2017 Polo for Heart Saturday & Sunday Agenda

$15.00 per person in Advance;  $20 at the Gate.  Children under the age of 12 admitted free

Come and enjoy an afternoon in the country, and help raise money for a great cause! Polo is an exciting game to watch, and you can get a close-up view of the action at Polo For Heart. There are two games played each day, as well as lots of other activities going on off the field.

Reserved tables offer a sumptuous gourmet lunch, or you can bring your own picnic. In fact, if you get creative you could be the winner of one of our daily “perfect polo picnic” contests (Saturday & Sunday only). Dress for the weather, don’t forget that you are outside and on grass, so high-heeled shoes can be difficult! Wear your best hat, you could end up winning the daily “hat contest”.

There is something to do for the entire family at Polo For Heart. Children love the BMO Kids Zone and bouncy castle, and the boutiques and silent auction tents are always filled with unique and interesting merchandise. Between games do the “pretty woman thing” and stomp some divots, also enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne during the divot stomp to help you on your way!


11:30                     Gates open. Boutiques, silent auction, Children’s village (Sat & Sun only) Mallet lounge all open

12:30 – 3:30         Lunch is served in the Ritz-Carlton Polo Pavilion for corporate guests, and Mallet Grill is open for general public

11:30 – 12:30 ‎       Sat and Sun only. Junior polo game

12:45                     Opening ceremonies.  Polo pony parade.  Parade of hounds by the Wellington-Waterloo Hunt Club (Sat) and the Eglinton-Caledon Hunt Club (Sun).

1:00                       Polo game #1

1:30                       Polo 101 demonstration

2:00                      Half time show, featuring the Champagne divot stomp, player presentations, and Frank Grelo dressage demonstration (Saturday)

3:00                      Polo game #2

4:00                      Player presentations and closing ceremonies


The weekend of Polo For Heart is operated under a Special Occasion Permit (SOP) issued by the LCBO. This permit covers the entire event activity areas including the field, the north public area as well as the south corporate area. We strongly encourage all of our guests to respect the policies under the SOP and the integrity of the event and refrain from bringing their own alcoholic beverage to the event for on-site consumption. Polo For Heart will have alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages for sale at reasonable pricing for guests to responsibly enjoy during their visit. Polo For Heart thanks you in advance for your cooperation!”