relationships in the community.  The Academy meets at the same time each week. Sessions will last about an hour and a half. If you miss one, fear not, there are plenty of opportunities for make ups. After each session, club members will play chukkers. You are more than welcome to stick around and watch.

We will provide everything you need to get the right start in polo, i.e. professional instructors, well-schooled safe polo ponies and all the equipment. We ask that you outfit yourself with white jeans or breeches, riding boots, gloves and helmet (see links below). Spaces are filling fast. Contact Fran for more information or to sign up.

We will be announcing Winter Polo Academy dates for 2021 shortly at Horse Park in Woodside and Spring/Summer 2022 dates at South Bay and Menlo Polo Club.

Equipment needed: White jeans or breeches, riding boots and helmet. We will have mallets and all other necessary equipment. If you don’t want to commit to a polo helmet and boots yet, a NOCSAE approved riding helmet and paddock boots with half chaps will work just fine too.

If you would like proper polo equipment rather than riding equipment the following are some links: