The Club was founded on 25th January 1955 with HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, as President. 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. Within the Great Park at Windsor, the Club is set in the outstanding natural surroundings of Smith's Lawn, which is thought to have been named after a game keeper at the time of the Restoration in the 17th century. Nearby are the renowned Savill and Valley Gardens.
British Forces Broadcasting was at Smith's Lawn to feature the RAF Polo Team's match against the Veteran Grenadiers… http://t.co/zVONu6Da44
Four Quarter Orange win the final prize at Guards for 2018 - the Autumn Nations Trophy. http://t.co/qEIl8UeDRF
AFB add Chairman’s Trophy 2018 to their Cup collection http://t.co/ewwP7xvb1S
A fabulous end to the season party - every moment captured perfectly by Images of Polo http://t.co/fIOsqOiXVk
Congratulations to our Best Dressed winners on Ladies' Charity Day - Belinda Pennington and Roberto Fiorentino
Who’s top of the world? http://t.co/CAP0ElqyXS