Calling all women arena polo players! Don’t miss the chance to compete in the USPA Women’s Arena Open & USPA Women’s Arena Handicap.
Become a part of history by playing in the fourth annual 12- to 15-goal USPA Women’s Arena Open and 7- to 10-goal USPA Women’s Arena Handicap, which represents the highest level of women’s arena polo competition currently played in the United States. The entry fee per team is $1,000. The Open and the Handicap will each have $2,500 prize money, split between first ($1,500) and second place ($1,000).
Do not miss this opportunity to compete alongside some of the highest-rated women arena players in the nation, in a national USPA tournament. A landmark event for women’s polo in the Association, all games (excluding consolation matches) will be livestreamed for both tournaments on Global Polo TV.
As a National USPA Arena Event, the USPA Women’s Arena Open and USPA Women’s Arena Handicap are qualifying tournaments for all amateur players -1 through 3 goals to earn points towards the National Arena Amateur Cup (NAAC) which will be held at Legend’s Polo Club in Kaufman, Texas, in November 2020. Points will be based on the number of teams and team standing in each tournament. All points will be awarded to each team member, not the team as a whole.
Want to take part in the action?
The tournaments will be held at Great Meadow Polo Club in The Plains, Virginia (5089 Old Tavern Rd, The Plains, Virginia 20198)
Located 45 minutes from the nation’s capital, Washington D.C., and only 20 minutes from the self-proclaimed “nation’s horse and hunt capital” in historic Middleburg, Virginia, Great Meadow Polo Club holds its own as arguably the arena polo capital of the nation. Tree-lined and elevated berms offer stunning views of open horse country with crowds reminiscent of the golden age of polo. Arena polo is alive and well at this Eastern Circuit club and Great Meadow Polo Club offers insight into one of the many ways clubs can secure the future of polo.
Interested in competing?
Tournament Dates: Wednesday, September 30 – Sunday, October 4, 2020.
*Specific playing dates for each tournament will be determined closer to the start date once all entries are submitted.
For more information or to enter a team, please email Manager@greatmeadowpoloclub.com or contact John Gobin at (561) 373-5124.