Cynthia Cubbage – Severely Injured in a Vehicle Accident

Cynthia Cubbage, owner/trainer of Cubbage Sporthorses of Aiken SC/Augusta, GA was severely injured in a vehicle accident October 4, 2018. She had recently returned from another successful Arabian Sporthorse Nationals in Idaho. Her car was cutoff on a local interstate and crashed into a bridge abutment. Thanks to several good Samaritans, she was pulled from the wreckage as the car began to smolder. She has had numerous surgeries to pin broken bones in her right hand, reposition bone fragments in the right heel and repair damages to her left knee and ankle. More surgeries are coming to rebuild her right heel which was totally crushed in the accident. The surgery on her right hand and left knee appear to have been successful. She is unable to put weight on either leg and must use a wheelchair for at least the foreseeable future.
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About the Campaign

Cynthia Cubbage, owner/trainer of Cubbage Sporthorses of Aiken SC/Augusta, GA was
severely injured in a vehicle accident October 4, 2018. She had recently returned from
another successful Arabian Sporthorse Nationals in Idaho. Her car was cutoff on a local
interstate and crashed into a bridge abutment. Thanks to several good Samaritans, she
was pulled from the wreckage as the car began to smolder. She has had numerous
surgeries to pin broken bones in her right hand, reposition bone fragments in the right
heel and repair damages to her left knee and ankle. More surgeries are coming to rebuild
her right heel which was totally crushed in the accident. The surgery on her right hand
and left knee appear to have been successful. She is unable to put weight on either leg
and must use a wheelchair for at least the foreseeable future.

Currently she is at home with the help of her mother. Cynthia is the sole provider for her
household. She is expected to be unable to work for many months and is in need of
financial assistance to care for her 11 year old daughter and pay her day to day expenses.
She is a member of the Georgia Arabian Horse Association and a big supporter of
Arabian Sporthorse Shows across the region. The Arabian horse community and
especially Region 12 AHA is asking for your help in assisting Cynthia with her road to
recovery.

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2 comments

  • Betsi Faulkner

    Praying for a full recovery. Cynthia taught my daughter at a clinic at Stonehurst. She had a wonderful connection with Ruby, and she learned so much in that hour. I hope Cynthia is able to get back to what she loves quickly.❤️❤️❤️

    October 17, 2018 at 12:50 am Reply

  • Jennette Aubert

    Cynthia is a big promoter of the Arabian sport horse and has brought countless children into the breed with her successful lesson and training programs. She consistently produces some of the top equitation riders in the country. Her students are avid in the rated show scene, and are a big reason many of the Arabian shows in the Southeast continue going strong. If you want to help someone who is really making a difference to the breed, please consider a donation.

    October 17, 2018 at 12:00 pm Reply