Beach Polo Championships 2018

Beach Polo
Sandbanks beach, Poole, UK takes centre stage again for the British Beach Polo Championships on 13-14 July 2018. With up to 10,000 people in attendance, it is the biggest beach polo event in the world. Now in its 11th year a veritable feast of fast action, gladiatorial horse polo, volleyball, fashion and fun will be had on the platinum beaches of the south coast. Read more

Equestrian Art Show at Petworth


Equestrian Art Show at Petworth

July and August sees three of the world’s most celebrated equestrian sporting events take place in West Sussex. The British Open Polo Championship for the Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup, the Qatar Goodwood Festival (‘Glorious Goodwood’), and the Longines Royal International Horse Show is at Hickstead .

To celebrate this Kevis House Gallery in Petworth is holding an exhibition of contemporary equestrian art between 6th July and 28th August. The exhibition will feature a range of works by some of the leading artists in the field.

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England to face Ireland in Arena Polo Test Match at Hickstead

The nations have been announced for the popular International Arena Polo Test Match at Hickstead on Saturday 7th March 2015, with England taking on Ireland for the Bryan Morrison trophy.


The England side will be captained once again by 9-goaler Chris Hyde, who is Britain’s highest rated Arena Polo player, while captaining the Irish side is Sebastian Dawnay, rated at 8-goals. The full team line-up will be confirmed soon, but the match is expected to feature the highest-rated teams in the fixture’s history.

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Two of the world’s highest-rated polo players at Hickstead


Battle of the best at Hickstead

Two of the highest-rated players in the world will battle it out at Hickstead in the annual International Arena Polo Test Match on Saturday 1 March 2014.

England will once again take on a team from the USA, whom they beat during their last clash home at Hickstead in 2012 as well as the away fixture in 2013. The England team has enjoyed an unbeaten run on home soil dating back to the first international test match 2008, with wins against South Africa, Scotland, and Argentina as well as the USA. The home team also came out victorious in last year’s match at Hickstead, which saw England take on a team from the rest of the British Isles.

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