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Mathieson Fund Set Up

Well-known and respected Connecticut horseman Todd Mathieson has been hospitalized in Florida for much of the winter with complications from ongoing kidney disease. This condition has resulted in the recent amputation of both his legs.

Todd and his wife Diane have operated The Stable in Stonington, Conn., for the past several years, turning out champion Saddlebreds in every division. In addition to putting numerous amateur and junior exhibitors into the ring, the Mathiesons have also bred and raised top young horses, being consistent supporters of the UPHA Classics in the area.

Currently, Diane is traveling from Florida to Connecticut constantly, as her young daughter is still in school there. This situation is taking an incredible toll on the Mathieson family, and a fund has been established to accept donations to help them with some of their expenses. Checks payable to “The Todd Mathieson Fund” can be sent to:

The Savings Institute Bank and Trust P.O. Box 246 Stonington, CT 06378

Cards and letters from friends are sustaining Todd's spirits at this time. Correspondence may be sent to Todd at 5208 South Thrasher Avenue, Homosassa, FL 34446.

Additionally, a Bar-B-Que Fund Raiser will be held at the Twin State American Saddlebred Horse Show to benefit The Todd Mathieson Fund. Please plan to attend and if you can’t attend but would like to make a contribution to the fund raiser contact John Lampropoulos (603)394-7699, Tim Lydon (508)533-7729, or Bob Funkhouser (508)528-1124.

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