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Opening Day at Greenwich Polo Club Set for June 9

Opening Day at Greenwich Polo Club means that summer has finally arrived. On Sunday, June 9 the first public match of the 2019 season will take place between The Island House (Peter Holowesko A, Toro Ruiz Jorba 7, Santino Magrini 4, Peke Gonzalez 5) and Hawk Hill (Philip MacTaggart A, Segundo Merlos 3, Dylan Rossiter 5 and Gringo Colombres 7) at 3:00pm. The gates open at 1:00pm. There is truly no better way to spend a summer day, soaking up some rays and sipping on your favorite drink. Tickets are available online. Continue Reading →

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High-Goal Polo Gallops Back to Greenwich Polo Club for the 36th Season on June 4

Each polo Sunday from 1:00-3:00pm, fans can also tour The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, dedicated to promoting education and appreciation of contemporary art and design, which is located adjacent to the field and is featuring a new exhibit.
Also, Greenwich Polo Club is launching a new round trip shuttle service, Pony Express, between Manhattan and Greenwich Polo Club each polo Sunday. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Polo Club, July 17 Butler Handicap Tournament to Feature Hat Contest, Tesla “Horsepower” Event

This Sunday’s final of the 20-goal Butler Handicap polo tournament at Greenwich Polo Club, you can test drive a Tesla Model S P90D, stomp the divots, enter a hat contest, and much more. The event is open to the public. Tickets can be purchased online in advance. Continue Reading →

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TESLA: “Future Transport Pod” with GHS Social Studies Teacher’s Seal of Approval

It was hard to miss the Tesla team at Sunday’s polo matches. Their message was succinct: Forget the gas-powered car. Osprey Imaging was able to record the grand entrance onto the polo field with one of their drones. This is the first season Greenwich Polo Club is using drone technology to capture a new perspective on the sport. The overhead view is an ideal way to see the action and individual moves of players and horses. Continue Reading →

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