The Louisville Polo Club is Kentucky’s oldest polo club, operating in Louisville since the 1970s. We are a member club of the United States Polo Association (USPA), and part of a network of polo clubs across the U.S. and the world.
We play at Oxmoor Farm, 720 Oxmoor Lane, from June 1-Sept. 30 each year.
Oxmoor Farm is located behind the Oxmoor Center mall in St. Matthews. Turn at Shelbyville Road between Von Maur and Oxmoor Ford, continue down Oxmoor Lane to the end, and you will see our polo fields on the left.
For information on how to join the club, click here.
Spectators are welcome at all matches and practices! Bring lawn chairs, a picnic blanket and cooler and relax and enjoy the day or evening. Admission is free, except for some special events. Please check our schedule for details.
Play is dependent on weather. Matches or practices may be canceled or postponed due to rain, wet field conditions or extreme heat. It is possible for field conditions to be unsafe for horses and players due to previous rain even if the sun is shining, so check the schedule page for updates before heading out.
Many thanks to Rick DeLuca at WDRB television, our official Louisville Polo Club weatherman, for match forecasts.
Polo is a family-friendly sport! Children are welcome.
Dogs also are welcome, as long as they are on a leash. We ask that you observe this rule for the safety of the horses and players.
It’s a good idea to be aware of your surroundings at polo. Polo is an exciting game, with horses and balls traveling at high speed, and they may come close to the crowd.
Learn more about polo with the U.S. Polo Association’s Spectator’s Guide.
Vehicle tailgating and pop-up tents are allowed on all of our Oxmoor fields except our practice field. For special events, tailgating spaces may need to be reserved. Check our schedule for details.
Food and beverages are permitted at Oxmoor Farm.
What to Wear
We are often asked by new spectators what one should wear to polo. For daytime games, a hat and sunglasses are a good idea, and comfortable shoes for walking on grass are always the best choice. You will see all types of dress at polo. Practice nights are very casual, while on scheduled match days, some choose to dress up. Men often choose slacks or shorts and a collared shirt, while women often choose sundresses or dressier shorts, and sandals or wedges. There is no dress code, so make your style your own!