On Saturday, May 14 Lucchese joined the T Bar W Charity Bash in Quitman, Texas, just outside Mineola, Kacey Musgrave’s hometown, for an action-packed day of fun, food and music. The event showcased the amazing T Bar W Ranch, which just hit the market, and ticket sales benefited two worthy causes: The Texas Sentinels and Texas War Memorial foundations.
Festivities kicked off with a world-class polo match between Lucchese, led by patron John Muse, and Icon.Global, a Texas-based real estate sales, management and marketing group. After a rousing, adrenaline-fueled match of the highest level of polo ever witnessed in East Texas, Lucchese bested Icon.Global, 7-5.
Other activities included a game of polo-crosse (think horses plus lacrosse), authentic Texas BBQ courtesy of Chuckwagon Cuisine, and shopping at the exclusive trunk show featuring Lucchese with a wide range of new and iconic styles alongside artist Karen Musgraves, Kacey’s mom, who displayed her beautiful, Western-inspired paintings.
Attracting a crowd of approximately 500 guests who cheered, danced and dined, the event exceeded expectations and provided much-deserved contributions to The Texas Sentinel and Texas War Memorial foundations.
Check out the event highlights below:
After parking, guests traveled to the event site via tractor hay-ride!
Lucchese Polo in action.
The ball is in play!
Winners took home T Bar W Ranch Yeti Coolers and silver mugs.
Owner and player John Muse’s Lucchese Polo riding boots - the union of equestrian and Western style.
The Lucchese Polo team and a fetching mascot.
Guests enjoy the event while showing off their own Lucchese boots!
Spotted behind the scenes: Lucchese polo boots, Lucchese vintage boots and our new ostrich clutch!
John Muse enjoys spending time with his essential teammates, the majestic Lucchese Polo Ponies.
The perfect pair: vintage Lucchese boots and our modern ostrich clutch.
Our polo ponies travel in style.
You can’t drive through Mineola without picking up some famous Fried Pies from East Texas Burger Company!
Essential Texas food group: chicken fried steak at the East Texas Burger Company in downtown Mineola.