He said on Tuesday that final tests had come back negative and the State Animal Health Department was releasing the EHV-1 quarantine. "Let's play polo."
The club had received a setback earlier in the week when news came through that a horse residing at one of the private stabling areas had a fever and swollen back legs.
Authorities extended the quarantine for one or two days as a precautionary measure.
However, the results of tests ultimately proved negative for EHV-1, allowing the quarantine to be lifted.
The polo club was locked down late in January after a gelding tested positive after displaying poor hind limb co-ordination and urine dribbling.
He lay down and had to be euthanized.