A collection of one of a kind polo art from American polo pioneer, Sue Sally Hale (1937-2003). Sue Sally is credited with breaking the gender barrier in American polo, when, after 20 years of trying, she gained membership in the sports national governing body. A native Californian, Sue Sally was born with a talent for art. As a very young girl, she immortalized polo games, horses, and players she watched at the Riviera Polo Club in Pacific Palisades, CA. She went on to earn a BA in Illustration & Cartooning from San Fernando State College and followed that by attending the famed Chouinard Art Institute of Los Angeles. Working with oil, pastels, pen, pencil, watercolor, and combinations of those, on a variety of media including canvas, paper, poster board, and interesting pieces of wood. Her subjects ranged from; animals in the wild to her personal animals, her friend's animals, scenes from her life as she lived it, and of course, horses performing in their sports.