March 19, 2014 @ 10:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Pacific Beach Hotel
Linda Collard, Executive Director

DailyMichael Daily, Pres. Hawaii Polo Club
Polo Playing in Hawai'i began way back in 1886 and in 1950, became even more popular. Indoor games were held at the old Honolulu
Stadium and the horses were kept at the Kapiolani Park Stables. Outdoor Polo was reintroduced during this period after the
establishment of the Waikiki Polo Club. Organized Outdoor Polo Tournaments were played at Kapiolani Park until 1963 when the City of Honolulu tore down the stables. The Daily Family bought leased land from the Dillingham family and moved to the newly named Hawaii Polo
Club to Mokuleia on the North Shore and was named the Mokuleia Polo Farm. The outdoor polo season begins in May and
ends in September. How did the Club perform this season and who are the stars? Mike will fill us in on all the happenings out at
the Makuleia Polo Field, the players and he will also talk about the passing of Thomas Campos, one of the best horsemen on
O'ahu and the legacy he left behind in the World of Polo. Mike will entertain questions Daily Dynasty: A master's degree in international business and
Latin American studies was not crucial for the two things for which Mike Dailey is best known: polo and hotels. Active in polo all his life, Dailey is president of Hawaii Polo Inn and its management company, Honolulu Hotel Operating Corp.; his wife Rebecca is vice president and his mother Elizabeth
"Murph" Dailey is a director. Right out of graduate school, Mike Dailey went to Santiago, Chile, where he worked for a company exporting fresh fruit,
onions and wine and importing steel pipe for oil and water lines. The college education supported a two-year career.