Victoria and the Grace family

Victoria, aged 13 years old, played on the same team as King Charles at Guards Polo Club.

Victoria played with her father, Peter Grace OBE, and two players from the US, Dale Smicklas and Joe Muldoon. They played against HRH Prince of Wales for the Dorchester Trophy at the Guards Polo Club. Victoria’s team won and Princess Diana awarded the trophies.

Victoria and Peter coached and played with HRH Prince Talal of Jordan. In an event at Ascot Park, Victoria and Prince Talal played with Howard Hipwood (a former 9 goal player) and welcomed Queen Noor to the club.

Victoria and her three sisters were the only all-sisters polo team in the world when they played together and were known as the “Amazing Graces”.

Victoria’s father Peter Grace made history when he received the first ever honours awarded to a figurehead of polo. Peter was awarded an OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) for services to polo and the investiture was done by fellow polo player, Prince Charles.

Peter was the author of the book “Polo”, with a foreword by King Charles who wrote that “Peter is generally regarded as one of the best instructors that there is in polo.

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Victoria in action

Charity Polo and the Media

“Ride for Life” with Bob Champion

Junior Polo Coaching

City Polo Championships, Ascot Park

The “largest and longest running” women’s polo event in the world

Toast Festival, Syon Park and Clapham Common, London

Polo in the Park, Hurlingham Club, London

Polo on Regent Street

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Equus Event, ExCel Centre, London