On Saturday we hosted Polo in the City again – another great turnout with sunshine, bubbly…oh and some horse-related action.

Check out this great photo taken by Event Planet to really show why it’s called Polo in the City!

Polo in the City in Centennial Park - photo by Event Planet

Polo in the City in Centennial Park – photo by Event Planet

 

Did you know the very first official polo match in Australia was held in Centennial Parklands? Read about this here.

Have a budding horse enthusiast on your hands?

Horse riding for everyone – that’s what we offer. Whether you have years of experience – or all you know is that horses have four legs – we have many horse riding opportunities for you!

Why not check out all there is to offer at the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre. From park rides to pony rides; horse riding lessons to stabling opportunities; pony parties to horse holiday camps.

Our commitment to horses and equestrian activities is far more than a one-day annual event – it’s a 365 day-a-year affair!

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Did you attend Polo in the City? Tell us about the day.

 

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