Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

Fred W. Dailey
Elected February 7, 1997

The ultimate goodwill ambassador, Fred Dailey required no prodding as he represented, with charm and dignity, the best of American polo. A gentle man in a rough-and-tumble sport, he played with zeal on the field and gave and gave off it. No effort was too great.

His most prominent contribution is the revival of polo in Hawaii, with which he is synonymous. His legacy, however, knows no boundaries. Through his manner and actions, he is an inspiration to clubs and players everywhere.

As guardian of the sport, as a selfless worker for the USPA, as club owner, as an exemplary amateur and as a friend, he has earned a place of honor in the annals of polo.

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