Rachel Robson has been around horses her whole life, but it wasn’t until a few years ago she discovered her love for polo. With her husband playing next to her most chukkers, she’s currently an A handicap rating.
Clint Robson moved his family of four to his hometown of Tulsa in 2012. After less than a year living in town, the Robsons realized how much they missed the rural country lives they had growing up, and they decided to move their family to Green Country. While Clint has 18 years of rugby experience— playing 2 years with the All Navy Rugby team, 3 years as assistant coach to the MSU rugby team in Wichita Falls, TX, and assistant coach to the University of Arkansas — he discovered polo was the sport he could enjoy with his wife and family. He has since decided to hang up his cleats and join his wife, so they could share their passion for the sport of polo together.
Clint and Rachel Robson are passionate about helping the local communities grow. With the growth on their 300-acre ranch just 10 minutes south of Bixby, they are confident these communities will prosper along with the sporting venue they are creating.
The ranch in Green Country has two USPA regulation-size polo fields and one full-size practice field. This gives surrounding communities the opportunity to watch the growing sport of polo, “the sport of kings,” as well as a new venue for local outdoor events such as rugby, soccer, flag football, equestrian events, concerts and more.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions in regards to your next adventure in the sport of polo.