Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

Harold A. Barry
Elected February 26, 1999

In the tradition of the Barry excellence, Harold "Joe" Barry, a galloping oak tree with the soul of a poet, took his place in the forefront of American polo. An impenetrable Back at 9-goals, no one could hit a longer ball or provide a more reliable presence.

Soft spoken off the field and ever the gentleman on the field, polo has no better role model than Joe. A horseman practically from birth, his talents with them are renowned - a chip off the old block.

As an internationalist, he played twice on the U.S.A. squad in the Cup of the Americas, and brought home the Coronation and Camacho Cup trophies. Six U.S. Open Championships, three Gold Cups, three Silver Cups, two Butler Handicaps, and two North American titles bear witness to his awesome career.


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