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Generally polo is free to watch, only some of the bigger events are ticketed.
Typically an hour, consisting of four 15 minute chukkas (periods of play). Players change horses between chukkas.
For prestigious finals e.g. Queens Cup, Gold Cup, there is nothing too smart! For general polo matches, people dress very casually i.e. jeans.
Spectators are invited on to the field at half time to stomp the divots created by the horses. This gives the best playing surface possible and is a good chance to catch up with your friends!
Each time a player scores a goal (hits the ball between the posts), they get one point. The team with the most goals wins!
After each goal, the teams 'line up' in the centre and swap ends to keep it fair.
Polo is played on grass in the summer and in a sand arena during the winter.
During summer polo, there are 4 people on each team. In the arena, it is 3 against 3.
Lots of clubs offer lessons with no experience required! Use our handy tool above to contact your closest club.