Livery

We are now accepting a limited number of non-polo full livery clients at Stewarton Polo Club.  

Our quiet, friendly yard is located just 10 miles from Edinburgh City Centre between South Queensferry and Winchburgh.

Livery clients can enjoy:

  • high quality stables in a large barn, where you can have plenty of peace to enjoy your horse.

  • A huge 50m x 100m outdoor arena (that can fit 3 dressage arenas in i)t! 

  • A lit indoor arena for flatwork (27m x 17m)

  • 1 mile exercise track

  • Lovely off road hacking including the five furlong gallops

  • Spacious and well maintained paddocks 

  • A heated members room to grab a coffee

  • A locked tack room for your tack

  • Trailer/Lorry parking

 We include one free lesson per month in a group lesson for our livery clients.  This can be used for yourself or your partner/child over 12.  There is no pressure at our yard to take up polo, but we love to share our passion for the sport and give our clients the chance to discover polo and get to know our extended Stewarton family of friendly members enjoying horses!

Call Karina on 07974 706045 for further info or message us.



Polo Camp

Why should the kids have all the fun. The members asked for it, we are delivering it. A brilliant weekend of Polo, food and too much alcohol!!

Bring your ponies, tents, Horseboxes or whatever you want to stay in. The weekend will brush up your technique, refine your tactics and provide much revelry.

July 12-14th. Not to be missed!!

Westfield Wizards win Frostbite League

The Frostbite League is always a great way to warm up for the Summer season and is thoroughly enjoyed by all participants even on the coldest days.

This year saw some hard fought matches and very excitingly came down to the last match between Silver Foxes and Westfield Wizards to decide the League.

Both teams needed to make a substitute due to exams calling away their players and both subs acquitted themselves admirably. That match started off neck and neck and it looked like Silver Foxes were the stronger side but in the third chukka the Wizards got the wind in their sails and ran out the winners

Summer Season

Summer season is just around the corner and we will be hoping it is as great as last year. We open on April 10th after a short break.

We have Polo planned for our seasoned players and for absolute beginners. The club is hosting both a women’s and mixed tournament plus there will be regular matches just for our members.

As well as Polo, we have plenty planned on the social side too. Our start of season bbq is on April 27th and after then we will be having a bbq lunch after Saturday chukkas. I am sure there will be a couple of nights out too

Come and join us this season. We would love to welcome you into our Polo family.

Learn Polo in 2019

So a New Year is about to begin, full of exciting possibilities. What to change, what to keep and what new things to do. Polo might not be the first thing to enter your mind but from our clients perspective they say it is life changing.

Here at Stewarton our members refer to themselves as the Polo family. Not only have they learned a great sport, had lots of fun but they have made some of the most supportive friends anyone could want.

If you are thinking of learning, the early months of the year are the best time. If you learn in Winter you are ready to play for Summer when the most fun happens.

Get in touch today to start your Polo journey. It really is the start of a whole new life.

Winter Season

Those long, sunny days seem a long time ago as I sit in the office writing this with the wind blowing like crazy outside but just because the days are colder the action has not cooled down. After our end of season break we are back full throttle into Winter season.

This week we welcomed back all the university students from last year and met a whole lot of new university teams this year.

Many of our Summer members are continuing through the Winter as this really is the best time to improve your Polo and get it upgraded a level by the Summer. Year after year we see those who continued to play the arena season reaping the rewards when we hit the grass in April.

As always we continue to offer lessons for beginners through the Winter so if you are tempted to have a go,now really is the best time to start so you are up and runnig in time for Summer.

We have have full social calendar planned starting off with the change of season dinner and the fabulous new restaurant Scott’s which has opened in the marina in South Queensferry.

Come and join us for an action packed Winter.

Dodson & Horrell Polo Championships

We were blessed  by the weather doing the right thing at the right time with enough rain to soften the previously hard ground in the week before the tournament and dry weather on the weekend.

It was a fantastic weekend with  8 teams entering overall, 4 in each section.  Stewarton put out some of their inexperienced players for a first run out in the tournament and these players acquitted themselves very well.  Although the teams did not come home with any spoils, the upper sector team put on a strong performance to beat an experienced Errol side on Sunday

Burnfoot won the upper section ably captained by former high goal player, Alasdair Archibald playing alongside his young guns.  The lower section was won by a tried and tested Kinross side who benefitted from years experience playing together.

