ApHC Community Comes Together to Help Youth Who Sustained Traumatic Brain Injury

During the afternoon of April 8th, ApHC exhibitor, Karen Breslin, underwent a terrifying ordeal when she received a phone call informing her that Keeley, her thirteen-year-old daughter, had fallen off the back of a golf cart and sustained extreme damage to her skull and brain. Since the initial barrage of tests and after spending two months in ICU, Keeley is making a slow but steady recovery with noted improvement in her physical rehabilitation and some cognitive abilities.

The road to recovery will be a long one, but the Breslin family is getting some much needed support from fellow ApHC exhibitors, who have organized a special benefit class at the upcoming Texas Appaloosa Horse Club Summer Fun Circuit in Waco, Texas. Since the announcement of the Karing For Keeley Hunter In Hand Classic, the prize donations and financial contributions have been pouring in, including breedings to some of the top Appaloosa stallions in the nation and months of instruction from the best horse trainers in the industry.

Read the full article at in the lifestyle section. You’ll find information about more ways individuals and groups can get involved to offer support and assistance. All of us in the Appaloosa community send our best wishes and prayers to Keeley and the Breslin family.

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