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Imagine a ball hit so hard ... that it comes at you at a speed of 110 miles per hour, so fast, you can hardly see it. Your job is to stay at a gallop, get your horse in line with the ball, and either pass it ahead to a teammate, or carry the ball down the field for an attempt at goal.

The 2,600 year-old game of polo is one of the fastest, roughest, and most dangerous sports played today.

Among team sports, polo is unique in two ways:

  • Amateurs and professionals regularly play together and against each other;
  • No matter how great his physical and mental skills, the player's performance is determined to a great degree by that of his athletic partners, his ponies.

The Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame is dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the development of the game by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections, as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to the sport.

Welcome to the Polo Museum and Hall of Fame website. When in Florida, we invite you to come by and experience our collection in person.

The Museum of Polo is available to host special occasions and meetings. Please contact us for details.


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