Oct 06, 2020 5:40 PM
The 2021 winter season is right around the corner! Club practices at Port Mayaca Polo Club (PMPC) in Okeechobee, Florida, will begin in early December and are open to Club Members.
PMPC will open their tournament season with the 6-goal Stephen Orthwein Memorial Family Cup from beginning January 12 through 24, 2021. Between January and April PMPC will be hosting 8-goal, 14-goal and 18-goal leagues. Featured USPA national tournaments will include the Regional President’s Cup, Heritage Cup™ and Butler Handicap®.
Port Mayaca Polo Club is also thrilled to be a part of the U.S. Open Women’s Polo Championship™ for the third year, hosting all preliminary games (March 10-200 at PMPC. Similarly, the Tabebuia Cup, beginning March 2, will be played at two levels for the first time, 12- to 14-goal and 18- to 22-goal, allowing U.S. Open Women's Polo Championship™ competitors the opportunity for a warm up.
PMPC is proud to unveil some highly-anticipated developments debuting this winter. Beginning in December the Polo School at Port Mayaca will be open for business with instructors and horses on site. Also with the arrival of several new lot owners joining the club, Port Mayaca will undergo barn construction and new farm development over the next few months. The Club Cantina will also be open this winter.
There is limited stabling still available. If you are considering Port Mayaca Polo Club for your stabling or have questions about membership options or the polo school, please contact Laura Linfoot Townsend at email@example.com or (772) 228-0115 as soon as possible to reserve a spot.
Effective Date: Saturday, May 16, 2020
The suspension of USPA Tournaments and Events will be lifted for USPA Member Clubs in locales where hosting polo matches and tournaments is permitted under applicable state and local laws, executive orders and similar decrees. The USPA Member Clubs in these locales are encouraged to follow all such requirements of their state and local authorities with respect to polo operations. In addition, we also encourage all USPA Member Clubs to take the precautions recommended by the CDC. We are preparing a detailed list of best practices for USPA Member Clubs as they return to hosting USPA Tournaments and Events and plan to circulate these guidelines within the next week. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and will notify you if we determine a different course of action is necessary.Read More