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Polo: An Aiken tradition since 1882

We’re celebrating 134 consecutive years of polo on Whitney Field, home of some of the finest and fiercest in the world. More than a century and a half ago, Aiken became a retreat for the “Winter Colony,” and high society kept cash and brandy flowing. They shaped much of Aiken in their image and its ambience was influenced by equine sports, including polo. Aiken was by the turn of the 20th century the polo capital of the South. We appreciate our glamorous past and look forward to an exciting future.

Join us for the first Sunday Game of the season, April 24 at 3:00 pm. This game is tailgating only: the Alan Lyle Corey III Pavilion will open on Sunday,  May 1.

Need the full tournament and game schedule? Click here!

Read: Polo Has Huge economic Impact for Aiken »


OurSponsors

Aiken Polo Club is grateful for the support of sponsors past and present, and we ask that you support them in return.




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Write Your Name Into History

Buy a commemorative brick and be forever linked to Aiken Polo Club, and the great players and horses that have participated in polo on Whitney Field for more than 130 years. Last year, we built a new viewing pavilion as part of a complete restoration of Whitney Polo Field. In its first season of use, spectators at Sundays games increased significantly, and the project won a 2015 Preservation Award from the historic Aiken Foundation.


BUY A BRICK, LEAVE A LEGACY