The Greenwich Polo Club is steeped in a tradition that dates back to 600 B.C. The club, built around a sport once played by kings and generals, was founded in 1981 in the backcountry of Greenwich, CT, by Peter Brant, a prominent businessman and avid polo player. He first became involved with polo in the 1970s when he met polo legend Thomas B. Glynn at the Fairfield Hunt Club. He soon began rigorous training and study. Since, he has become one of polo’s largest supporters and his club has become one of the nation’s premier polo venues. It is one of only four high-goal polo venues in the United States and known for an unmatched roster of legendary teams.