Groom Vacancies at HPC

A few vacancies still available for an exciting opportunity to join fun, friendly, and supportive team at HPC the only polo club in London. 

The position requires a confident rider. High standards of turnout and horse care essential. The role is 6 days a week with a competitive salary. 

The Club is positioned in a fantastic location near the River Thames and Richmond Park. Richmond is on the tube line and central London is only 15 minutes away. 

For more information email


2017 Copa Califa this February

In 2015 HPC and La Esperanza Polo Club teamed up to hold the first game for the Copa Califa in Argentina. Located in Coronel Suárez in the south of Buenos Aires Provence. Having been launched the aim was to turn the annual event into a tournament for HPC’s members to come and enjoy during the English winter.

Polo Manager William Healy is teaming up again with La Esperanza for a third instalment of the tournament this February, in the week leading up to the final on 19th February. Entry fee to the tournament is free for HPC playing members.

If you are interested in playing or supporting the tournament email William Healy for more information.

Signing off the 2016 Season

We would like to say a huge thank you to all the people who supported and visited HPC, The London Polo Club over the course of the 2016 Season. It has been another fantastic season at what is a unique polo club in its 90th year.

We hope all our players, members and supporters have a great winter and we can’t wait for the 2017 Season to kick off next Spring. Look out for the announcement coming soon for HPC social events in the coming months.

Aylesford Trophy, Gurkha Welfare Trust

Sunday's Polo was in aid of the Gurkha Welfare Trust with half of all proceeds for entry to the club going to the charity. The main match the Aylesford Trophy was played between The Gurkha Welfare Trust team and Harrington Investments both teams playing off a 0 goal handicap.

The game was very well balanced and a great final for the season. In the end neither team could gain an advantage with the scores at 4 goals each at the final bell.