Sunday, September 15, 2013

11:30am - 4:30pm

Match starts at 1:00
The Kentucky Struts perform at 11:45 and 3:15

Wilshire Farm

6065 Goshen Rd, Goshen OH, 45122 - Map

Suggested Attire:

Bowties & Sundresses

BowTie Foundation will host its first annual polo event at Wilshire Farm, home of the Cincinnati Polo Club.

Guests will enjoy a match between the Cincinnati and Columbus clubs with announcer PG Sittenfeld, traditional divot-stomping, time to pet the horses, meet the players, hit some balls, and learn about polo - plus virtual polo, food, drinks, and live music from the Kentucky Struts.

Members of the military, police, firefighters and rescue get free general admission with ID. Kids 12 and under receive free general admission if accompanied by a paid adult.

The BowTie Foundation is a local community fund that takes great pride in supporting underprivileged youth. Proceeds from the event will give motivated urban middle school students a new way to learn, create and experience art, through a program of Breakthrough Cincinnati in collaboration with the Cincinnati Art Museum. Join us for a fine day of polo and support our youth. Purchase your tickets now.

Event Tickets

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The Finer Details:

  1. Tickets are non-refundable.
  2. Food, adult beverages and soft drinks will be available for purchase at the event. Sales will be CASH ONLY. Outside alcohol, grilling, cooking and glass containers are prohibited.
  3. Each VIP and General Admission ticket holder must show his or her printed ticket and photo ID at the entrance. Name on the ticket must match the ID. One person may purchase multiple tickets and enter a different name for each guest in the purchase process.
  4. For Drive-In, all members of your party must arrive at the same time in the same vehicle. Ticket holder must show the printed ticket and photo ID at the entrance.
  5. Assuming a given ticket type is not sold out, tickets will be sold at the gate. Gate sales will be cash only.
  6. Sorry, no pets allowed. Dogs can distract the horses.
  7. Any questions? Please email: