Kyle Fargey

Okotoks, AB

Kyle Fargey is a 3-goal professional polo player and instructor based out of Calgary, Alberta. Kyle Fargey is a long-standing member of the USPA, Polo Canada, the Calgary Polo Club and the Eldorado Polo Club in Indio, California.

Kyle has played professionally for over 20 years, having grown up in a polo playing family with his father, Ross Fargey, and sister, Dayelle Fargey. Kyle has experienced the sport of polo at all different levels, from backyards in rural Manitoba, Canada, to the international fields of FIP in Mexico. Kyle played for Team Canada at the Federation of International Polo World Championship in 2008 in Mexico City, and has also played in England, China, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Africa and across the western United States and Canada.

Kyle has been the Polo Instructor at the Calgary Polo Club for 10 years. He has attended “Train the Trainers” Seminars, Instructors Forums and Umpiring Clinics in Brushy Creek, Calgary, Houston and California. Over the past 15 years as a Polo Instructor, Kyle has introduced hundreds of new students to the sport of polo. In addition to teaching, Kyle assists players in finding and purchasing suitable mounts for their skill level. In tournament play, these players have exhibited a strong understanding of horsemanship, rules of play and basic polo skills and game strategy.