Muse News

By Tim Buckley   |   August 23, 2018
Seated is Brie Martin, Jason Middleton, CEO Silver Air Title sponsor; SBPRC and host president John Muse, Tracy Simerly of Engel & Volkers, and David Sigmund, SBPRC general manager with Jeff and Michelle Hall, Lucchese polo team; Charles Ward, SBPRC sponsorship director; Lisa and Morten Wengler (photo by Priscilla)

Santa Barbara Polo Club president John Muse opened the doors of his magnificent Carpinteria beach house to host a fund-raising dinner bash for 60 guests.

The contemporary home, with 120 feet of Pacific frontage, took two years to build and is worthy of a spread in Architectural Digest.

The fun fete raised more than $50,000 for the club’s Polo Training Center, a charitable organization that supports youth polo and was organized by center president Rhys Williams.

Among the tony torrent of equestrian enthusiasts were Leigh Brecheen, Dan and Linda Walker, Jeff and Michelle Hall, Andrew and Amza Bossom, Jesse Bray, Charles Ward, Mike and Claudia Uretz, Jeff and Naima Scheraga, David Sigman, Griffin Dellaverson, Jeep and Sharon Holden, Chuck and Margarita Lande, Henry Walker, Paige Beard, Pat and Ursula Nesbitt, and Morten and Lisa Wengler.

Jenna Contreras, Elizabeth Humphreys, Klentner Ranch; Kimberly Garsed, Laura Ball, John Muse, SBP&RC president; Leesan Kwok, Jeff Scheraga, Polo Academy director; K.C., Melanja Jones, polo manager; Naima Scheraga, Shannon McCraw (photo by Priscilla)
Polo players and supporters Amza and Andrew Bossom, Leigh Brecheen, Rhys Willliams, president of Polo Training Center, and Griffin Delluseo (photo by Priscilla)

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