We went there not knowing what to expect as neither of us had ever seen a polo match either live or on TV. Anyway we learned polo is quite a relaxed sport to watch as the first match started 15 minutes late. All the seats at the facility are good and there is only room for a small number of spectators (by North American standards). There might have been a maximum of 100 spectators on the day we were there. There were 2 games played and each games lasted about 1 hour. A game consists of 4 chukkas (4 quarters for you football fans) and each one of those is 7 1/2 minutes long. There is a 5-10 minute break between each chukka to allow the players to change horses. There are 4 players on each side. There are refreshments and food available before, during and after the games. The cost was $20 Barbados per person and we felt it was a relaxing way to spend a couple of hours.
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