Goose Creek Polo Cup

When:
July 28, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 7:30 pm
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Where:
Flying H Polo Fields
Bird Farm Road Big Horn
WY 82833
Cost:
10.00
Contact:
Downtown Sheridan Assocaiton
(307) 672-8881

The Downtown Sheridan Association (DSA) is proud to be partnering with the Flying H Polo Club and the Skey Johnston Family to bring you the tenth Goose Creek Polo Cup.  The Goose Creek Polo Cup will take place on Sunday, July 28, 2019 at the Flying H Polo Cup.  This unique experience gives our community the opportunity to witness the highest-rated polo cup in the USA during the summer with the gorgeous Bighorn Mountains as a backdrop. 

The community is invited to attend this family-friendly polo game for $10 a carload.  Additionally, there is a maximum of 15 sponsor tents available for purchase!  Interested parties are encouraged to contact the DSA office at 672-8881 at their earliest convenience.  The gates open at 3:00 pm and the game is scheduled to start at 5 pm.  Also taking place will be a kid’s foot race, a Champagne Divot Stomp at halftime, and a Professional and Amateur Calcutta!

All proceeds raised during this event benefits Downtown Sheridan Association and their mission, “To preserve, enhance, and promote historic downtown Sheridan to ensure future prosperity”. In previous years, DSA provided funds to benefit and advocate for the Goose Creek Streamed Restoration Project. DSA still thrives to advocate for maximum benefits for the Little Goose and Big Goose streams. Phase I & II are complete, and the project has recently transitioned into a Design and Construction Phase.

The Flying H Polo Club was started in 2005. For six weeks each summer the best polo players worldwide come to Big Horn to play professional polo. The games are fast paced and the players and horses are top notch athletes. There are only a few locations in the world that play this level of polo.  The Flying H Ranch is committed to conservation and it is pleased to host an event that will raise monies that help to preserve and enhance the natural beauty in downtown Sheridan.