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The Inanda Club was founded in 1934 with the purpose of providing a home for equestrian sports. The club was located in, what was then, the countryside north of Rosebank and it is doubtful that the founders imagined that the area would become the commercial CBD of Africa.

However urbanisation followed those pioneers and rather than being swamped by development, the Inanda Club has evolved the Sandton venue into a modern city club with a distinct equestrian and country character. This town club, combined with the Inanda Country Base in Kyalami, provides premier equestrian facilities fulfilling the objectives of the founding sections of Polo and the Rand Hunt.

This unique club now offers much more, with facilities that have a wide appeal. In addition to the equestrian sports, the club has a gym, tennis courts, a swimming pool, two bars, restaurants, lounges, meeting rooms, accommodation and a spectacular, large function venue.

Nestling now in the heart of the Sandton CBD is a venue that offers quiet elegance suitable for any occasion – from the most formal business function to the most casual family gathering, from a grand banquet for 400 guests to a romantic dinner for two. The facilities available to members and their guests ensure an intimate exclusivity not possible in any commercial venue.

Experience the Inanda Club for yourself. A club like this should be a part of your lifestyle.


Andrew Dewar

Vice Chairman
Bill Marshall

Celia Collins
Michael Davis
Peter Hinton-Green
Nigel Pilling
Mashudu Ramano

Hunt Representative
Lesley Heywood

Polo Representative
Juaan Ferreira


General Manager (Temporary)
Lance Brogden

Country Base Manager
Tim Payne

Polo Manager
Craig James

Club Secretary
Pauline Butler