If you'd like to learn how to play polo, join our next "Learn to Play" clinic on June 4th!

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Join us for our 2023 Home Opener on June 17 at 2:00pm!

Come prepared with your leashed friends for a halftime parade: "Pups and Ponies

Gates open at 1:15 and admission is $25/car - proceeds go towards our weekly charity: Circle Tail!

Circle Tail was established in 1997 by Marlys Staley, who was a physical therapist who specialized in burn and wound care for 18 years. She was inspired to change careers after touring a training center for guide dogs in Florida, which compelled her to apply her background to a brand-new profession: training service dogs. Circle Tail’s first facility was just a barn on Staley’s Pleasant Plain property. Today, the property has a Living & Learning Center that houses adult dogs and provides a comfortable space for staff and volunteers. The center increases Circle Tail’s capacity for training and enhances the lives of our dogs and the people they serve. We have a modern training and education center where we perform obedience, agility, and nose-work training. The education center also has a grooming station and small dog supply store.

2023 Gate Fees Supporting Local Charity Partners

Our home field is located at Chatsworth Farm LLC:

10355 Dallasburg Rd, Loveland, OH 45140

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Winston Churchill once said ... “A Polo handicap is your passport to the world,” and he was right.

Since 1913, Cincinnati Polo Club has been providing the Queen City with unique family centered social and sporting events that help raise money and awareness to local charities. The Cincinnati Polo Club is a 501c3 tax exempt Nonprofit organization. Each game raises money for charity and we look to continue this good work and keep the exciting sport of polo in Cincinnati. We invite you to come and watch the Sport of Kings and enjoy what Polo has to offer the entire family.

After 7 wonderful years, it is time to find a new public polo field for the Cincinnati Polo Club.
The Polo Club would like to thank Tom and Dianne Wygle for their generosity in letting us play at the beautiful Chatsworth Polo Field in Loveland, and we look forward to this last season with you.

The Cincinnati Polo Club needs to find a public field for the 2024 season and beyond, and is looking for:
 15 flat acres, that drains well!
 Easy access for trailers (multi-horse) and cars alike
 A large indoor arena without glass or mirrors inside
 Is on the east side of Cincinnati, between Morrow and Batavia
That is the ideal!

A polo field is 300 yards long by 180 yards wide, the equivalent of 9 football fields. There needs to be parking for a minimum of 9 horse trailers, more when a visiting team comes in. The Cincinnati Polo Club has built up a great cadre of local non-profits and a loyal fan base, so adequate sideline parking is also needed, as is on-site storage of our AV equipment, goal posts, mower, SWAG, signage, pop-up tents, etc. A polo arena is 300 feet by 180 feet and can be indoor or outdoor, but needs high, solid walls and potentially netting. The arena would be used when the field is too wet to play on, as well as for lessons.
If you would be interested in becoming the new home of the Cincinnati Polo Club, please contact Club President Robert Reid at 513/227-3644 or robertreid111@hotmail.com.​

Interested in being a sponsor for our 2023 Season? Contact us today for more details!

2023 Sponsors of Cincinnati Polo Club