Boynton Beach, FL -Palm City Polo Club has announced its fall 2015 through spring 2016 tournament schedule. The opening event is the Palm City Fall Classic on Nov. 6. "We're looking forward to a competitive, high-action, fun-filled tournament season that will be as fun for spectators as for the players," said Joey Casey, owner of Palm City Polo Club, one of the most experienced American players and horsemen in the sport.
This year's tournament schedule is:
- November 6 - 29: Palm City Fall Classic
- November 27 - 29: GPL Thanksgiving Clinic
- December 4- January 3: Holiday Cup
- January 9 - 3: Palm City Gold Coast Classic (0-4)
Palm City Gold Coast Classic (6-10)
- February 5 - 28: Palm City Challenge Cup (0-4)
Palm City Challenge Cup (6-10)
- March 4 - 27: Palm City Sun Cup (0-4)
Palm City Sun Cup (6-10)
- April 2 - 24: Palm City Spring Classic (0-4)
Palm City Spring Classic (6-10)
- May 6 - 29: Palm City Trust Cup (0-4)
Palm City Trust Cup (6-10)
- June 3 - 26: Palm City Turf Classic (0-4)
Palm City Turf Classic (6-10)
Dates will be announced for three exciting USPA competitions, in addition to several other tournaments at Palm City Polo Club, including:
- USPA Regional President's Cup (4 -8)
- USPA Association Cup (4 -8)
- USPA Amateur Cup (0-4*)
* No one above 2 goals can play PTF Seniors Tournament WCT Qualifiers (outdoor and arena)
Palm City Polo Club also offers riding clinics, polo lessons and practice, and tournaments. "We welcome anyone interested in polo, whether you want to compete, take lessons, or cheer on your favorite polo team," said Casey.
A former 7-goal player with more than 28 years of professional polo experience, Casey has played in numerous U.S. Open Polo Championships. His career highlights include: six-time winner of the Sunshine League Championship (26 goal); four-time winner of the International Gold Cup Championship (26 goal); three-time winner of the C.V. Whitney Cup (26 goal), and the USPA Gold Cup (26 goal) and the Westchester Cup (26 goal). He twice won the Sunshine League Championship (20 goal) and won the 3 de Febrero Handicap (0-40) Open in Argentina.
Other prestigious tournaments he won include: the Pacific Coast Open (20 goal); the Canadian Open (20 goal), and the International Cup (18 goal). He is an 11-time winner of the Hartman League Championship (12-14 goal) and numerous Kaycolee Tournament Championships (10 goal).
For more information visit www.palmcitypolo.com