Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

Owen Rinehart
Elected February 13, 2009

Starting at an early age, Owen made a commitment to the sport of polo to become one of its best players and in 1991, he rose to the pinnacle of the sport by becoming ten goals. During that rise to polo perfection, Owen earned the reputation of always being well mounted and well prepared for every game in which he played. He competed in numerous USPA events, winning the 1986 U.S. Open Championship and the U.S. Open handicap in 1982, and the Gold, C.V. Whitney, the Monty Waterbury, the America, the Hall of Fame and World Cups, as well as the East Coast Open. Internationally, he played on the winning U.S. teams in the 1987 Coronation Cup and the1992 Westchester Cup. Owen also participated in the Avila Camacho Cup series in 1981 and 1988 and has a substantial record of tournament wins in England. His pony Hill Country Slim won the Hartman Trophy in 1986.


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