Apes Hill Polo

Caribbean Polo Club


Already in operation, the world class Apes Hill Polo Club, with its full-sized field, is one of the finest Caribbean polo club in the West Indies. This is a place to indulge one’s love for all things equestrian: to share in the drama and spectacle of international polo matches against a stunning backdrop of the Caribbean Sea; to sharpen one’s handicap under the resident coach, or to simply experience gorgeous scenery on horseback from the vantage point of the Club’s riding facilities.

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Polo Matches at Apes Hill

All visitors are welcome to Polo Matches at Apes Hill scheduled a few times a week throughout the various polo clubs. On match days, there is a full bar in operation along with tea and light food for sale.  Please note that polo is dependent on a sunny day so be sure to check the weather.

Entry to Apes Hill Polo Club is $20 Bds per adult and $10 Bds per child.

For more information on scheduled polo matches please contact Jamie Dickson on 1(246) 262-3282

 

Polo in Barbados

Polo was acquainted with the island in the late 1800s. The British Cavalry brought the session of polo in Barbados amid the most recent century, in spite of the fact that the Barbados Polo Club goes over to 1884; it collapsed in 1929 amid the Depression and was not restored until 1939. Henry Arthur Deane and Lyle Jones led the new club, which inevitably moved from the Garrison Savanna to Holders Hill in 1965. That move owed much to the liberality and generosity of Janet Kidd, whose child Johnny and grandson Jack later got to be fantastic players, and whose supermodel amazing girl Jodie, is additionally now following in her dad's and sibling's strides.

Apes Hill Polo Club was stage one of the famous Golf and Polo Club with the development of the polo course commencing in March 2002. It is the first private Barbados polo ground with all the neighborhood lots being sold inside months of being discharged to the business sector. The first game was played on the field in January 2003 with three eras of the Williams family playing together shockingly. Sir Charles, his two children Stephen and Teddy and his grandson Oliver. The field is suitably named the Elliott Williams polo field out of appreciation for Sir Charles' dad.

For more information on polo please visit our website at: www.apeshillpolo.com