Raymond Noh 2, Herman Louis DeCoite 3, Jesse Neuworth 3, Julian Alvarez 2
Dr. Bryant LaPorte 2, Chris Dawson 2, Mike Dailey 3, Devon Dailey 3
We are located right on the beach of Oahu's beautiful North Shore. In addition to the exciting polo games played here, Mokuleia is also home to Oahu's premier oceanfront trail rides, and the facility is available for special events.
Every polo Sunday you can watch the best players and ponies in the state and from around the world play the 'sport of kings.' Gates open at noon on Sundays and games start around 2 pm. Arrive early for a dip in the ocean, have a nap on the beach, set up a fun tailgate picnic, or just sit back and watch. It all starts with the pony parade and then moves on to two polo games with exciting half-time activities including skydive stunts and exhibitions guaranteed to thrill the crowd.
Sun, surf, and fast horses all add up to make the perfect day in the country, but the fun doesn't stop at the end of the match; the bar remains open and the band plays until dark. Players mingle with the crowd and a fine time is had by all until the sun dips behind the mountains.
For the ultimate day in the country, come and spend your Sunday with us!
Address: 68-539 Farrington Hwy
Waialua HI, 96791
Originally from Philadelphia, Monty joined the Navy out of school for a 21 year Navy career. And “See the World” he did, either stationed or visiting San Diego, San Francisco, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines and many other ports. He met Bev while taking up “folk dancing” at his first station, San Diego. They were wed a year later, moved to the Bay Area and then to Hawaii, where they were based from then on, and raised their son Kirby and daughter Ellen.
It was in 1971 that Monty and Bev first got involved with the Hawaii Polo Club. Bev kept time and score and Monty was the official “field steward.” For the next 40+ years, Monty and Bev were an integral part of “Sunday Polo at Mokuleia.”
With Monty’s passing recently, the position of “field steward” at the Hawaii Polo Club has been retired. No one can ever replace Monty Neese in this role he enjoyed so much and performed so well. Please join the Hawaii Polo Club this Sunday, June 2nd in honoring and remembering Monty Neese. Beverly Neese and their daughter Ellen and son Kirby will be there as our honored guests.
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