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My Father insisted on bringing up Equestrians,
But I fell off the horse at age 8,
I didn't bring up mice, he said.
Get back up on the horse.
So I flew away, like a butterfly.
This is the most beautiful club I...More
We enjoyed the gift of an umbrella covered box. If you don't have that you better have a huge hat. It's hot in the grandstand and no shade. Bar serves up cold libations and there is a cafe to enjoy a light snack or lunch...More
Spent an afternoon here watching my first polo match. The stands have covered sections, so get there early if you want to be able to see and have shade. We got stuck in the nosebleed section for the first three chukkers (periods) and couldn't see...More
Was here for a lacrosse tourney (a bit different than the usual usage), and I couldn't believe how beautiful this place was. Has an old school charm with the clubhouse, and then has the stables and everything surrounding a gigantic pristine field of grass. Workers...More
Polo games begin at 1:00 and 3:00pm each Sunday May-October. A really fun outing for the family. Entrance fee of $10 for 18 and older included a lovely magazine and a complimentary glass of sparkling wine! They even had sparkling cider for kids and non-drinkers....More
The grounds are really kept up well. Easy access to parking lot or street parking. If you get here early you can park on street and save $$ but we preferred parking in the lot to be able to get things out of car as...More
This is a fun summer outing on the weekends. A lot of international teams visit for the season and there is a general small town feeling to a great sport. Which makes it accessible to more than one would imagine.