Learn The Sport of Kings
Learn to play polo at Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club. We offer individual and group polo lessons for adults and kids. Our Instructors cater to the broad range of participant’s abilities, and ensure that everyone receives one-on-one instruction within a group format, small enough to ensure individual attention yet allow one to learn from fellow participants and practice their skills.
Take a step into the glittering world of polo and become a member at one of the world’s most exclusive clubs. The Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club celebrates this quintessential sport while offering a wealth of exclusive Club benefits including complimentary leisure membership for our polo members. The glamour of polo awaits you as a member. Our members all have one thing in common, an essential all-embracing passion for polo. As polo membership is strictly reserved, our members are selected based on their commitment to the sport as well as their ability to play.
Polo is universally associated with an exceptional way of life. We work closely with clients to develop long-term sustainable relationships for those wishing to align their brand, product and services with the sport of polo. With a proven track record of delivering unique experiences, providing opportunities both on and off the field and creating benefits for our partners, their clients, our members and spectators; we are in a position to provide companies with the perfect platform, driving customers to you and delivering tangible benefits.
A SPORT OF RICH HERTIAGE
Known as the “The Sport of Kings”, polo origins find their roots in the mists of antiquity, with history recording the ancient Persians playing some 2,500 years ago. The Chinese also lay claim to a polo tradition dating several thousands of years. Historical references to polo date from the reign of Alexander the Great when it served as a training exercise for the Persian cavalry. As Alexander and other conquerors swept across Asia, they carried the game with them. It was in India, six centuries later, that polo was played for the first time by British tea planters. They in turn brought the sport back to England in 1869 from where the game began its rapid ascent in popularity across the world.