Polo Players Support Group, Inc. (PPSG) is firmly established
and actively engaged in providing financial assistance to seriously
injured or ill polo players and grooms.
to the dangerous nature of our sport, it is likely we will continue
to find members of our polo family in need of financial assistance.
The Polo Players Support Group enables us to make tax deductible
donations to help those in need, while at the same time enjoying
great polo and camaraderie.
to the incredible generosity of friends like you, since it's
inception in 2002, the PPSG has paid out over $1.9 million and
counting to 60, and counting, seriously injured or ill players
Rob Walton arena benefits and the 2000 40-Goal Rob Walton Benefit
were the inspiration for the formation of the PPSG.
to the generosity of Outback Steakhouse, we have also had successful
events at the following venues:
Houston Polo Club
Saratoga Polo Club
Arranmore Polo Club, Oswego, Illinois
Polo Pony Sales
encourage clubs to help us host benefits to further aid our
Here for an article about a benefit for the Polo Players
Support Group hosted by the Detroit Polo Club. The write-up
is in the PoloZone.com
- The Online Polo Community.
PPSG enables us to make tax deductible donations, to help our
friends in need, while at the same time enjoying great polo
and great camaraderie.
appreciate and are very grateful to everyone who has contributed
to our success to date. Our heartfelt thanks go out to all our
sponsors, donors, ticket and auction items buyers and the volunteers
who help make it all happen!
make tax deductible donations, please make checks out to:
Polo Players Support Group, Inc.
11924 Forest Hill Blvd.
Wellington, FL 33414
10-Goal Players Fine Art Print Now Available to the Public!
Artist, Heidi S.
Birath, created original artwork of the twenty two 10 goal players
who have played in the Outback 40 Goal in the 1st ten years.
We are offering a limited number of prints at $250.00. Click
here to view Heidi's piece. For more information, or to
purchase a print, please contact