Live Here. Play Here.

Prestonwood Facts

-Year round polo

-2 Bermuda Grass polo fields

-1 New Field under construction

-2 polo arenas

-1 stick n ball field

-48 covered stalls

-15 acres turn-out

-Natural sandy loam soil footing

-22 home lots overlooking polo fields

-Top ranked youth polo program

-4 Time Central USA Champions

-Largest polo club in north Texas

-Home of TCU Polo team


Polo is all about horses.  At Prestonwood we love our horses and pride ourselves on our wonderful strings of advanced, intermediate and beginner horses and have been awarded Best Playing Pony String 4 times by the USPA.

Future Plans

The Miller's have ambitious long-term plans
for the the polo club, including building a new state-of-the-art 100-stall barn with classrooms and viewing areas, a covered horse arena, country club clubhouse & spa facilities with restaurant, retail and meeting space, and adding other equestrian disciplines:

-Show Jumping



-Barrel Racing

Their goal is for Prestonwood to be one of the best all-around equestrian developments in the world, with beautiful homes where people want to live and play!


Prestonwood Polo & Country Club is a semi-private club, established in 2008, it has become the premier polo club of North Texas. Located on 97 acres of pristine real estate north of Dallas in Oak Point, between the cities of Frisco and Denton. Prestonwood has 3 berumda grass fields, 2  arenas, 48 covered stalls, 3/4 mile track, bridal paths, turn-out pasture and 22 home lots two and half acres each with breathtaking views of the polo grounds.


Polo is played year-round at Prestonwood, unlike other clubs in Texas, we don't shut down in the winter and summer.  We play on

our outdoor grass fields in Spring, Summer and Fall; in the Winter months we play arena polo in our full-size regulation polo arena.  We offer Saturday League polo in the Spring and Sunday Brunch League polo in the Fall along with weekday practice chukkers year-round.  

Our youth polo program is one of the most successful in the country.  Our youth team is 4-time Central USA Champions and in 2016 won the National Championship.  The  TCU

Inter-collegiate polo team also trains at

Prestonwood and is Coached by Coach Miller.


Our Saturday polo is a fan favorite and matches are open to the public. We host 2 major charity events each year.  In the Spring, Polo on the Lawn Kentucky Derby day and in the Fall, Polo on the Midway.  Tickets may be purchased on-line, check our Event schedule for details.

​​Saturday / Sunday League Polo

We offer 2 levels of Saturday / Sunday League polo: Competitors League for advanced players and Margarita League for beginners. Both leagues give you an opportunity to play with our National Championship players and  include weekday practice chukkers.  Contact us about joining our polo program.

How to Play:


Prestonwood Polo Club was launched by Vaughn & Dena Miller when they decided to create a family-friendly club with the goal of sharing their love of polo with the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.  Prestonwood was charted with the United States Polo Association in 2008 and today is the largest USPA member club in North Texas.  The Miller's also established Prestonwood Polo Foundation Inc. a non-profit 501 3(c) organization that raises money for worthwhile causes through polo events.   The Miller's goal is to grow the sport of polo by bringing in new players and teaching existing ones to get better in a friendly competitive environment devoid of politics.


Vaughn Miller, President of the Club, is the grandson of Texas real estate icon Henry S. Miller Jr. and son of real estate legend Vance C. Miller. Vaughn, rated 2-goals, coaches Prestonwood's youth championship polo team & the TCU inter-college polo team.  Dena Miller is Director of Public Relations and
founded the Ladies Polo Auxiliary of Texas to create fun Polo events that raise money for charities though polo.

Field of Dreams

When Vaughn and Dena first opened Prestonwood to the public in the Fall of 2008 it was featured on the cover of the 380 Guide magazine for  Denton county.  The next

weekend was like a scene out of Field of

Dreams as the cars poured in to see the

first real polo club in Denton County. Since

that time the Miller's have been hard at

work expanding the club, buying adjacent property and adding improvements. Prestonwood has grown leaps and bounds since that time,and the Millers' goal is to build it into a world class polo & equestrian development.