Wellington, Fla. – May 2, 2017 – Palm City Polo Club, in Boynton Beach, invites you to learn how to play the sport of kings! Palm City Polo Club (PCPC) in Boynton Beach features an experience of a lifetime opportunity for thrill seekers of all ages at PCPC’s polo school. You can learn to play polo in as little as two months, even if you have never ridden a horse before! PCPC’s talented coaching team offers the finest instruction for players of all levels.
“Palm City Polo Club caters to players new to riding and polo. Even if you have never been on a horse, our polo school is the best way to start learning and experiencing this incredible sport,” said owner Joey Casey, a top international polo professional who is also one of the instructors. “You can learn how to play polo this summer and be ready to participate in one of our tournaments by the time next season rolls around.”
Students at PCPC have access to the finest instruction in private lessons or basic riding clinics. PCPC offers a string of quality polo ponies that are gentle, safe and experienced. Polo ponies are available to ride in lessons, practice sessions and local tournaments.
“Joey Casey taught me everything I know. I learned to ride and play polo at the same time,” said Peter Nathanial, who began playing polo less than 5 years ago. “It’s fantastic to play here. Joey is very safety conscious and wants everyone to have a great time playing polo. It’s a fun, educational and supportive atmosphere here.”
A former 7-goaler, Casey brings more than 30 years of professional polo experience to Palm City Polo Club. In addition to his career as a professional player, his family has been breeding polo ponies for more than 40 years. He is recognized as one of the most experienced American players and horsemen in the sport.
In addition to Casey, PCPC School’s Mike Harris is the chief polo instructor. In addition to his extensive polo background, Harris is a well respect ed United States Polo Association A-rated umpire. In addition to teaching riders of all levels, Harris has officiated at some of polo’s most prestigious tournaments.
“Mike is one of the best instructors in the country. His knowledge and experience along with our string of lesson horses gives our students a complete package,” said Casey.