ARRANMORE FARM AND POLO CLUB KICKS OF WEDNESDAY POLO JUNE 1

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(Oswego, IL – May 25th 2016) Arranmore Farm and Polo Club kicks off a new season of polo on June 1.  Each week from June 1st through September 14th, the club will host a late afternoon match for an enthusiastic public; both the serious equestrian set,and those looking to wind down after work. Attendees can tailgate with family and friends on the club’s pristine polo fields, while taking in a breathtaking game of polo.

Weekly offerings will include a signature fieldside barcart, and homemade empanadas along with other weekly specialties created by Naperville’s own, Terrell Cole, of Dark Horse Pastries.

Barrington Saddlery will also be on site each week with the Chicago Polo Mobile Boutique, featuring LaMartina merchandise straight to the field throughout the summer.

Wednesday Polo is a throwback to “backyard polo,” which has been a tradition in Chicago, and in particular Naperville/Chicago’s Western Suburbs, since the seventies. Looking for away to feed their passion for polo closer to home, a handful of Chicago-area families paved the way for today’s Chicago Polo season by bringing medium-goal polo home to their private fields.

About Arranmore Farm & Polo Club

Arranmore Farm & Polo Club is situated on three-hundred acres of family-owned and operated land on the edge of suburban Chicago. It is home to some of the most pristine fields in the United States and serves as headquarters for the Chicago Polo Season. Each summer season, the club hosts players from all over the world who are attracted by a shared passion for the sport and the club’s renowned Polo fields. Located forty minutes from downtown Chicago, Arranmore Farm & Polo Club has held private Polo matches since 1999, opening its gates for the club’s first public Polo matches in 2015. It’s summer calendar also includes a series of outdoor music concerts, festivals and charity events.

For more information about Arranmore Farm & Polo Club: arranmorefarmandpoloclub.com

Photo Credit: Time Stops Photography

Photo Credit:
Time Stops Photography