Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

Cecil Smith
Elected April 6, 1990

Cecil Smith was endowed with unquestionable talents both as a horseman and polo player. With determination and fortitude he developed his abilities to perfection. Over the years, he played on more fields with more players than perhaps any one else in polo. He has always been and still is an inspirational leader of the game.

He won the Monty Waterbury Cup first in 1930, won the U.S. Open Championship five times and represented America versus Mexico on three occasions. He carried a ten goal rating for many years, was an all-time great player, and his National and International Tournament record speaks for itself.


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