Meet the Red Eagle Ranch Polo Training Center Team
Mary Louise Muldoon, 1-goal, former USPA Certified Umpire
Mary has played polo in the United States, Argentina, Chile, England, Spain and Pakistan. She was the first woman to win a national USPA polo tournament while playing on Potomac Polo Club's home team - Gone Away Farm. In 2007 Mary was captain of the North American team in the first Women's Snow Polo World Championship in Bariloche, Argentina. She has won numerous USPA tournaments at the 4, 6, 8, and 12 goal level. In 2012 she led the Ona Polo Team to the finals in the IX José O'Neill Ladies Cup, in Figueres, Spain. She competed again in Spain in 2014. She is a member of the Equine Welfare Committee of the United States Polo Association. A consummate horsewoman, Mary competed in hunter/jumper "A" circuits, foxhunts and has started young horses for polo, show jumping, flat racing, and steeplechasing
Dante Tedaldi,1-goal, former USPA Certified Umpire
Dante has competed in numerous tournaments with the Red Eagle Ranch Polo Team and has won several USPA events at the 4 and 6 goal level when teamed with his wife Mary Muldoon. He and Mary Louise regularly compete in Virginia, Maryland and South Carolina. In 2014 he and Mary competed in Figueras, Spain. He and Mary foxhunt in Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina each season. Dante is responsible for arena and polo field maintenance at the Ranch and takes great care to ensure that the playing surfaces are always exceptionally well-groomed and prepared. Dante is also webmaster for Red Eagle Ranch. If you have suggestions for the site, be sure to let him know.
Kyla Hackman, A-rated
Kyla has been with the Red Eagle organization for over 10 years and serves as Mary's assistant as well as a member of the traveling Red Eagle Polo Team. Her playing experience began at Yale University where she advanced to Captain of the Yale Women's Polo Team. Today she is an essential component of the Red Eagle program. She is is an animal lover with a special affection for cats as well as horses.
Charles Muldoon, 4-goals, Guest Instructor
Charlie has been a top polo pro in the United States for many years and is currently Executive Director, USPA Umpires, LLC. In 2011 was elected Governor at Large of the United States Polo Association. Formerly, 6 goals, he has competed at the highest level of polo nationally and internationally: at the World Cup, the U.S. Open, the Geneva Open (Switzerland), the FIP World Championship (Chile) and the Camera de Deputados. He also has won the 1999 20-goal Texas Open, and the 2001 26-goal USPA Gold Cup. With his brother Joe he is a multiple winner of the Monty Waterbury 20-goal. In 2009 he represented the USA versus the England in the Bryan Morrison Memorial Cup, a 20-goal arena match. In 2011 as coach of Team USA he led the United States team to the semifinals of the Federation of International Polo 9th 14-goal World Championship in San Luis, Argentina.
Joe Muldoon III, 3-goals, Guest Instructor
Joe is the founder of the Potomac Polo School, the predecessor to the Red Eagle Polo Training Center. He is currently the EasterCircuit Governor for the United States Polo Association. was formerly one of the top amateur players in the United States of America and possessed a 5-goal handicap for many years. He has competed in and won many prestigious tournaments in the USA and abroad, including the Monty Waterbury, Chairman's Cup, East Coast Open, and Sunshine League among many others. Joe along with his father were the originators of the Family House Polo Match that has been held annually for over 30 years in Pittsburgh, PA to benefit the Family House organization that provides a special “home away from home” for patients and/or their families who are in Pittsburgh seeking medical treatment.