January 1, 2024 – April 23, 2024
National Polo Center – Wellington, 3667 120th Avenue South, Wellington, FL 33414
Each January through April, the world’s premier polo players, and polo enthusiasts head to The Palm Beaches for top-level competition during Palm Beach International Polo Season. Located in Wellington, the National Polo Center presents weekly and often daily events.
2024 schedule coming soon!
Watching thrilling polo, having fabulous cuisine, everyone making a fashion statement, and veranda seating in one of the finest venues in Florida – this experience is a must-do. The National Polo Center in Wellington is the ultimate polo social scene.
The home of world-class equestrian competition, the National Polo Center (NPC) enables the United States Polo Association to showcase its tournaments and to develop American players. The center’s facilities included five fields, the Grandstand, restaurants, clubhouse, social club, swimming pool, gym, and tennis courts.
Wellington is equestrian central. Wellington International equestrian center hosts the Winter Equestrian Festival where, each January to April, riders from 2 to 70 years old and from Olympians to amateurs compete for millions in prizes atop more than 6,000 highly trained horses. The center is a sight to behold with more than 18 competition arenas on 500 acres of purely equestrian-focused grounds. The festival draws riders from every state and 52 countries as well as 250,000 spectators over the 13-week event. Each Saturday night, 10,000 fans fill the stands to enjoy the main event: the Saturday Night Lights Grand Prix, with the most celebrated jumping show of the week, entertainment, and 100-plus food and shopping vendors.
Beyond the playing field, there’s excitement to be had at Lion Country Safari just northwest of the International Polo Club Palm Beach. Feel like you’re on an African safari as you drive right past lions, rhinos, and gazelles at Florida’s only drive-through safari adventure. Get out of the car for a brief hike to experience Florida’s native species in their native habitat at the 30-acre Peaceful Waters Sanctuary.
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