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Nestled between the Santa Ynez Mountain foothills and the Pacific Ocean, the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club beckons to you. Club Members enjoy an array of amenities including 87 well manicured acres,è¿¨two clubhouses, stabling, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and eight tennis courts. è¿¨On Friday’s and Sunday’s the Club welcomes the public for Happy Hour and Sunday Polo. è¿¨Come experience the best kept secret in your own backyard!
3375 Foothill Rd #1200, Carpinteria, CA 93013
4 polo pitches, 350 loose boxes, 19 groom’s apartments and plenty of high goal polo.
St. tropez, France
Originally named the Household Brigade Polo Club, the name was changed to its present form in 1969. Since inception the Club has grown considerably and it is now the largest polo club in Europe in terms of membership and number of grounds.
Guards Polo Club Holdings Ltd Smith's Lawn, Windsor Great Park Egham, Surrey TW20 0HP
High goal polo club favoured by global players.
Canchas Los Pinos - Santa Maria Polo Club 11310 San Roque, Cådiz
With a long and illustrious history, Cowdray Park is recognized worldwide as the Home of British Polo. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within Viscount Cowdray’s 16,500 acre estate in West Sussex, the game of polo has been played at Cowdray for close on a century – the first competitive tournaments being recorded in 1910. By the 1920s a whole series of competitions with dedicated cups and trophies was firmly established, although the sport in the UK was to all but die out during the Second World War.
Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 0AQ