Youngest Polo Player

Down to earth Josh Hyde may be Britain’s youngest polo player but he’s never even heard of Kate Middleton and he wants to play football for Chelsea. The seven-year-old from Windlesham, in Surrey, has been playing the sport of kings for a year but he plans to give his hobby the chukka when he is older in favour of the beautiful game. His dreams of counting Frank Lampard and John Terry among his team mates has come as a bit of a surprise to dad Chris Hyde who plays polo for England.

Down to earth Josh Hyde may be Britain's youngest polo player but he's never even heard of Kate Middleton and he wants to play football for Chelsea. The seven-year-old from Windlesham, in Surrey, has been playing the sport of kings for a year but he plans to give his hobby the chukka when he is older in favour of the beautiful game. His dreams of counting Frank Lampard and John Terry among his team mates has come as a bit of a surprise to dad Chris Hyde who plays polo for England.

Down to earth Josh Hyde may be Britain's youngest polo player but he's never even heard of Kate Middleton and he wants to play football for Chelsea. The seven-year-old from Windlesham, in Surrey, has been playing the sport of kings for a year but he plans to give his hobby the chukka when he is older in favour of the beautiful game. His dreams of counting Frank Lampard and John Terry among his team mates has come as a bit of a surprise to dad Chris Hyde who plays polo for England.

Down to earth Josh Hyde may be Britain's youngest polo player but he's never even heard of Kate Middleton and he wants to play football for Chelsea. The seven-year-old from Windlesham, in Surrey, has been playing the sport of kings for a year but he plans to give his hobby the chukka when he is older in favour of the beautiful game. His dreams of counting Frank Lampard and John Terry among his team mates has come as a bit of a surprise to dad Chris Hyde who plays polo for England.

Down to earth Josh Hyde may be Britain's youngest polo player but he's never even heard of Kate Middleton and he wants to play football for Chelsea. The seven-year-old from Windlesham, in Surrey, has been playing the sport of kings for a year but he plans to give his hobby the chukka when he is older in favour of the beautiful game. His dreams of counting Frank Lampard and John Terry among his team mates has come as a bit of a surprise to dad Chris Hyde who plays polo for England.