Windsor Holden White
In 1941, he competed in the U.S. Open Polo Championship as part of the Westbury team, together with Gerald Dempsey, Earle Hopping and Stewart Iglehart. However, they lost to the Gulfstream team (John H. H. Phipps, Michael Grace Phipps, Charles Skiddy von Stade and Alan L. Corey, Jr.).
After he moved to England, he became a patron of the Polo Cottage team.
The Holden White Qualifying Matches at the Guards Polo Club are named in his honour. Moreover, the Holden White Cup at the Cowdray Park Polo Club at Cowdray Park, West Sussex is also named for him.
He married Jean Kathleen Mary Fielding, daughter of Sir Charles William Fielding and Florence Dixon, on 12 July 1944. They resided at Polo Cottage in Midhurst, West Sussex, England. He died in 1976.
- The Peerage: Windsor Holden White
- Horace A. Laffaye, Polo in the United States: A History, Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, 2011, p. 171
- Horace A. Laffaye, Polo in the United States: A History, Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, 2011, p. 98
- Guards Polo Club: Holden White Qualifying Matches
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