Stamp divots, bring a picnic, enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, and watch the action matching talented athletes and animals from around the country – both horse and rider making the fast-paced game entertaining from start to finish.
Two clubs and nine playing fields ensure that polo is played somewhere in the county at least three days a week in June and from July through Labor Day, every day except Monday. The game has been played in the shadow of the Big Horns since the 1890s, when ranching brothers William and Malcolm Moncrieffe, scions of Scottish nobility, introduced the game to their cowhands.
The Big Horn Events Center features polo every Sunday throughout the summer months, fielding teams from the Big Horn Polo Club, the oldest polo club west of the Mississippi.
For match schedules or contact: 307-674-4928 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Flying H Polo Club offers games every Saturday throughout the summer with preliminaries held on Thursday’s prior to the games. Featuring “high-goal” polo games. Bring your chairs or blankets for sitting on the grass or in the back of pickup and enjoy an afternoon of polo.