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Cambridge Polo Club (previously Haggis Farm Polo is a family run Club located on 130 acres of grassland, just two miles outside of the city of Cambridge. Our facilities include:

.: One of the largest polo arenas in the United Kingdom (100 x 50 metres)
.: One full size boarded pitch
.: One stick and ball training field
Two indoor schools and warm up area,
.: Stabling for up to 60 horses and
.: Full livery facilities

Cambridge Polo Club has been an active BHS (British Horse Society) accredited riding school and event training centre founded by the Morris- Lowe family in 1986. Polo has been played at Cambridge Polo Club since 2000.

In 2004 Cambridge Polo Club joined Hurlingham Polo Association (HPA) with the intention of expanding our membership and playing larger tournaments in keeping with the excellent standard of our facilities.

It is the ambition of Cambridge Polo Club to promote polo in the Cambridgeshire area by encouraging high quality low goal polo through training young players and developing local teams. We welcome membership from beginners and players of all standards. We presently host the Cambridge University Polo Club for livery, lessons and matches.

Lessons are available for all standard of players, taught by our English professionals and our BHS accredited riding instructors.

Pony hire is also available for lessons, chukkas and matches.

We invite membership from beginners and players of all standards

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