TITUSVILLE, N.J.--The Babington Benefit Horse Show, being held Sunday, Oct. 11 at Duncraven Farm in Titusville, needs more items for its raffle and also has division sponsorships still availible to 200 per division.
This Benefit Horse Show, organized by a goup of volunteers, hopes exhibiors and sponsors will get behind the show and rally the horse community to help Kevin Babington and his family as they fight to pay for the huge costs associated with Kevin's catastrophic injuries, as 100 percent of the proceeds from this show will go to charitable trusts set up for Kevin and his family.
Since being virtually completely paralyzed in a fall at the Hampton Classic, Kevin has made great strides towards improvement with much pain and hard work, which includes some feeling in arms and legs and the ability to move two toes..
KEVIN has been accepted at the Mayo Clinic as he has been deemed eligible for stem cell research. which will increase the costs of rehab even more.
The Benefit show at Duncraven includes equitation, hunter and pleasure divisions and jumper divisions and is recognized by the Marshall & Sterling League and the New Jersey Horse Shows Association.