Calgary Cup Day 1
This four on four game is played on a 10 acre field with roughly 55 horses played thoughout the match. The game is divided into periods called ‘chukkers’ which last 7.5 minutes.
Come bring a picnic and watch the action from the side lines. Sunday matches typically attract the largest crowds although spectators are welcome to come and watch any game through out the week.
The Calgary Cup was presented at the first Calgary polo tournament in September of 1892. Except for a period of time during the war the sterling silver trophy has been in play ever since, making it one of the oldest polo cups still played for in North America.