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Henry Brett

Henry Brett is an international polo player.

Henry Brett, born 20/10/1974, attended the Dragon School and the European School in Oxford, but left school at age fifteen, to start his career as a polo player.

Since then, he has played for and captained the England polo team and has won every major tournament in England and many more around the world[1]. He has reached a handicap of 8 and is one of only four English players to have reached this level since the Second World War. Currently, he has a handicap of 7 in Argentina. He was the first English player to captain his side to victory against Argentina in Argentina.

Henry co-founded The Polo Agency, a full-service brand sponsorship agency linked directly to the prestigious sport of Polo.


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