Hawaii Polo Club season kicks off with exciting lineup and special events

HONOLULU (KHON) — The Hawaii Polo Club’s season is set to start this Sunday at the Mokuleia Polo Fields on Oahu’s North Shore.

General Manager, Devon Daily, shared insights into the upcoming season and what spectators can expect.

“Polo combines horse riding, team play, and hand-eye coordination all in one,” said Daly, highlighting the sport’s multifaceted appeal.

The general manager, who also plays for Team Equus, said polo is accessible to people of all backgrounds, debunking the myth that it’s exclusively for the wealthy.

“We have all levels of people playing, and it’s a lot cheaper than many places,” Daly explained, citing the affordable ticket prices starting at $23.

Daly, who comes from a family deeply entrenched in polo, expressed his excitement for the upcoming season. “My grandfather started the club back in 1963, and we’ve been jamming out there since then.”

For those new to polo, Daily promised an unforgettable experience at Mokuleia Polo Fields.

“We’ve got the whole package out there,” he said. “High-level play, food vendors, and live music by (Native Hawaiian singer) Kala’e Parrish, who’s becoming a country star nationally.”

The season opener on Sunday promises something unique—a halftime square dance teaching session on the field itself. “It’s going to be really cool,” Daly said. “We’re aiming to get a few hundred people dancing.”

Visiting teams from around the globe add an international flair to the matches. “The first team is coming from Chile, and we’re also trying to get a Mexican team in for Cinco de Mayo,” Daily revealed. “In August, we’ll have an Indian team joining us.”

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