Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

Alan L. Corey, Jr.
Elected March 20, 1992

Alan Corey was an outstanding polo player known for his tactical skill and horsemanship.

He began playing as a student at Aiken School in South Carolina in 1930 and later at Yale, winning the Intercollegiate Championship in 1938. Among his many accomplishments were the United States Open Championship and the Monty Waterbury Cup each on five occasions, and the National Twenty Goal four times. He was awarded a nine goal handicap in 1953 and maintained a rating of seven goals or more for thirty years. He won the National Twelve Goal Tournament in 1963 with his son Alan, and reached the finals of the National Sixteen Goal with his younger son, Russell, in 1969. For many years, he served the U.S. Polo Association plus the Meadow Brook and Aiken Polo clubs.


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