For centuries, horseshoes have been associated with good fortune, which is why homeowners hang them over doorways and brides lob them at groups of their single friends. Get hitched with this GrouponLive deal.
- $33 for two tickets to a polo match (up to $60 value)
- When: Any Sunday between April 27 and June 15; all matches begin at 5 p.m. See the schedule.
- Where: Houston Polo Club
- Seating: Red Oak Lawn
- Door time: 4 p.m.
Groupon customers can exchange their Groupons for tickets at the club entrance before heading into the parking lot. Parking is included, and children aged 12 and under are admitted at a discount price of $10 each. Men must wear collared shirts and closed-toed shoes.
The Scouting Report
As spring heats up into summer, Farish Field at the Houston Polo Club quakes under crashing hooves as polo matches unfold across the historic grounds. On May 11th, the track celebrates Mother's Day with the Ponies and Petals Cup, which also features a derby-hat fashion show. The season closes on June 15, when top young riders compete in the USPA Juniors Tournament and spectators observe Father's Day by complementing the referees with particularly warm "Atta-boys". Matches typically last between 90 minutes and an hour, and crowds can step away from the action to refuel with eats from the new Red Oak Grill, which serves food and drinks from Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. Fans can also stop by the Houston Polo Club Tack Shoppe to pick up polo souvenirs to remember their visit and maybe get an autograph from their favorite horse.
Houston Polo Club
Though it was carved out of rural scrubland in 1928, the Houston Polo Club now treats humans and hooves to gripping polo matches played on rolling greens situated on the outskirts of Memorial Park. At the heart of the club's 26 lush acres is Farish Field, home to weekly polo matches held every Sunday. Whether watching the action from Red Oak Lawn seating or brushing up on polo lingo from the shaded grandstand, spectators can witness all of the goals, bumps, and hooks that got horses banned from football. The club's many amenities—including restrooms and a full grill with food and catered concessions—keep spectators comfortable during the action. The Houston Polo Club also houses a polo school with lessons and leagues for spectators who want to take the field themselves, and a riding school with lessons for riders of all ages.
90% of 49 customers recommend
“Great experience! Get there early to secure a good spot on the red oak lawn seating area ”