JENNA DAVIS - ACADEMY DIRECTOR
Horses have always been my passion. I have ridden many disciplines, everything from hunter/jumpers to western pleasure, but nothing compares to the sport of polo. I was hooked as soon as I hit my first ball! I started playing in Rhode Island and I have been lucky enough to travel the east coast playing and working with many unique individuals. Teaching polo has been my favorite way to express my love for the sport and share my knowledge that I have gained throughout the years. I am very excited to join the Oakbrook Polo Academy this summer and I can’t wait to see you on the field!
P: (401) 474-9873
TURNER WHEATON - PROFESSIONAL POLO PLAYER & INSTRUCTOR
I was introduced to polo in my early years growing up in the Detroit Polo Club where I learned to play and take care of horses through the summers. My parents, Emmalyn and Paul, have a combined 60+ years’ experience in the sport, managing the club and even running a polo school of their own! I’ve been fortunate enough to play in many different areas of the country including Texas, Wyoming, Florida, South Carolina, the list goes on! I’m very excited to be involved with the Oakbrook Polo Academy this summer, we have a great group of horses coming with us and a personable staff that will make playing polo more enjoyable, and easier, than ever!
P: (517) 862-2545
The Oak Brook Polo Academy's string of horses are well trained in polo and suited for students learning the sport safely. The Academy's horses are chosen for their skills, maturity and patience with beginner students of all ages. We love and treat our horses with the upmost care to ensure they are healthy and motivated to give students the best possible teaching experience.
In association with the
Oak Brook Polo Club