Bendabout Farm Hosts High Goal Polo Matches This Weekend

Monday, September 16, 2013

Bendabout Farm will again host high goal polo matches on Saturday at 10 a.m. and Sunday, at 2 p.m., weather permitting. Gates will be open two hours prior to each match. In these matches the Bendabout Team will play a highly talented team from Aiken, S.C. It should be another round of fast action polo with world class players and the most athletic polo ponies.

Admission and parking are free and there is plenty of bleacher seating. Bendabout Farm is located two miles south of Cleveland on Highway 11. Look for “Polo Today” signs marking the entrance.  

Additional information can be obtained at www.Bendabout.com or by calling 423 479-1645.


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