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Give A Leg Up
We at AHDF, as well as many others around our community, need your help today. There are people and horses in distress from accidents that are in need of help all over. Each person that gives to the current projects we are running will be making a difference. You also can start your own campaign to help us out. You have complete control of how you run your campaign to help those who need a leg up.
Please join us in offering a Leg Up to Greg Taylor, the force behind Kritchke Training, as he recovers from injuries sustained during set-up prior to the Scottsdale Show this February. Help to assist Greg as he recovers from a spinal fracture that he suffered in a fall from a ladder, and Be A Horseman Who Helps.
Katie Steiner, an Arabian showman, and daughter of Halter Trainer Tony Steiner and his wife Cindy suffered a serious pelvic fracture in a horse related accident on 1/8/19 and is currently hospitalized and awaiting surgery
The horse community is in need of help in California with the out-of-control wildfires that are flaming through the state. Give as little or as much as you can to help the horse owners and their horses.
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.
We have received word that examiner and former certification chairman, Pat Gallahan, has suffered a heart attack and is hospitalized. Pat has touched many lives throughout the farrier community, both here and abroad, and our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. Wishing you a full and rapid recovery, Pat.