Full of spunk with gentle eyes that twinkle with mystery, this newest addition to the herd has a personality as fierce as his name. Adopted from the grassy slopes of Hawaii Island where he lived for two years without being able to be mounted by a rider. Fast forward a year later and this action packed pony now plays polo and during the off season lives up to his paniolo history herding cattle on the ranch.



The start of it all, this pretty pony was the first gifted. Originally from Texas with a famous cutting heritage of Docs Bar, Doc o Lena and Freckles this American Quarter horse ditched the rodeo and began his polo career in 2014. The name Kahi comes from the Hawaiian word Kahi, the action of scraping the poi bowl in a horseshoe like direction with two fingers, boasting the quality of his tight turns. Kahi is the old man of the group, the most wise and the perfect pony to start off learning polo with.



As the largest, yet the very youngest member of the crew, this off the track thoroughbred has the most sensitive soul. Diego is the pretty boy, the quiet one and sometimes the goofiest. Diego falls back at times to his English style roots and loves to jump. He has the softest and sweetest personality that is all too easy to fall in love with.



Strong, sturdy and up for any task, this appendix mare does it all. Foxy carries it all, from the western to the polo saddle this Maui native is used to switching her discipline in the blink of an eye. Foxy loves taking her riders for a long ride on the ranch, but loves it best when she is with her other four legged friends.