Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

Harold L. Barry
Elected March 15, 1991

Harold Barry was the youngest of four brothers in the first generation of this famous polo playing Texas family. His name first appeared in the records of the US Polo Association in 1937 at zero goals; he was six goals in 1941 and achieved a nine goal handicap in 1956.

Among his many trophies, some of the more notable were winning the US Open Championship seven times, the National 20 Goal on four occasions and the prestigious Coronation Cup in England in 1971, '72, and '73. He played on the United States Team against the Argentina Team in 1966 and again in 1969.

Throughout his many years in polo, he, like other members of his family, has been known as an outstanding horseman and player and one of the longest hitters the game has produced.

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