Swahili for a "little bit of polo".
Polo Kidogo seeks to further the sport of Polo in Western Australia by making the sport more accessible to local and overseas players.
Only 45 minutes south of Perth and nestled into the picturesque Serpentine hills, Polo Kidogo is a unique venue in Western Australia, with a fully irrigated polo field and stick and ball area.
Owner Brett Kiely’s extensive knowledge of all areas of the game allows him to expertly tailor any package to meet your individual needs.
Private and group lessons to learn and refine polo skills and tactics
Learn to play in a social, low speed setting
Start Polo with a small string of ponies at low grade
Play polo at any grade with a full string of polo ponies
Agistment / Livery
Polo is often described as chess and war played at 60kmph on horseback. It is not a sport for the faint hearted – it’s fast, often furious and a highly tactical team sport, which requires great skill. It is also one of the only remaining sports where men and women share equal terms on the field. It is a great way to combine a love of horses with a fast competitive team sport. Those that play polo share in a special culture that comes from a sport best described as highly addictive and an obsession for those hooked.
Find out why and experience it for yourself!