POLO AZTECA CLUB AND ACADEMY

Phone (623) 680-6215
info.poloazteca@gmail.com

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I need a horse to learn how to play polo?
A: No, our school will provide polo ponies, tack and all things needed for your lesson in our Polo Azteca Arena and Facilities.


Q: What should I wear for my lessons?
A: You want to bring boots or half chaps if you have them. Also,  wear jeans and depending on the season some layers of clothes such as jacket. also you want to use sun screen and a hat. if you have a equestrian helmet, feel free to bring it in.  No open toe Shoes!!


Q: Do I need to know how to ride?                                 A: No, we can also teach you riding as well. Your learning curve will be a little longer and your riding will be Polo riding instead or any other discipline. Even if you know how to ride, you will need to adjust and learn to ride as is done for polo.


Q: Is it expensive to learn how to play polo?

A: No, You are paying for the lesson, the pony rental, the arena and equipment. It's not expensive, you don't have to buy a horse, feed him, clean after him or pay for vet bills if he gets sick. no wear or tear on any equipment as well as no need to pay for any arena fees.                            


Q: How much does it cost to take a polo lesson?

A: the Cost per lesson is $75.00 dollars. Each lesson is about 1:30 to 2:00 hours and includes: matching you with a pony according your abilities, teaching you how to get a pony tack and ready, warming up and exercises. foot mallet work and practice, wooden horse practice, riding and hitting the ball master each and every stroke. stick and ball. rules of polo etc.


Q: Can I buy a lesson package?

A: Yes, you can buy a lesson package. The  6 package  includes 5 lessons and you get 1 free lesson for $375.000.  You can buy a 12 Package lesson that includes 10 lessons and 2 free for $750.00 


Q: Where do I start?

A:Just e-mail us or call us to get the lessons scheduled. We have polo ponies to get you started on polo instruction and  riding. Make sure to print the forms and fill them and either fax them or e-mail them over since we need basic information about you.

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