Polo Classic


Thank you so much for supporting our 2nd Annual Polo Classic on Saturday September, 18, 2021! Thank you to our donors, sponsors, volunteers, and attendees for making this Polo Classic are best one yet! To view our event program click here. Stay tuned for our 3rd Annual Polo Classic event date!

Click here to view event photos. Photography by: Huamani Photography
 


Sponsorship Opportunities
For more information please contact our Corporate Relations Manager, Paige Beyer, at paige.beyer@habitatmm.org.

For questions about our event, please contact our Special Events Manager, Lisseth Orellana, at Lisseth.Orellana@habitatmm.org.
 

Thank You to our 2021 Sponsors!

Cup Sponsors


      John & Suzanne Pranzatelli
 

Team Sponsors
Table Naming Sponsors

Assured Partners | Chubb
Making Air Right
 

Activity Sponsors

Clark Construction
FineWine.com
The Etergino Group – RBC Wealth Management

Mallet Sponsors

Brett and Janet Lambert
Hann Solutions LLC
Nick and Jennifer Serenyi
Waredaca Brewing Company
 

Special Thank You to our Event Partners!

Cabot Cheese
Congressional Polo Club
Corcoran Caterers
Everything Entertainment
FineWine.com
Huamani Photography
Kendra Scott
Mary LoGiudice
Sapphire
Scott Umosella
Simply Fresh Events
The Big Screen Store
The Surrey Two
Waredaca Brewing Company
Wise Moves
 

1st Annual Polo Match Photos

Polo 101
  • Polo is an international sport and a 2500 year old sport.
  • Polo is played on a ten acre grass field. 300 yards in length by 160 yards, which is the approximate area of ten football fields.
  • There are four period or “chukkars” in a match. Each chukkar is seven minutes long. Play begins with a throw-in of the ball by the umpire at the opening of each chukkar, and after each goal. Only penalties or injuries may stop play as there are no time-outs or substitutions allowed.
  • The mallet, made of bamboo shaft with a hardwood head, is the instrument used to hit the polo ball.