Polo is one of the oldest sports in the world, and also one of the most exciting. It combines all the speed and thrill of hockey and basketball with the grace and power of highly trained horses. Plus, it has divot stomping, the only halftime ritual to include champagne! If thundering down the field on a polo pony, the wind in your hair, as you fight for the glory of your team sounds like a great way to spend an afternoon, Chukkar Farm is the place for you.

polo pony leg protectionPolo dates back thousands of years and has remained largely unchanged since it began as a cavalry training exercise in ancient Persia. We’re not training warriors anymore, but polo hasn’t lost its edge. Just like in basketball, players compete fiercely for control of the ball. Doing it on horseback just makes it that much more exciting. Divot stomping at half-time gives spectators the chance to stretch their legs, chat, enjoy a glass of champagne, and make the field safer for horses and riders by repairing holes made in the grass during play.

Here’s a few easy ways to get started with polo at Chukkar Farm:

  • Come see a match. What better way to see what polo is all about? The season starts back on May 7. Watching polo can be just as much fun as playing it. Wear your best hat and come prepared to stomp those divots!
  • Bring a group for one of our Polo Experience Packages. A great step for beginners (even those who have never ridden a horse before). Whether for birthdays, the most unique team-building event ever, or just because, Chukkar Farm group outings are unforgettable.
  • Take some lessons. Chukkar Farm offers polo lessons from an award-winning instructor year-round, for juniors and adults. Never ridden a horse? No equipment? No problem. We provide training and equipment, including polo ponies.

Ready to get started? Call Chukkar Farm Polo Club in Alpharetta.

Polo matches and practices are NOW OPEN to spectators.

Please note, we are working with the county to acquire a permit for weddings and concerts. Until our permit is issued we will not be able to host any weddings or concerts.

Thanks for your understanding. We will update here when we are open for weddings and concerts again.

You have Successfully Subscribed!