Originally the site of the Windsor Forest Stud. Throughout the early 20th century, this racing yard sent out notable runners at Royal Ascot in its heyday, it’s signature race rail & gallops remain visible to this day.
Purchased as a rundown estate in 1985, Bryan’s vision to convert this to a premier polo club required a monumental undertaking both by him and his team. Following groundbreaking earthworks and an exceptional effort, by all concerned the first chukkas were played in 1986.
The first member of this new club was HRH Prince of Wales. Over the years, the club is a place where Hollywood stars, and Rock n Roll legends meet to enjoy top flight polo. The resulting social events are still part of polo legend. Founded on the basis that any existing barriers to the polo world should be removed, the club was a crucible of change in the modern era of Polo in the UK.
With its current extensive expansion programme, which will provide two new state of the art fields ‘The Berkshire’ will continue to lead through the 21st century.