Groups of all experience levels learn hitting technique and game rules, then test their skill in a postlesson polo scrimmage
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Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for two one-hour group polo lessons (a $180 value)
- $42 for four one-hour group polo lessons (a $360 value)
Lessons are held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday afternoons in Newbury, MA.
Lessons are held at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday afternoons in Rowley, MA
In a small paddock, groups mount their steeds to learn the rules of polo and how to hit the ball from atop a horse. No experience is necessary, and students get to participate in a scrimmage at the end of the lesson. Helmets are provided, although customers may bring their own if they wish.
Need To Know
About Stage Hill Polo
As the head of Stage Hill Polo, owner and instructor Peter Poor—who has been featured in the Boston Globe—draws on more than 50 years of polo experience to teach the game to students of all skill levels. After guiding students to their provided horses and mallets, Poor teaches his students all about polo strategies and the game's terms and phrases, such as "chukkers," "bumps," and "that's not a football." He holds lessons in a small paddock so that riders can learn the sport in a low-intensity atmosphere. Poor welcomes all skill levels and oversees friendly scrimmages during which students can put their newly acquired skills to the test.