It was a fantastic weekend and one we are looking forward to repeating next year

Dodson & Horrell to Sponsor Tournament

We are delighted that Dodson & Horrell will be sponsoring our annual tournament on August 4th/5th.  The tournament attracts players from all over Scotland and will be a wonderful event

Dodson & Horrell are Europe's leading horse feed manufacturers and backed up by expert nutrionist it is a winning team. 

If you would like like to come along to watch, entrance is free.   Please bring a picnic and wear casual clothing.  Play starts at 1pm

Edinburgh Tournament

It was close but no cigar at the Edinburgh tournament at the weekend. After six long years the team pulled off a surprise win against Dundee and Perth on Saturday to send them to the final.

Awaiting them in the final was a very good Edinburgh side so it was always going to be a tough match. The first chukka the Edinburgh team got off to a flyer helped along by some penalties. The rest of the match was equally hard fought with the Edinburgh team putting in an excellent performance to win.

Not a bad first outing. Lessons have been learned and now the team is eagerly looking forward to the Border Reivers tournament in June.

Frostbite League

We have reached the half way point of the Frostbite League and seen some excellent matches.  Not Fast, Just Furious have really dominated the league so far with team captain Fabienne Renfrew proving very quick on the ball.  Ably back up by her teammates they have been the team to beat.

We look forward to rest of the games to see who comes out on top but at the moment Not Fast, Just Furious look difficult to beat.

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Spring News

We are entering Spring although it doesn't feel like it yet with freezing temperatures and snow on the ground.  Despite the cold the club is very busy with lessons and lots of people coming out with temperatures.  Many honing their skills before the Frostbite League starts on February 18th.

We have five teams entered for the Frostbite League.  The teams are made up of one beginner, one novice and one more experienced player and will be the first opportunity for our beginners to experience match play.  Matches will take place on Sundays at 2pm.  Spectators are welcome.

Later on in Spring will be our Arena tournament on March 24th/25th where we look forward to welcoming teams from other clubs.  It is hoped we will have a novice section and a section for the more experienced players.  It will be a lovely way to see out the arena season before hitting the grass on April 1st.  Let's hope by then the weather is a lot warmer

2018 A Look Ahead

We have a fantastic year in 2017 with the club achieving considerable growth both in members and facilities and we expect the club to continue to grow in 2018

The year starts off with the Frostbite League in February.  A league for our members to warm up their skills for the Summer season and for some of the newer players a chance to have their first experience of competitive play.

In March we are taking members and anyone else who would like to join in over to Sotogrande, the mecca of European Polo, for a Polo holiday.  Always nice to play in the Sun at that time of year!  It is suitable for any standard and one of our members had only had a couple of lessons before the last holiday we ran and even then she was fairly new to riding so please let us know if you would like to come along.  It will cost roughly 450 euros per day, all inclusive plus flights.

April sees us start the Polo Challenge.  This amazing event is for three lucky people who have never played Polo before but would welcome the opportunity to take part in Polo boot camp and train as a team to play a tournament at the end of the two months training.  It is a life changing experience.

In June we have a six week course starting again for those new to Polo but this course is a lot less intensive than the Polo Challenge.

July brings the holidays so we will be running Polo holidays at ours and having a tournament.  The holidays will be full days of Polo with some time off to see the sights  of Edinburgh

All in all it is a packed schedule and we would love you to join us for some of the events or to learn Polo in our dedicated Polo school.

 

Christmas Vouchers

It's that time of year again.  Food and wine and promises of things to come.  Why not buy your loved ones something they will really enjoy in the New Year?  A Polo lesson voucher.  Always a welcome present and sure to bring a smile to anyone's face.  To get your voucher just go here and click on either group or private lesson voucher.  No stress, no wandering around shops, just a couple of clicks and you are done!

Winter Season

The nights are drawing in and there is a distinct chill in the air which means a sad goodbye to Summer.  Thankfully, the Polo does not stop there.  We have a full Winter programme, not only with Polo but a few club nights out for good measure.

On Sundays we will be heading to the pub for a late lunch after chukkas.  Friends and family are welcome to join in.  The club has a break over Christmas and then in February the Frostbite League starts.

New players are welcome to join us and for those who have never tried Polo before we have lessons available too so why not kick out the Winter blues and join us?