Welcome to Edinburgh Polo Club
Edinburgh Polo Club is a fully accredited HPC club and offers coaching, memebership and liveries.
Set on the 5,000 acre estate of the Right Honorable the Earl of Morton. The club was set up in 1973 and has been run for private members and students from Edinburgh University & The Royal Dick Veterinary School ever since.
Whether you are an experienced player or have never sat on a horse before, the experienced and extremely friendly HPA qualified coaches have something to offer you:
- Intro to Polo
- Private & Group lessons
- Polo Days
- Weekend Clinics
- Instructional Chukkas
We also arrange fun ‘Intro to Polo’ days/ afternoons for groups of friends/ work outings/ hen parties etc for those keen to try something new – which have proved very enjoyable for all so far! Experiencing a great new sport, accompanied by the friendly warm atmosphere of the farm, BBQs, drinks & a lovely dose of Scottish sunshine = ingredients for a great day out!
If you would like to find out more please contact the polo manager to ask about taster days or more information about the club, new members of all abilities are welcome.
We hold club chukkas throught the year with a break over christmas, the main season really kicks off with our May Tournament. We also regularly travel to other clubs in Scotland throught the summer for tournaments as well as taking part in the Randox Matches. Edinburhgh Polo Club is also proud to host the Winter University Leauges and TEIT tournament which closes out the year in Novemeber.
Polo is played every Wednesday evening and most weekends. Edinburgh Polo Club has seen a host of international players grace its grounds and the Edinburgh Polo Club opening up its gates to corporate partners is a fantastic opportunity for brands to get into the sport.
The Club boasts one full size grass pitch, a practice ground, a full size all weather arena and a shorter indoor arena. Livery facilities are available. For more information contact the polo manager.
There is a lovely friendly relaxed atmosphere during the winter and summer seasons with plenty of healthy competition with the other Scottish Clubs. Matches are frequently held at Dalmahoy or at Errol Park in Perthshire or Piddlesheugh, home of The Board Reivers.