A Message to Our Valued Guests and Sponsors regarding COVID-19
We are deeply saddened to announce that due to the ongoing COVID-19 World wide pandemic we have had to make the difficult decision to postpone the June 2020 event to a future date. At this early stage we are unable to determine when this will be, as things seem to be changing by the day. We will update this site, and social media, as soon as we have any news.
As always we thank you for your support, Polo For Heart couldn't happen without you. Refunds will be issued for any tickets purchased for the June 2020 event.
Please stay safe during this uncertain time.
Polo For Heart
For over 4 decades, Polo For Heart has been a popular attraction for guests to come out and witness the power and passion of polo at The Toronto Polo Club.
This 2-day polo festival offers spectators exciting International polo matches, fine dining, shopping and other entertainment.
All proceeds from Polo For Heart go to life saving research and treatment at the Heart & Stroke Foundation and The Southlake Regional Health Centre Cardiac Care Unit.
To date over $5 million dollars have been raised at Polo For Heart. Thank you to our sponsors and supporters for making this happen!Tickets
Proceeds from the 2020 Polo for Heart event will continue to support the expanded Heart Rhythm Program at Southlake Regional Health Centre. To date, funds raised have helped Southlake make critical renovations and expansions to services and infrastructure for this program, which is vital to thousands of patients in our community and beyond. Thanks to your incredible generosity, more than 10,000 new patients each year will have access to these advanced cardiac services, close to home.Visit Website
We are proud to partner and support all that Heart & Stroke and the Southlake Foundation does for our fellow Canadians.
Driven by his desire for a winter equestrian hobby, Colonel Michael C. Sifton (1931-1995) is often credited, along with a group of fellow equestrians, Jim Elder, Tom Gayford, Gary Smellie, and Major Kindersley, in reviving the sport of polo in Toronto after the Second World War.
An avid sportsman and breeder, Col. Sifton formally established The Toronto Polo Club (TPC) in the early 1960s and by 1965 had purchased Fox Den Farm in Gormley (North Richmond Hill), as a home for TPC, essentially creating the epicenter for polo in Toronto.
The world-class indoor facility along with admirable outdoor fields allowed for year-round polo. By 1969 the TPC boasted a membership roster of over 40 playing members, and the facility had been used by a number of illustrious guests, including Prince Philip.
In 1979 Col. Sifton, by now an ambassador of Polo in Canada saw an opportunity to merge his love of polo with his commitment to philanthropy. In partnership with The Heart Action Committee, he championed the first Polo For Heart event, a charity polo tournament to raise funds for heart-related research (his father, had died of a stroke) to take place on the TPC grounds.Read more
premature heart disease & stroke that’s preventable
how often heart disease & stroke take a life
raised by Polo For Heart