talking all things polo
Aired April 12, 2019
Excerpted from Summerhill Polo:
Both on and off the field, few people have been as influential to the game of polo in the US as Charlie Muldoon. As the youngest member of the Muldoons, one of polo’s most iconic families and the first family to win a national tournament together in the U.S., Charlie began his pro career at age 18.
He quickly rose to prominence and even captained the U.S Polo team in numerous occasions as a high goal polo player. Charlie has competed at the highest levels with standout performances at the U.S. Polo Open, the FIP World Polo Championship, the Geneva Open, and the East Coast Open. As head coach of the U.S Polo team, Charlie led the team to the semifinals of the 2011 FIP World Polo Championship in San Luis, Argentina.
He is currently the Executive Director of the U.S Polo Association’s Umpires, LLC. where he presides over the official rules in tournaments worldwide, and he also serves as Governor at Large of the U.S. Polo Association.