We encourage out of town visitors to come and play polo here. Please be sure to contact our manager Kristine Dalton before you come. She can help you with your plans, and make sure your polo vacation here is everything you hoped for!
Dues - Our season runs from June 1 through Labor Day. Dues are $4,000 for the season, or $650 per week. For those dues you will get 3 games/week (Wednesday and Friday practice game, and practice or tournament game on Sunday). Every person, player or groom, who rides at the club also pays an EMT fee of $75. If you or your family members are interested, the Polo School is available for children or adults, and the Margarita League games are a great 'stepping stone' from Polo School to Club chukkers.
Stabling / Housing - There is no stabling at the Big Horn Polo Club/Big Horn Equestrian Center. Several local land-owners have houses, pastures, corrals, or stabling availabe for lease. Contact Kris Dalton, or you may contact these people directly.
Wollenman Ranch - stalls, turn-out paddock, apartment. Click here for complete info.
Don King Days - At the end of the season is our famous Don King Days Tournament, with the finals held over Labor Day, a three-day celebration of polo, bronc riding, roping, and world-championship blacksmith competition. There is a separate entry fee for this tournament. Please contact Kristine if you are interested in participating in Don King Days. The goal level will vary from year to year. The club makes up teams from individuals who are entered but will try to accomodate teams or pairs who would like to play together.
Trailer Parking - When you come for games on the north end of the club, please park on the grass between the road and the Bird Farm, or on the grass area NE of the Don King Days field. For games on the south field, you may park around the edges of the field, or on the grass area in the SE corner. For games on the Sunday field, use the area immediately south of the clubhouse.
Stick'n'Ball areas will be marked each day with cones. Please respect those areas; stay within the cones! Mostly, use common sense. Avoid riding any horses on areas that have been recently watered.
Please avoid driving trailers behind the clubhouse...it creates a dust problem, and there are times when the clubhouse is rented out for private parties. They appreciate it when the rigs come in and go out using the road around the WEST side of the fields, along the road next to the Flying H Polo Club.
us for a summer of good polo in an area that has a multitude of
things to do and see!
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