Video: #Petaluma’s Cerra Pampa Draws Internationally for the “The Game of Kings”

                           Photo: Laura Morton

The Press Democrat recently report an article on August 3, 2014 Polo in Petaluma?  Located in the wine country and just off San Antonio road, the Cerro Pampa Polo Club is the closest venue to San Francisco offering an attractive place for polo teams all over the world. Polo SF has started an exchange program, bringing teams from other nations to compete in the U.S. as well as sending teams and players abroad.  On August 3, 2014 The Horses Horsepower event was the first international polo tournament in the U.S. in years and the first match at the polo grounds at the Sonoma-Marin County line since 2009.

This facility also offers a playground for young Petaluman’s to learn and play in the sport. The PoloSF Club offers group and individual lessons as well as practice games for beginners. Cerra Pampa is located at 1295 San Antonio Road in Petaluma on a 25 acre lot set in meadows and oaks tucked in a knoll known as Round Hill.  The property has turkeys, goats, rabbits and wildlife and of course the real kings of the sport, horses.

Today CBS San Francisco KPIX Channel 5 News released a video on their Where’s Roberta? segment. Reporter Roberta Gonzales takes us to Petaluma to learn about the game of poetry and motion with Polo SF.  Here is that video clip.

Update – just found this on the Alice 97.3 Facebook



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