Gardnertown Polo Club, established in 1990, is one of the oldest-running arena polo clubs in the Northeast. Our indoor polo club plays host to some of the greatest riders and best-trained horses in the Newburgh area. We have recently competed in the U.S. Polo Association's (USPA) National Interscholastic Championships. Whether you are a professional polo player or a novice, Gardnertown Polo Club is right for you. Our membership includes beginner and advanced polo lessons. We employ USPA-rated players and umpires at our farm to ensure a great learning environment for all.

Indoor polo is a good way to keep your game and your horses tuned for next year's outdoor season. Call 845-564-6658 to learn more about how you can become a member of Gardnertown Polo Club.

On March 29th Gardnertown Polo will host its Annual Benefit Game. This years charity is the Work To Ride Program from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Executive Director Lezlie Hiner started this now famous outreach two decades ago at the Chamounix Equestrian Center. Work to Ride provides activities that promote discipline, self-esteem, motivation, social development, life skills, academic achievement and physical fitness through year round programs that encourage long term participation.

There will be a youth game featuring the Work to Ride team versus the local Gardnertown interscholastic team at 11:00am followed by the benefit game at 1:00pm.

Corporate sponsors and friends include Boston Provident, LP, Goldman Sachs, Palmer Cocoa Butter, HedgeServ Corporation, AlphaServe, Nirvana Solutions, Bloomberg, Fund Tax Services, Janet & Ray Durso, Kathy Grayson, Anne Harnes & Friends, Josh Sidd & Family, Williams Trading, Rusk Wadlin Heppner & Martuscello LLP, Chis Green & Family, Keefe Bruyette & Woods, Fidelity Prime Services, SEC Compliance Consultants, Access Securities, BDO, Miller & Miller Insurance and others.

Please take the time to read this Sports Illustrated article that describes the program.

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For more information on the Work to Ride program visit