Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

George A. Oliver
Elected March 15, 1991

George Oliver was born into the world of cattle and horses which remains his life long interest. Among his many trophies were the U.S. Open Championship five times, the National 20 goal on three occasions, and the Deauville gold cup in 1952. He captained the United States Team versus Argentina in 1950.

His interest in polo has taken him to virtually every state in this country as well as many places abroad and his organizational abilities have greatly contributed to many club operations here. He received a nine goal rating in 1948.

He is a fine horseman and judge of horses, a great player and advocate of this game.

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