Thu

May

6

Regional President's Cup

New Bridge Polo & Country Club

5:00 PM ET

Foxdale Equine

SIG

Fri

May

7

Regional President's Cup

New Bridge Polo & Country Club

5:00 PM ET

Peachtree

Upatoi Green

Sun

May

9

Regional President's Cup

New Bridge Polo & Country Club

5:00 PM ET

TBA

TBA

Wed

May

12

Open National Interscholastic Championship

Virginia Polo Inc.

2:00 PM ET

Gardnertown Polo Club

Lancaster-WTR

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Thu

May

6

Regional President's Cup

New Bridge Polo & Country Club

5:00 PM ET

Foxdale Equine

SIG

Fri

May

7

Regional President's Cup

New Bridge Polo & Country Club

5:00 PM ET

Peachtree

Upatoi Green

Sun

May

9

Regional President's Cup

New Bridge Polo & Country Club

5:00 PM ET

TBA

TBA

Wed

May

12

Open National Interscholastic Championship

Virginia Polo Inc.

2:00 PM ET

Gardnertown Polo Club

Lancaster-WTR

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Start Your Own Interscholastic Team

To compete in Interscholastic (IS) Polo, a team must be from a USPA Member School or be comprised of students that reside within 100 miles of a USPA Member Club. The Interscholastic program is for players in grades 7-12, who are capable of tournament level polo and riding unfamiliar horses.


USPA Requirements

If you are a USPA Member Club:

1. Register your Interscholastic team by October 1st by submitting the Intent to Compete Form, $100 I/I Magazine Fee, and tournament entry fee.

Each USPA Member Club can field multiple teams, comprised of either all boys, all girls, or a mix. There are separate divisions for Girls’ and Open. All teams are required to play at least two regular season games against other IS Teams in their region. Visit the Interscholastic Page to view additional team and player requirements. All registered teams that complete all necessary paperwork, fees, deadlines and game requirements, are guaranteed a spot in a tournament.


If you are NOT a USPA Member Club or School:

1. Register your polo club, school or pony club with the USPA.

Visit our USPA Club Page for complete Club Application and information on becoming a USPA Member Club or School. If you are a school, a letter from the institution needs to accompany the application, stating that polo is recognized as a sport or club at the school. Once your club status is approved with the USPA, follow above guidelines on how to start competing. Once you are a registered, you can apply for I/I Start Up & Enhancement programs, which include funding, mentoring & umpire support.

If you are considering competing this year, please contact Amy Fraser at afraser@uspolo.org.

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