Years Invested by Vaughn Miller into Polo

Playing sports is good for the body and soul. Vaughn Miller has a favorite sport. While some people are lucky if they ever see a horse, Vaughn Miller gets to ride them regularly as a polo player. Not only does Vaughn Miller play polo, but he is also a polo instructor.

For twenty years, Vaughn Miller has been a member of the United States Polo Association. As an outdoor activity, Vaughn Miller believes that it is a very prestigious sport that differs from the rough and tumble of other sports. However, Vaughn Miller is not afraid to get his hands dirty and participated in the Boy Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout.

Vaughn Miller is very active in polo and as an instructor he needs enthusiasm to coach well. For five years, Vaughn Miller has led the Preston Polo Club in Oak Point as the organization’s president. Vaughn Miller spent one year as the Head Coach of TCU Women’s Intercollegiate Polo Team and is currently Head Coach of the Prestonwood Polo Interscholastic Team, which has been the Central Region Champion for 2 years.

Vaughn Miller loves taking time out to play polo. When Vaughn Miller is not playing, he is either working as President and CEO of VCM Development Group or spending time with family. In the spirit of philanthropy, Vaughn Miller, together with Dena Miller, created the Prestonwood Polo Foundation to raise money for charity through polo. Vaughn Miller is the foundation’s president and hopes that the money raised through the foundation can help charities like Project Transformation, Wipe out Kids Cancer, Family Gateway, and more. Vaughn Miller has been very active in helping charities throughout north Texas. Vaughn Miller, together with his wife, organizes polo events to raise money for the local charities they support. Vaughn Miller is proud to use his love for polo to help others in need.

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